||yoni, the female organ for reproduction
||Yama, god of death, or Dharma
||A binary star in the left foot of Andromenda, Almach gives honor and artistic ability.
Menkar, placed in the jaw of the whale indicates disgrace, trouble with legacies, and
||This part of the sky was called Apabharani, which
means "the waters that carry things away". This refers to all the souls that will transit here when they die. Yama is like
Pluto and leads the dead to the other world. Yama was the first man sent to earth and
the first man to die
||Considered the "star of restraint," this is a difficult nakshatra. It denotes struggles and
obstacles that result in personal breakthroughs. It is symbolic of the birthing process
where one has grown out of the present conditions and must go through the pain of a
new birth to create a new life. It is about personal transformation. Since Yama was the
first to come to earth, and the first to die, they may be the first to try or do things.
Social reformers, activists and philosophers are prominent here. There is a tendency
towards jealousy or being plagued by the jealousy of others. Because the womb is so
confining, in the end there is a feeling of restriction or confinement for these
individuals. They feel oppressed by others, large groups and restrictive laws imposed
by the government. It can also refer to those who inflict oppression on others. Here is
the mystery of life and death. They may be attracted to a position such as an OBGYN
physician or a mortician. They can be fanatical and intolerant of others who have
different opinions. They are excessive and indulgent sexually. Their inner struggles can
become a spiritual transformation leading to enlightenment.