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Friday, March 12, 2010


Stanza 135. — As already detailed, there are two types of disease viz., those caused by the
disorder of thridoshas and those brought about by mantric machinations of enemies which in their turn provoke the thridoshas.
Now the discussion will relate to satrubadha or troubles from enemies.
Stanza 136. — If Mercury is stronger, the disease is due to Aabhichara. If Lagna is stronger, the disease is due to the disorder of thridoshas. If the lord of the 6th is stronger, the disease is due to enemies. If the lord of the 8th is stronger, then the disease is due to disturbance in the thridoshas.
Stanza 137. — The lords of disease are the rulers of the 6th and 8th. If the former is stronger, the disease is due to enemies. If the latter is strong, it is due to thridoshas.
Stanza 138. — If the lord of the house of harm occupies or aspects the 6th; or when the lord of the 6th joins or aspects the house of lord of harm; or when these interchange houses; or occupy the same house ; or when these aspect each other, it should be inferred that the afflictions come front) the enemies.
The disease or affliction will be due to enemies under the following conditions: (1) Lord of house of harm ocupies the 6th; (2) lord of house of harm aspects the 6th; (3) lord of 6th joins the house of lord of harm ; (4) lord of 6th aspects the house of lord of harm ; (5) lords of 6th and bouse of harm interchange ; (6) lords of the 6th and house of harm are together ; and (7) when the lord of the 6th aspects the lord of the house of harm.
Stanza 139. — The affliction is of two kinds : If the lord of house of harm is a benefic, it is mahabhichara. If the lord is a malefic, it is kshudrabhichara.
Stanza 140. — Mahabhichara consists of incantations calculated to cause death, etc. Kshudrabhichara consists of burying enchanted substances underground to bring about ruin.
Stanza 141. — When it is discovered that there is Aabhichara, we have to find who the enemy is and who did the work for him. The caste to which such persons belong is explained in the next verse.
Stanza 142. — The caste and occupation governed by the 6th house or by its lord indicate the caste of the enemy. Similarly, the caste governed by the 'house of harm' or its lord is the caste of his accomplice. Pisces, Aries, Taurus and Gemini and their trines signify respectively Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaisyas and Sudras.
Stanza 143. — If the lord of the house of harm is in any way connected with the 6th house, then the enemy's caste is that of the sixth house.
Stanza 144. — If the lord of the house of harm is in any way connected with the lord of 6th, the enemy's caste is that of the lord of the 6th.
Stanza 145. — If the lord of the 6th is bound up with the house of harm, then the accomplice in the deed belongs to the caste governed by the house of harm.
Stanza 146. — If the lord of the 6th is bound up with the lord of the house of harm, then the accomplice belongs to the caste of the lord of the house of harm.
Stanza 147. — According to Varahamihira, Jupiter and Venus are Brahmins, the Sun and Mars — Kshatriyas, the Moon — Vysya, Mercury — Sudra and Saturn — mixed caste.
Stanza 148. — According to others, Jupitor is an exalted Brahmin while Venus is an ordinary Brahmin. When these join other planets, their qualities change. The Sun is the emperor, while Mars governs kingship.
Shanza 149. — Mars also signifies distinguished persons with no sacred thead, Mercury governs learned men and temple servents with no saered thread.
Stanza 150. — Saturn in exaltation rules over temples employees while irt debilitation he rules over low-caste people.
Stanza 151. — Mahvacharya says that Jupitor and Venus represent Brahmins: the Sun and Mars, Kshatriyas ; the Moon, Vaisyas; Mercury, Sudras; and Saturn, low cast people.
Stanza 152. — \ccording to Krishneeya, Jupitor and Venus govern Brahmins, the Sun and Mars Kshatriyas, the Moon and Mercury Vaisyas ; and Saturn Sudras and the mixed caste.
Stanza 153, — In Sarasamuchaya, it is said that the Sun and Venus govern kings of all castes, the Moon governs Brahmins or Vaisyas, Mars governs Brahmins and Sudras.
Stanza 154. — Mercury governs Vaisyas and Sudras, Saturn governs Sudras and low caste people. Jupiter governs Brahmins and Venus Brahmins, Sudras and women. When these planets are in inimical places debilitation or combustion, they govern only very low types
Stanza 155. — With regard to the enemy's caste, there are other views by which it can be determined.
Stanza 156. — The caste of the enemy is signified by the lord of the 6th, and the lord of the 10th signifies the caste of the accomplice. The motive for Abhichara Karma corresponds with the nature of the lord of the sign occupied by the lord of the 6th.
Stanza 157. — According as the lord of the 6th occupies the sign of Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, the Moon or the Sun, the motive behind the deed happens to be lands, gold, fruits, silver, clothes, cattle or grain, servants, low caste people and weapons, vessels or water, or roots and fruits.
Stanza 158. — The motive of the enemy in resorting to Abhichara can also be gleaned according to the nature of the house occupied by the lord of house of harm.
The view adumbrated in this Stan/a is from 'other works'. The house containing the lord of house of barm reveals the motive behind the Abhichara. Thus if the lord of harm is in the 2nd, the motive is money: if in the 4th, property is the motive. In this way, the motive should be ascertained.
Stanza 159. — Whether the motive behind the enemy's deeds springs up from Dhatu, Moola or Jeeva, can be ascertained by examining the rising sign, planets in the rising sign, lord of the sixth, lord of the house of harm, the house occupied by the lord of sixth, the sign occupied by lord of Lagna. Whether the enemy belongs to the same family as the querist or to outside family or whether the enemy is a near or a
distant relative, should be carefully ascertained by noting the Lagna.
Stanza 160. — If the Lagna is a movable sign, the enemy is of the same kith and kin; if a fixed sign he is related; if common, the enemy is an outsider. According as the 6th house is occupied by the lord of the 4th, 5th, 7tb, 9th, the enemy who is the cause of trouble will be a relative, son, wife or father or preceptor.
Stanza 161. — If the Lagna is a fixed sign, the enemy is a sahavasi (lives with the native); if it is a common sign, he is a neighbour; and if movable, the enemy belongs to a distant place, or is an old friend.
Stanza 162. — The direction and caste of the enemy and how far or near he is, should be ascertained from the 6th house or its lord. Similarly, the direction and caste of the mantric and how far or near he is, should be read from the Badhaka house or its lord.
If the Rasi and Navamsa in which the 6th house falls, or the 6th lord occupies are movable, the enemy or mantric will be far off; if fixed, near; if common, not too far and not too near. If the said Rasi and Navamsa are different, then, the stronger of the two should be taken.
Stanza 163. — If the Ascendant happens to be a movable sign with Mars in the 11th, or a fixed sign with Mars in the 9th, or a common sign with Mars in the 7th and is aspected by the lord of the 6th, the native has sickness through Abhichara resorted to by an enemy.
Stanzas 164 to 167. — The cause of sickness will be Abhichara under the following combinations. Mars in the Ascendant or in a quadrangular house and the lord of the 6th is in the rising sign; lord of the 6th in the Ascendant, 7th or 10th and Mars in or aspecting the Lagna; Ketu in the 4th, 10th or Ascendant and Mars in or aspecting Lagna; and Ketu in the 4th, 10th or Ascendant and Mandi occupying a kendra.
Stanzas 163 to 167 are from Santhana Deepika. These stanzas give combinations to predict on the basis of the Prasna Chart, the source of sickness. The stanzas are easy to understand and do not need detailed elucidation. However, I should like to make a few observations. In all the combinations listed, importance is given to the 6th lord. According to Stanza 163, the 6th lord should aspect the Ascendant which should have Mars placed in the 11th, 9th or 7th. according as the ascending sign is movable, fixed or common. Stanzas 164 to 167 also require a certain disposition of Mars, Ketu or Gulika and the 6th lord involving only the Ascendant and the other quadrangular houses.
Stanza 168. — To bring about death, exile, dissensions, madness, or ruin, marana and uchhatana — enemies prepare powders and other enchanted things and conceal them under the earth or in some hidden places.
The astrologer will have to inform the client where these can be found, so that they can be removed.
Stanza 169. — If Gulika occupies a quadrant from Lagna or Arudha Lagna or the Moon and is joined or aspected by Saturn, then the incanted articles (Kshudras) will be kept buried under the earth.
Stanza 170. — If Mandi is in the 4th house or Navamsa, then the Kshudra will have been deposited inside the house. If the 4th house or Navamsa is watery, it will be kept immersed under water.
Here the situation of Mandi in the 4th is with reference to Lagna, Arudha or the Moon. According to some,
Mandi — whatever Bhava he may occupy — if it is a watery Rasi or Navamsa, the place of deposit shall be under water.
Stanza 171. — If Mandi is in Vargottama, the Kshudra will be in two places — within the house and under water. If Rahu joins Mandi or Saturn, the substance is hidden near an ant hill.
Stanza 172. — According as a kendra (from Mandi or Saturn) is occupied by the Sun. Mars, Jupiter or Venus, the Kshudra is kept respectively in the branches of trees, in open fields, in the house itself or in the bedroom.
Stanzas 173 to 176. — If Saturn is in a kendra from Mandi, the Kshudra 'Will be kept in latrines and urinals. According as Mandi is in Aries, Taurus, Gemini or Cancer (or their trines), the Kshndra will be kept in the skins of tigers and cats, water pots, bamboo vessels or cocoanut shells respectively. If Mandi is in Samhara Nakshatras (destructive asterisms), the Kshudra will be in the form of an image of a human. If Mandi is in Scorpio, it is in the form of an amulet. If it occupies the Navamsas of quadrupeds, it is in the form of bones. The number so kept or buried can be known from the expired number of Navamsa in the Rasi occupied by Gulika.
NOTES Samhara Nakshatras are Krittika and Aridra.
From the description of the methods for finding the nature and source of sickness given in these stanzas, it is clear that at the time the author lived, the practice of causing barm through incantations, spells and other forms of base practices was widespread in Kerala. Even now not only in Kerala but also in other parts of India, resort is being bad to such methods to cause harm to one's enemies. Some of the Kerala astrologers whom I had discussions with, say that these astrological principles pertaining to discovery of abhichara given in this work are almost always foolproof and that even now people consult astrologers on these lines.
The number of articles (Kshudras) on which the spell in cast corresponds to the number of Navamsas gained by Mandi in the Rasi be occupies. According to some, the total number of Navamsas from the beginning of Aries Navamsa should be considered. If for example, Mandi is in Libra Navamsa (Cancer sign) according to the first view, the number will be the 4, 3 Navamsas having completed. According to the others, the number will be 7, couating from Aries. Here again the figure has to be doubled if the amsa lord is exalted, etc.
Stanzas 177 to 180. — If the lord of harm occupies Urdhwamukha Rasi, then the 'charm' has been placed on the tops of trees; if it is Adho-mukha Rasi, it is under the earth; if it is Thiryangmukha, it is kept inside stones or logs of woods etc. By examining the Ras( held by the Badhaka, the family to which the trecis wherein the Kshudra is deposited belongs should be known. If the Rasi is that of a benefic, the tree also belongs to a good family; if not the reverse. Count from the Navamsa owned by lord of Badhaka to the Navamsa occupied by him. This number gives the trees that grow there. Similarly is to be ascertained whether the Kshudra is in a particular tree or near a tree, etc.
The nature of the tree can also be learnt from the Navamsa, as for example, Aries indicates a tree with thorns, Taurus a tree with flowers and Gemini a tree without fruits and so on.
Stanza 181. — If the sign occupied by the lord of the house of harm is watery and it also happens to be Urdhwamukha, then the charm is kept on the bank of ariver or a lake; if Adhomukha, buried under the waters; and if Thiryangmukha, has been allowed to float in the waters.
Stanzas 182 to 185. — The Kshudra will be found to have been buried respectively near temples; watery tracts or places where springs sprout; burial grounds, battle fields or fiery places; places of learning or amusement; treasure-
houses or state boundaries; village boundaries or bed-rooms; and dirty or deserted places, according as the Sun, the Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Venus or Saturn happens to be either lord of house of harm or occupies the house of harm.
Stanza 186 & 187. — If the lord of harm is conjoined with Rahu, Ketu or Gulika, then it has been kept in the serpent's abode or its vicinity. The direction where the Kshudra is kept should be ascertained from the lord of 6, lord of house of harm or lord of the Rasi and Navamsa occupied by the Badhaka lord. If the lord of harm is in a movable sign, the Kshudra can be easily removed; if he is in a common sign, it can be taken out with effort; and if he is in a fixed sign, it cannot be removed at all.
Stanza 188. — Having ascertained the Kshudra, its location and whether it can be removed, the effects should be destroyed according to sastraic injunctions. I shall now describe the remedies for Mahabhichara.