A Comparative Study Of BSP Vs BCP


By

Abhishekha, USA.

SA Reviewer: Rajendra R Shah, India

Preface

For the last 2 years we have been flushed with emails, phone calls from all quarters as to the source of the magical Bhrighu Saral Paddathi which as per many have re-christened astrology but one question remained unanswered the logic of these magical sutras. Mentor a year back had asked us to find out the logic behind it and our limited mind had given up on it. As if to answer mentors questions Abhishekha on his own has worked and created the logic. As per us his work exhibits sheer GENIUS but what is Genius to some is not so to others especially those who can’t see others prosper, a trait common among astrologers. Abhishekha’s logic might not be the Rishis logic/ might not be the logic of the writer of BSPs yet it speaks of a genuine logical approach in unraveling the mystery of BSPs. – SA Editor/Publisher

Introduction

Saptarishis Astrology Research Team did a splendid job in their recent volume (volume 7) of the magazine. One of the key article series in all their volumes were Bhrigu Saral Paddathi (Bhrigu is the Sage, Saral means Easy, Paddathi means Method). I wrote an article today (Dec 5, 2009) on the same with a different perspective titled – “A Look into Maharshi Bhrighu’s Easy Methodology” [1]. In this current article I would summarize the findings of the last article and try to do a comparative study of BSP with BCP (Maharshi Bhrighu’s Chakra Paddhati).


Rule # Planet House Aspect Age Transit Position (approx) Aspect from transit planet BCP House Activation
6 Mars 10 _ 27 1.88 12-7/8 4,7,8 3
8 Rahu 6 _ 38 18.6 12 7 2
9 Ketu 12 _ 24 18.6 10 9 from Rahu 12
10 Jupiter 9 9 40 1 5 5 4
11 Jupiter 5 5 32 1 9 9 8
13 Saturn 3 3 20 28 9 7 7

The columns defined in the table above are described in detail below –

Rule # – This is the BSP (acronym for Bhrigu Saral Paddathi) Rule number as given in the Volume 6 & 7 of the SA magazine.

Planet – The rule is about the planet in this column.

House – The effect of the planet is faced in this house relative to the placement of the planet in the natal chart.

Aspect – The particular aspect of the planet that falls on the mentioned house.

Age – The age of the native in which he/she experiences the effect of the planet.

Transit – The transit period of natural of the planet to return to its placement in the natal chart.

Position – The approximate position of the transit planet with respect to the natal position of the planet in the time specified by the Age column.

Aspect from Transit Planet – The aspect from the transit planet at the age of the native mentioned with respect to the natal planet.

BCP House Activation – According to Maharshi Bhrigu’s Chakra Paddhati, the house that is activated in the natal chart in the age of the native specified.

BSP Rule # 6 and BCP

BSP Rule states that in the 27th year of the native, Mars implements 10H from itself.

In the article – “A Look into Maharshi Bhrighu’s Easy Methodology”, I discussed the possible reasoning behind this rule.

When transit Mars would be in the 3H from natal Mars, it would aspect the 10th from natal Mars by its 8th Aspect.

When transit Mars would be in the 4H from natal Mars, it would aspect the 10th from natal Mars by its 7th Aspect.

When transit Mars would be in the 7H from natal Mars, it would aspect the 10th from natal Mars by its 4th Aspect.

As per BCP, the house activated in one’s chart in the 27th year is the 3rd house.

Readers who are not familiar with BCP (Maharshi Bhrighu’s Chakra) are requested to refer to SA Volume 3.

Mars is the karaka of the 3H and is the natural signification of Agni tattwa (element). Mars gets digbala in the 10H. The 10th from Mars will be zone for status, work and position where Mars will punish or reward depending on one’s karma in the 3H of urges.

Readers are encouraged to read the “Publitorial” of SA Vol7 on “Unlocking of Karma” where the connection between 3H and 10H is indicated.

Why 27th year for this activation?

As per BCP, the 3H of urges gets activated in the years – 3, 15, 27, 39 etc. However, why did Maharshi Bhrigu mention 27th year specifically?

The reason is also very simple. In a human life, there are two planets that give the energy or Agni to execute a task. They are Sun and Mars. Sun gives light and Mars gives heat. Both these planets get digbala (or directional strength) in the 10H. Now, Sun matures in the 22nd year and Mars in the 28th year. Between 22nd and 28th year, 27th year is the only year when according to BCP, the 3H of urges gets activated in the native’s life. Thus, the 27th year is when the native will be tested on matters of the 3H and rewarded or punished accordingly by the 10th House from Mars. This is the age when we are put to test by the planet of energy – Mars.

BSP Rule # 8 and BCP

BSP Rule states that in the 38th year of the native, Rahu implements 6H from itself.

In the article – “A Look into Maharshi Bhrighu’s Easy Methodology”, I discussed the possible reasoning behind this rule.

When transit Rahu would be in the 12H from natal Rahu, it would aspect the 6th from natal Rahu by its 7th Aspect.

When transit Rahu would be in the 12H from natal Rahu, the 6th from natal Rahu would be conjunct transit Ketu.

As per BCP, the house activated in one’s chart in the 38th year is the 2nd house.

The rule given here by Maharshi Bhrigu is nothing less than work of pure genius. The house that implements at the 38th year is the 6th house from Rahu. It is widely known by all that the 6th house from any planet signifies its enemy zone or weakness. Rahu’s biggest enemy is also known by all – it is none other than shower of light Jupiter. Jupiter is also the karaka of the 2H. Thus, in the 38th year, Rahu implements its enemy house and thus works as an agent Jupiter.

Why 38th year for this activation?

As per BCP, the 2H of wealth gets activated in the years – 2, 14, 26, 38 etc. However, why did Maharshi Bhrigu mention 38th year specifically?

Jupiter matures at 16 years of age. The next 2nd house cycle should have been 26th year of the native. However, Venus matures in the 25th year and thus over shadows the effect of Jupiter in the 2nd house. The human mind, in very generic terms, at the age of 25 is more focused on Venus than Jupiter. The next cycle of 2H comes at the age of 38 and this is when the 6th from Rahu gets activated (or in other terms Jupiter).Thus, the 38th year is when the native will be tested on matters of the 2H and rewarded or punished accordingly by Jupiter (also indicated by the 6th house from natal Rahu).

BSP Rule # 9 and BCP

BSP Rule states that in the 24th year of the native, Ketu implements 12H from itself.

In the article – “A Look into Maharshi Bhrighu’s Easy Methodology”, I discussed the possible reasoning behind this rule.

When transit Ketu would be in the 10H from natal Ketu, it would aspect the 12th from natal Ketu by its 3rd Aspect.

When transit Ketu would be in the 10H from natal Ketu, transit Rahu would aspect the 12th from natal Ketu by its 9th aspect.

As per BCP, the house activated in one’s chart in the 24th year is the 12th house.

The rule given here by Maharshi Bhrigu is nothing less than work of pure genius. The house that implements at the 24th year is the 12th house from Ketu. Ketu is the planet for detachment and thereby death. It is a known fact that people with Ketu in their Ascendant would have surely faced death face-2-face in their lives. Also, people with Ketu in Lagna (and/or aspecting the 5H) are prone to have childbirth issues than people without the combination. The 12th from Ketu would be indicated by a planet that does just the opposite i.e. give life. The only planet that can do so is the Moon – the mother.

Thus in the 24th year, the 12th from Ketu gets implemented as it acts as an agent of Moon.

Why 24th year for this activation?

As per BCP, the 12H of loss gets activated in the years – 12, 24, 36, 42 etc. However, why did Maharshi Bhrigu mention 24th year specifically?

Moon matures at 24 years of age. Thus, the 24th year is when the native will be tested on matters of the 12H and rewarded or punished accordingly by Moon (also indicated by the 12th house from natal Ketu).

BSP Rule # 10 and BCP

BSP Rule states that in the 40th year of the native, Jupiter implements 9H from itself by its 9th aspect.

In the article – “A Look into Maharshi Bhrighu’s Easy Methodology”, I discussed the possible reasoning behind this rule.

When transit Jupiter would be in the 5H from natal Jupiter, it aspect the 9th House from natal Jupiter by its 5th Aspect (Relative trine placement of natal and transit Jupiter).

As per BCP, the house activated in one’s chart in the 40th year is the 4th house.

4th house of the horoscope is the Vidya sthana (the seat of knowledge). The three houses of moksha (Moksha Trikona) in a natal chart are 4th, 8th and 12th Houses. In the natural 4H of Cancer it gets exalted. Apart from this, the cycle of 12 years of Jupiter has a relation with 12 houses of a chart stressing the connection of Jupiter with the moksha trikona of any chart.

Jupiter is the karaka of the 5H and the 9H and is also the natural signification of Akash tattwa (element). In a chart, Akash Tattwa gets merged with Jala Tattwa (Moksha Trikona) with time. In childhood, Moon is the primary karaka of the 4H but Jupiter shares this responsibility with the Moon as one grows up.  However, the 9th from Jupiter indicates dharma and it is a very clear connection with the 4H. Only a person clean at heart can follow his dharma. The 9th from Jupiter will be the zone for righteousness, luck and dharma where Jupiter will punish or reward depending on one’s karma based on one’s 4H of purity at heart.

Why 40th year for this activation?

As per BCP, the 4H of knowledge and learning gets activated in the years – 4, 16, 28, 40 etc. However, why did Maharshi Bhrigu mention 40th year specifically?

In a human life, the primary karaka of 4H is Moon. Jupiter matures at 16 but it is said that Jupiter truly is man of 30 years of age. Moreover, out of pancha tatvas (five elements one is made up with), man takes considerable time to comprehend the influence of Akash Tattwa. 4th and 16th year are very tender years of native so Moon would primarily function there. 28th year is when Mars matures so the focus would be Agni. 40th year would then perhaps be the only age when the 9th aspect of Jupiter can be completely experienced.

Even in BSP-8 we say Jupiter (as the significator of the 6H from Rahu) giving effect only in the 38th year.

In BSP-11 as well Jupiter’s 5th aspect will give result only in the 32nd year.

In BSP-10, we see Jupiter’s 9th aspect giving result in the 40th year.

BSP Rule # 11 and BCP

BSP Rule states that in the 32nd year of the native, Jupiter implements 5H from itself by its 5th aspect.

In the article – “A Look into Maharshi Bhrighu’s Easy Methodology”, I discussed the possible reasoning behind this rule.

When transit Jupiter would be in the 9H from natal Jupiter, it aspect the 5th House from natal Jupiter by its 9th Aspect (Relative trine placement of natal and transit Jupiter).

As per BCP, the house activated in one’s chart in the 32nd year is the 8th house.

8th house of the horoscope is the Gupta sthana (the seat of hidden/occult knowledge). The three houses of moksha (Moksha Trikona) in a natal chart are 4th, 8th and 12th Houses. Apart from this, the cycle of 12 years of Jupiter has a relation with 12 houses of a chart stressing the connection of Jupiter with the moksha trikona of any chart.

Jupiter is the karaka of the 5H and the 9H and is also the natural signification of Akash tattwa (element).  In a chart, Akash Tattwa gets merged with Jala Tattwa (Moksha Trikona) with time. In childhood, Saturn is the primary karaka of the 8H but Jupiter shares this responsibility with the Saturn if one has the promise in one’s chart to know hidden knowledge.  It also shows Tapasya or severe penance without which true knowledge cannot be gained. However, the 5th from Jupiter indicates creativity, innovation, knowledge assimilation power and it is a very clear connection with the 8H for an occult knowledge seeker. Only a fertile mind can grasp the mysteries of the occult. The 5th from Jupiter will be zone for knowledge, intellect and purva punya and this is where Jupiter will punish or reward depending on one’s karma based on one’s 8H of austerity and penance.

Why 32nd year for this activation?

As per BCP, the 8H of occult knowledge gets activated in the years – 8, 20, 32, 44 etc. However, why did Maharshi Bhrigu mention 32nd year specifically?

In a human life, the primary karaka of 8H is Saturn. Jupiter matures at 16 but it is said that Jupiter truly is man of 30 years of age. Moreover, out of pancha tattwas (five elements) one is made up with, man takes considerable time to comprehend the influence of Akash Tattwa. 8th and 20th year are years where longevity is very critical and important so Saturn would primarily function. 32nd year would then perhaps be the only age when the 5th aspect of Jupiter can be completely experienced.

Even in BSP-8 we say Jupiter (as the significator of the 6H from Rahu) giving effect only in the 38th year.

In BSP-10, we see Jupiter’s 9th aspect giving result in the 40th year.

BSP Rule # 13 and BCP

BSP Rule states that in the 20th year of the native, Saturn implements 3H from itself by its 3rd aspect.

In the article – “A Look into Maharshi Bhrighu’s Easy Methodology”, I discussed the possible reasoning behind this rule.

When transit Saturn would be in the 9H from natal Saturn, it would aspect the 3rd from natal Saturn by its 7th Aspect.

As per BCP, the house activated in one’s chart in the 20th year is the 8th house.

8th house of the horoscope is the Gupta sthana (the seat of hidden/occult knowledge).

It is also Ayus sthana (the house of longevity).

It was clearly mentioned in “BSP Rule #11 and BCP” that how the primary karaka of the same 8H changes from Saturn to Jupiter as the age of a person progresses. In ages 8 and 20, longevity is the primary concern of the 8H.

The karaka of the 8H is Saturn and its 3rd aspect is indeed deadly. Saturn’s 3rd aspect is sometimes compared to the 3rd eye of Shiva. Saturn’s 3rd aspect would indicate work, labor, bondage, slavery, constricted feeling, also position, social status, karma. Saturn is a giver of social marriage as well. It can also signify travel, separation, poverty, sorrow and solitude.

Why 20th year for this activation?

As per BCP, the 8H of longevity gets activated in the years – 8, 20, 32, 44 etc. However, why did Maharshi Bhrigu mention 20th year specifically?

The primary karaka of 8H is Saturn. Although Saturn reaches maturity at 36 years but in case of longevity he is the primary karaka. Moreover, Sun the primary karaka of the 1H of health matures at 22 years. Thus if any major event related to Saturn has to happen to the native especially with matters of the 8H, 20th year would seem the best time.

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