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Matrimony Compatibility

Extract from : Bhagvat Gita-as it is by Shila Prabhupada
adharmabhibhavat krsna
prsdusyanti kula-stryah
strisu dustasu varsneya
ja yate varna-sankarah

Translation

When irreligion is prominent in the family, O Kanea, the women of the family become polluted, and from the degradation of womanhood, O descendant of Vanel, comes unwanted progeny.

Dharma is examined in the ninth house and the one-ninth division of signs is called Navamsa. Parasara advises us to examine this divisional chart (Navamsa) for spouse as it is the fruit/gains of Dharma. Thus the 11th sign from the 9th house is the 7th house which shows gains/increase of Dharma and the 12th sign from the 9th house in the 8th house which shows loss/decrease of Dharma. Thus, marriage indicates an increase of Dharma while widowhood symbolizes a destruction of Dharma. In this sense in Hindu wedding, the son-in-law is regarded as Vishnu as his coming to the family leads to an increase in Dharma.

The Sun is a signifier of Dharma and hence Maharishi Jaimini teaches that the Sun can never be a malefic for Upapada (Arudha of 12th house symbolizing the Vivaha mandapa), Rahu is the greatest enemy of the Sun and causes its eclipse. Thus Rahu symbolizes destruction of Dharma and also widowhood. Saturn is an enemy of the Sun and signifier of the 8th house (ruling widowhood/break in marriage), whereas Jupiter is a friend of the Sun and saves marriages by giving children.

In fact, Chanakya Niti teaches that a person who is not desirous of having children should not marry. Venus (ruling semen) shows sexuality and physical beauty whereas Mars shows the destruction of semen/preservation and indicates celibacy (Brahmacharya), thus Mars causes the first error (dosha) on the signifier of natural procreation. Ketu is always opposite to Rahu and both Parasara and Jaimini teach that it causes marriage. In fact, it indicates the bestiality in man which is controlled by worshiping Lord Shiva as Pasupati. The Moon is a signifier of mother hood and will surely give marriage whereas Mercury the bastard son of the Moon, indicates Adharma or children etc born outside marriage and thus, obstructs or breaks the purity of marital relationship. Thus, Jaimini teaches that if Moon & Mercury are in mutual trines in the Navamsa, the character may fall and marriage vows maybe broken while if Mercury is aspected by Jupiter (the pure representative of Vishnu), then purity prevails and marriage vows will be kept.

Scorpio is the natural eighth house of the zodiac and if Mercury & Venus are in Scorpio Navamsa, then the person is of very loose morals. In this manner, the various rules/dictums given in the classical literature can be understood.

Chart1: Female born on 31st January 1951.

When irreligion is prominent in the family, O Kanea, the women of the family become polluted, and from the degradation of womanhood, O descendant of Vanel, comes unwanted progeny.

Dharma is examined in the ninth house and the one-ninth division of signs is called Navamsa. Parasara advises us to examine this divisional chart (Navamsa) for spouse as it is the fruit/gains of Dharma. Thus the 11th sign from the 9th house is the 7th house which shows gains/increase of Dharma and the 12th sign from the 9th house in the 8th house which shows loss/decrease of Dharma. Thus, marriage indicates an increase of Dharma while widowhood symbolizes a destruction of Dharma. In this sense in Hindu wedding, the son-in-law is regarded as Vishnu as his coming to the family leads to an increase in Dharma.

The Sun is a signifier of Dharma and hence Maharishi Jaimini teaches that the Sun can never be a malefic for Upapada (Arudha of 12th house symbolizing the Vivaha mandapa), Rahu is the greatest enemy of the Sun and causes its eclipse. Thus Rahu symbolizes destruction of Dharma and also widowhood. Saturn is an enemy of the Sun and signifier of the 8th house (ruling widowhood/break in marriage), whereas Jupiter is a friend of the Sun and saves marriages by giving children.

Chart 2: Female born on 30th may 1954 at 7.40 PM at Delhi, India

In fact, Chanakya Niti teaches that a person who is not desirous of having children should not marry. Venus (ruling semen) shows sexuality and physical beauty whereas Mars shows the destruction of semen/preservation and indicates celibacy (Brahmacharya), thus Mars causes the first error (dosha) on the signifier of natural procreation. Ketu is always opposite to Rahu and both Parasara and Jaimini teach that it causes marriage. In fact, it indicates the bestiality in man which is controlled by worshiping Lord Shiva as Pasupati. The Moon is a signifier of mother hood and will surely give marriage whereas Mercury the bastard son of the Moon, indicates Adharma or children etc born outside marriage and thus, obstructs or breaks the purity of marital relationship. Thus, Jaimini teaches that if Moon & Mercury are in mutual trines in the Navamsa, the character may fall and marriage vows maybe broken while if Mercury is aspected by Jupiter (the pure representative of Vishnu), then purity prevails and marriage vows will be kept.

Scorpio is the natural eighth house of the zodiac and if Mercury & Venus are in Scorpio Navamsa, then the person is of very loose morals. In this manner, the various rules/dictums given in the classical literature can be understood.

Vedic Remedy

There are various remedial measures given for solving marriage problems like delay in marriage, divorce etc. – some of them are very tamasic like black magic and others give temporary results. When it is clearly established that Dharma alone protects the purity/marriage, then the highest and surest remedy lies in increasing Dharma. Bhagwan Vishnu sits in the ninth house of Dharma and worshipping him with the Astakshari mantra “OM NAMO NARAYANAYA” or meditating with the mantra “OM TAT SAT” is the best remedy. In addition, a gemstone of the Lord of ninth house (in Rasi Chart) and fasting on days ruled by the Lord of Upapada can be prescribed (In chart 2, the lord of Upapada is Saturn).

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