India is a beautiful country with its diversified culture(s) and religion(s), languages, dialects, scientific and spiritual enlightenment, astrology, numerology, palmistry et al. “We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made” – Albert Einstein
In astrology, a natal chart is a stylized map of the universe with the “native” (the individual or subject or anything Created or Built to be studied) at the center. It is calculated for the exact time and location of the native’s birth for the purposes of gaining insight into the native’s personality and potential. Commonly used alternative names for the natal chart include birth chart, horoscope, natus, nativity, radix, geniture and genethliac chart, among others. The chart shows the positions of the sun, moon, planets, and potentially other celestial objects, all referred to as the native’s “planets,” within the frames of references defined by the astrological signs and houses. While taking inspiration from the charts, I still chart my own destiny.
The accurate birth time (generally agreed upon as the first breath or intake of air) and location are deemed necessary by astrologers for the calculation of the exact degree of the signs that are rising, setting, culminating up, and culminating down, known respectively the ascendant (or “rising sign”), descendant, medium coeli (or “midheaven”), and imum coeli (or “lower midheaven”). These degrees, also known as the angles, are essential for mapping the positions of the native’s twelve houses. One can find inspiration and motivation from numerology and astrology but the determination is the key component.
To sum it up, imagination alone isn’t enough; inspiration, admiration, motivation, good-will, righteousness, enthusiasm, appreciation and trust are needed to beef up the Creativity.
Therefore, someone can have a Sun sign Leo but a Moon sign Sagittarius. Since Sagittarius is ruled by Jupiter, Thursday becomes the important day of the week. There are other important elements related to preceding. Luck and good fortune are associated with Jupiter for good reason. It is considered to be one of the most benefic planets in astrology.
Jupiter’s celestial brilliance portrays vitality, power, strength, and freedom of will. The laurel crown symbolizes a radiance of creative understanding; the sceptre draws divine inspiration down to earth.
Indeed some Thursday’s are a pure Blessing; some Thursday’s are a Blessing in disguise; and, some Thursday’s are simply governed by Murphy’s Law (from stem to stern) — “The Good, The Bad, The Ugly”, respectively.
Time and again, I observed that starting a project on Thursday is absolutely fantastic unless, of course, Murphy’s Law is in motion. Every week I know something good (no matter how insignificant) will happen on Thursday. Nevertheless, a positive outlook towards life is the key element, no matter what day of the week it is.
In closing, “India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grand mother of tradition” – Mark Twain