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What is Mundane Astrology

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Have you ever wondered that astrology can also be applied over politics? It’s amazing, right! It’s bizarre to see that astrology can go that far. But the reality is, just like the universe and space astrology also have no limitations. It’s endless and goes to infinity. Have you ever thought that the secrets of nations can be found by looking at the stars? How do the heavens shape the rise and fall of empires? Can the celestial patterns unlock the hidden narratives of political shifts, economic fortunes, and social transformations? Well, for all these things, responsible is Mundane Astrology” or “Saansarik Jyotish”.

Understanding Mundane Astrology 

Mundane Astrology is the branch of Astrology that deals with the everyday’s occurrences, like war and peace, earthquakes, floods, famines, droughts, plagues, communal riots and strife, rise and fall of nations, duration of the governments, death and abdication of the head of the state, economy of the country, general prosperity and economic recession. And other major political events. 

In order to fully understand and gain insight into world events, it also includes the examination and interpretation of celestial motions and alignments. Personal astrology focuses on an individual’s birth chart and how it affects their life, whereas mundane astrology broadens the scope to include the collective destiny of countries, civilizations, and society. 

Significance

  • Sun: it represents bureaucracy, political, religious and influential business people. If the Sun is afflicted, the nation becomes conceited and self centered. 
  • Moon: it indicates common men, agriculture, liquids, milk, groceries, women in general, democracy, food, and public nature. 
  • Mars: it is the planet of war or strife, accidents, murders, abduction, militants, burglary.. Violence in any form, fire explosions.  
  • Mercury: it represents publishers, booksellers, editors of newspapers and magazines, transport vehicles, trains, entertainment media. It rules the literary world. 
  • Jupiter: it is a planet of expansion and lavish spending. It represents banks, treasury, lawyers, advocates, temples, judges, religion, sports, shipping and foreign affairs. 
  • Venus: it represents luxury, art, music, acting, pleasures, money and jewelry. It also controls the jury and courts of law. It also includes gambling, glamor, fashion and public festivals. 
  • Saturn: Agriculture, land, real estate, iron ore, mines, old people, rebellion, common people and democracy, mines and coal. 
  • Rahu: rahu represents rimes, war, violence, and disasters of the worst kind. It is a very potent evil when it is combined with Saturn or Mars. it is anti-religious, antisocial and is a cheat and believes in falsehood, jealousy and robbery. 
  • Ketu: Ketu is like Mars and is also Karka for destruction, ar, secret plots and strife, self-immolation and suicide. It represents cotton, ready made clothes, watches, timepieces, clocks and radio. It is significant for spiritual salvation and Moksha. 

Mundane astrology expands the focus to include the fate of the entire country, whereas personal astrology concentrates on individual birth charts and personal destinies. While Indian mundane astrology examines the collective fates, sociological upheavals, and historical dynamics of India, personal astrology emphasizes the distinctive features, strengths, and problems of individuals.

Houses in Mundane Astrology 

Above, you saw the significance of all planets in mundane astrology, so, if mundane astrology has specific significance for planets then there might be a Kundali too. Well, it’s true that every nation has it’s own astrological Kundali. So, further, you will read about all the 12 houses and their significance and implications according to the Mundane astrology. 

1st House 

The 1st house of Mundane astrology represents the general affairs of the nation, law and order, people, their character, their behavior and abilities to rise and adapt situations, national disasters, health of population and national identity. 

2nd House 

The 2nd represents the national wealth and economy of the nation. It shows the revenues of the state sources of revenue, national budget and wealth, taxations, purchasing power of the country and currency, foreign relations, relations with neighboring countries, financial resources and reputation.

3rd House 

The 3rd reflects the command or leadership and the communication between the state and the public. It represents the communication department, mass media, satellite, transportation, information technology, newspaper, magazines, airplanes, automobiles, border clashes, contacts with neighbors, public opinions. 

4th House 

This house rules the natural resources, land and all products related to land, agriculture, industry, and crops. Mines minerals, landed interests, real estate, slum areas. Weather conditions and natural calamities like earthquakes, flood, forest fires, mining disasters. 

5th House 

This house deals with children, birth rate, educational facilities and fine arts. All forms of national enjoyments, pleasures, entertainment, theater, cinema halls, actors, and actresses are included. High society and functions, emotional stability, and intellectuals.

How Remaining houses will work

6th House 

The sixth includes the military forces, terrorist attacks, war, state loans and debts, healthcare and other services, relationships with neighbors, public health in general, political stability, the country’s financial soundness, lawsuits, judicial functioning, and labor relations. Old people death rate, accidents in warships. 

7th House 

This house rules international affairs and disputes, relations with other countries and foreign affairs. It represents resorts for recreation and fun, tourism, ties with people and businesses, and international interactions and agreements. Marriage, divorces, death of secret enemies, foreign secret agents and thieves.

8th House 

The 8th deals with the death of national rulers, swiftness of task completion, simple profits, holdups and obstacles, mishaps, deadly mishaps, epidemics, gold and precious stones, bequests, capital gains, floods, earthquakes, cyclones, storms, etc. Scientific organizations, legacies, pensions, discovery, troubles to the people through famines epidemics, mortality and death rates. 

9th House 

This house rules supreme court judges, law courts international law, judiciary, litigation, foreign trade, navy, ministry of foreign affairs diplomacy, long distance communication, wire, radio, tv, tourism, science, institution of higher education, morality, development, and commercial powers. 

10th House 

The 10th house rules the king, royalty, nobility, rulers, prime minister, head of state, parliament, administration, party in power, national celebrities, national aims and gains, status, nathion’ prestige, and  reputation, and foreign trade.

11th House 

The 11th and the 10th both rules over the parliament. The 11th rules over ambassadors sent to foreign countries, gain from foreign trade, vice president, national treasures, good international relations, income, profits and future plans. 

12th House 

The twelfth house governs money losses, spending, accidents, mass hospitalizations, foreign debt, conflicts, and illegal immigration. War and losses, military hospitals, ambushes, assassination, crimes, enemies, jail, prison, misery, misfortune and poverty, imprisonment, slavery, losses and extravagance. 

 

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