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WHEEL, A SIRIUS FEATURE: (from
Wheel: The Nakshatra Wheel is one of the most exciting
features in Sirius. The Nakshatras, or Vedic
Lunar Mansions provide
sign lunar zodiac system that is compatible with the 12 sign
solar zodiac. This is an ancient system that dates back to
a time when the Moon was revered as a central figure of study
It has been preserved for humanity in India.
If you are not yet acquainted with the nakshatras, becoming so will
greatly enrich your experience of astrology.
Nakshatra is traditionally associated with one or more symbolic
objects. However, no simplified icons such as the icons used
have existed until this time. Below is the Nakshatra Wheel sample
that shows the nakshatra symbols around the chart wheel.
brief description of each of the Nakshatra symbols are provided below:
||1. Ashvini: This
symbol mimics the traditional sign for Ashvini, a horse's
head. This Nakshatra represents the "head", or the
beginning of the zodiac. This symbol also resembles the female
system. Ashvini relates to all initiations and beginnings.
||2. Bharani: Bharani
is the Nakshatra of birth, death and transformation. It's
symbol is the yoni. The triangle references the three stars
this asterism. These three stars, also known as "the Buckle
of Isis" where perceived by ancient astrologers as portal
||3. Krittika: Krittika, "the
one who cuts", is traditionally denoted by a blade or a
flame. This symbol combines the two motifs, expressing this
nakshatra's sharp, fiery and proactive nature.
||4. Rohini: Rohini,
the most materialistic nakshatra is represented by a four-petaled
flower. This relates to its connection to the number four,
as well as its typical emblem, the rose. Rohini relates to
Taurine themes of fertility, stability, and abundance.
||5. Mrigashira: This
symbol emulates Mrigashira's emblamatic cup of soma (elixir).
It also combines the symbols for Taurus and Gemini, the two
zodiac signs which correspond to this nakshatra. The curved
line which reflects the horns of Taurus may also be interpreted
as symbolic of Mrigashira's other motif, the deer.
||6. Ardra: This
symbol combines this nakshatra's two emblems; the diamond
and the raindrop (or teardrop). Together, they provide a visual
description of Ardra's theme of growth and renewal through
Punarvasu: Punarvasu means, "becoming
good again". Its symbol relates to themes of retrieving,
recovering, and recycling. This nakshatra is traditionally denoted
by a quiver of arrows (magical weapons which return after fulfilling
their mission). These arrows are depicted here in their circular
path from beginning to return.
is the nakshatra of nourishment, generosity and kindness. Its
symbol is a circle which can be seen as a wheel, a drop of milk,
a coconut, or the Moon inside a blossoming lotus flower.
||9. Ashlesha: Ashlesha
means "coiling" or "embracing". Its symbol
is two serpentine lines symmetrically entwining, recalling Mercury's
healing staff as well as the double-helix pattern of DNA molecule.
This powerful nakshatra gives intuition and transformative potential.
||10. Magha: Magha
coincides with the beginning of Leo and epitomizes the Leonine
themes of honor, pride, magnificence, duty, glory, and respect.
It is symbolized here by a simple three-pointed crown.
||11. Purvaphalguni: Purvaphalguni
is the nakshatra of comfort, pleasure, delight, and indulgence.
It follows Magha, signifying a period of relaxation following
worldly accomplishment. Its symbol can be seen as one reclining
in a luxurious bed.
||12. Uttaraphalguni: Uttaraphalguni
also represents comfort but with an emphasis on wisdom
rather then sensuality. It falls into the latter part of Leo,
its symbol relates to that sign. The circle representing
formerly seen enveloped in the blanket of luxury, here
rises up like the Sun (Uttaraphalguni's ruling planet).
||13. Hasta: Hasta
is symbolized by a human hand. This nakshatra relates to
all work and activities done with the hands, including all forms
of craftsmanship. One traditional symbol for Hasta is the
wheel, shown here by an empty circle.
||14. Chitra: Chitra
means "sparkling" or "brilliant". It is
symbolized by a jewel star. Its nature is that of an artist;
imagining and designing new forms, ideas, and illusions.
||15. Swati: Swati
is typically symbolized by a young plant shoot blown by the
wind or a sword. This symbol combines the two motifs. The
curved line intersecting the straight line also represents
of contrasting forces. Swati is adaptable, flexible, diplomatic,
and temperate. It occurs halfway through the nakshatra cycle,
and relates to all crossroads and compromises..
||16. Vishakha: The
symbol of Vishakha combines its traditional symbol of the triumphal
arch with its meaning, "Two-Branched". Vishakha relates
to the concept of single-minded fixation on a goal, and the
painful sacrifice required to meeting that goal. It is the incomplete
||17. Anuradha: After
the sacrifice of Vishakha comes Anuradha, meaning "Subsequent
Success". Its symbol is a staff which may be interpreted
as a magician's wand or walking stick. Philosophy, astrology,
and travel relate to this nakshatra. Anuradha transforms Vishakha's
narrow-sighted obsession into a broader vision of reverence
||18. Jyestha: Jyestha
means "the Eldest". It is usually symbolized by a
round amulet or earring, denoting authority. Seniority and expertise
are indicated. The three lines connecting the inner and outer
circles of this symbol represent the past, the present, and
||19. Mula: Mula
means "Root" or "Center". This Nakshatra
includes the Galactic Center. Our symbol is a stylization of
Mula's traditional emblem: a bundle of roots. This bundle of
roots represents not only Mula's urge to seek the essential
nature of all things, but also to the practice of making medicines.
||20. Purvashada: This
joyous and optimistic nakshatra delights in beauty. Its symbol
resembles the seashell upon which Venus emerges from the waters
of life. It also resembles Purvashada's emblem, the fan. The
fan has multiple implications. It can be used to fan a fire
(to keep passion alive), to cool off (to survive adversity),
as a decorative item (to enjoy art), or to hide one's face (to
||21. Uttarashada:Uttarashada, "the
Latter Invincible One" exemplifies truth, willpower, firmness,
and virtue. Its symbol combines a pyramid (representing the
crystallization of power), two elephant tusks (referring to
Ganesha, Remover of Obstacles, its ruling deity), and the rising
Sun (its ruling planet)..
||22. Shravana: Shravana
means "hearing" and is ruled by the Moon. It relates
to listening to others well as to one's inner voice. This Lunar
receptivity is symbolized by a Full Moon supported by a Crescent
Moon. The three smaller circles denote the "three uneven
footsteps" associated with Shravana. The lines which connect
the smaller circles to the larger one evoke the connection between
speakers and listeners.
||23. Dhanishta: Dhanishta
is represented by a drum. This bold and confident nakshatra
relates to music and dance, as well as to the larger rhythms
of life. The shape of this symbol reflects the rhomboid pattern
of the stars of this asterism. It is divided into eight triangles,
representing the Eight Vasus (demigods) who preside over Dhanishta.
||24. Shatabisha: Shatabisha, "the
Hundred Healers", is typically denoted by an empty circle.
Emanating from the circle are four lightning-bolts, signifying
the subtle electrical force present in all things. There are
also smaller circles portraying electrons circumnavigating an
atomic nucleus. This symbol also resembles a turtle, the carrier
of the world, relating to the transpersonal nature of this often
eccentric, reclusive, scientific, and mystical nakshatra.
||25. Purvabhadrapada: This
nakshatra is traditionally represented by a man with two
faces, symbolizing the moment of death, when one exists both
world and the next. It is also often denoted by a sword,
representing severance. This symbol combines these two motifs.
||26. Uttarabhadrapada: Uttarabhadrapada
relates to another aspect of death, in which consciousness sinks
deep into the abyss. This nakshatra is associated with the deep
unconscious and the life force residing within. Its deity is
Ahir Budhanya, "the Serpent of the Depths", depicted
here as a serpentine line ascending a vertical axis.
||27. Revati: Revati
means "Wealthy" or "To Transcend". As the
final nakshatra, it synthesizes and absorbs the mysteries of
the previous 26. This knowledge is portrayed here by an all
seeing eye. This symbol also contains two fish, representing
the sign of Pisces and the soul's journey after death.