Milind N Chitambar (www.facebook.com/AstroMNC & Milind.Chitambar@gmail.com)
Search AstroMNC Blog Articles example Chandra+Ketu, Shani+Rahu etc
For questions/analysis use CHAT for AstroMNC FB page: http://www.facebook.com/AstroMNC or firstname.lastname@example.org and I am also on Facebook . While sending queries please send your b-date (10-APR-19xx), b-time, b-place, specific questions. Please do not post information in the comments section here.
Mars in the 8th
house of a Horoscope: Mission Impossible
“Son your Ego is
writing checks, your body can’t cash!” J
What I have observed over the years that Mangal or Mars
draws a lot of attention from non-Astro folks. So I thought of writing down a
quick article about Mars’ effects in all the 12 houses. I will try to cover in
a very objective manner keeping side my creativity (whatever little) aside.
A Horoscope is called
as “Manglik” if Mangal is placed in one of 1, 4, 7, 8, 12 houses; i.e. 5 out 12
people in this world are Manglik (aprx 42%). It indicates that it is not a big
deal then? There are various varieties of Mangal coined by Astrologers: Kadak
Mangal, Soumya Mangal etc! J Mangal with a Soumya
planet like Moon or Venus is usually treated as Soumya. Or Mangal in Guru’s
drushti is called Soumya. Even the one with Shani’s drushti is considered
Soumya! So basically --- All Manglik varieties are Soumya?! J More on that later.
Mars is the governor of: Blood, Siblings, sports, land,
vehicles, speed, aggression, adrenaline, The South direction.
Mars in the 8th
house of a Horoscope (Moksha/Spiritual Trikon, Inheritance, Mrutyu/Death or
rather Ayushya Sthan, Internal Reprod organs, Kidney)
The 8th house is not in sync with the 1st
house; it opposes the 1st house and shows the obstacles, physical
pain or loss of energy. The 8th house is 2nd in spiritual
triangle (4 8 12) and shows yoga, alternative medicine, occult, mysterious
stuff or hidden/secretive stuff. It is called as Mrutyu (death) house but is
also called as ayushya (life) house, more than longevity it shows the situation
(type/nature etc) at the time of death.
Mars in the 8th house is troublesome to self.
These folks write cheques their body can’t cash! J They are known to do
stuff beyond their physical limits. Mission impossible hero Ethan Hunt is the
best example of the 8th house Mars. It is obvious that these folks
drive bikes & cars VERY fast – they tend to know the bike/car limits
instinctively but rest of the folks don’t! J It is a stupidity to
give them even a bicycle in their childhood – be prepared to attend them anytime!
Yes, Jupiter drushti on this Mars makes it much tolerable as Jupiter allows
them to do all these things with calculated risks and know exact limits of
these things. Multiple marks on their face (teeth, eyes, eyebrows, nose) are
very common due to childhood activities. Yes, this excess energy tends to get
channeled better from the age of say 28/29 etc for guys and say 24/25 for
girls. Saturn movement on this Mars or opposite (or even 4th) to this
Mars teaches them very valuable lessons not to take matters beyond a certain limit.
If this signal is ignored -- the repercussions are far more serious (loss of a
finger, broken legs or even permanent damage affecting quality of life) – of
course this Mangal needs to be too much of a badly placed in order for this to
happen and even then there are so many social / family values etc pulls etc to
keep folks away from this.
There is an excess energy in these folks
which is for everyone to see. They seem not to get tired, they are but they do
not think that way and continue to put in efforts with the same vigor. They do
go through periods of excess hard-work and then recuperation by
over-sleeping/resting. The 8th house does give Sinusoidal wave of energy
dissipation. A High peak followed by a high valley. Their sports career or
overall career also seem to have the same pattern of periods of tremendous hard
work followed by periods of Business-As-Usual. They can accelerate any time
they want & also again go to cruise control when they think so. It is VERY
VERY difficult to brand them or to predict them with accuracy!
They speak very
fast (unless Mars is in a fixed sign) and their speech is not clear, especially,
in childhood. It takes time for them to say “R”! J Sanskrit shlokas can
really clear their speech / tongue. Eating
habits are usually irregular and they like spicy stuff. Eating on some
shabby joints is quite likely (taparis) as the 8th house does show
such hidden or not very well known places. These are the folks who suggest that
certain place has very good wada-paav or Misal that not many people are aware! J
This Mars of course shows karmic obligation towards siblings (all kinds including cousins)
and they usually tend to be elder ones in the family in their generation or
have to act like one. It also shows some bad land related karma in the family. This karma if bad could cause
blood related issues in the family to make you spend exactly the equivalent
amount the family gained due to land stuff. Kidney failures, piles or any kind
of blood issues indicate such stuff. Karmic
healing works wonders for any 8 or 12 house planets. Donating blood,
land(!) to Non-Profit -Organizations works wonders. Donations to blood cancer
research institutes, helping cousins, siblings also wonderful. Needless to say
gym / regular walk / running is a must to keep blood circulation regular as 8th
house does show irregularity for sure.
I can tell you
countless examples from my childhood where I jumped from 3/4th floor into
construction sand or went to an apartment on 3rd floor from other
apartment gallery and so on; broken teeth due to “Kabbadi” (Trying to get hold
of Harkesh Singh)– a scar still on my lips (a stitch that came out); stitches
in my head (no kidding – HEAD – the noise that reverberates in your head when
they put stitch in head is amazing to say the least!) J Trying to walk on the walls of adjacent building wall
(“Chandranagar” in Nashik) full of glass pieces specially put for me! J (Spending hours on tamarind trees and taking pride in
climbing any kind of tree!) Knowingly running in to a tree full of thorns to
take a “catch” (3 balls 5 runs – you got to attempt that catch!) J Trying to take a VERY fast turn on sand (bicycle—countless
injuries on knees); Broken arm at the age of 4/5 etc