By Vic DiCara
Over a decade of devoted study! Over a 12 months of writing and enhancing! With the advantages and information of a swami , a babaji, and a Sanskrit student, Vic DiCara provides you the world's so much definitive, uncomplicated and entirely notable clarification of the mythology and which means in the 27 stars of historic Indian astrology!
If you're an astrologer or keen on astrology, you can be reworked via Vic's significantly transparent and simple causes of Sanskrit, Vedic mythology, and mastery of intuitive symbolism.
If you're a lover of India and her tradition, you'll relish those deep revelations and infrequent expositions of wide-spread gods like Vishnu, not-so-familiar gods like Varuna, and approximately forgotten gods like Ajaikapat.
If you're a non secular seeker, you will find the foundation of the universe, the that means of lifestyles, and crucial clues within the everlasting quest for the "fountain of youth."
The one hundred sixty pages of this booklet are abundantly replete with detailed references and footnotes to fulfill the students between you. The booklet is dripping with dramatic storytelling, full of philosophy as transparent and deep as a Himalayan lake, and accurately provides the peerlessly invaluable astrological symbolism of the divine stars.
"Vic DiCara's exploration and definitive learn at the lunar mansions brings the primordial zodiac alive with the wealthy symbolism and sacred tales of Indian lore. we regularly omit that the root of Vedic astrology will continuously be the magical mythology linked to Jyotish, the technology of sunshine. Mr. DiCara's superb textual content illuminates our direction domestic to the divine via his deep realizing and the advantages of the gods and goddesses of old India"
- Dennis M. Harness, Ph.D.
Psychologist, author and Vedic Astrologer
"27 Stars, 27 Gods is a superbly deep booklet concerning the fastened stars of Vedic astrology. it truly is good written and good researched, and is a transparent and relaxing learn! I hugely suggest it for everybody from astrologers to yogis and everybody in between."
- Juliana Swanson, RN
ACVA instructor, Jyotish Visharada & Kovid
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3) says that Aditi was once Pṛśṇi, the wife of a different son of Brahmā, named Sutapas. She performed great austerities in devotion to Viṣṇu for 12,000 years. When Viṣṇu appeared to grant her wishes, she wished that he would become her son, which he did. Kṛṣṇa told this story to his mother, to let her know that she and he are always mother and son, repeatedly. Thus Kṛṣṇa’s mother, Devakī is yet another incarnation of Aditi. The story behind Aditi becoming Devakī is also fascinating. It is told in Devī Bhāgavata (4): Aditi was the first wife of Kaśyapa, and she gave birth to the gods, headed by Indra.
Bring me a calf. ” 51 First the king made the chief of humanity (Svāyambhuva Manu) into a “calf” and obtained as “milk” all the grains and vegetables needed to feed the citizens. Then various groups used various people as “calves,” and through those calves they got all they desired from the Earth. The first group to do so was the sages. They selected Bṛhaspati to become the calf, and through him obtained “milk” from the Earth in the form of mantras and hymns that would make the mind clean and pure.
The second part of the curse was fulfilled when Aditi became Devakī, who had to suffer the loss of many children at the hands of her atrocious brother Kaṁsa. 47 The Highest Blossom ~ Puṣya Name Puṣya Meaning Flowering Symbol Lotus Deity Bṛhaspati - god of prayer Main Stars γ, δ (Asellus Australis) and θ Cancri. 48 The word puṣya has two primary meanings: 1. The top/best part of a thing; usually referring to a flower, the top and best part of a plant. 2. Nourishment; which allows us to blossom and grow.
27 Stars, 27 Gods: The Astrological Mythology of Ancient India by Vic DiCara