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314: Aalok Varkhandkar on Einstein

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In Vedic astrology planets are often found in different states of strengths and weaknesses. Some planets are in friendly houses, some in enemy houses, some in houses where they are most powerful or exalted, and some are in houses where they are least powerful or debilitated.

A debilitated planet is a cause of worry in Vedic Astrology and is given special attention by an astrologer. Albert Einstein, the famous physicist, also had a debilitated planet in his horoscope and it was none other than Mercury, his ascendant lord.

Mercury in Vedic Astrology rules a great number of things but primarily intellect, education, teaching, learning, science, philosophy, mathematics. A debilitated Mercury should have deprived Einstein of having to do anything with these domains in life, but it is well known that he was the fortunate with regard to all these matters, and is considered the greatest scientist of all time.

Moreover, in Einstein’s chart, shown below, Mercury is the lord of the first house, which governs fame, as well as the lord of the fourth house, which rules knowledge and education, but Einstein became famous just because of his education and knowledge.

For more Aalok’s piece, “Why Einstein was a Genius,” please see his article at: http://www.astrocamp.com/einstein-genius-astrological-analysis.html

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December 7, 2012 at 12:39 am

314: Erin Sullivan on Einstein

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Albert Einstein’s horoscope has some classic scientist signatures! Visionary and sensitive Pisces is frequently in the mathematical/astronomical science if it is well contained, as is Einstein’s Sun in Pisces. For instance, Mercury (mind) is with Saturn (discipline, control and research) in pioneering Aries – he has the capacity apply his visions to practical outcomes and after a difficult early life, found discipline and gained authority in his science.

Born: 14 March 1879, 11:30 am in Ulm, Germany
Died: 15 April 1966, 1:15 am, in Princeton, NJ USA

Pisces is attuned to intangibles – to signs, symbols, portents, mysterious visions; and potentially, the capacity to render the invisible into working systems – such as energy, wavelengths, harmonics, spectra, music, atomic particles, metaphysical experiences, and so on.

Einstein believed himself to be a vessel of a divine principle. His Pisces Sun in a creative sextile to Pluto indicates that his mind was an agent on behalf of the “unseen”, and a resource of great wealth. Someone once said to him, “You are a genius, all your ideas are brilliant!” To which Einstein replied, “No, I just have lots of ideas, some of which have been brilliant.” It was this combined capacity for complex thinking and high intuition that distinguished him as an ingenious innovator.

For more of Erin’s piece on “Albert Einstein: The Astrology of Genius.” Please check out her website at:  http://www.erinsullivan.com/Celebrity-in-the-News/einstein-the-astrology-of-genius

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December 7, 2012 at 12:34 am

314 March 14 Albert Einstein

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The German-American physicist Albert Einstein, born in Ulm, Germany, March 14, 1879, and died in Princeton, New Jersey USA, April 18, 1955, contributed more to the 20th-century vision of physical reality than any other scientist. In the wake of World War I, Einstein’s theories – especially his theory of relativity – seemed to many people a strain  of human thought so  far removed from how most people saw the physical world.  Eistein received  tremendous public attention for cultivating a methodology of thinking like no one before him. pure learning.

With the rise of nazism in Germany, Einstein moved to the United States in 1933 and abandoned his pacifism.      He reluctantly agreed that the new menace had to be arrested with whatever means necessary.  In this context, Einstein sent  a letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt that urged that   the United States proceed to develop an atomic bomb before  Germany did. The letter, composed by Einstein’s friend Leo Szilard, was one of many exchanged between the White House and Einstein, and it contributed to Roosevelt’s decision to fund what became the ‘Manhattan Project.’

Albert Einstein had four planets in Pisces: Sun, Mercury, Venus, Saturn; which may explain his great need to need to discover a spiritual connection between science and spirituality.

Einstein was also dyslexic. Pisces in Mercury can cause problems with communication. He only began to speak at the age of three and had issues with speech all through school. Saturn placed with this mix gives him a general distaste for speaking out loud. “I want to know God’s thoughts. All the rest are details”.

The combination of both Saturn and mercury in Pisces may have contributed to his ofthen dishevelved and unkempt appearance.

The fact that JUPITER was in  AQUARIUS  when he was born may have contributed to his unconventional way of thinking.

Einstein was aware of astrology and it is reported that he supported it.

“”Astrology is a science in itself and contains an illuminating body of knowledge. It taught me many things, and I am greatly indebted to it. Geophysical evidence reveals the power of the stars and the planets in relation to the terrestrial. In turn, astrology reinforces the power to some extent. This is why astrology is a life-giving elixir to mankind”.”  A. Enistein

EINSTEIN on  religion and science:

Science without religion is lame, religion, without science is blind.  A Eisntein.


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