Astrology



Based on ones moons degrees at birth, we calculate the Dasas, or the ruling periods of various planets, which keeps changing during ones life. It is not just one planets dasa but Maha dasa, or main Dasa, of a planet, Antardasa, or sub period, of another planet and so on till we arrive at a fifth level dasa to study each day.

Astrology begins with creation itself. Saga Garga says that the science was propounded by the creator himself and Lord Brahma handed it down to him at the time of creation. Indian Vedic Astrology is popularly referred to as Vedic Astrology. This is not because it is there in the Vedas. There is no mention of astrology in the Vedas. However, it is one of the Vedangas, i.e., limb or branch of Vedas, and dates back to the Vedic period. Several of the Poojas and remedial measures prescribed in the Indian vedic astrology are as per the Vedic system. Hence, it is called Vedic astrology. The Vedangas are six in number. They are: Siksha or phonetics, Kalpa or ritual, Vyakarana or grammar, Nirukta or etymology, Chhandas or metrics and Jyotishya or astronomy and astrology. These are mentioned in the Upanishads. It is impossible ascertain the exact time of origin of our astrology. Even the most famous historians differ wildly, from 1200 BC to 2500 BC while trying to fix our Vedic period.

A lot of them, especially the westerners, still study India based on the Mahenjadaro and Harappan discoveries, which were discovered in the 1920?s!! Several archeological discoveries of recent times date our culture to 7500 BC, making it the ancient most civilization in the world. Our astrology has details of the horoscopes of Lord Krishna, Lord Rama and many other ancient Indian kings and queens, recorded thousands of years ago. The Bhishma Parva and Udyoga Parva chapters of Mahabharata mention many astrological descriptions and omens just before the Mahabharata war. It also describes a period of draught with several planetary combinations. There is also a very clear reference about two eclipses, a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse occurring, creating a rare 13 day lunar fortnight. Available scientific research data shows that the Mahabharata war must have occurred either in 3129 BC or 2559 BC. According to the Hindu Panchangas, maintained from ages, Kaliyuga era is counted from February 17/18 midnight 3102 BC. Hindu epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana have been written off as myths by the western historians. However the recent discovery of the submerged ancient city Dwaraka, (the site of the legendary city of Lord Krishna, which got submerged in the sea after the death of Lord Krishna), led by Dr. S.R. Rao of the Marine Archaeology Unit of the National Institute of Oceanography of India lends a lot of credence to our mythology. Various texts attribute the origin of Indian astrology to various gods and Rishis. The most popularly followed astrological classics today are the ones written by Rishis like Parashara, Varahamihira, Garga, Jaimini and their followers. People in those days had no satellites or telescopes and yet the planetary positions and their motions recorded by them are as accurate as the planetary positions and degrees recorded today using the space satellites. Our ancient astrologers used their divine intuition to record these planetary movements and their effects on us. Astrology has a twofold purpose. On one hand it is used as a tool to select the right month the right date and the right time to start various auspicious rites and rituals so that the results are better. On the other hand it is used as a guide to study the destiny of an individual. An Indian astrology is based on the theory of fate.The good and the bad actions of the past life determine your fate or Karma of your present life, and the actions of your present life determine your future Karma. According to Indian astrology a person is born at that place, on that day and on that moment when his individual fate is in perfect mathematical harmony with the progress of the stars in heaven. However it does not preach total dependence on fate. Astrology lets you know what you were born with, what your possibilities are, the limitations, your strong points and your drawbacks. What type of life partners and professions suit you and to expect is also indicated. It also prescribes various remedial measures to ward off the bad effects and to enhance the good results. Astrology is your roadmap of destiny. However your fate is in your hands. The scriptures guide us by telling us what is good and what is bad what to do and what not to do how to do and how not to do. You are given a piece of land and the seeds to sow. How much effort to put in to it, what amount of manure and water to add and when how to reap the produce is your job. After that it is you who have to act using your knowledge intelligence, discrimination and experience. Fate is like a game of cards where you cannot help the cards that have been dealt to you but how to play them is in your hands. You may get good cards but if you play badly you will lose and you may get bad cards and still may win if you play carefully. Do not blame the roadmap if you get drunk, drive badly and have an accident! In the Mahabharata Lord Krishna gave advise to Arjuna and also to Duryodhana.

One listened and the other did not listen. In the Egyptian, Greek, western and Chinese systems of astrology only the birth chart is cast to give predictions. This is hopelessly inaccurate and insufficient. For example, moon, the fastest moving of the nine planets, remains in one sign fro two and half days. The ascendant, or Lagna, extends for a period of two hours. In these two hours, according to the present birth rate, several thousand people are born in the world with the same birth chart! All of them cannot have the same destiny. Hence their predictions based on this and the monthly transits tends to be inaccurate. They are somewhat accurate about the nature of signs etc., but when it comes to predicting the events in ones life and their timing they are nowhere. You do not really need an astrologer to tell you that, for example if you are Scorpio sign, you tend to be jealous and possessive! Vedic astrology has a four dimensional approach. Firstly, we have the divisional chart system, called the Varga system. Based on the planetary degrees at the time of birth, sixteen divisional charts are prepared, by dividing the degrees of the planets. These divisional charts are studied to ascertain the strength and weakness of planets and houses and also to study various aspects of ones life. For example, one-ninth division called Navamsa to study spouse and married life, one-tenth division to study profession, one-seventh for children and so on. The last Varga, called Shodashamsa, is prepared by dividing the planet?s degrees in to one-sixtieth part! Second is the dasa system.

Based on ones moons degrees at birth, we calculate the Dasas, or the ruling periods of various planets, which keeps changing during ones life. It is not just one planets dasa but Maha dasa, or main Dasa, of a planet, Antardasa, or sub period, of another planet and so on till we arrive at a fifth level dasa to study each day. Third is the Gochara, or transit of planets. Planets transiting various houses produce various different results. But a planet transits a sign for quite some time. For example Saturn transits a sign for two and half years. During this entire period its results cannot be totally good or bad. Vedic astrology further breakdown its good and bad periods even during its transit in one sign. We have the Asthakavarga and Prastharasthakavarga system, which divides a planets transit in a sign into eight parts and shows which part is good and which part is bad. On more last thing , there is the Prasna Kundali system, or chart cast based on the time of the query. This is studied as an add-on chart to give predictions. The modern scientists does not accept astrology. But it is a known fact that planets do have their effects on us. The doctors of almost all mental asylums accept the fact that during the full moon and the new Moon periods the mental patients behave erratically. The police record the same effects on many criminals. The modern scientists know some of the effects of the ultraviolet rays, gamma rays and beta rays of the planets. But unfortunately they do not have the divine wisdom of our ancient is to know all the effects fully. In the last there is probably not one science which is not properly understood, which so many pretended to know, and on which so many are prepared to express an opinion as in the case of vedic Astrology.

RUDRAKSHA guards you against marital discord. It helps improve relationships in married life and brings joy and harmony. It enhances attraction and attention from the opposite sex. This is considered to be the form Devi Shakti and Naga Shakti. It is said to be dear to Kamdev and is also known by his name. The beads are known to make the wearer irresistible to the female of the species. This is said to remove the malefic effects of Saturn.

One Faced (SUN)
Ear, Eye, Head, Bowel, Bones, Asthma and TB. Immense power, Spiritual enrichment and worldly pleasures.

Two Faced (MOON)
The Frustration, Sleeplessness and tensions. mental peace, Spiritual progress and increases concentration.

Three Faced (MARS)
Protects from Arms and Weapons. Ward off ill luck and purifies blood. Enhances Self Confidence and Physical Strength.

Four Faced (MERCURY)
It minimizes the malefic effects of Mercury like Intellectual dullness, lack of grasping and understanding power, difficulty in effective communication. Health, wealth and Knowledge. Enhances mental power, Sexual power, intelligence, Knowledge and attractiveness.

Five Faced (JUPITER)
It sublimates the malefic effects of Jupiter such as Lack of peace, poverty, harmony and diseases pertaining to Lungs, heart and blood. Happiness and Eternal bliss. Attains success in all walks of life, gains Knowledge, Wealth, Power, Fame and achieves Goals.

Six Faced (VENUS)
Hysteria and mental illness. Epilepsy and all women related problems Enriches the career path and helps in achieving immense professional and academic success. Also helps in fulfilling dreams and a very luxurious life.

Seven Faced (SATURN)
It has a main Impotency, Cold, Obstruction, Chronic disease, scarcity, worry etc. Finance Prosperity, Wealth and Peace of mind. It also helps ward off fatal diseases and achieves longevity.

Eight Faced (RAHU)
It removes diseases and helpful in betting horse racing and lotteries. This is used in worship and rituals. Wearer gets long life and becomes more truthful. It gives special talent.

Nine Faced (KETU)
It controls and cures mental fatigue, lack of energy to materialize thought and features. It helps in fulfilling dreams and ambition, makes more energy and more action oriented.

Ten Faced (LORD MAHAVIRA)
It overcomes fear, develops and sound mind and safeguard against evil influences and respiratory diseases. Helpful in Chronic cough and Asthma. Provides a secure and protective feeling. Helps in Spiritual field.

Eleven Faced (INDRA)
It protects one from bad luck and ensures long life. Also helps issueless women to have children. Enhances the wealth and prosperity. Grants long life to the husband.s wearer. Also helps in getting love and affection of desired person.

Twelve Faced (LORD VISHNU)
It protects from all kids of weapons or any danger from fire or disease or sickness. Person enjoys wealth, property and worldly pleasures. Achieves all goals. One can attain influential and powerful positions.

Thirteen Faced
It protects against sinful deeds, thoughts and bad luck. One enjoys all earthy pleasures and comfort. Helps attain Moksha and has hypnotic influence on others with sound mind and body.

Fourteen Faced (SATURN)
It removes all obstacles in life and protects you from many diseases. It is helpful in opening Third Eye Chakra, which governs clairvoyance, Sharpened skills and heightened state of awareness and can achieve highest position.

Dashas provide a system to judge the effects of the planets during person.s lifetime.

According to Vedic astrology, human beings are scheduled to experience nine major periods within a lifetime (assuming one.s life is not cut short). Each period is called a Dasa (pronounced Dasha) and corresponds to one of the original seven heavenly bodies, and Rahu Dragon Head (North Node), and Ketu Dragon Tail (South Node). Outer planets are excluded as the Dasa system was created before the discoveries of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. The Dasa scheme of the nine heavenly influences comprises 120 years, which is said to be the natural span of human life when society is not living a degraded, toxic-filled, and spiritually bankrupt existence. The dasa that a person is born into is based upon the degree and minute of the natal Moon position. Although a person can be born into any portion of any dasa, from that point on the periods follow a set order:

> Sun, six years
> Moon, ten years
> Mars, seven years
> Rahu, eighteen years
> Jupiter, sixteen years
> Saturn, nineteen years
> Mercury, seventeen years
> Ketu, seven years
> Venus, twenty years

Dasas are unique in that they symbolize the overall direction of a person.s life for very long periods of time. Although Western astrology utilizes certain long term predictive indicators such as twenty-nine year Saturn cycles, forty-two or eighty-four year Uranus cycles, and the transits of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto through of houses, none of these symbolizes a pattern that takes absolute precedence over all other areas of life. In the Jyotish astrology Dasa scheme, if a person is undergoing a Mercury Dasa his or her experience is decidedly intellectual, communicative, and psychological for the entire seventeen years. If Mercury rules the seventh and tenth houses of that person.s birth chart (i.e. Sagittarius ascendant), then married life and career will be the person.s foremost experiences during the Dasa. A person in the midst of a Moon dasa is more emotional and sensitive for ten years and feels as though the time has come to completely follow his or her most personal interests. This is because Hindu astrology is lunar based and therefore the Moon represents the most personal influence in the horoscope (along with the ascendant ruler). In some sense, a Dasa can be compared to a combination of a Western progression and a Western transit. It is like a progression in that it is long lasting and symbolizes an all-pervasive internal or psychological state. It is like a transit in that it generates predictable events and circumstances that last throughout the entire period. years for career success. In this case, success must be exceptional because the Moon is in its own sign, Cancer. A planet in its own sign always gives excellent results in its dasa, as long as it is not badly aspected by malefic planets.

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