The ‘Kaala Pursha’ or the ‘Cosmic Man’ is a deep concept of Vedic astrology and can be explained in many ways. Jyothisha or Astrology (particularly the Vedic astrology) is regarded as Vedanga or a part of the ancient Vedas. There is a Vedic Hymn called “Purusha sukta” which explains the concept of universe and the constituent parts of the universes.
It describes the Virat purusha or the primordial being who is the motive power behind the mathematically precise universes which keep doing its function as ordained by him.
Kaala means time in Sanskrit. Every thing is consumed by time except the Virat purusha.
Virat means very big and so big that human mind cannot conceive its size.
So the purusha (male entity) who is beyond time and who rules over the all destructive time is known as Kaala purusha.
When we speak of this, an incident in the life of Saint Meera comes to our mind. Once Meera went to meet another Sanyasi who had vowed not to see any female face to face. When Meera asked for a meeting with him the answer was given that being a Purusha(male) he will not see any lady. Then Meera sent a question to the sanyasi asking him who is the second Purusha apart from the single kaala purusha? The Sanyasi realized his mistake and agreed to see Meera.
As per Indian astrology the entire zodiac is supposed to represent the body of Kaala purusha.
Aries stands for his head
Taurus for His face
Gemini for the Neck and shoulders
Cancer for chest and heart
Leo for his stomach and its organs
Virgo for his Hip
Libra represents the lower abdominal and spinal region
Scorpio for the reproductive organs and kidney etc
Sagittarius is the thigh
Capricorn is the Knees
Aquarius is the calf and Pisces the feet.
If an astrologer understands the concept of the ‘cosmic man’ and applies it to the horoscope reading, the predictions will be mind boggling.
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