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DISPOSITORS OF RASI & NAVAMSA

TECHNIQUES OF CONJUNCTION OF PLANETS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS

DISPOSITORS OF RASI & NAVAMSA


- In Vedic astrology the Planetary dispositor is also known as the Poshaka, meaning the "Nourisher", because it tends to aid the occupant of its sign or house.
Dispositor is the planet who is the lord of the sign. For instance, if Mars is in Cancer, Cancer is owned by the Moon and hence Moon becomes the dispositor of Mars.

- The dispositor governs the planet that happens to occupy its sign. - The dispositors give results of the planets which occupy their signs or navamsas. Hence dispositors are of two types: a) rasi dispositors b) navamsa dispositors. Results of conjunction of dispositors in transit: Example: Native born of Cancer ascendant with Venus (27degrees and 30 minutes) in 10th house (Aries). - Venus is a benefic in the sign Mesha, on a pushkar navamsa falling in Sagittarius. - The sign dispositor of Venus is Aries. - The navamsa dispositor of Venus is Jupiter. - Note: whenever Mars and Jupiter become conjunct in transit, they produce favourable results concening the houses of Venus who is the lord of 4th (Sukh) and 11th (labha) houses from Cancer Ascendant. - The sign conjunction between Jupiter and Mars takes place once in 24 months. - This conjunction varies from 1 months to 6 months. - Good results: Conjunction of Jupiter and Mars in the following signs Aries, Cancer, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn and Pisces. In Cancer and Capricorn one of them is debilitated and one is exalted, but they also form a neecha bhanga raj yoga.

Notes prepared by Anthony writer for students of Jyotisha Bharati, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai, India

DISPOSITORS OF RASI & NAVAMSA


TECHNIQUES OF CONJUNCTION OF PLANETS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS

- Hence the two planets, the sign dispositro and navamsa dispositor, during their conjunction in transit, can produce either good or bad results pertaining to the sign(s)/house(s) of the disposited planet.

A CASE STUDY OF C. S. PATEL CONCERNING DISPOSITORS


Birth date: December 31, 1915 Time: 19:44:00 (7:44pm) Rancharda, India Time Zone: 5:30:00 (East of GMT) Place: 72 E 39' 00", 23 N 02' 00"

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Notes prepared by Anthony writer for students of Jyotisha Bharati, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai, India

DISPOSITORS OF RASI & NAVAMSA


TECHNIQUES OF CONJUNCTION OF PLANETS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS

This case study is of C.S. Patel, who constructed a bungalow in 1970 and rented it out. The tenant occupied it for 19 years and vacated it on 101th October 1989. He states that he got possession of his bungalow due to the following transit conjunction of planets. 1. Mars, the kraka of property is in the 2nd house (Simha), and the sign dispositor of Mars is the Sun. 2. In the navamsa, Mars is in Gemini, amd the navamsa dispositor is Mercury. Transits from l6th September 1989 to 17th October 1989 - The Sun, Mars and Mercury were transiting the sign of Virgo, coinciding the navamsa ascendant, and a pushkar navamsa. - On 17th October 1989, the Moon was in Capricorn, which is trine to Virgo, in which the conjunction the 3 planets took place. Mercury was powerful as it was occupying its own sign. - It was on this day (17th (October 1989) that the tenant handed over the possession of the said bungalow to the owner. He concludes that the conjunction of the following planets in transits will give the following results : - Saturn (rasi dispositor) and Mars (navamsa dispositor) of Venus will give good results concernin the 4th and 11th house. - Saturn (rasi dispositor) and Mercury (navamsa dispositor) of Jupiter will give favourable results of 6th and 9th houses. - Mercury (rasi dispositor) and Mars (navamsa dispositor) of Saturn will confer unfavourable results of the 7th & 8th houses. - The ascendant rasi and navamsa dispositors, the Moon and Mercury in transit conjunction will always give some good results every month. Source & reference: Navamsa in Astrology

Notes prepared by Anthony writer for students of Jyotisha Bharati, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai, India