communication and intellect. From 7th March to 28th March, 2011,
transiting Mercury will be debilitated, and thus weak. In such a
scenario, there are chances of miscommunication and misgivings while
Mercury transits through Pisces. Because it rules intellect, students
will have to be very careful. Ganesha strongly advises all students
to be extremely alert, especially while taking an examination. Those
in job or business will also have to be extra careful in both written
and verbal communications, or else it can create problems by sending
out wrong signals.
Debilitated Mercury makes one prone to
diseases related to the skin. It can also lead to insomnia, nervous
breakdown or loss of memory if it is afflicted in your Natal chart or
if it is afflicting any of the planets in your chart while transiting
through Pisces. Debilitated Mercury also indicates an emotional
overdose. As intellect will be at a low ebb, emotions will dominate
during the phase. You may end up expressing yourself in unusual ways.
This doesn't mean that this remains with you permanently, it's just a
passing phase. Mercury's debilitation also indicates problems in
earning. This doesn't mean that the afflicted person wouldn't be able
to earn, but that he/she will find it difficult to be financially
steady. This is mainly because Mercury also governs trade.
Sometimes, debilitated planets can also prove to be of
advantage. For example, fallen (debilitated) Mercury in the 4th House
gives an exalted aspect to the 10th House of Karma, which can make
one very good in fact profound in communications related to
business. Although it weakens the 7th House in this case (being
Sagittarius ascendant in this example) it would give the native scope
to perform very well in sales and marketing areas.
gets debilitated in Pisces between 15 to 20 degrees. The deepest
debilitation (Param Neechansh) is at 20 degrees of Pisces.
Mercury is retrograde, then these results wouldn't apply.
short, transiting Mercury's debilitation can change the course of
your life, if you aren't careful.
The GaneshaSpeaks Team