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Magha, the brightest and largest amongst nakshatras, is represented in the night sky by a sickle-shaped group of Stars in front of the royal constellation of Leo. The brightest among these is Regulus Alpha-Leonis. With a Visual magnitude of 1.41, it is one of the brightest stars in the night sky and is also known as the "Little King" or the "Little Sun". Ancient Vedic seers saw this constellation as a throne while other cultures saw it as a lion.
Magha translates into "mighty", "the beneficent", "the great", "the magnificent", "the most important" or "the bountiful". This translation immediately evokes a variety of meanings and feelings and as we shall see this nakshatra is true to its name.
Magha's main symbol is a 'throne'. As a matter of detail one can say it is a Yoyal Chamber with a throne. This symbolism immediately conjures up a picture of royalty, power, Status, honor and the like. We can see that all these interpretations live up to the meanings evoked by the name of this nakshatra. However the bottom line of this symbolism lies in one word -"achievement". After the struggles and tribulations of Ashlesha (previous nakshatra), it is now time for reaping rewards. In the material realm, Magha bestows this reward on natives under its influence through power, Position, authority; and in the higher aspect, through self knowledge.
Pitris, or "the ancestors", are the main ruling deity of this asterism. Its sexual animal is a Rat. It is interesting to note that the regal and pompous Magha becomes a rat in bed. Magha is always said to have a weakness for the opposite sex. Rats are highly sexually active animals known to produce scores of progeny.
According to Varahamihira, those born with Moon in Magha have "lots of wealth, many servants, live a life of luxury and enjoyment, are persevering and devoted to gods and ancestors". All of these indications apply to our example.
Paramahamsa Yogananda, one of the famous spiritual teachers who popularized kundaiini yoga in the west, has his Moon and Ascendant placed in Magha. His life and works as recollected in his book, "Autobiography of a Yogi", reveal alot relating to the lineage oriented functioning of Magha. Both his spiritual authority and his spiritual teaching were a legacy from a line of Ascended Masters like Yukteshwara, Lahira Mahashaya and the mysterious figure of Babaji.