January 2, 2024
A person with Moon in Moola Nakshatra has an investigative mind. This is because the person thinks scientifically and has a natural talent for research and finding information. The mental curiosity of a person is extraordinary. When they focus their mental energy on an issue, they have the deep power to get to the ‘root cause’ of a problem. As a result, one can solve even the most complex situations.
Individuals love to search for information related to astrology, magic, mysticism, and the esoteric. She has a special talent when it comes to healing and nourishment (Moon) with herbs, especially root herbs. Mother (Moon) may experience, situations that suddenly uproot (eliminate). However, no matter the situation, what is uprooted is replanted with strong roots. Moola Nakshatra is ruled by Ketu; Therefore, the planet Moon is a Ketu Nakshatra and Ketu is related to karma and past life. So, a person with a Moon in the root has a karmic connection with his mother and may have known his mother in a previous life.
Moola Nakshatra is about the secret and the unknown, the individual has an unprecedented gift that gives them the ability to penetrate the veil of the unconscious and bring hidden areas to the surface. The person may have memories of his previous life, these memories may come in the form of daydreams or even in the dream world.
The Moon is coming out of Scorpio but still has some Scorpio qualities at its core. Both are ruled by Ketu. Like Jyeshtha in Scorpio, Mool is also a Gandamool Nakshatra and Gandanta Bindu. If the Moon is in the original sign then it is not in a pleasant position in any way.
The Moon represents the mind and represents original research and investigation. Therefore, Moon in the native creates a person who has a very research-oriented mind. In any field of work or study, they will be inclined towards research work. It also gives great interest or inclination toward magic, spirituality, and mysticism. The root is ruled by Ketu which represents separation and isolation, this may make them feel separated/alienated from their mother. They may also feel that their mother is not fair towards them.
There will be a similar feeling of isolation for people representing the house that the Moon rules. As such, if the Moon rules the third house, they may feel alienated from their younger siblings. Also, as Ketu represents past life connection, it shows that there may be some karma left over from their past life with their mother. Moreover, they may have emotional problems since childhood, and meditation can help a lot in this. They are generally seen in research, medical, or occult fields.
In this Pada, the person is charming, has a stable mind, indicates an emperor within himself, is sick, eats volcanoes in his own country but achieves success in foreign countries. The person has a happy record, desires to become great, and is aggressive. If Mars and Venus meet in Ardra Nakshatra, then the wife meets other men in the absence of her husband.
In this Pada, the person aspires to become great, has bad relations with his principles and rival, is sad due to fraud, and makes big plans but does dishonest work.
In this Pada, the businessman remains a businessman, earns good money with hard work, and makes business by tricking the documents. If the Sun Mars or Saturn affects the person then he is born a lawyer.
In this Pada, the person speaks the truth, listens to someone’s voice in front of the truth, has an eagerness for work, shows off, caressing and looking after trees and plants is very much liked. Health and business suffer due to casteism.
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. There are two and a half constellations in Sagittarius which are Moola, Purva-Ashadha, and Uttara-Ashadha. The lord of Sagittarius is Jupiter. If the Moon is in Moola Nakshatra, then talk to astrologer to know its effect on the person.
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