“Aryama as the Sun-god, Pulaha as the sage, Athauja as the yaksha, Praheti as the rakshasa, Punjikasthali as the apsara, Narada as the gandharva and Kacchanira as the naga rule the month of Madhava.”
– Srimad Bhagavatam
In Vedic Astrology each of the rashis is presided by one of the 12 Adityas, 12 Vedic Sun-gods, who are shining in their respective months, when the Sun is dwelling in one of the 12 zodiac signs. In these series of videos we will discuss, how the mood of the Sun changes depending on the rashi or the house it is dwelling in.
Sun in Taurus or Sun in the second house assumes a form of Aryama Aditya – Vedic god of sacred law, sacred relationships and sacred alliances. He inspires us to be more responsible in our relation with the world and helps us to “move on the path free from hatred”. Sun in Taurus brings more light into our heart chakra.
“Aryaman guards him well who acts uprightly following his law.”
Rig Veda
“Twelve Vedic Suns” is going to be the first book ever dedicated exclusively to the topic of Adityas, twelve Sun-gods in Vedic Astrology and describing in detail all of their hidden meanings. Through different astrological principles, as well as mythological stories, you will learn on this journey with the Sun something more about Vedic Astrology and its 12 zodiac signs – but you will also learn more about yourself.

I am still in the process of writing “Twelve Vedic Suns” and it will take me quite some time. But if you preorder, you can become the first one to have the access to some of the finished chapters. This will be my longest ebook – I estimate it to be 600 pages long in total.


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