Sunday, October 17, 2010

Iyer's Principle: Sthoola and Sookshma lords

Dated 27-28 sep 09,

Dear Manoj ji,

Thankyou for putting one more important Iyer's principle.
// It is Iyer's principle of Sthoola and Sookshma lords of houses. The sthoola lord is the usual Rashi Lord. The Sookshma lord is the Lord of the Star where the cusp of the particular house falls. So in this method each house then has two lords.//
Just my understanding on this principle.
`House' in the horoscope basically indicate two sambhands :
1) Signs and 2) Bhava.
1) Signs : The karak for signs is Sun, as 12 rasis indicate twelve position of sun in a single rotation. Sign will indicate the circumstances native will face and its lord will show up the application of this Buddi (Intelligence), how he applies dharma on that particular circumstances.
This is clearly termed as Sthoola lord by Sri Iyer.
2) Bhava : This means emotions (Chita). Emotion is rules by moon which is infact the lord of Nakshatra. (moon is married to all nakshtras, Rohini is favorite because moon stays much longer period there). The emotional experience of the house can be seen from the nakshtra of the lord of house which is used widely or it can be shown up the nakshatra of the house (cusps) which is termed as Sookshma lord by Sri Iyer.
This principle is very interesting, logically digestable and thankyou for showing up its application also.
I hope the division of bhava is based on the Ascendant degree + 30 degree and its multiples.
Thankyou for sharing :)
Regards,
Vijay Goel
Jaipur.
Dear Chandu Ji,

Let me give you yet another reason for marriage in Rahu-Mars that has not been discussed so far. This is a principle that I have not been trying much, but one of my teachers likes a lot. It is Iyer's principle of Sthoola and Sookshma lords of houses. The sthoola lord is the usual Rashi Lord. The Sookshma lord is the Lord of the Star where the cusp of the particular house falls. So in this method each house then has two lords.
Applying this principle here, we find that the Sookshma Lords of 2H, 7H and 11H are Sun, Mars and Mars, respectively. Hence you can see that Mars is the Sookshma Lord of both the 7H and 11H and he also disposits Rahu as the Sthoola Lord of 8H. So clearly Rahu-Mars has the ability to give marriage.

Regards,
-Manoj

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