Guru Peyarchi Palangal May 17, 2012 to May 31, 2013.
Jupiter is going Retrograde on Oct 05, 2012 and then going direct on Jan 31, 2013.
Considered as a symbol of knowledge, Guru (Jupiter) is also known as Brihaspati, Devguru, Devpriya, Lokguru, Ganpati etc. His ancient
temple is situated in Alangudi near Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu. This place is known for the Dakshinabhimukh Avatsak form of Lord Shiv. Besides, there are temples of Surya, Som, Saptarishi, and Guru Moksheshwar as well those of Vishnu, Brahma, and Vishwanath.
The form of Guru in Alangudi is that of a sage. Of his 4 hands, 3 hold a dand (staff), a kamandal (water pot) and a japamala (rosary) while the fourth one is in a blessing posture. The devotees are supposed to perform 24 circumbulations of the Guru Temple with a lamp being lit after each one. He is worshipped with a yellow or golden cloth and jasmine flowers.
Jupiter transit is important as Jupiter is the blessing planet because He holds with Him all that which we consider as blessing. He is the indicator of Wealth and hence called the Dhanakaraka. He blesses us with auspicious ceremonies at home and the best one of all – marriage if you are unmarried and eagerly waiting for it. He is the karaka for children and hence called Putrakaraka. The happiness one gets when a new child is born is unlimited especially for those who have been childless for a long time after marriage. Jupiter rules over Gold, the best of all metals (Gurum Kanchana Sannibham).
The astrological planet of Jupiter (or Guru or Brihaspati) besides being significantly influential in astrology definitions, is equally momentous in its physical form by being the largest and heaviest of all the planets. It is believed to be the spiritual teacher of all Lords as well as the leading torch of all planets. The wisdom and learning which one earns in life is believed to prominently rely upon the way with which Jupiter is placed in one’s horoscope. Its influence is precisely reflective in the arts, creativity, intrinsic skills, moral conduct, philosophy, attitude towards different things, religious and spiritual inclination, discretion, and wisdom of Vedas and other sacred learning, which one possesses. The career path which one selects and the success which one attains in it are also determined by Jupiter.
In astrology beliefs, a weak or malefic Jupiter is found to be the very common cause of a bad choice of profession or professional disillusionment. In such cases, Yellow Sapphire or Pukhraj is an effective astrological solution. Wearing it strengthens the impact of Jupiter on one’s life, and eradicates all ill-effects.
- Keeping an Energized Guru Yantra the necessary power to mitigate all evil and bring around instant all round success.
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On 17th May, 2012 Guru enters Taurus (Vrishabha Rashi)
Jupiter starts under Rx from 6th October, 2012 till 29th January 2013.
Thereafter till the 31st May 2013, he will stay in Taurus .
The effects of Jupiter’s transit through the various house as counted for the Janma – Rashi will be as follows:-
- Fear of unfavorable circumstances.
- Gain of money and commodities
- Loss of money
- Gain in weight of the native, happiness;
- Respect, happiness;
- Adversity, troubles, both physical and mental;
- Happiness, enhanced prestige, respect from others;
- Humility, i.e. loss of respect;
- Happiness, gain of money
Thus, Jupiter transit gives good result in 2, 5, 7, 9 and 11 houses from natal moon. It is a fact that there is a close connection between Jupiter’s auspicious transit houses and the houses for which it is a fixed natural karaka ie the 2nd (Dhana and Kutumba), 5th (Putra), 9th (Dharma), 10th (Satkarma) and 11th (Labha). As a matter of fact the 7th house transit is considered auspicious, probably because on the 1-7 axis, natal Moon, and transit Jupiter align not only in the mutual kendras, but fully aspect each other as well, thus forming a powerful Gaja Kesari Yoga.
According to astrology, Guru is the Lord of Dhanur (Sagittarius) and Meena (Pisces). He has a high effect in Karka (Cancer) and a low effect in Makar (Capricorn). The opposite action of Guru is in the form of right ear and liver ailment, diabetes, stomach-gas, air accident etc. On the materialistic side, he affects the areas of determination, business, education, and court.
Specialty of this Guru Peyarchi on May 17th 2012
- This Guru Peyarchi- 2012-2013 will be excellent time for Makaram (Capricorn) and Vrischikam (Scorpio)
- It gives a reasonably well placed and good time for Mesham (Aries) and Karaka (Cancer).
- It will give moderate results to Kumbham (Aquarius).
- This Guru peyarchi is not good for other 6 rashis – Vrishabam (Taurus), Mithunam (Gemini), Simham (Leo), Thulam (Libra), Dhanus (Sagittarius) and Meenam (Pisces) for various reasons.
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On the 17th May 2012, there is a unique culmination of 04 planets in the same rasi of Vrishabha as is shown in this planetary transit diagram. Also it happens on a Thursday, which is referred to as GuruVaar/Thursday or Vyazhankazhamai (Vyazhan is Guru in Tamil). An auspicious day for plenty of homas and poojas and archanas. This Transit will be one to watch out for.
For more detailed readings for the 12 signs/Rasi, this Guru Peyarchi-2012, read here:
- Mesha Rasi- Aries
- Vrishabha Rasi- Taurus
- Mithuna Rasi- Gemini
- Karaka Rasi- Cancer
- Simha Rasi- Leo
- Kanya Rasi- Virgo
- Thula Rasi- Libra
- Vrishchika Rasi- Scorpio
- Dhanur Rasi- Sagittarius
- Makara Rasi- Capricorn
- Kumbha Rasi- Aquarius
- Meena Rasi- Pisces