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Chitra -The Star Of Opportunity

CHITRA   " The Star Of Opportunity "  23 20’ Virgo - 06 40’Libra   Symbol :  "Bright Jewel" or "Pearl " ·   Deity:   Tvastar or Vishvakarma  The Celestial Architect, Divine Engineer and Cosmic Craftsman of the Universe. The Designer of the Weapons, Celestial Chariots and Spacecrafts of the Warriors in Mythology, Master of Maya and Magic. He is Creative Sculptor and Designers of the Ornaments and Protective Armour of the Gods and Goddesses). ·     Meaning:    The Brilliant One, “Work of Art” or “Pretty Pictures”, Brilliant/Distinguished ·   Ruler:  The Star is governed by MARS.  ·       Yoga Tara Degree:  30 degree ·   Short    Mythology : Tvastar / Vishwakarma is the C elestial Architect who designed and created the entire universe. He is invoked for desiring offsprings. Tvastar created Maya, the illusion which sustains this world. He also created divine weapons for the devas, such as Vajra for Ind

Shravana - The Star of Learning

Sharavna   "The Star of Learning " 10.00 -23.20 Capricorn  ·   Symbol : “The Ear” or “Three Footprints /Footsteps” or “The Arrow” "Headphone" "Ear" ·    Deity  : Vishnu (Preserver of Universe) Vamana Avatara of Vishnu also called Trivikrama (3 footsteps),  Saraswathi (Goddess of Learning) ·    Meaning : Shravana translates as "hearing" and the symbol of this star is the ear.  This is a nakshatra of listening and learning. The one who limps  (Vishnu’s three steps) ·    Stars: Shravana, the apex of lunar energy , is represented in the celestial firmament by three bright stars in the constellation known as Aquila (the Eagle) . In modern astronomy, these stars are known as Alpha-Aquilae (Altair), Beta-Aquilae (Alshain) & Gamma-Aquilae (Tarazed). These three stars can be seen huddled together on top of the constellation of Capricon                                 ·   Ruler:  The Star i

Shatabhisha --The Hundred Stars

Shatabhisha “The Hundred Stars”, “The Veiling Star”, “Fortunate Star of the King"   ( 6-40′ to 20-00′ Aquarius) ·   Symbol : " An Empty Circle”, “A 100 Flowers or Stars", "Hundred Medicines" "EMPTY RING" "EMPTY RING" ·   Deity  : Varuna :God of the Rains/ Cosmic & Terrestrial Waters, Sky and Earth). Also the Mystical Healer and the Lord of “Maya” or Illusions.  Varuna is also referred to as the “ Dark Sun” or “Midnight Sun” or “God of the Night Sky ”   Rig Veda declares Varuna as the Chief of the Asuras and the Netherland along with his Brothers the Nagas " RAIN " ·    Meaning : The symbol of Shatabhisha is an " empty circle ", which indicates the ability to explore mysteries and philosophies of the unknown. Shatabhisha is a secretive star with a focus on the hidden powers of life. This may lead to a reclusive life and those born under this star must be cautious

Bharani - The Star Of Restraint

Bharani    " The Star Of  Restraint "   13.00 - 26.40 Aries   Symbol : "The Vulva or Celestial Yon i  " (the Female Organ of Reproduction) ,    “ Clay Pot” or " Womb" that Contains Shakti the Divine Feminine Creative Power. "Animal Elephant" "Women bearing Child" Deity :   Yama ( the lord of death )also (the King of Dharma (Justice) ) He is the God who upholds the Code of Social Morality and Rules the South Direction. He is also associated with the is Yama's duty to assign the life paths for the souls who have left their earthly bodies, it becomes clear that he has to be well versed in the laws of karma and dharma.   Meaning:  The Woman who Bears   Stars : Bharani has the power of Venusian energ y , is represented in the celestial firmament by a group of three faint stars forming a triangle in the constellation of Aries. The ancient Vedic seers saw these stars as forming t