January 16, 2024
People with Mercury in Jyeshta Nakshatra communicate with authority and power. The tone of his voice is very impressive and commanding; As a result, when they speak, people often listen. This is because the planet Mercury is in its own next constellation. Therefore, communication abilities will be influenced by the energy of Jyestha (authoritative and commanding). On the other hand, they enjoy spreading information related to esoteric sciences and occult information; However, they may do so from a commanding and leadership perspective. As a result, they can become leaders of spiritual and occult organizations, especially when it comes to writing, dictation, communication, and speaking about the occult sciences. However, if anyone challenges his intelligence, Jyestha Vajra can strike him. Furthermore, they have the privilege of attaining senior management positions in any field of communication, such as marketing, advertising, blogging, social media, writing, etc. They have been able to achieve amazing achievements in their positions in the field of communication. On the other hand, people they are friends with can support their mental curiosity by providing them with secret information.
Mercury is in the enemy sign and its own constellation is ruled by Mars. So, it is kind of an average position where the planet is strong at the Nakshatra level but weak at the Rashi level. I will write a separate article on how to interpret the planets in such a situation. The general theme around Mercury, Scorpio, and Jyestha is occult. Jyeshta is the nearest Nakshatra for occult and research-oriented subjects. As we know, Scorpio is the main zodiac sign of witchcraft.
Mercury is the causative planet of astrology. This position can give immense interest in the secret side of life or any kind of research-oriented work. Since Mercury represents business, business related to occult knowledge is best for them. They can be very fair and just in their business. They may also be very ambitious or derive ego satisfaction from the success of their business. This can be a difficult situation for the relationship as Mercury is not only in the enemy sign but is Jyestha Gandmoola Nakshatra which also has a Gandanta degree. Therefore, it can bring a lot of instability on the relationship front.
In this Pada, the worker is hard working, willing to sacrifice for his own benefit, facing many problems in life, having prestige in the family and society, being the head of the family, and fulfilling the responsibility of the family.
In this Pada, the astrologer is soft-spoken, faces many economic perspectives, gets angry excessively, and does his own best for the sake of his soul. The person is likely to maintain a desire to establish a relationship with an outsider friend.
In this Pada, the person is able to consolidate good profits from the government, do tourism business with his in-laws, and support his family.
In this Pada, the person has the same qualities as in the first phase, in which the person is going to pawn the shares for his own benefit. The natives do not like to take help from investors in their business.
Jyestha Nakshatra is the Nakshatra of feeling better or higher than others. It represents orderly and just people. It is the constellation most closely associated with esotericism and mysticism. Jyestha is a part of Scorpio, hence Scorpio and its representation also become important. The sign of Scorpio also represents change, i.e. turning the whole of nature upside down. Wherever Scorpio falls in your chart, you may face the biggest challenges in making things more stable related to that house. Scorpio is also one of those unique zodiac signs that have 2 lords, i.e. Mars and Ketu. The next group of two-and-a-half constellations in Scorpio is Vishakha, Anuradha, and Jyestha. If you want to know more about the effect of Mercury in Jyeshta Nakshatra then talk to astrologers.
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