|veD of nv-gRH: NINE PLANETS CREATED BY CREATOR bRH`m TO INFLICT GOOD AND EVIL ON ALL CREATIONS IN THE UNIVERSE.... |
Posted by Champaklal Dajibhai Mistry on March 26, 2004
nv-gRH puujaa ALLEVIATES
THE SUFFERING FROM gRH-Dshaa
In the study of SCIENCES OF CREATION AND LIFE
which is called in sNskRUt language is named
as veD, one learns that all creations
are affected by the goodness and evilness of the nine
gRHao (planets)...This knowledge is detailed in
jyotish-shaasTR which is one of the
6 veDNgaa (appendix to
veD) and is popularly called
astrology in current times....
In one's birth horoscope called kuNDli
the nine planets are stationed in the 12 houses of the birth horoscope by the
time and place of one's birth on this planet earth....and this relative stations
of planets forecasts the happy and non-happy periods in one life from birth to
death including all the interactions with one's fellow relations....
By the way in jyotiSH-shaasTR and
veD what we called
rvi is one of the planets and is
confused with sun which is a star or nKSTR....suARy
or what is translated in English as sun is one of the forms of
aGNii translated as fire...aGNii
is a shk`ti
(inherent power) of creator bRH`m
whose primary function is to empower all creations to consume and assimilate
other creations as food and sustenance....aGNii
was mind-born of bRHmaa-Daev who is
the grandfather of all creations in the universe....aGNii
has the following forms: akaar, ikaar,
hukaar, suAR`y and rvi
and acts in the universe as bhaaskr
that is one which gives light, Divaakr
that is one that illuminates everything in the universe and
divskr that is one who creates the
time span called a day....
From times immemorial the astrologers have claimed that they know how to
avoid to ill-effects of the planets on human life and these days these
astrologers make a living and a fortune in that trade....However,
mHaa-raamaayAN states that nobody can
eliminate or mitigate the effects of planets on the human life.....whatever
that is destined of the planet one shall partake......
Over the next few weeks the planets
Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter will be arranged in a line stretching
from the western horizon to high in the eastern sky. This is a rare
celestial even occurring only once or twice every 10 years.....If YOU know the
significance of this planetary even from jyotish-shaasTR angle please share that
knowledge on this PVAF web site with your fellow humans by clicking on the
POST A COMMENT in the header of this news
item and writing as much as you can share....
Further information on this planetary event can be obtained by clicking on
the next line and reading a news report on this event from
NASA WEB SITE
or visit the NASA WEB SITE by clicking on the red hilite.....
Five' Make Rare Appearance in Night Sky
Like a busy urban family, planets rarely get
together all at once. Later this month, however, the five so-called
naked-eye planets -- Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn -- will
reunite in the night sky, giving spectators a unique chance to see
Earth's closest companions in one easy sitting.
The gathering will be visible every night for an hour after sunset,
beginning around March 22 and lasting about two weeks. While other
viewing opportunities will take place over the next few years, both at
dawn and dusk, this one is not to be missed.
Image right: This illustration shows where
the five naked-eye planets and the Moon will lie in the sky just after
sunset on March 22. The view is looking toward the western horizon.
Saturn will be visible almost directly overhead. Jupiter, not pictured
here, follows the line of the planets but is almost to the eastern
horizon. Both maps on this page were made for a latitude of 34 degrees
north, where Los Angeles resides, but the planets will similarly appear
in a line across the sky from all locations. Image courtesy: NASA/JPL.
"This particular planetary grouping will quite possibly offer the best
nighttime views until 2036," says Dr. Myles Standish, an astronomer at
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif.
For early risers, there will be another chance to see all five naked-eye
planets together just before sunrise in December of this year and early
Since ancient times, the naked-eye planets have intrigued and inspired
onlookers all over the world. But only sporadically, usually every few
years or so, do their orbits take them to the same side of the Sun. When
this happens, the planets stretch across the morning or evening skies
depending on which side of the Sun they reside. More rare are planetary
alignments in which the five planets assemble in a very small corner of
"Every so often the five visible planets will collect on one side of the
Sun," says Standish. "Only when conditions are right, will they all be
clearly visible at either dusk or dawn."
To catch the planetary get-together, you'll need a good view of the sky,
free of buildings and bright city lights (you should still be able to
see the planets through urban light pollution). The show begins around
March 22 and lasts through early April, when Mercury fades from sight.
The finest views will take place during the last 8 to 10 days of March.
abovet: This illustration shows where
the five naked-eye planets and the Moon will lie in the sky just after
sunset on March 29. Image courtesy: NASA/JPL.
Begin by looking to the western horizon each evening just after sunset.
Seated in a row up and across the sky will be Mercury, Venus, Mars and
Saturn. Saturn will lie almost directly overhead. Following the line of
the planets, Jupiter will be close to the eastern horizon. Together, the
planets will span about 135 degrees. About an hour after dusk, Mercury
will dip below the western horizon.
The Moon will also be attending the festivities, mingling through the
planets in an orderly fashion. On March 22, it will take a seat next to
Mercury, and then climbing up the night sky, it will end its tour on
April 1 right above mighty Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar
system. As the Moon slides from planet to planet, it will grow in size
from a slender crescent to a nearly full circle of white.
Note that Venus is currently brighter than usual because of where it
lies in relation to Earth and the Sun.
The Moon and planets will appear to follow nearly the same path through
the stars. This is because their orbits around the Sun occupy planes
that are close to that of Earth's orbit. The plane Earth moves in is
called the ecliptic.
If for some reason you miss the "Fab Five," another set of orbiting
bodies will soon make a grand debut. In April and May of this year, two
naked-eye comets, C/2001 Q4 and C/2002 T7, will grace the twilight
skies. To spot the cosmic balls of dust and ice look to the west at dusk
or dawn. A pair of binoculars will help to initially locate the comets
because they may be slightly washed out by the Sun. On May 12 to 16 look
out for a mini-reunion with the naked-eye planets, when comet C/2001 Q4
lines up with Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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