Clinton-Lewinsky affair, A Lal Kitab Perspective
March 4, 2013 Comments Off
Tropical Birth Chart of Mr Bill Clinton
Date:- August 19, 1946
Time:- 8:51 am
Place: Hope, Arkansas, United States Of America
Let us study the above chart according to principles of Lal Kitab. In my previous post I mentioned that Lal Kitab always considers the first house as Aries. So, for the purpose of analysis we will ignore the tropical sign Libra (Sidereal Virgo) which falls in the first house.
Venus in First house
The example given in Lal Kitab in order to illustrate the effects of Venus in 1st house is that of Razia Sultana. Razia Sultana was a female Monarch of Delhi Sultanate (Medieval India). She fell in love with Jamaluddin Yakut (a slave turned nobleman). The scandal that ensued gained her much infamy, besides the loss of her throne.
Seven and a half centuries later one can see a lot of similarities in the Clinton-Lewinsky affair. Of course it could have been avoided. Mr Clinton publicly admitted that he made “a terrible moral error”.
Lal Kitab suggests that natives with Venus in first house must respect societal moral standards.
Vedic Sidereal Chart of Mr Bill Clinton (North Indian Style)
Mars in First House
Mars is in close conjunction to the ascendant point. Hence Mars becomes a very important planet in the chart of Mr Clinton. According to Lal Kitab the native with Mars in First House will fight for justice. It also mentions that if the native strives and aims to succeed with own efforts, he/she will definitely be rewarded.
There is no doubt that Mr Clinton is a self made man.
Mars in first house also gives a lot of energy which can be used constructively in pursuit of one’s goals. When this energy is not utilised properly, the result may be anger. In the words of Mr Clinton “if people have unresolved anger, it makes them do non-rational, destructive things.”
The above interpretation is a very basic one according to Lal Kitab Astrology. For a comprehensive analysis one needs to check all the planets and the aspects involved. The purpose of this post was to highlight the importance of house placement of a planet in the light of Lal Kitab Astrology.