Revati is the 27th, and the last Nakshatra occupying 16 degrees 40 minutes Pisces till 30 degrees Pisces. It is ruled by Mercury. Here's what it for means you.
He's the God of paths. He knows every corner of the universe. He is an expert navigator. No matter how treacherous or obstacle-ridden our journey (spiritual or earthly) is, he shows the way and protects us. Lord Pusan is lauded more than even the most celebrated Gods, which symbolizes his power and influence. He’s privy to all activities on earth and his protective eye is always on those who seek his guidance. Should we lose our way, he’s there to show us the right path (guidance). That path is lit by Lord Savitr, which symbolizes a journey towards righteousness, truthfulness, and spirituality. He’s known to ride a seven-wheeled goat-drawn chariot, which ensures safety on dangerous backroads and rocky-terrains. He also escorts the recently deceased across the cosmic ocean to the world of the ancestors. Lord Agni does a similar job but he escorts the deceased to the world of the Gods. Lord Pusan travels back and forth between heaven and to earth and so he brings forth the magical powers of the heavens, which manifest in some shape on earth. Venus is exalted here and so the native would be naturally creative and gifted. David Blaine, the famous magician, has both Sun and Venus in Revati. He’s known to create an out of world experience for his viewers. Lord Pusan is the lord of domestic and herd animals. He cares for them and protects them so no one is lost or hungry. He also possesses the power to heal animals. He’s the lord of prosperity, he is known to bestow wealth on the native as much as Lord Bhaga does. He apportions his grace equally amongst all his seekers. Given his depiction as the Lord of paths, he is invoked to know the whereabouts of lost objects, stolen property, or missing people. He’s the lord of nourishment given his status as the Lord of herd animals who nourish us with their milk. A mythical story explains why he only eats karambha (soft porridge). And so, the native may have a similar food preference.
The native would be selfless, caring, nurturing, protective, kind, helpful, pure of heart, polite, charming, generous, and an eternal optimist, would be fond of travel, would explore the remotest parts of the world, would be spiritual and would have the ability to transcend to the highest spiritual plane (moksha). A fish swimming in the sea is one of the symbols of Revati, which depicts the soul’s journey in the vast cosmic ocean. Veterinarians, cattle rearers, farmers, controllers of the navigation system in the transport industry, taxi drivers, pilots, captains of ships, lighthouse keepers, marine biologists, counselors, crime solvers, detectives specializing in finding missing people, engineers working in the shipping, roads, and railways industry, poets, musicians, dancers, photographers, entertainers, artists of any kind, astrologers, social workers, mystics, and spiritual gurus are seen from Revati. Since it’s the last nakshatra, it mimics the energies of all the other nakshatras and therefore nothing is beyond the scope for the native.
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