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ALTAIR "Al Nasr al Tair" SRAVANA (CRAVANA) THE 22ND NAKSHATRA in the constellation AQUILA THE FLYING EAGLE

ALTAIR "Al Nasr al Tair" SRAVANA (CRAVANA) THE 22ND NAKSHATRA in the constellation AQUILA THE FLYING EAGLE

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ROBSON SAYS :”Influences of the 21st Hindu Moon Mansion Çravana: Ruled
by the Moon. A mutable asterism belonging to the lowest caste and
favorable for commencing work of an impermanent or moving character.
Those born on the lunar day will be cunning, active, bold, truthful, virtuous,religious and skilful. With Moon here at birth native will be rich, learned, famous, and have a good wife. Rules parade grounds and private parts.”
ROBSON SAYS :”Influences of the 21st Hindu Moon Mansion Çravana: Ruled
by the Moon. A mutable asterism belonging to the lowest caste and
favorable for commencing work of an impermanent or moving character.
Those born on the lunar day will be cunning, active, bold, truthful, virtuous,religious and skilful. With Moon here at birth native will be rich, learned, famous, and have a good wife. Rules parade grounds and private parts.”

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SRAVANA (CRAVANA) THE 22ND NAKSHATRA in the constellation AQUILA THE FLYING EAGLE

ALTAIR "Al Nasr al Tair"

ALTAIR "Al Nasr al Tair"
SRAVANA (CRAVANA) THE 22ND NAKSHATRA in the constellation AQUILA THE EAGLE

The Arabic name for Altair is At-Ta'ir, "The flying" eagle.

SRAVANA (CRAVANA) THE 22ND NAKSHATRA in the constellation AQUILA THE FLYING EAGLE
Alpha (α Altair), with beta (β Alshain), and gamma (γ Tarazed) constituted the twenty-second nakshatra (Hindu Moon Mansion) Çravana, the Ear, and probably was at first so drawn, although also known as Çrona, Lame, or as Açvattha, the Sacred Fig Tree, Vishnu being regent of the asterism; these stars representing the Three Footsteps with which that god strode through the heavens, a Trident being the symbol.

ALTAIR "Al Nasr al Tair"

ROBSON SAYS :”Influences of the 21st Hindu Moon Mansion Çravana: Ruled by the Moon. A mutable asterism belonging to the lowest caste and favorable for commencing work of an impermanent or moving character. Those born on the lunar day will be cunning, active, bold, truthful, virtuous, religious and skilful. With Moon here at birth native will be rich, learned, famous, and have a good wife. Rules parade grounds and private parts.”

The astrological influences of the constellation Aquila
According to Ptolemy the influence of Aquila is similar to that of Mars and Jupiter. It is said to give great imagination, strong passions, indomitable will, a dominating character, influence over others, clairvoyance, a keen penetrating mind and ability for chemical research.

The astrological influences of the constellation Aquila given by Manilius "The Eagle, soars to the heights, the bird of mighty Jupiter carrying thunderbolts, it is a bird worthy of Jupiter and the sky, which it furnishes with awful armaments. This bird brings back the thunderbolts which Jupiter has flung and fights in the service of heaven. He that is born on earth in the hour of its rising, will grow up bent on spoil and plunder, won even with bloodshed; he will draw no line between peace and war, between citizen and foe, and when he is short of men to kill he will engage in butchery of beast. He is a law unto himself, and rushes violently wherever

SRAVANA (CRAVANA) THE 22ND NAKSHATRA in the constellation AQUILA THE FLYING EAGLE
his fancy takes him; in his eyes to show contempt for everything merits praise. Yet, should perchance his aggressiveness be enlisted in a righteous cause, depravity will turn into virtue, and he will succeed in bringing wars to a conclusion and enriching his country with glorious triumphs. And, since the Eagle does not wield, but supplies weapons, seeing that it brings back and restores to Jupiter the fires and bolts he has hurled, in time of war such a man will be the aide of a king or of some mighty general, and his strength will render them important service". [Astronomica, Manilius, 1st century AD, book 5, p.341.]

ALTAIR "Al Nasr al Tair"

The astrological influences of the star Altair
ALTAIR At-Ta'ir, "The flying" eagle

Location Name : alpha Aquila Apparent Magnitude : 0.77 Spectral Class : A7 Right Ascension : 19h 50m Latitude : +29.18' Declination (1900) : +08.36' Declination (2000) : +08.52' Longitudinal Position (in 1900) : 00 Aqu 22 Longitudinal Position (in 2000) : 01 Aqu 47 Its Planetary Nature : Mars - Jupiter Skyscript: The main star, Altair, is named from the Arabic Al Tair meaning 'The Eagle'. Lilly, adhering to Manilius, says that this 1st magnitude yellow star represents "a bold, confident, valiant person, never yielding, guilty of bloodshed, of distempered manner,. &c ". But he also adds that when the Moon is directed to it there is fortune in great measure and a time of marriage and childbirth.

SRAVANA (CRAVANA) THE 22ND NAKSHATRA in the constellation AQUILA THE FLYING EAGLE
Aquila is most easily found by locating Altair, the twelfth brightest star in the sky. The Sun crosses Altair around 21st January. Ptolemy gives Mars and Jupiter, Wilson, Saturn and Mercury; Simmonite, Uranus; and Alvidas, Uranus and Mercury in sextile to the Sun. It confers a bold, confident, valiant, unyielding, ambitious and liberal nature, great and sudden but ephemeral wealth, and a position of command, makes its natives guilty of bloodshed, and gives danger from reptiles. [Robson*, p.135.] Altair is credited with bestowing hardiness, courage and generosity, especially if on the Ascendant. If Mercury and Moon are positioned here, this will make people as bold as brass and foolhardy in order to assert themselves. Near the upper Meridian (MC) and in good aspect, Altair promises rise in life and honors. The native tries with sincere conviction to reach out for his aims with utmost will-power. He will avoid nothing in order to achieve them. Altair is good for advancement of lawyers and military men. [Fixed Stars and Their Interpretation, Elsbeth Ebertin, 1928, p.67.] With Sun: Public honor, notoriety, favors from superiors, many friends and some envious ones who cause trouble through writings, some ill-health and losses, danger of bites from venomous animals. [Robson*, p.135.] With Moon: Interest in a strange or ancient discovery, disappointment and loss over property and gain, some profit and preferment, friends become enemies, trouble through companies or public affairs, difficulties through or misfortune to children. [Robson*, p.135.] With Mercury: Many difficulties, misfortunes, and strange experiences. Disappointment on long journeys, bad for partnership, loss of a relative under strange circumstances. [Robson*, p.135.] With Venus: Unfavorable for love affairs. Strange and peculiar attractions, bad for children and gain, losses through friends. [Robson*, p.135.]

ALTAIR "Al Nasr al Tair"

SRAVANA (CRAVANA) THE 22ND NAKSHATRA in the constellation AQUILA THE FLYING EAGLE
With Mars: Sharp mind, trouble through friends, society and companies but eventual gain. [Robson*, p.135.] With Jupiter: Real or pretended religious zeal, hypocrisy, trouble through legal and church matters, and with relatives, disappointment over inheritance. [Robson*, p.135.] With Saturn: Sorrow and disappointment, mental disturbance necessitating asylum or hospital treatment and probably death there, separation from family or parents, danger of accident involving inability to work or lifelong affliction. [Robson*, p.136.] With Uranus: Cautions, spiritual, sensitive, sympathetic though sometimes abrupt, just, idealistic, interested in occultism but skeptical in religion reverence for early memories, disappointments throughout life, good mind, considerable gain, faithful literary friends of a Gemini type, some domestic affliction, natural death at a very advanced age. [Robson*, p.136.] With Neptune: Over-sensitive, distasteful environment, high ideals, mystic, drifts without personal effort, secret enemies and trouble through occultism, domestic disharmony, sudden and unexpected death. [Robson*, p.136.]

ALTAIR "Al Nasr al Tair"

Source: – [Fixed Stars and Constellations in Astrology, Vivian E. Robson, 1923]. – Fixed Stars and Their Interpretation, Elsbeth Ebertin, 1928 – Star Names, Richard Hinckley Allen, 1889 – Skyscript

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