Mrigasira

Mrigasira

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Mrigasira (or the Deer Head) is one of the Nakshatras (lunar mansions) of Vedic astrology. Represented by a deer’s head, this Nakshatra is found from Taurus 23°20’ to Gemini 6°40’. Soma, the divine nectar, presides, and the planet Mars rules over this sign associated with the fleetness of a deer. People may be more curious and creative, yet flirtatious and suspicious during this period.

—Pramela Thiagesan

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