Why Make The Gndde Because Of Which Planets

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Here are the meanings of the gvukar:

0. Takar- Goddess la Dennis, the Equine or the Shining Daughter. Fine appearance, love of finery, jewels, and display Great charm and elegance, loved by all. Intelligence and understanding. Impassive. Prosperity.

1. Dranye: Goddess Gekmo, the Dancer. Constant, faithful and trustworthy. Happy and prosperous life, erudition. Good health, resistance to disease.

2. Mmdruk: God Madrukpa (Skt, Karttikeya), "He who has six mothers," youngest son of Mahadeva. Among the Hindus Karttikeya is a warrior god who rules the degenerate age of the Kaiivuga, Voracious, even gluttonous, a sensualist, susceptible to lechery and adulterv. However, the native is famous and attractive and is introduced to royal or official circles.

3. Narma: Goddess Dalwe Lhadenma, the Peaceful Goddess, rules five star-gods in the form of a chariot. Connected with Kyegu Dakpo, the Lord of all Beings, or Brahma, Faithful and beautiful, a fine speaker with a gentle voice. Amiable and calm. Clear and solid mind, charitable and moral, even religious, Has very large eves.

4. Go: The Siag-Headed. Inferiority complex and shyness in youth. Later becomes optimistic, diligent but glib. Likes an easy life and baths. A sensualist, prosperous, and skillful.

i. Lak: Also known as Dragshul Chen, the Ferocious; Mag-pon Dra, the Hostile General; Goddess Nagmo, the Black, Incapable of sincerity, a cheat, proud, and selfish. Ungrateful, angry, cruel, and wicked.

.6, Nabso: Goddess Jinme Lhamo, Goddess of Gifts. Reasonable and full of. tact, content with little. Amiable character. As-rute. and intelligent but of weak physical constitution. Drinks tn,. much water. Simple and retiring life.

7. Gyal. Goddess Tsinjetna Joidenma, "She who Satisfies, She who HaiinoiU7.es." Good nature, erudition, pejseverance. Masters passions and fulfills duty. Man of law. Populai and well-known, virtuous, rich, and charitable. Passive and sometimes obstinate, ■

8. Kak: Goddess Dengchen Lkimo, Dn»m-TaiW Gndde« joyful and strong appearance and speaks septal language A cheat, ungrateful, selfish and a liar. Skill and learning" Will undergo various deceptions.

9. cbu: The Lord of the Eight Bonds, the p„et. I', then, ¡he Great Horse. Very enthusiastic, a sensualist and entrepreneur. Respects power and has a religious mind. Likes flowers and perfumes. Much ability. Rich, with numerous servants

10. Ore: Tau, Ta chung, the Listle Horse; Tsokye, Lake-Born, the Lotus. Soft and eloquent of speech, perspicuity, arid goodness. Likes travel, unstable. Official or prosperous, merchant. Danger from fire.

11. Wo: Trawo, Multicolor; Chimo, Grandmother: Nvime Lhadenmo, Lady of the Sun. Sensualist, joyful and happy. Trust-' worthy, intellectual, mental health. Lively chaucter, love and voluptuousness, popularity. Poor appetite,

12. Mezhi: Chama, Messenger; Rigje, Knowledge, When-the moon is benefic: learned, courageous, enthusiastic, and endowsd-with an entrepreneurial spirit. Wealth in the second h-ilf of life. With a malefic moon: pitiless, shameless, crud, and bibulous, Potential thief,

13. Nakpa: the Black; Ja nagpa, Black Bitd. Good nature, fair of face, and charming eyes. Likes luxury and ornaments. Careful, indecisive, mind rather heavy, sordid.

14. Sari: Goddess Lunggi Lharoo, Goddess of the Wind; Lunggi, Mighty Lord of the Wind; N.imthong Gong. High Celestial Vision, Charitable and generous, wise child, scholar, ftlul duty. Soft-spoken, in contioi of himself, Uir-minded. and modest, Honest trader or state official. Suffers hoi« thirst.

H. Saga: Goddess Wangpo Deimu. She who has l'W; Namtbong Og, Lower (..VleMi.il Vision, jealous, me.m. Wis-creer, qu.irrel.some. glib bui prudent. lively temperament. Ability and good sense, business Pc. sol,. Religious fear in spite of everything. . .

16 lham L.tkp.i. the 1 hind; D?««« Lha, the hicndb God. I'iomw.ous. honored by the pwi. nsk-iaker k'-'.d ul l+J

travel, high position m foreign country. Magnificent head of hair, red eyelashes. Attracted to the fair sex. Often dissatisfied and cannot tolerate hunger.

;./. Nrito; Dubu. Bracelet; Lba Wangden, Divine Might. Charitable and contented with himself, but easily loses his temper and flies into violent rag<?s. Hard words. Few friends, poverty. Juggles with words.

IS. Nub: Tsawa, Roof, Sokpa, Vitality. Pride, a firm mind, wealth. Likes luxury, comfort, and stability, hates insecurity. Good temperament but lively and sometimes coarse. Disciplined,

19. Cbiita: Higher Water, Measure of Water. Very tall, proud, perspicuous, ambitious. Faithful friend, loves his mother. Loving spouse. Traveler, likes women and powerful friends.

20. Chume: Phul, Natsok, Perfect, Accomplished. Well-built and muscular, long nose. Humble, discreet, and virtuous, grateful and loved by parents. Popular, has many friends, Style and good manners.

21. Drozhin: Trokje, God of the Wind or Sun; and jizhin, Ngag Nyen Pa, Pleasant-Voiced. Tsinjema, She Who Satisfies. The gyukar comprises two constellations. Famous and popular, learned, careful. Liked by the opposite sex. Appreciates perfumes. Contagious enthusiasm, perfect gentleman. Generous and rich,

■ 22. Miindre: Thobden, He who Attains; Drog To, Higher Friend. Intrepid, independent, valiant, and noble. High ideals, Liked by his elders. Fond of music. Rich and generous, , Mondru; Goddess Chii Lhamo, Goddess of the Water; .Drplvpie, Lower Friend, Sincere, faithful, legalistic. Can be deceived in business or love. Courageous, learned, sometimes cparse and intplacable. friend of kings.

' ■ 24. Trumtd; Goddess Ri Lhamo, Goddess of the Mountains; .Nema, Goddess of the Place,' Paiang Kang, Bull's Foot, Learned, good speaker but mean, jealous, pained, and sad. Loss of money due to women,

'. 25, "irumc: Triilching, Snake Net. Skilled and prolific speaker.

bus deceitful. Chamablc, tactful, md good at study. Manv J,,), dren. Spiritual and sensitive,

26. Namdru: Shepa Gyeje, He who makes Knowledge Cmw: Goddess So we Lhamo, She who Heals. Perfect body, courageous, even heroic. Scorns others' money. Subtle orator. Kieh has a weakness for women.

These are she traditional attributes of the lunar mansiork' They must, however, he interpreted in conjunction with the planets that occupy them and their benefic or malefic character

The Planets

Tibetan astrologers take account of the seven traditional plane;-: the Sun (Nyima), the Moon (Dawn), Mercury (Lhakpj), Mar> (Mikmar), Venus (Pasang), Jupiter (Pburba), and Saturn (Penpa\ to which they add the Nodes of the Moon (&d>,<! and Kitui as shadow planets. The planets are represented by the svmbols shown in the illustration on page 144, which can be found in all the astrological diagrams.

The legends of the Planets

In the PiirSlUN, ancient Indian texts, there are a number of legends concerning the ten planets, and these legends. are found m Tibet also.

The Sun, SOrya, is known as Zadak, Lord of the Planets, or N.imkhe Mik, Eve of the Sky, which is somewhat reminiscent of the Eye of Ra, the solar god of the Eigyptiam- As the provider of light and life, SQrva has a chariot drawn by seven horses. He is accompanied bv his eight wives and an entourage of servants. Although he is a'.vmM lite, Siitw is it* t*lwi of Varna, the Lord of Death. In astrology, Saturn identified with under the name Shmje Uakpo, I «'.J of Death, It i- aho known .is Nvikve, ISoi 11 ot the S«.. and Nyut.e Bu. Son ot the Sun

The plmet Venus ('I Srt) ii the teacher of the rfi«Mi. ««i«1' Ot.s gods. She is the wife oj |upne. svho, under tk name VuJu-

Sun: Red ciiSk Moon: Whiti' crescent

Mars: Red white cve. Mercury: Blue hand

Jupiter: Green phtirba or ritual dagger

Venus: White arrowhead Samm: Yellow bundle of wood

Rahu: Blue and gray bird's head

The planetary symbols pari, teaches the gods. In this role, Jupiter is also known as the Guru, the Master of the Gods.

. The god of the Moon, Candra, is famous for his intelligence, but is also a seducer and a dissolute. One day he seduced Tara. Infuriated by his wife's pregnancy, Vrihaspati cursed Candra and condemned him to loss of power during the second half of .the,-month, Thanks to the intervention of Surya, Vrihaspati was reconciled to Tara. The son of adultery, Mercury {BudhaJ, was then'boro. Feu- this reason, Mercury is known as Dakye, "Born of the Moon."

■These are the mythological links between the planets.

The Legend of Rabur}y

■ Tftic legend oif Rahu.exists in two versions, one Buddhist and the other Hindu. The Buddhist legend is as follows;

Unce m ane.ent hm«, humanity was decimal by the poison Hala Hala, administered by demons. In order to cure humail beings, the buddhas, moved by compass,on, churned the Cosmic Ocean together with Mount Meru and thus made atnrita, the water of immortality. When this amrita had been collected, it was given into the keeping of Vajrapini, bodhliattva of energy, in spite of everything, however, th~ demon Rahu was able to by hands on the amrita, drank it ail, and fled into space. In his flight, he threatened the Sun and Moon with reprisals it they betrayed him. Vajrapani, starting oil in pursuit, was able to catch hiitk thanks to information received from the moon, and srwk Slim with his vajra so violeiuly that his head was separated from the rest of his body. Vajrapani then had to drink Rshu's poisonous urine so that it would not be spread among humans, and he thus lost his beautiful golden lusue and became totally black.

As for Rahu, who had become immortal hv drinking the am rita, he transformed himself into a monster with nine heads and the body of a snake. His wounds turned ¡nto e\ es, which covered his body, in his hatred, he ceaselessly pursues the Sun and Moon in order to devour them. When he Latches up with them, there is an eclipse, but he cannot destroy the suss because of the vigilance of Vajrapani. Padirusarnbhava later the demon and made him a protector u! the Dhatnw, Zi RahuU chief of the planetary protectors

In the very similar Hindu legend, it is the (kvas and isucas who churn an ocean of milk in older to obtain the amriu, Despite the ruses of Vi?nu, who wished to share the precious liquid only with the gods, the asura Ráhu, disguised as.a god, was able to drink some of if. Unmasked bv Sürya. the Sun, he fled. But Visnu threw his di.sk and decapitated Rahu. The deva then the gigantic head and body of FUhu and hudcd them tow -.pace. Ever since, the head, known ,ts Rlhu, and the tad, known 4* Kent, have- occupied two opposite poiitions t.t the sky wbrnnla-orbit of the moon iro>sei the ecliptic, trying to ,ufPn* the *in and Moon and devout them. When Hahu meets the Sun, he swallows it; but because' his head is sepanated from ha- (if!, the aw immediately reappear^this is a sol.it eclipse. When the Mwm meets the tail, Üetu, there is a lunar eclipse.

Hearting of the Planets in 1 ibetan Astrology

Each of the planch signifies a number of particulars that can be used in interpretation:

The Sun: The father, the mind, the will, courage, bravery, royalty, the right eye, gold, vitality, the direction East, The Moon: The mother, mental states, emotions, softness, water, sgricuJture, pearls, silver, clothing, the Northwest. Mare: The brother, activity, courage, violence, war, fire, blood, hatred, the animal nature, illicit love, weapons, wounds, lies, the South. Mercury: The uncle-nephew relationship, friendship, profession, study, truth, tact, human relations, commerce, sapphire, the North.

Jupiter; Children, religion and high aspirations, the ministry, the pneithood, diplomacy, honor, education, the filial relationship and the elder brother, the well-being of the husband, the Northeast.

Venus: The wife, the husband, music and the arts, perfume, incense, sense pleasures, poetry, clothing and ornaments, prosperity and treasure, the Southeast.

Saturn: Longevity, limitations and obstacles, darkness, roeiaflcholy, the lack of spirituality, death, dishonor, sickness, poverty, accidents, imprisonment, sorrow, ser-:■:.'■.■:■ . ■'."■■.Tains, iron, the

'. Rsbu (rising node of the Moon): Maternal relationships,

; highly developed intellect, difficulties, and poison, ; ■ K«« {setting node of the Moon;: Paternal relationships, the . ■■;' sfttrlife, tormems, wisdom, and final liberation.


■ ■ Planets can befriends, enemies, or neutral, either permanently

©riitiiptjfariJy {see table on page 347), A planet becomes a prn-..•wstoaal. frieikTo/ another if k'is in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, ! Oih, Uth,

, 1 _A 1 ' K Q [ 0 c. v or 12th îij^n counting from tKo r,u




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