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  1. Re: Similar to panchabhuta tattwa, is there any similar sequence in planetary realm?

    Dear V.,

    Not a Jyotish Expert myself, at all, but perhaps the ancient sharing from ANCIENTS about Ksheer-Sagar Manthan where Gods and Planets were mentioned, including the two children of Sun-Moon...
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    Re: BETWEEN THE TWO...?

    Satay ji,

    Sorry for the delay in responding. Preoccupied...?

    Reality is a function of perception, as many say?

    Perceptions also tend to include rituals and superstitions and Faith and...
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    BETWEEN THE TWO...?

    Not sure how others feel, between (their) Rituals and Superstitions -- exists Reality = NOW?

    For me, Jyotish had ALWAYS been like THAT ...

    Others may choose to dither hither and to over there...
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    Re: Why is Saturn so powerful?

    Jupiter, has been considered as the JUDGE; Saturn has been seen as the EXECUTIONER...

    There is a rather small but very illustrative account known as SHANI MAHATMAY which illustrates through a...
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    Re: Harmonics...?

    I hope you meant, "WHY" and not 'how'! :-)
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    Harmonics...?

    ...
    I wrote...

    30 (first harmonic = Sign = 30 degrees) can be divided many ways.

    30/2 = 15 = 2nd; 15/2 = 7.5 = 3rd; 7.5/2 = 3.25 = 4th harmonic -- almost D9...?

    30/3 = 10 =...
  7. Re: This question might have come up in many of us.

    Anirudh ji,

    No need to be confused. God made the creation and its inclusions such as time and space. The Creator also made Clock (mundane, cosmic, cyclical, linear ... all kinds including...
  8. Re: This question might have come up in many of us.

    Namashkaaram jee,

    RAHU-KAALAM, by the way is very *direction and region-specific usage...*

    Just because one runs into trouble at a given moment, would it be wise to blame the watch or clock...
  9. Re: This question might have come up in many of us.

    Anirudh ji,

    Auspicious timings are like a railway time-table.
    Not all trains run on time, do they? But, we need to arrive at the station in time, do we travellers not...?

    Transits and Dashas...
  10. Re: In jyotish, how do you know if a candidate has done enough pariharas?

    Just to make it more interesting, try to analyze how different folks suggest very different remedies for querries asked on forums! Sometimes even different planets or combinations etc are identified...
  11. Re: In jyotish, how do you know if a candidate has done enough pariharas?

    On the point about teacher etc., me not desiring to be one -- I was just elaborating, since I did give the link about the topic in general. In your SP, I did not get the sense that you were seeking a...
  12. Re: In jyotish, how do you know if a candidate has done enough pariharas?

    What you need is a personal teacher, a Guru!

    I am sure HDF must have many such?

    I never claimed or strove to be one of such...?? ;-)
  13. Re: In jyotish, how do you know if a candidate has done enough pariharas?

    Just to save space and time, will provide a link to what I wrote some years earlier. My views remain unchanged:

    http://www.boloji.com/articles/1076/remedies-in-vedic-astrology
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    Re: How did you memorise and learn jyotish?

    My personally chosen method was arduous but time was on my side. When I learned astrology in the '60s there were far fewer distractions, no internet, no plethora of confusing and conflicting...
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    Re: Extreme lethargy - can jyotish explain it?

    Malefics cause subjective discomfort, usually of a deep kind. This individual seems to be not suffering all that much, although is obviously making others in her milieu unhappy, worried and...
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    Re: Book recommendation?

    Wishing you success with your education! Read an interesting short book by Rajneesh Osho on astrology in which he talks about essential vs semi-essential vs non-essential astrology. Example of the...
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    Re: Book recommendation?

    please search with keyword 'rohiniranjan'
    scribd.com
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    Re: Book recommendation?

    You can try the two primers (~600 pages PDFs) that I have written on Jyotish and on dashas (timing) which are available for downloading for free. Since this is going to be your third course as...
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    Re: RAHU

    namastay,

    better to view the nodes as indicative of 'significantly different' from the prevailing norm in view of desh kal patra.

    thanks
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    Re: Pancha Bhoota/Zodiac Sign Mapping!!!

    Is this originating in the tropical astro-ideology since in the *universal* template (similar to kaalpurusha symbology) Capricorn is where M.C. (highest point in sky or Medium Coeli) rests? In that...
  21. Re: My answer to a skeptic on why Jyotish fails (sometimes)

    Why tough love? Where?? How???
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    Re: Venus mahadasha for Aquarius lagna

    When natal moon progresses and enters a nakshatra ruled by venus, then nativity experiences venus dasha. In vimshottari time-scale, moon progresses at the rate of 13d 20m in 7,20, 6, 10, 7, 18, 16,...
  23. Re: My answer to a skeptic on why Jyotish fails (sometimes)

    Bhavat-bhavam seems to play a useful role ...
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    Re: Moon Mahadasha

    ... or trines therefrom (approx. 67% cases) if ruled by moon.
  25. Re: My answer to a skeptic on why Jyotish fails (sometimes)

    Namastay ji,

    Never heard of that. However, if you replace "Guru" with 'God' and then yes I have heard anecdotes of such experiences.
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    Re: Please answer these questions --

    Dear Viraja,

    1. Lunar nodes are used in tropical astrology! Please ask the person to explore their literature widely.

    2. Earth is very much used in jyotish which like most prevailing...
  27. Re: My answer to a skeptic on why Jyotish fails (sometimes)

    You may be right but I see jyotish as a tool. Or like a lump of play-doh (plasticine)! It is amorphous by itself but can be shaped into different things. To the religious-minded, it mirrors their...
  28. Re: My answer to a skeptic on why Jyotish fails (sometimes)

    If intuition is the supreme factor then what would be the sense in spending so much time and agonizing over calculations, meg, mini and micro techniques and technicalities and discussions and debates...
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    Re: Jyotish + Ayurved + Ratna (gems)

    Ancient texts (jyotish) mention and specify gemstones in association to astrological planets.
    But which one specifies that one must wear those for remedial purposes...?
  30. Re: A Venusian dream during ongoing Venus dasa

    That is wonderful! Bravo!! :-)
    May Goddess Saraswati bless you!
    Wishing you success in your newly-found passion :cool1:
  31. Re: A Venusian dream during ongoing Venus dasa

    Interesting recollection: A friend of mine who is into photography suddenly got this impulse (intuition?) to photograph owls. Pretty nice pictures he shot and shared on social media. It was almost...
  32. Re: A Venusian dream during ongoing Venus dasa

    No no, certainly not 'bad' :-)
    When it comes to symbols and symbolisms, we all have a God-given birthright: Freedom of choice!!

    Moon = Mother = Pure Love! (?) ;-)
  33. Re: A Venusian dream during ongoing Venus dasa

    Where did you read about pink being shukra graha's colour?
    Or did you extrapolate from the western idea of pink is for girls, blue for boys...? :-)
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    Re: The Arudha - Pada Lagna

    Yes, the more the merrier ;-)
  35. Re: A Question on Jupiter-Rahu-Saturn Transit

    Of course! As long as anecdotes and fairy-tales do not get presented as evidence ... :-)

    There is a lot that, at least on internet forums; though not exclusively so!!
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    Re: The Arudha - Pada Lagna

    That makes good sense (concordance!), if indeed you are looking at the correct chart.
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    Re: Yoga for renunciation

    Lahiri Mahashoy and Ramakrishna ji, as two of the many examples, were married and yet are accepted generally to have attained much spiritual success and ascension! :-)

    The converse is true as...
  38. Re: A Question on Jupiter-Rahu-Saturn Transit

    The quilt of divinatory crafts (including all forms of astrology) has become rife with patchwork of anecdotes and claims which over time have only revealed their true nature: drops of water falling...
  39. Re: A Question on Jupiter-Rahu-Saturn Transit

    confused thinking prevails...? :-)
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    Re: Punctuality in Jyotish

    Only the originator knows! Rest are just guessing, suspicious/trustless or both...? ;-)
  41. Re: A Question on Jupiter-Rahu-Saturn Transit

    Tropicalists use that as an important marker!
    Not sure if they consider it with equal importance to their use of the sun-sign.

    to your question: not consistently enough to hang a hat on...! ;-)
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    Re: Blessings in one's Chart...

    North, not south!
    How is work going?
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    Re: Punctuality in Jyotish

    not a derogatory term, but be-fitting individual perceptions and ?experiences? :-)
    Although in BPHS, The Kind Parashara had given special mention to Kali Yuga-dharma...? ;-)
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    Re: Punctuality in Jyotish

    ... and for the past 6-7 decades thanks to reinterpretations (astro fit-o -logy) by >>modern<< *jyotishi/jyoishinis* <LOL>
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    Re: Punctuality in Jyotish

    In agreement, broadly, but Saturn is also attributed with laziness, slowness (in the guise of thoroughness and obsessive quest of perfection) and since this is generally predominant trait described...
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    Re: Blessings in one's Chart...

    North...!
  47. Re: Jupiter and Venus aspect on ascendant or its lord (w.r.t lethargy)

    Astromancy! Divination based on 'objects' studied by astronomy (also a misnomer since it has begun to delve deeply now in the mysteries of universe, s-c-i-e-n-t-i-f-i-c-a-l-l-y)
  48. Re: Jupiter and Venus aspect on ascendant or its lord (w.r.t lethargy)

    Even more surprisingly, it has been observed that folks manage to give accurate readings and predictions using grossly erroneous charts and b-data!

    The Lord s merciful -- as long the seeker...
  49. Re: Jupiter and Venus aspect on ascendant or its lord (w.r.t lethargy)

    My condolences :-(
  50. Re: Jupiter and Venus aspect on ascendant or its lord (w.r.t lethargy)

    Yes, without making peace with ayanamsha, not a lot gets accomplished ;-)

    RR
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