The Greatness of Saturn Part 2 – How Gravitational and Magnetic field effects human being

Effects of Gravitational and Magnetic field based on Vedas and Scriptures 

Although Saturn is much larger than the Earth, it’s surface gravity is only a little more than the surface gravity on Earth. This is only because of Saturn is made up of mostly gases part and is not solid like Earth.
Now the question is why Saturn has such massive gravity though it is made up of gaseous structure? What contributes to all this Saturn gravity?. The element-wise core structure of Saturn is largely comprised of hydrogen and helium, which came together at the beginning of the Solar System, gathered by their mutual mass. It’s the same composition as Jupiter and the Sun have. These primordial elements were formed at the beginning of the Universe in the Big Bang if we see modern assessment but in Hindu cosmology, Saturn celestial structure and origin has a different story.This shows that the Same power which is present on Sun is also present in rest of planets too including Saturn.It’s the same force which keeps on pulling every planet to each other which the sun has.
What is that Power? Is it a Magnetic Shield or the magnetic force of attraction which we called gravity or something else? Let’s understand first, What is mentioned in Scriptures about Gravity or force of attraction, that keep on attracting every other planet in the solar system with fixed boundaries. Science has named this force of attraction -The Gravitational force of planets. 

What is Gravitational Force of Planets

 
“Vaishesika Sutra” discusses the role of Gravity Deeply for every object present in this solar system or in celestial sphere and can help us in understanding how planets affect us either by aspect or by stronger magnetic attraction. everything is accountable in understanding that gravitational force:

 

The Same thing has been explained by Bhaskaracharya on Surya Siddhanta around 400 AD;

 

“Vaishesika Sutra”  describes that in the absence of conjunction (In an action) falling results due to Gravity.

संयोगभावे गुरुत्वात्पतनम (V.S. 5.1.7)

In the absence of conjunction (Gurutvat) (is a process , defines the action or an instance of two or more events or things occurring at the same point in time or space.) falling results from Gravity.Which means something that makes progress, movement, or achieving something difficult or impossible is the process of Impediment responsible for Gurutvat.
Thus it clearly recognizes objects fall downward due to Gravity.
Sutra 5.1.8 States that due to the absence of a particular molecular motion there arises no upward or side-ward motion in any object causes to fall down.

Why does an object throw in air fall after some time? 

Then Vaishesika Sutra discusses the role of Gravity in falling of moving objects. It gives through the analogy of arrow. First, it gives mechanism of arrow projection in Sutra 5.1.17
नोदनाद्यभिषोः कर्म तत्कर्मकारिताच्च संस्कारादुत्तरं तथोत्तरमुत्तरं च 
The first action of the arrow is from impulse; the next is resultant energy produced by the first action, and similarly the next to next.

 

Then it explains why it falls in next Sutra.

 

 

संस्काराभावे गुरुत्वात्पतनम (V.S. 5.1.18)
In the absence of resultant/propulsive energy generated by the action, falling results from Gravity.
Thus from the above Sutras, we can acknowledge that Vaisheshika Sutra clearly discusses Gravity. It uses the word “Gurutwa” which is also used in present time to represent Gravity. Gurutwa in ancient understanding means force which arises due to mass.

Text from Rig Veda 10.22.14 also says that

“This earth is devoid of hands and legs, yet it moves ahead. All the objects over the earth also move with it. It moves around the sun.”

In this mantra,

Kshaa = Earth (refer Nigantu 1.1) Ahastaa = without hands Apadee = without legs Vardhat = moves ahead Shushnam Pari = Around the sun Pradakshinit = revolves and further Rig Veda 10.149.1 also says that by which force  earth and rest of planetary structure is attracted toward the sun;

 

“The sun has tied Earth and other planets through attraction and moves them around itself as if a trainer moves newly trained horses around itself holding their reins.”
In this mantra,
Savita = Sun Yantraih = through reins Prithiveem = Earth Aramnaat = Ties Dyaam Andahat = Other planets in sky as well Atoorte = Unbreakable Baddham = Holds Ashwam Iv Adhukshat = Like horses

There is clear text about GRAVITATIONAL FORCE mentioned in Rig Veda 8.12.28

“O Indra! by putting forth your mighty rays, which possess the qualities of gravitation and attraction-illumination and motion – keep up the entire universe in order through the Power of your attraction.”

Rig Veda 1.6.5 and Rig Veda 8.12.30 Says,

“O God, You have created this Sun. You possess infinite power. You are upholding the sun and other spheres and render them steadfast by your power of attraction.”

Yajur Veda 33.43 Says, 

“The sun moves in its own orbit in space taking along with itself the mortal bodies like earth through force of attraction.”

Rig Veda 1.35.9 Says, 

The sun moves in its own orbit but holding earth and other heavenly bodies in a manner that they do not collide with each other through force of attraction.”

Rig Veda 1.164.13 further says that,

“Sun moves in its orbit which itself is moving. Earth and other bodies move around the sun due to the force of attraction, because the sun is heavier than them”.
Atharva Veda 4.11.1 Says,
“The sun has held the earth and other planets”
From all Rig Vedic Sutras, we can confirm that Due to Sun pulling Force every planet is dire to attached and attracted toward him by a unique magnetic force and by the same force all these planets are affecting us with some sort of Planetary attraction in the form of Cosmic rays.
As we are born with the same elements those Sun and rest of planetary structure are made of, Having on their surface, the same magnetic force keeps pulling us and influencing our mental makeup, the state of mind and power of discretion in every day to day karmas. Thus Celestial bodies including Saturn does have a bigger role in our life.
“There are suns in all directions, the night sky being full of them.” (Rig Veda)”

“Blue Sky is Nothing but scattered sunlight (Markandeya Purana 78.8)”

Conclusion:

Now  ! We have understood it well, what is gravity and how different planets are well connected with the sun and its gravitational force and why because of that every planet keeps affecting us. Now, The next question is what makes the Saturn Aspects are So special in influencing our karmic actions ?. As in this portion, we have studied the Saturn mathematical and astronomical aspect. In the next portion, we will try to understand how our Puranic ancient stories are well connected with the planetary aspects and structure. we will try to figure out deep answers lie in the Puranic stories those are connected with the Saturn Evolution time.For understanding Saturn aspects part in a predictive way via natal chart , click below on continue:

With Regards,

Rakesh Jamwal
Source and Reference:
The Vaisesika sutras of Kanada Translated by Nandalal Sinha (Via Archive.org)

 A Study of Heliocentric Science by Swami Abhedananda 

 

Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

Sri Navagraha Stotra with meaning to propitiate nine planets daily

This stotra is written by Shri Ved Vyas Rishi and consists of nine hymns or mantras of nine planets. this stotra is best suggested to get freedom from all sort of troubles and difficulties and get abundant pleasures, wealth and become prosperous, sound and have good health in life. The devotee should recite this stotra daily with utter faith and devotion to get maximum benefits from stotra. As this stotra directly goes to graha devta so faith is most important as these nine planets or ‘Navagraha’ have maximum effect on mental as well as on physical aspect of human life.

The vibration of these 9 planets radaites maximum sound and light energy around us and when we sync our body vibrations according to these 9 planets we can have maximum benefits from these celestial bodies. They play an important role in all the life activities i.e physical, mental, emotional and health of life of any individual. During the birth of the body, while having unfavourable positioning of any of these planets can be the cause of major life problems i.e bad health, bad mental state and stagnation in many areas of life. These 9 planets simply act as the mirror of our own karmas which we had done in many of the past journies. What native is facing suffering its all because of the deeds of the native he has done in those lives. Although there is no such remedy for bad but Karmas we can win the heart of planetary dieties by our utter faith, devotions and good karmas.
This Navgraha Stotra Created by Rishi Ved Vyasa is very useful in warding off or to avoid the ill effects of the bad planetary position and movement( Transit) of the ‘Navagraha’ in our lives with the help of Navgraha Hymns.
Navagraha stotram is a simple Pattern or mantras of 9 Grahas and it acts as very powerful healing tools to reduce the negative effects of planetary placement in natal chart.

Benefits Of Navagraha Stotram And The Way to Practice

The Navagraha Stotram is written by Rishi Vyasa and is considered to be as the peace mantra for the nine planets. These powerful hymns can pacify the Navagraha and protect us from any negative vibrations of the planets.

When devotee Regularly chants Navagraha Stotram it generates positive vibrations around us and directs the related planets to deliver favorable results but one should also need to do Good deeds as well as need to follow the karmic discipline wrt to the desired planet to get maximum benefits, as only good karma can pacify the bad karmic effects. These mantras or hymns helping in minimizing the harmful effects of the planets and increases positive influences on native mental setup. The devotees also get peace of mind and stay away from any evil thoughts as well. Practicing Navagraha Stotram every day can make you healthy, wealthy and prosperous.

To achieve the desired result, one should recite Navagraha Stotra in the early morning after having a bath by sitting in front of the picture or idol of the Lord Navagraha or one can also chant this Stotra in front of the 9 Navgrahas idols in temple after offering proper Poojan to the Navgrahas.

One should also try to understand the meaning of the mantra to maximize its effects.

It is recommended that the stotra should be chanted at least once in a day to please the planets.

 

|| नवग्रह स्तोत्र ||

अथ नवग्रह स्तोत्र

श्री गणेशाय नमः

जपाकुसुम संकाशं काश्यपेयं महदद्युतिम् |

तमोरिंसर्वपापघ्नं प्रणतोSस्मि दिवाकरम् || १ ||

Japaa kusuma Sankaasam Kaasyapeyam Mahaath’ yuthim

Thamo’urim sarva Paapa ganam Pranathosmi Dhiwaakaram

Meaning: 

“One who looks like the Hibiscus flower, Son of Kashyapa, full of radiance, Foe of darkness and the one who dispels all sins, I prostrate that Surya.”

दधिशंखतुषाराभं क्षीरोदार्णव संभवम् |

नमामि शशिनं सोमं शंभोर्मुकुट भूषणम् || २ ||

Dhadhi sanka Thushaaraabham Ksheero Dhaarnava Sambhavam

Namaami sasinam Somam Sambhor makuta Bhooshanam

Meaning: 

“The one who has the hue of curd and icebergs, one who emerges from the milky ocean, Chandra who adorns Shiva, I prostrate. that Chandra.”

धरणीगर्भ संभूतं विद्युत्कांति समप्रभम् |

कुमारं शक्तिहस्तं तं मंगलं प्रणाम्यहम् || ३ ||

Dharanee garbha Sambhootham Vidhyuth kaanthi Samaprabham

Kumaaram Sakthi Hasthancha Mangalam Pranamaam Yaham

Meaning: 

“The one who is the son of Bhooma Devi, One who has the lustre of lightning, One who has Shakti in his hand, and the auspicious one, I prostrate that Angaraka”

प्रियंगुकलिकाश्यामं रुपेणाप्रतिमं बुधम् |

सौम्यं सौम्यगुणोपेतं तं बुधं प्रणमाम्यहम् || ४ ||

Piryangu kali Kaasyaamam Roope’naa Prathimam Budham

Sowmyam sowmya GunopethamTham Bhudham Pranamaam Yaham

Meaning: 

“The one who is dark like the bud of Priyangu flower, One who is unequalled in beauty and is intelligent, And the son of Chandra, One who is peaceful, I prostrate that Budha.”

देवानांच ऋषीनांच गुरुं कांचन सन्निभम् |

बुद्धिभूतं त्रिलोकेशं तं नमामि बृहस्पतिम् || ५ ||

Dhe’vaanaancha Risheenaancha Gurum Kaanchan sannibham

Bhudhdhi bhootham Thrilokesam Thannamaami Bhruhaspathim

Meaning: 

The one who is the Guru of the Devas and Rishis, the one who is radiant and intelligent, The Lord of all the three worlds, I prostrate that Brihaspathi.

हिमकुंद मृणालाभं दैत्यानां परमं गुरुम् |

सर्वशास्त्र प्रवक्तारं भार्गवं प्रणमाम्यहम् || ६ ||

Hima kundha M’runaalaabam Dhaithyaanam Paramam Gurum

Sarva saasthra Pravruththaaram Bhaargavam Pranamaam Yaham

Meaning: 

“The one who has the lustre of the dew, Lotus stem and Thumba flower, High priest of Asuras and the one who preaches the Shatras, I prostrate that ( Bhargava )Sukracharya.”

नीलांजन समाभासं रविपुत्रं यमाग्रजम् |

छायामार्तंड संभूतं तं नमामि शनैश्चरम् || ७ ||

Neelaanchana Samaabaasam Raviputhram Yamaagrajam

Chaayaa Maarthaanda Sambhootham Thannamaami Sanaicharam

Meaning: 

“The one who is blue, one who is like charcoal, one who is the son of Surya and the brother of Yama, one who is born to Chaya and Surya, I prostrate that Saneeswara.”

अर्धकायं महावीर्यं चंद्रादित्य विमर्दनम् |

सिंहिकागर्भसंभूतं तं राहुं प्रणमाम्यहम् || ८ ||

Ardha kaayam mahaaveeyram Chandhraadhithya vimardhanam

Simhikaagarba Sambhootham Tham Raahum Pranamaam Yaham

Meaning: 

“The one who has half a body and is full of valour, One who opposes Chandra and Surya without fear, One who was born from Simhika’s womb, I prostrate that Rahu.”

पलाशपुष्पसंकाशं तारकाग्रह मस्तकम् |

रौद्रंरौद्रात्मकं घोरं तं केतुं प्रणमाम्यहम् || ९ ||

Palaasa pushpa sankaasam Thaarakagraha masthakam

Rowdhram rowdhraathmakam go’ram Tham Kethum Pranamaam Yaham.

Meaning: 

“The one who looks like Palasa flower, One who is the king of the stars and One who has a fierce form and is scary and angry, I prostrate that Ketu.”

इति श्रीव्यासमुखोग्दीतम् यः पठेत् सुसमाहितः |

दिवा वा यदि वा रात्रौ विघ्न शांतिर्भविष्यति || १० ||

Iti Vyaasa-mukhod-giitam yah: path’et-susamaahitah:

Divaa vaa yadi vaa raatrau vighna-shantir-bhavish’yati

Meaning: 

“This stotra is composed by Shri Vyaasa Rhishi. A person who chants this stotra during the day or at night will become free from all troubles. ”

नरनारी नृपाणांच भवेत् दुःस्वप्ननाशनम् |

ऐश्वर्यमतुलं तेषां आरोग्यं पुष्टिवर्धनम् || ११ ||

Nara-naarii-nrupaan’aayn cha bhaved-duh:svapna-naashanam

Aishvaryamatulam tesh’aam aarogyam push’t’i-vardanam

Meaning: 

“By chanting this stotra the effect of bad dreams of men, women, kings and so on will be destroyed. Everyone will have good health, wealth and energy.”

ग्रहनक्षत्रजाः पीडास्तस्कराग्निसमुभ्दवाः |

ता सर्वाःप्रशमं यान्ति व्यासोब्रुते न संशयः || १२ ||

Graha-nakshatrajaa piid’aah: taskaraagni-samudbhavaah:

Taah: sarvaah: prashamam yaanti Vyaaso bruute na sanshayah:

Meaning: 

“A person who chants this stotra becomes free from the troubles created by planets, constellations, thieves, fire etc. Vyasa Rhishi says that there is no doubt about the result of chanting this stotra ”

|| इति श्री वेद व्यास विरचितम् आदित्यादी नवग्रह स्तोत्रं संपूर्णं ||

Iti Shri Vyaasa-virachitam Navagraha-stotram sampurnam

The Navagrahastotracomposed by Shri Vyasa Rishi is Complete here.