Angkor Vat gebaut synchron zum Sternzeichen des Drachen - nördl. Hemisphere  (10500 B.C.)
Angkor Vat gebaut synchron zum Sternzeichen des Drachen - nördl. Hemisphere (10500 B.C.)

Profil Rahus

Es ist fremd, nicht konformistisch und unorthodox. Es vergrößert, übertreibt und magnetisiert, um uns zu einem zweifelhaften Leben zu führen, das oft in öffentlicher Empörung endet, dessen Last wir in diesem Leben und auch danach in das Leben führen. Rahus Welt ist Lametta. Er bringt einen zu schwindelnden Höhen und fällt dann furchtbar  in seine Dashas (Perioden). Mit ihm geht eine Verführung einher, der schwer zu widerstehen ist. Rahu schafft eine Art Illusion und pusht weltliches Leben durch surreale Reflexionen. Es regiert Glas und Lichter. Es ist schattig und geheimnisvoll. Es ist Rahu, der neue Trends, neue Krankheiten, und innovative Ideen bringt.

Rahu heißt Abhrapisaca, der Dämon des Himmels; Bharanibhu, geboren aus dem Asterismus Bharani.

Rahu (unbegrenzt,ungehindert; auch : mit dem Drachenschwanz, Drachenkopf) ist der nach dem Padma Purana ein Sohn des dämonischen Viprachitta(Dämon des Himmels; kluger Verstand) mit der Daitya Simhika und ein Enkel des großen Weisen Kashyapa. 

Seine Mutter ist Sinhika(bzw. Simhika: fleischfressende Löwendame), die auch im Ramayana auftritt, eine der 13 Töchter von Rishi Kashyapa und Diti und eine Schwester von Hiranyaksha und Hiranyakashipu.

Hiranyaksha (Hiranyakashyap (goldhaarig, goldäugig) - ältester Sohn von Kashyapa und Diti. Er wurde vom Varaha - Avatar erschlagen.

Seine Gefährtin ist Karali(eine der sieben Zungen Agnis, ein Beiname von Devi). Sein Element ist die Luft. 

Rahu's Wagen Ratha wird nach dem Vishnu Purana von acht Rappen gezogen. Sein Vahana ist ein blauschwarzer Löwe. Rahu wird auch in Shirshasana dargestellt.

Vishnu schnitt Rahus Kopf mit seinem sonnenglänzenden Sudrashan - Chakra - Diskus ab. Da das Amrita schon den Hals passiert hatte, war der Kopf unsterblich und blieb am Leben.

Da die Sonne und der Mond verantwortlich for den Bericht der Misstaten Rahus waren, jagt Rahu, der Kopf, die Sonne und den Mond über den Himmel und versucht sie zu verspeisen.

Manchmal fängt und verschluckt er einen von beiden und verursacht eine Eclipse. Aber das Opfer fällt schnell aus Rahus Hals, und die Eclipse endet.

Er gilt als achter Navagraha - Planet und als Gott der 3 nakshatras oder Mondhäuser Ardra, Svati und Shatabhisha.

 

der kopflose mysteriöse KETU
der kopflose mysteriöse KETU

After the head of Svarbhānu, an Asura, was cut off by God Vishnu, his head and body joined with a snake to form 'Ketu', representing the body without a head, and Rahu, representing the head without a body.

In Hindu astrology Ketu represents karmic collections both good and bad, spirituality and supernatural influences. Ketu signifies the spiritual process of the refinement of materialization to spirit and is considered both malefic and benefic, as it causes sorrow and loss, and yet at the same time turns the individual to God.            In other words, it causes material loss in order to force a more spiritual outlook in the person. 

Ketu is a karaka or indicator of intelligence, wisdom, non-attachment, fantasy, penetrating insight, derangement, and psychic abilities. Ketu is believed to bring prosperity to the devotee's family, removes the effects of snakebite and illness arising out of poisons. He grants good health, wealth and cattle to his devotees. Ketu is the lord of three nakshatras or lunar mansions: Ashvini, Magha and Mula. 

Ketu is considered responsible for moksha, sannyasa, self-realization, jnana, a wavering nature, restlessness, the endocrine system and slender physique.

The people who come under the influence of Ketu can achieve great heights, most of them spiritual.

Ketu, would indicate the areas where unnecessary over-indulgence has been in the past life and to balance the over-satisfaction of the karmic presence there has to be some kind of dissatisfaction in that specific area of life. When afflicted in birth chart this dissatisfaction is imposed forcefully on the soul otherwise it is self-willed.

Ketu is considered the keeper of the book of our life- past and present Karmas.

 

Ketu indicatets our self-doubt, our lack of confidence, our inner disturbances. Ketu emphazes our sense of separate self, isolated, and caught up in our own contradictions. It represents our spiritual pursuits, non-attachment, detachment, enlightenment and is the significator of the liberator of our karmas. Ketu is body with no head. Ketu digests the experiences of Rahu. Ketu becomes disillusioned with Rahu's worldy pursuits and turns the energy toward spiritual pursuits. Ketu gives us empathy for others and the world as we seek to understand the spiritual undercurrents of the external world. Ketu goes off on a very different tangent in Jyotish. It represents the wisdom born from contemplating the nature of creation and insight into the universal creative life force. It is about the rituals and religions we practice to prepare our souls for final liberation. The function of Ketu is mental and spiritual regeneration and the neutralization of karma.

der allesverschlingende und nimmersatte Schlangenkopf RAHU
der allesverschlingende und nimmersatte Schlangenkopf RAHU

Rahu indicates our imagined fears, our fears of the unknown being worse that the actuality reality. Rahu indicates our outer desires and fulfillment of worldly pursuits. Rahu also puts us in harmony with positive social trends and can give us popularity, prestige, power and even fame. This is very similar to the modern western approach. Here's where it differs. Rahu is the dragon's head. He has no body, he's just a head. Rahu seeks outer fullfilment by going after its worldly desires with an insatable thirst than can never be quenched. It causes inner unrest as we go after this milestone, then that milestone, then the next, etc. "I'll be happy once I obtain or achcieve this." After that comes another desire to fullfil and we are never happy in the present moment because we are living for the future. This is why he is considered to be a malefic. Rahu represents our insatible worldly desires that cause inner unrest and keep us preocupied with the future instead of appreciating the present. Rahu represents the illusions that we think we need to fulfill to be happy. It represents how we are carried away by social trends of the masses, what we are supposed to be or achieve in society. And then we get it and we still aren't happy so we think we need something else. Round and round he goes chasing his tail instead of realizing happiness is not something to be found out there, it comes from within.

Both Nodes magnify the areas of life represented by the houses they occupy, and the sign energy. As shadow planets they tend to take on the energy of the planets they aspect, especially by conjunction. They also represent karmic retribution linking present restrictions and opportunites with past actions. Rahu is viewed as beginning the karmic cycle - the ascending node in the process of externalization and expansion. Ketu is viewed as completing the karmic cycle - the descending node in the process of internalization and contraction.