Re: Vimshottari Dasha System ( Hindu Directional system)
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mark Andrew Holmes
>Yes partially that and also the logic or rational of the planeteryperiods. The arrangement looks to be arbitrary.I want to know can any
one solve the logic behind it.
> --- 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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