I would like to open this discussion to other astrologers, so I will enable comments and welcome input.
I am looking at a chart of Miyagi, Japan on March 11, 2011 at 14:41. I am not really looking much at houses, so if there is a better time it wont make much difference to the initial observations I have to make.
(A) All the planets are hemmed between the lunar nodes, Rahu and Ketu.
(B) Saturn is the only planet outside the hem, and is therefore the focus of all the energy of most of these planets aspects. (near perfect aspects from Mars, Mercury and Jupiter and a somewhat significant aspect from the Sun)
(C) Saturn disperses the brunt of its own aspect upon the two nodes and Jupiter (54/60 to Rahu, 43/60 to Ketu, 49/60 to Jupiter)
(D) Saturn was with phenomenal shad-bala strength (196%) and low vimshopaka dignity (9/20)
(E) An undignified Mars (9/20) puts a nearly full aspect (57/60) to Saturn.
(F) Rahu in Moola (Ketu’s nakshatra). Mars in Satabhishaka (Rahu’s Nakshatra).
The Navamsha of this event is also asking to be observed. In that Chart the axis of the lunar nodes lines up with the Sun and Jupiter. Saturn perfectly aspects Mercury, and Saturn and the Moon exchange houses.
I would appreciate your comments and additional observations.
- Vic DiCara