The Planet Moon and the Karmic Law by Dhiraj Bakshi

Effects of Moon in the chart and rules governing it – esp from karmic perspective

Moon is the planet nearest to the Earth. It is the only planet in the solar system which revolves round the Earth. The Sun is the generator of power whereas Moon is conductor of power lent by the Sun. Moon shines only by the reflected light of the Sun. The distance between the Earth and Moon is approximately 2, 38, 000 miles. The Sun gives the spirit and life to all planets and Moon rules the lives of the beings on Earth. Sun represents individuality whereas Moon shows one’s personality. Moon also represents mother if a person is born at night Moon is feminine. Hence the person under the rulership of Moon becomes timid, vacillating receptive and convertible. Moon governs the impregnation, conception, birth of child, the animal instinct the union and the embryo. It also rules the infant stage of a person and it has powerful influence on their lives. Afflicted Moon at the time of birth causes ailments frequently and does not allow to have proper growth. Natives ruled by Moon generally have white complexion and charming eyes. They are plump and of short stature. They walk with a rolling gait. Moon’s influence is said to be cold, moist, phlegmatic and feminine. She is fruitful and convertible in nature according to her position in the chart and her aspects and location in the zodiac (by sign) at that time. Moon makes a complete transit of the zodiac (i.e. all the signs) every 27 days, 7 hours and 43 minutes. She rules liquids, fresh water, milk, public commodities like groceries, fish, drinks etc., also sailing, brewing, nursing and females generally. Moon influences the growth of all plant life. She governs the brain, breasts, left eye of the male and right eye of the female. Her day is Monday, metal silver, colour white; gem pearl and other white stones. The subject of “The Planet Moon and The Karmic Law” is a new concept presented in this book in an endeavour to enlighten the readers about the importance of Planet Moon in the life of native and the Karmic effects which they receive from time to time covering various areas of their life cycle are subject to the provisions of Vedic Laws which influence the life span of human beings. The study of this book is expected to achieve a better understanding among the readers about the God’s way of running the administration of Religious Court based on the good and / or bad acts or deeds of natives.


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