By Vic DiCara
Over a decade of committed learn! Over a 12 months of writing and enhancing! With the advantages and suggestions of a swami , a babaji, and a Sanskrit student, Vic DiCara provides you the world's such a lot definitive, easy and entirely extraordinary rationalization of the mythology and that means in the 27 stars of old Indian astrology!
If you're an astrologer or partial to astrology, you may be reworked by means of Vic's considerably transparent and simple factors of Sanskrit, Vedic mythology, and mastery of intuitive symbolism.
If you're a lover of India and her tradition, you'll savour those deep revelations and infrequent expositions of general gods like Vishnu, not-so-familiar gods like Varuna, and approximately forgotten gods like Ajaikapat.
If you're a religious seeker, you will find the beginning of the universe, the that means of lifestyles, and crucial clues within the everlasting quest for the "fountain of youth."
The one hundred sixty pages of this ebook are abundantly replete with distinctive references and footnotes to meet the students between you. The e-book is dripping with dramatic storytelling, full of philosophy as transparent and deep as a Himalayan lake, and accurately offers the peerlessly invaluable astrological symbolism of the divine stars.
"Vic DiCara's exploration and definitive study at the lunar mansions brings the primordial zodiac alive with the wealthy symbolism and sacred tales of Indian lore. we regularly fail to remember that the foundation of Vedic astrology will continually be the paranormal mythology linked to Jyotish, the technological know-how of sunshine. Mr. DiCara's fantastic textual content illuminates our direction domestic to the divine via his deep knowing and the advantages of the gods and goddesses of historical India"
- Dennis M. Harness, Ph.D.
Psychologist, author and Vedic Astrologer
"27 Stars, 27 Gods is a beautifully deep ebook in regards to the fastened stars of Vedic astrology. it really is good written and good researched, and is a transparent and relaxing learn! I hugely suggest it for everybody from astrologers to yogis and everybody in between."
- Juliana Swanson, RN
ACVA instructor, Jyotish Visharada & Kovid
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Vasu means bright. So the word Punarvasu can mean, “Becoming bright again” (Reignition). Punarvasu is about things happening again; Things happening within other things, within themselves; in cycles; in repetition. A fractal – an image formed by a pattern repeating itself within itself – is an excellent symbol for Punarvasu. The classical symbol is an arrow put back into a quiver after it has been shot. Mother of her own Father Here is an example of fractal patterns within patterns: The goddess of Punarvasu is Aditi – who is the mother of her own father.
She helped create Dakṣa, and later she took shape in the world by being born as his daughter. The son comes from the mother, and then the mother comes from the son. ” Boundless Unity The name Aditi literally means boundless. She is the fabric of space itself, the boundless matrix within which everything else exists. ” Especially the “vasu” – the luminous gods – are all her children. To be boundless means to have no boundaries, to be whole, unbroken and undivided. The goddess of non-division is the mother of the gods.
The serpents who refused their mother’s request on moral grounds became a separate, special branch of the Nāga race. The rest of the serpents mixed into the hair, making it appear black. Vinata thus lost the bet and became a servant of Kadru. It was then that Garuḍa hatched from his egg, born into slavery. He submitted but developed hatred of the serpents as a result. ” They replied. Garuḍa “stole” soma from the Gods, but conspired with their king, Indra, so that Indra reclaimed the soma before the serpents had a chance to drink it.
27 Stars, 27 Gods: The Astrological Mythology of Ancient India by Vic DiCara