Question: Which planet causes death?

Saturn is responsible for death from suffocation, burns, rheumatic fever, paralysis, melancholia and TB.

Which Dasha brings death?

Markesh Dasha is a period of death where a persons longevity comes to an end. During this time, one needs to stay very careful of accidents and it quiet beneficial to avoid travelling to travelling to far places.

How can I find the date of death?

Armed with the full name of the person you seek, you can use free government records to locate his date of death.Begin your search at sites offering access to the Social Security Death Index (SSDI). Go to Rootsweb.com or GenealogyBank.com and follow the link for the SSDI portal.More items

Is Rahu Dasha good or bad?

Rahu is known to confer malefic effects in general and is considered as a planet which induces laziness, delays, and hurdles in work. Rahu is known to reflect its shadow for 18 months in a zodiac. It can create confusion, depression and emotional imbalance if placed negatively in the horoscope.

What does 8th house signify?

In the more worldly Astrology, 8th house represents things like natural calamities, death rates in a country, losing conflicts, debts, import-export, taxes, deficits in budgets. It also caters to confidential things, research work, mining, minerals, archaeology.

Which planet is good for 8th house?

Besides, this house addresses financial and physical support as well as emotional and spiritual support. The planetary indicator for the eighth house is Saturn because it shows loss and the need to do things carefully.

Which planet is Lord of 8th house?

In either sign (Capricorn/Aquarius) as 8th house lord, Saturn in 8th house (for Gemini/Cancer Ascendants respectively) surely indicates someone who has a very long life. Occult related information will come to them slowly but surely. They will get their Gurus in their 30s.

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