It is well known that Lord Rama installed Shivlinga in Rameshwaram before he won the war with Ravana. It is believed that Lord Rama is the Sun Avatar of Lord Vishnu and the Rameshwaram Jyotirlinga represents the zodiac sign of Aries when the Sun is exalted.
Lord Shiva changed into Somnath when he visited Lord Krishna when he was born. Somnath is believed to be the most compassionate form of Lord Shiva and Somnath Jyotirlinga represents the zodiac sign of Taurus where the Moon is exalted.
Shri Narendra Modi ji’s Atmakaraka is Saturn and based on the position of Saturn in his Navamsha chart, His Atma Lingam (the jyotirlinga connected to the soul) is Kashi Viswanath which signifies the sign Sagittarius.
We know that our Prime Minister Modi Ji visited the Varansai temple several times before the elections to seek the blessings of Kashi Vishwanath.
He also visited the kedarnath that is connected to the zodiac Aquarius ruled by Saturn and Rahu. Pandit Sanjay Rath says the ruling party is always represented by the Sun and the opposition party is represented by Rahu. So in this election, Narendra Modi ji is the Sun and Congress is Rahu. Interestingly Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi have a lot of foreign elements (foreign = Rahu), so visiting Kedarnath gave him the power to win over his rivals.
It is also interesting to note that the moon was in Uttara Ashada Nakshatra which is ruled by the Sun on the day the elections result came out. Uttara Ashada is the star of invinvible victory. The animal connected to this is Mongoose and it is only nakshatra that does not have a female counterpart for the animal totem and Modi Ji is living a single life.
The Twelve Jyotirlingas
There are 12 famous Jyotirlingas where the Lord Shiva appeared in the form of light. These are worshipped from time immemorial and they are also mentioned in the Dwadasa Jyotirlinga Stotra and are enshrined in the following temples.
Somnath Temple in Gujarat
Mallikarjun Temple in Andhra pradesh
Mahakaleshwara Temple in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh
Omkareshwar Temple in Madhya Pradesh
Vaidyanath Temple in Deogarh, Bihar
Bhimashankar Temple near Pune in Maharashtra
Rameshwaram Temple in Tamil Nadu
Nageshwar Temple in Dwarka, Gujarat
Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi
Trimbakeshwar Temple in Nasik, Maharashtra
Kedarnath Temple in Himalayas
Grishneshwar Temple in Daulatabad, Maharashtra