Human Anatomy and its relationship with Astrological signs


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In the last article we saw how various planets contribute to doshas in our body.

Now we will go through each signs and see how and which part of the body gets affected when a particular sign rises and get afflicted. We will now study two signs namely Aries and Taurus.

Aries – Mesha
Aries in our body rules over the head. These people are of pitta nature. If you want to describe this person then remember the animal RAM. It is a positive sign. These persons are impulsive and aggressive. He speaks faster than he thinks and then repents later. He has excess energy force. This is specifically more so when Mars and Sun both fiery planets are placed in the ascendant. These people are explosive in everything what they do. Their anger is not bearable by other.

Aries is a hot, inflammatory and dry sign. These people when has fever they always run 3 to 4 degrees more temperature than others. They are prone to high fevers, diseases of face and brain. But when these people contracted to any disease they are the first to recover.

As far as anatomy is concerned, Aries rules over the head, upper jaw, brain and cerebral portion of brain. Some westerners also take eyes and face too in Aries. However, surprisingly as per westerners the nose is governed by Scorpio.

Taurus – Vrishabh
These people are very stubborn. Remember the animal BULL. You will get the answer. It is a negative sign and earthy in nature. These people are tenacious and when they contract with any disease then it become very difficult for them to overcome it. There is always a fear of sickness in them. Recuperation takes a long time.

Taurus rules over the neck region, thyroid gland, tonsils, lower jaw, ears, cerebellum, atlas, cervical vertebrae, vocal cords, pharynx, etc. As per vedic astrology ears comes under the sign Gemini. These people when the sign is afflicted will cause diseases of glands, tonsils, of the neck, etc.

Sundar Balakrishnan
B.Com., MFM Finance (NMIMS)
2 Year Jyotirvid and 3 Year Jyotirvisharad
(From Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, Mumbai)
Date: 17th December, 2015
Time: 4.30 PM, Mumbai, India

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