The gharial (or the gavial) (Gavialis gangeticus) is a piscivorous crocodile. It has a narrow muzzle with a knobby nose. It is relatively small and very obnoxious. Its skin is relatively darker. It knows how to wait and is very strong. The gharial ambushes for the fish to pass nearby and grabs it with a quick side swing of the head. Its grip is deadly. The gavial doesn’t kill or eat people. It is an endangered species recorded in the Red Book.
The person who is born on the day of gharial is actively stalking. He is fierce and impressionable. He has a difficult, secretive and vindictive character. He likes risk and danger and is relentless. He is trying to obtain everything but has a crush on little things. He has certain tendency towards excess. He may abuse power but the power comes to him by itself. However, he doesn’t manage to settle anywhere and often changes occupations.
Gharial’s degree symbolizes independence. The gharial-person is powerful, independent and unyielding. It obtains great energy, strong will and stark individualism. Confident and cocky he is. He climbs up the social ladder thanks to his or her own efforts and courage. Often he is alone in life but copes well and is quite capable of looking after himself. The gharial-person may perform work that has a major impact on society. The fearless ego of this “strong-willed person puts on him the invisible mantle of power.”
The person having this degree expressed in his horoscope has a magnetic force, intuition, patience and purposefulness. He has certain relation to the (electro)magnetic forces. His great intuition verges to prophecy and he can influence the thoughts of others through his telepathic abilities. He may be a genius in any area, but he’s a genius-destroyer. The gharial’s degree is mysterious. It bestows unusual abilities combined with a strong will upon the native.
The gharial-person is self-willed and is protected from on high. He encounter problems with determination and imagination. Pentecostal forces descend on him. He receives “the mantle of power”, of grace1)„baraka” of Sufi philosophy or is guided by providence, which makes him a true leader of his culture. We have a case of a nearly transcendental manifestation of success. It is not merely an external success that stars and prima donnas usually receive, but also a spiritual response – a sign of inner strength and unusual talent.
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|1.||↥||„baraka” of Sufi philosophy|