Chakra could lead the individual to have waking visions of places and people. The faculty of clairvoyance-one of the siddhis highly coveted by the occultists comes from this chakras. In an ordinary individual, these may not be so common, but these chakra being in the 3rd house of Kumbha ascendants where the Kala Purusha lays his head, for them these would undoubtedly provide great opportunities. If untutored, they might develop unconscious psychism. Such persons just know the things without any effort. Intuition is often mixed up with such psychic faculties, but the fact remains that they are able to get in touch with such powers. If undeveloped and blocked up due to planetary disposition, Aquarius ascendants might become crude and anti-religious to a great extent. When it is said that the Aquarius has its heart in the throat of the Kala Purusha, it implies that Visuddhi chakra of Kala Purusha, which is the sixteen-petalled force-centre located near the throat, would be in the 4th...
This position is similar to the Sun in conjunction with Pluto. In the natural zodiac the fifth house is ruled by Leo. Here the ego has to be purged of any self-conceit or tendency to arrogance. If the heart center is open, the creativity and wisdom of Minerva is at its disposal The serpent force, the kundalini fire at the base of the spine, is active and can be used creatively. If sex is overemphasized, this Plutonian energy can raise havoc, emotionally, mentally, and physically. This does not mean to suppress the sexual energies but to use them wisely and always lovingly. In the use of any power Pluto in the fifth
Mars is exalted in Capricorn, the sign of Saturn, and connects to the root center. As the end of the solar half of the zodiacal cycle, this is the point of maximum potential of expression of the fire energy. It is here on the most outer level of our being that we need energy to work and accomplish things. On an inner level, Mars in Capricorn in the root or earth center gives the awakening of the Kundalini to set the inner transformation process in motion.
The current interest in energy fields is really not concerned with a new phenomenon. Not only have Indian yogic systems referred for millenia to the kundalini (a kind of libido comprising both physical, psychic, and potentially spiritual energy) and to chakras (centers of whirling energy within man), but many clairvoyants have reported seeing the aura of individuals from which they can deduce the person's state of psychological and physical health. Clairvoyant Eileen Garrett writes
Scorpio is a very profound and mysterious sign. As the negative or physical side of Mars, Scorpio people are often soldiers, policemen or athletes. They like to use their martial force on a physical level and can be prone to the use of force. They usually have good muscles and like to exercise. When mentally developed they have a good capacity for research and inquiry and may become chemists or surgeons. More evolved Scorpio types like to explore the depths of the mind and may have an interest in the occult and yoga (tantra). Their kundalini can often be easily aroused for good or ill. They may like trying to work with or overcome negative forces and see life as a battle between light and darkness, with which they may become obsessed. They are often fascinated with techniques or technologies for directing energy, either outwardly or inwardly. Scorpios can be very intelligent and perceptive but prefer to remain behind the scenes or do not express themselves quickly (not because they...
Rahu's Supreme deity is the Serpent God (Sarpa Deva). Serpents represent energy, which flows in currents and through channels and holes, just as a serpent moves. All forms of energy from the Kundalini, the serpent power of consciousness, down to Prana and even wind power are symbolically represented as such serpents. Rahu reflects the supreme serpent force that can even swallow the Sun. Shiva is the lord of serpents, the foremost of which are Rahu and Ketu. In this regard the serpent God that rules over Rahu is himself under the rule of Shiva.
Our inner Sun of Prana moves up and down the spine and the chakra system along with each breath, traversing our inner zodiac along the way. Each breath constitutes a day for our inner Pranic Sun, with our inhalation as the day time and our exhalation as the night time. This is the astrological basis of Yoga Pranayama techniques that aim at moving the awakened or spiritually energized Prana up and down the spine during the practice. If we can do this, then each one of our breaths will have a great power for activating the chakras and arousing the Kundalini, the serpent power that opens the chakras, and which itself is the awakened energy of our inner Pranic Sun.
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