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Unread 03-17-2017, 01:09 AM
vic vic is offline
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Retrograde planet acts as debilitated?

Right now venus is in Pisces its exaltation, tho it is retrograde.

Will this be as venus will be acting like a debilitated planet because its retrograde?


Also one question about dasha pravesh,

What do you look for more than the place the planets sits in when the dasha starts, Do you look at also conjunctions to this planets, and the dignity of the planets conjunct the dasha planet?

So for example, start of mahadasha Mercury, Venus retrograde in piscies conjunct mercury.

and mercury transiting the 3rd house, But do you also look at the 9th house in dasha pravesh because the 7th house aspect or only at where the planets sitting the exact moment dasha starts, Also, does the conjunction with venus play any role, if so, does the retrograde in pisces make venus weak.

Blessings!

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Unread 03-17-2017, 02:19 AM
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Re: Retrograde planet acts as debilitated?

In jyotish (unlike in traditional Western astrology) retrograde planets are considered MORE powerful and they are considered to be exalted in their retrograde motion.
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