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Re: Vimshottari Dasha System ( Hindu Directional system)

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  • govanderavi
    ... periods. The arrangement looks to be arbitrary.I want to know can any one solve the logic behind it. Ravi Govande
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 18, 2006
      --- In thefixedstars@yahoogroups.com, Mark Andrew Holmes
      <mahtezcatpoc@...> wrote:
      >Yes partially that and also the logic or rational of the planetery
      periods. The arrangement looks to be arbitrary.I want to know can any
      one solve the logic behind it.
      Ravi Govande>
      >
      > --- govanderavi <govanderavi@...> wrote:
      >
      > > In India We are following a kind of Directional
      > > system in which Fixed
      > > stars are used ( Nakshatra of Moon) In this system
      > > there are nine
      > > planets considered and zodiac is divided in 27
      > > nakskatras. Based on
      > > the birth time and exact longitude of the moon in
      > > the nakshatra
      > > Vimshottari Dasha or Inter periods are decided. The
      > > Period allotted
      > > to each planet is as follows.
      > > Sun : 6 years
      > > moon: 10 years
      > > Mars, South Node : 7 years
      > > Jupitor: 16 years
      > > Saturn : 19 years
      > > Mercury : 17 years
      > > North Node : 18 years
      > > Venus : 20 years Total period of life span
      > > considered 120 years. The
      > > forecast made based on the planetery system is very
      > > accurate many
      > > times. System is based on Nakshatra ( Fixed star of
      > > moon) I wish to
      > > know the rational or logic behind allotment of
      > > plaentery years for
      > > the planets. The Years for planets looks very odd
      > > but the results are
      > > very good. In the same proportions months, days are
      > > calculated.
      > > Sepherial has given the method in his books for
      > > western astrolgers.
      > > Can any one solve the puzzle?
      > > Ravi Govande
      >
      >
      > If I understand you correctly, you're asking why the
      > planetary periods are as long as they are.
      >
      > Does anybody have any idea why this is?
      >
      > Mark A. Holmes
      >
      >
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