The Sun transited into a new constellation on March 5th and stays until March 17th ; this set of starts isknown by Western astronomers as Pegasus (sidereal Aquarius 20-Pisces 3.20) and the in the Vedic lore is called Purvabhadrapada. The symbols for this unique nakshatra are a sword, the first two legs of a funeral cot, and a two-faced man. The sword represents the ability to cut through negativity to get to the truth. The two-faced man indicates the ability to see both sides of an issue but also may be symbolic in Western psychology of our dark side or shadow. This nakshatra is ruled by the benefic Jupiter, which reflects the high idealism of this star but for a star ruled by Jupiter, it has an unusual dark quality to it. On the positive side, this constellation teaches us to lead a life of personal sacrifice with no expectation of glory. On the dark side, it can bring out sexual obsessions and greedy power struggles. With Jupiter in it’s own nakshatra now, let’s hope that the brighter side comes out.

The highest aspect of this constellation is learning to purify our dark side and surrender our ego and find our highest calling for more service and philanthropic action. We can feel anxious about the world and the welfare of others and need to use the energy of this constellation in service to help those in need.

The deity of this constellation obscure and is called Aja-Ekapada or the one-footed goat that is part of the entourage of Shiva and in Tarot it is connected to the devil card. It is troubling that secret societies like the Illuminati consider the goat god their main deity and this constellation is connected with black magic. On a symbolic level, this is a constellation where the fires of Shiva can destroy those aspects of a decaying society. Given the power struggles going on between the Deep State, the Davos group, the CIA  and the world , we wonder what fireworks develop as the Sun and Jupiter transit through here.

If Jupiter is poorly places in the chart in Taurus, Libra or Capricorn, the darker side of this constellation can come out which include  paranoia, pessimism, debauchery, violence, cruelty and erratic sexual behavior. It is by far the most intense constellation in the zodiac. If you were born with the Sun here between March 4-17th or have the ascendant or moon here, the major lessons are learning humility and not getting caught in the ego. If you are born under this star, it is important to get devoted to the light right away. Still, people in this constellation are sincere, hard-working and will do anything to achieve their goals. Of course, if Jupiter, the lord of this star, is well placed and strong in your natal chart like in Pisces or Sagittarius or Cancer or in strong houses like the 1st, 5th or 9th, the higher qualities of the star will emerge. Still, people born with this star will have extremes in sexual behavior that may be viewed by society as abnormal or out of the box.

The Sun here can reveal deep spiritual truth if you undertake the journey. The transit is strong because the Sun is transiting a very strong Jupiter in its own nakshatra this year so it will bring out the deeper quest. The first three days of this transit March 4-7th, the Sun is exalted here so people will be able to find their spiritual connection and remain true to themselves, their ideals, and find the confidence to move forward. The Sun moves into Pisces on March 14th  I always enjoy this transit as I like the Sun/Jupiter connection and a break from the Sun/Rahu connection in Shatabisha (Aquarius 6.40-20.00)



Jupiter has a relatively quick  stay here until late April. If you were born with Jupiter in this constellation you are a natural counselor and coach and good mentor but you have to know  how to follow your own advice and may get to caught up  in the material world or the vices of this relatively dark nakshatra.  One has to be involved in spiritual practice and service and helping others in order to get through the challenges of this constellation.  The first pada (Aquarius 20-23.20) is ruled by Aries that can bring out aggression so one has to control anger and be devoted to the gods and courageous .  The Sun exalts in Pada 1 and Jupiter will stay here until March 16th.

Pada 2 is Taurus Navamsha ruled by Venus while the earthy and more sexual energies of this nakshatra will come out.  The moon exalts in this pada and it is a Pushka pada where more creativity and success flow.  (March 16-March 29th)

Pada 3 is Gemini Navamsha where Jupiter will enhance communication and be clever and smart and good with planning but one has to be careful with finance here.  Gemini can be a very sexual sign and the darker side of the constellation can manifest here.  (March 29-April 13)

Pada 4 is Cancer Navamsha where Jupiter is exalted and it can create charasmic energy and deeper spirituality and love of wisdom. (April 13-29th)

Special thanks to my teachers Komilla Sutton and Prash Trivedi for their insights on this constellation.

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