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Figure 3: Garbhodakasayi Vishnu The Vishnu Purana confirms this postulation and adds that the Paramatma' is the 'Purusha' and adds that He is 'Kaala' or time the controller of the sixteen laws of material action. Thus evolved the concept of Kaala Purusha personification of time as an aspect of God and the BhaChakra zodiac as the celestial clock that not only represents the Kaala Purusha but also indicates the quality of time.
By a similar process, the Jeevatma or the individual personal soul also enters the body and shares a berth next to the Param Atma in the heart. Parasara18 has opined that the Paramatma resides in all Jeeva's i. Ref: Appendix-1 - Heart lotus is the Hridaya Padma or a psychic energy center in the region of the heart. BPHS 1. The potency of this spark of Vishnu is called Paramatma-amsa whereas the potency of his or her own individual soul is called Jeeva-amsa. This teaching is grossly different from the fundamental atheism of the Sankhya Shastra given in the Sankhya Karika of Isvarakrishna attributed to Kapila.
Kapila Muni the legendary founder of this system of philosophy19 gave this knowledge to His mother Devahuti and is different from Kapila Muni as indicated in the Bhagavatam. The expansion of Vasudeva is based on twenty-five principles Tatwa. The first principle is  the Purusha or Vasudeva the principal evolver Who glances at Prakriti Shakti - personified as Mother Nature while lying on the Karana Sagar causal ocean.
At the first level, the exhalation of Karanodakasayi Vishnu produces innumerable universes that start as a seed and expand as they float above the causal ocean. From intelligence is produced Ahamkara Self consciousness.
Ahamkara interacts with Neela Shakti in the mode of Tamas to produce the Tanmatra five forms of material existence in the particle form. The five forms of gross physical matter called Maha Bhoota was created from these molecular forms. These are also named as the molecular forms as they are not different from their constituent molecules as  Akash - Vacuum or ether,  Vayu - Gas,  There are six systems of Philosophy called Shad-Darshan.
Refer Appendix-4 for more details. Ahamkara interacts with Bhu Shakti in the mode of Rajas to produce the five sense organs called Gyanendriya -  hearing,  touch,  sight,  taste and,  smell and the five organs of action called Karmendriya -  speech,  grasping,  walking,  procreation and,  evacuation. The final product of Ahamkara is the Mana Mind that interacts with the various Gyanendriya and Karmendriya and is influenced by the Tanmatra and Maha Bhoota i.
Narayana, the Supreme Lord has two types of energies. These are the superior Spiritual energy and the other is the inferior material energy that manifests. The spiritual energy is further classified as internal and marginal. These are called Antaranga Shakti internal spiritual energy , Tathastha Shakti marginal spiritual energy and Bahiranga Shakti external material energy.
Just as light loses its intensity as it goes further from the lamp bulb source , so also the Antaranga Shakti is viewed as the concentrated effulgence existing within the Lord and is called Para Shakti as it exists only at the Para level. Tathastha Shakti is like the light just outside the lamp glass cage of the bulb and is also spiritual in the sense that it does not serve the purpose of making objects visible.
The light which is outside the bulb helps us to see objects by reflecting from their surface and in a similar manner the Bahiranga Shakti is the original effulgence, field or potency that is involved in the process of creation. The Antaranga Shakti internal spiritual energy has three attributes. One is called Hladini Shakti and is like Neela Shakti or the pleasure potency and this internal quarter of the Supreme Lord is akin to Sadashiva.
The other attribute is called Sandhini Shakti which is like Sri Shakti or the existential potency and this quarter portion of the Supreme lord is Maha Vishnu. The third attribute of the spiritual energy is called Samvit Shakti and is like Bhu Shakti or cognitive potency and this quarter of the Supreme Lord is Param Brahma.
Refer Figure-1 where these are schematically shown as the three complete quarters in the imperceptible portion. The Padma Purana refers 17 to these as the Tri-Pada-Vibhuti three quarters and provides elaborate details.
It adds that the material manifestation is in the Eka-Pada-Vibhuti one quarter. The Tathastha Shakti is present in the fourth quarter as the margin or meeting point between the internal Antaranga Shakti and the external Bahiranga Shakti. As mentioned above, this is also spiritual energy and is viewed by Parasara as having two attributes - Sri Shakti and Bhu Shakti.
Narayana in His interaction with the Tathastha Shakti is known as Vasudeva and is represented as a half of the fourth quarter in the schematic diagram Figure-l. This portion is also imperceptible. Vasudeva in His multiple expansions as Kshirodakasayi Vishnu is the Paramatma Universal soul or Macrocosmic expansion. The name Kshirodakasayi 'Vishnu' implies the yoga union of Vasudeva and Sri Shakti and indicates the perception of the Paramatma as being of pure Satwa Guna.
The other Yoga of Vasudeva is with Bhu Shakti and this multiple expansion is called the Jeevatma Individual spirit soul or Microcosmic expansion. These are like the various colors of visible light as well as the invisible 'dark' ultraviolet. Just as the diffracted light colors are like the original white light in every possible sense except the breadth of their spectrum, so also the Jeevatma have the potency of the Paramatma but are different in their individual potency.
These Jeevatma or Jeeva's are like water particles that have acquired excessive energy 'Rajas' from Bhu Shakti to become steam and have left the surface of the boiling water.
Having moved away from the surface of the water these tiny water particles acquire various forms in various substances and being to believe in their independent existence in these substances as being different from the water reservoir from where they originated.
In a similar manner the Jeevatma dwelling in the material substances begin to believe in their independent existence as different from the Paramatma.
The closest contact that any being has with God is the juxtaposition of the Jeevatma and the Paramatma in the heart lotus. The external Bahiranga Shakti is present in the other half of the fourth quarter and has Yoga with Vasudeva as Sri, Bhu and Neela Shakti for the process of creation.
Kshira means milk and Kshirodakasayi means sleeping on the ocean of milk thereby referring to the pure white effulgence of the Paramatma. This shall be discussed in a separate volume under Vimsamsa.
In reality, there are 33 Deva's with about million forms. The word is derived from the root Divu that has ten meanings22 for a better understanding, refer to the glossary 1. Krida - sporting 2. Vijigisha - conquest 3.
Dyuti - intellectual inspiration or brilliancy 5. Stuti - praise 6.
Moda - pleasure 7. Mada - exhilaration, intoxication 8. Swapna - dream 9. Kanti - splendor Gati - direction, movement These words define the purpose of a Deva.
Jaimini defines Deva or Devata as indicated by the Devata Karaka23 planet. Thus Deva or Devata is the Guru and guides or illuminates certain inherent abilities that will develop in this life or the spiritual path or that which leads to fulfillment of desires etc.
Nirukta24 defines Deva as that which a confers benefits Danada b illumines Deepanad or c is the source of such knowledge or illumination Dyutanad. Thus, translating deva as God is conceptually incorrect.
This view is further confirmed without an iota of doubt in the Aitereya Brahmana25 as well as the Sathapatha Brahmana The natural question is 'if Deva's are not Gods, then who or what are the Deva's and in what manner are they linked to Jyotish'? Dhatupatha Refer Chapter 8 ibid 7. We speak of the thirty three Deva of which eight Vasu, eleven Rudra and twelve Aditya add up to thirty one. Indra and Prajapati included bring their number to thirty three. Agnischa prithivi cha vayusch-antarikshamchaa dityascha dyouscha chandramascha nakshatrani chaite Vasava aeteshu hidam sarve vasu hit am aete hidam same vasayante taddyudidam same vasayante tasmad Vasava Hi.
Prima facie this may seem a bit contradictory as Aditya has also been mentioned separately but here it refers to the Sun, Chandra refers to the Moon, Nakshetra are the lunar mansions or the constellations and the remaining five represent the states of material existence. These eight form the primary source of enlightenment about the self. They represent the basic variables that define every creation and its original source of illumination in the ten methods defined earlier as the purpose of the deva.
Dhara - Prithvi Tatwa or solid Anila - Vayu Tatwa or Gas Anala - Agni Tatwa or Energy Dhruva - the pole star representing a. Akash Tatwa - the sky or Vacuum and b. Soma - The Moon Pratyusha - the recurring dawn representing a.
The Sun - as causing the night and day i. Lagna - The ascendant or the point in the eastern horizon as representing the self and is equated to the dawn.
This list is the first principle of Jyotish where the bodies that create all beings as well as guide them through various activities are defined. Birth implies creation and this is the Satvic principle of sustenance of the born or created being.
Dasheme purushe praanaa atmaikadashah te yadas mat marlyaacchreeradtkramanti atha rodanti tad yad rodayanti tasmad Rudra iti. The eleven Rudra27 are defined as Deva's. Ten of these are Rudra are responsible for holding the 'Prana' vital life force or air within the body that sustains the breathing and life.
Thus, their nature is akin to Marut or storm god and in a sense like Vayu the air element.
The eleventh Rudra is Maheswara and is responsible for the Atma soul. These are called Rudra from the root Rud meaning to weep as their 'going away' results in the death of the native and the near and dear ones weep. These eleven Rudra including Maheswara are responsible for the destruction of everything that has been created and form the second principle of Jyotish. In the first stage there is the destruction of the physical body by the 'going away' of any of the ten Rudra.
Rahu has the responsibility of destroying the Luminaries and the signs Dwadasa Aditya. The Rudra can be viewed Jaimini has given considerable details on calculating these eleven Rudra infact ten Rudra and the eleventh he calls Maheswara or Shiva Who is responsible for delivering the soul.
They symbolize the strength of God and are also the strength of the created being as their going away results in the weakness of the body and it is destroyed.
Dwadasamasah samvatsarasya Aeta Adityah aete hidam sarvamadadaanayanti taddwididam sarva madadaana yanti tasmaditya iti.
Dwadasa means twelve and Masa means the month - thus the Dwadasa twelve Aditya are the twelve months represented by the twelve signs in the zodiac. The month is variously defined in Jyotish and this specific reference indicates the motion of the during the period between two consecutive conjunctions with the Moon. This is the synodic month and is about Since the average geo-centric motion of the Sun during 30 days is 30 degrees, this defines the Saura Masa solar month which is the third principle of Jyotish, Twelve such '30 degree motions' result in the Sim returning to its original position and this defines the Samvatsara or 'solar year'.
The solar month and solar year are the foundation of Vedic astrology and that further sub-divisions of time are to be determined based on solar motion.
The word Samvatsara means 'year' and specifically 'solar year' as this is based on the Dwadasa Aditya. This knowledge is of vital importance in determining the period of influence of the planets called 'dasa'. Often astrologers are bogged down with misconceptions about using the solar or lunar year or even other variously defined time periods. They are called Aditya as they are the distributors of food and all materials required for creation and sustenance Dana as well as inspiration, exhilaration, intoxication, sexual vitality and vigor Mada.
The Aditya are the givers and everything comes from them. Thus, the twelve signs represent all the material forms of creation. Katama eko deva iti sa Brahma tyadityachakshate. Stanayitnu means thunder or lightening and refers to the electrical impulses that are used by the brain to control the senses.
Thus Indra is the demigod controlling the senses and the working of the brain as well as the intelligence of all creation. Yagyam is the worship or praise for Prajapati the progenitor. This is the fourth principle of Jyotish and is called Lagna or the ascendant representing the seat of Prajapati the progenitor and the 'praise worthy one'.
Indra is seated on the throne of the zodiac indicated by the point in the mid-heaven. This is the area of the tenth house counted from the Lagna or ascendant sign. The zodiac at any point of time, is divided into two halves by the line of the horizon.
Since the earth rotates from the west to the east, the planets and other stars seem to move in the opposite direction from any stationary point of observation on the earth. The Sun rises in the east in the morning, ascends to mid-heaven middle of the sky by mid-day and then starts descending till it sets in the western horizon.
Lagna is the point in the eastern horizon that is just about to ascend or rise into the heavens signified by the visible half of the zodiac and is akin to sunrise.
This is called the ascendant. Similarly the point in the western horizon which is just about to descend or go under the horizon is called the descendant. The zodiac is divided into two halves called the Drusya visible and Adrusya invisible by the line of the horizon with the sky in the visible half and the portion below the horizon in the invisible half.
The Drusya Rasi or zodiac signs complete or portions in the visible half are the heavens called loka whereas the Adrusya Rasi or zodiac signs complete or portions in the invisible portion or below the horizon are called hell or Tala.