The Dvādaśāṁśa: D12 is one-twelfth part of a rāśi measuring 2°30′ arc. There are 144 Dvādaśāṁśa in the zodiac as 12×12=144. But unlike the horā D2 chart maps to the second house of the rāśi chart in the physical plane of consciousness, the Dvādaśāṁśa although a D12 chart, maps to two houses! – the fourth and ninth houses of parents. In addition it also maps to the 12th house to indicate father’s mother as well as mother’s father. it also maps to the 7th house to indicate mother’s mother.
In sanskrit, the number 12 is associated with the Sun due to the dvadasa aditya. Hence another name for Dvādaśāṁśa is Suryāṁśa
- Dvādaśāṁśa Concepts - Dvādaśāṁśa mapping The first dvādaśāṁśa of every sign which extends from 0°00’- 2°30’ of every sign, is mapped into the same sign. For example, the first dvādaśāṁśa of Aries is mapped into Aries and is lorded by Mars the lord of Aries or the first dvādaśāṁśa of Leo is mapped into Leo and is lorded […]
- Dvādaśāṁśa: Parents - Dvādaśāṁśa devatā Gaṇeśa, Dasra (Aśvinī Kumar), Yama and Ahi (Sarpa) repeating three times, in that order are the four devatā of the dvādaśāṁśa. Devatā Dvādaśāṁśa based on longitude in any sign Gaṇeśa 1 0°00’- 2°30’ 5 10°00’- 12°30’ 9 20°00’- 22°30’ Dasra (Aśvinī Kumar) 2 2°30’- 5°00’ 6 12°30’- 15°00’ 10 22°30’- 25°00’ Yama 3 […]
- D12: Grandparents - Dvādaśāṁśa and grandparents Grandparents, both maternal and paternal are examined from the dvādaśāṁśa. The paternal grandparents are seen from the 9th (father) and 4th (mother) houses from the ninth house which are the fifth house (paternal grandfather) and twelfth house (paternal grandmother) as well as the same houses from the natural significator Jupiter (paternal grandparents) […]
- D12: Abuse - Saturn Devouring His Son by Spanish artist Francisco Goya Child abuse by parents The planets signifying childhood are the Moon (Baby 0-1 year), Mars (1-4 years) and Mercury (4-12 years). Adolescence and youth are ruled by Venus from 12 to 32 years. These planets become significant in defining the abuse period and nature of abuse […]