January 5, 2024
Moola is made up of nine stars at the end of Scorpio and is the location of the center of the galaxy which Western astrologers refer to as the Galactic Center. The amazing patch of sky in the night sky looks like a white river. Moola means “root” or “center” and people whose Sun, Moon, or Lagna lord is in this Nakshatra are very straightforward and do not like to move around. It is the core of the galaxy and is ruled by Ketu which seeks to get to the core of everything: hidden purposes, events, and basic roots. Ketu is associated with past lives and Moola seeks to bind together all the talents of a person’s past lives. The position of Mars in this constellation makes the person suffer from diseases. However, the native will have good relations with his siblings.
The action and energy of Mars in Moola Nakshatra is going towards research research-oriented areas. The root is the part of Sagittarius which represents higher education and the root itself represents research. Mars in Root/Sagittarius can show someone who can excel in any research-oriented subject. Mars will give him enough strength and commitment to keep researching things until he completes the task. Mars is in friendly sign, so it is a good position for education and research. Moolah’s secret and mysterious interests will obviously result in this situation.
Mars is a fire planet and Sagittarius is a fire element zodiac sign. So, when Mars is in Mool/Sagittarius, it is like double fire energy in that particular house. The root is ruled by Ketu and the Mars-Ketu conjunction is always explosive so this shows that this person can be fiery by nature and can get angry easily. Ketu is leaderless, so they can vent their anger on innocent people without thinking. Therefore, this position of Mars can be painful in terms of relationships. Mars represents brothers, lovers, and male friends, so there is a possibility of aggressive relations or almost no relations/complete separation with them. Overall, the planetary position can give good knowledge but can be challenging in terms of relationships.
In this stage, a person acquires authority when he does not get his rights, commits violent acts, does not remain silent when there is an argument between more than one person, commits violent acts, works by being stable in one place, and acts because of enemies. The doer is about to face loss. After marriage, tension continued to increase for about a year.
In this phase, the person breaks the stability of the family, works contrary to the tradition followed by the country, suffers from arthritis, is weak in work due to fat and heavy body but does hard work. The one who portrays the character is the one who commits violent acts.
In this stage, the one who does demonic work of caste has a selfish nature, breaks the group, changes the dynasty tradition, shows off his money and Buddhism, works in a stable manner, and does not tolerate the matter of principles – There is someone to watch over there.
In this phase, the person has happiness and wealth, is able to support the family, is related to wealth, has darshan at religious places, is fond of learning knowledge like tantra-mantra, etc.
Moola Nakshatra is the constellation of research, knowing deeply, and knowing the hidden truth of things and people in life. The root is part of the Sagittarius sign, so Sagittarius and things represented by Sagittarius are important here. Apart from this it also represents coaching, universities, professors, and preachers. Moola Nakshatra is the constellation of higher intelligence, the written law of the land. There are two and a half constellations in Sagittarius which are Moola, Purva-Ashadha, and Uttara-Ashadha. The lord of Sagittarius is Jupiter. If you want to know more about Moola Nakshatra then talk to astrologers.
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