2019 is a lucky year, if you are born on any of these dates

2019 is a lucky year; if your are born on these dates
For those who are born on 9, 18 or 27, self-restraint is the best policy.

The year 2019 is an auspicious, according to numerological calculations. Jupiter is the dominant planet of the year. With Jupiter presently moving through the ‘Vrischikam rasi’, people will be able to overcome adverse situations this year.

India was born on the midnight between August 14 and 15, 1947. The nation celebrates August 15 as Independence Day but the astrological influence of both 14 and 15 will impact the course of free India’s destiny. The lucky birth numbers of 14th are 5 and 7, while those of 15th are 6 and 8. As per numerology, the entire benefits of Jupiter may not be felt in India. All good things occurring would be hard-earned. This effect will be felt in politics too. In the face of severe adversities, hard work will produce good results.

While making numerological predictions for the year, the numbers 2-1-9 constituting 2019 also need to be considered. If you are going through ‘chandra dasa’ (moon phase), ‘aditya dasa’ (solar phase), ‘chovva dasa’ (Mars phase), ‘vyazha dasa’ (Jupiter phase) or have the star signs Rohini, Atham, Thiruvonam, Karthika, Uthram, Uthradam, Makayiram, Chithira, Avittam, Punartham, Visakham or Pooruruttathi, you may need to exercise self-restraint, work hard and pray to God to make the year advantageous. You will obtain suitable education, spouse, job or house as per your age.

If you were born on the first, 10th, 19th or 28th of a month and are under the sun phase, progress will be seen in life depending on the dedication you show. However, care has to be exercised to take matters with equanimity and not to make a problem worse.

Caution needs to be maintained if your birth dates are 2, 11, 20 or 29 or in the moon or ‘Rahu’ phase. Otherwise, there may be cause for remorse or overcome by grief you may not carry out your responsibilities. Extra care has to be adopted regarding issues related to foreign affairs.

If born on 3, 12, 21 or 30, in Jupiter phase or having 3-9 lucky birth numbers, your situation can improve at lightning speed if Jupiter is strong. However, if Jupiter is weak, you may have to face difficult days.

Birth dates 4, 13, 22 and 31 may remember the adage that ‘Mind is the basis of everything’. If this thought is put into action, progress can be witnessed. There is another saying, ‘Don’t waste your time gossiping; do some work.’ It is this thought that needs to be practiced in 2019.

In case 5, 14 and 23 are your birth dates, or are in the phase of Mercury, never forget your responsibilities. There was a well-known leader who set apart his life for the good of the world. Once, when he came home, the leader’s aged and sick mother asked him, “You are doing great things which are all very good, but you forgot to bring my medicine. Is that because it was such a bad thing?” A lesson can be learnt from this incident. If responsibilities are fulfilled, 2019 can benefit you.

Birth dates 6, 15 and 24 in Venus phase call for self-restraint. Otherwise, your reputation may be lost. This factor has to be kept in mind during the entire year. Recall how Sukracharya lost his eye and Indra attracted a curse after falling prey to emotions.

If you were born on 7th, 16th or 25th or in the Ketu or Venus phase, be prepared to face unexpected developments. Ketu does not need a cause to act. Things may go awry without reason this year, changing the course of your life.

Eight, 17 and 26 birth dates and the lucky birth number of 8 signify enjoyment of the fruits of hard effort. Work hard, but avoid legal complications. However, with a lucky number of 8, there may be a temptation to be arrogant, which could land you in trouble. Patience pays. Be patient and reap the rewards.

Self-restraint is the best policy if your birth date is 9, 18 or 27 or you are in the Mars or Rahu phase. Keeping off traits like valour, arrogance, smartness as well as over-smartness would make 2019 a productive year.

Author details:

Prof Desikom Raghunathan,

Desikom, Near Sastha Temple,

Pathamkallu, Nedumangad PO,

Thiruvananthapuram – 695541.

Ph: 0472281340

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