Re: [thefixedstars] Fixed Stars and Hindu astrology
> Regarding Progression in Hindu Astrology, unfortunately so far manyHi Sunil John in Mumbai,
> works on it has not come out ...In an Ancient Book called Deva
> Kerelam ... similar to Bhrighu Circle Methodology (Bhrighu Chakra
> Paddathi), www.saptarishisastrology.com . Another method of
> Varahamihira is 4 years per sign, another used by some select village
> astrologers is 7 years per sign. In the annual chart one of our friends
> has deduced one month per house system and he has found excellent results.
Thank you very much Sunil John. This will be very helpful, and I think I
will be able to find now what I was searching for. My best wishes to you
and your beautiful city.
In Hindu astrology progressions are not used as western astrology for forecasting life events similar to Vimshottary system there are multilples of dasha systems with variable times given to various planets. the most effective and giving accurate results is Vimshottary system. Time slots allotted to various planets needs to be researched on what basis has been arrived, I feel if done by any of the current researchers will be boost to indian astrology Sun: 6 years, Moon 10 Years, Venus 20 years, Mercury 17 years,Jupiter 16 years, Saturn 19 years, Mars, Ketu 7 years each and Rahu 18 years totals 120 years.It is my obervations that many times anterdasha planets rulling are those which are connected to fixed stars either in paran aspects or influencing those lattitudes where travel takes place.
--- On Thu, 1/7/10, Shevtsova <shevtsova@...> wrote:
From: Shevtsova <shevtsova@...>
Subject: Re: [thefixedstars] Fixed Stars and Hindu astrology
Date: Thursday, 1 July, 2010, 23:07
Siderealist astrologer Edith Hathaway has just finished an extended
interview with me about the stars and the sidereal vs tropical zodiacs,
which will appear in the on-line Saptarishis Journal in about 3 weeks - I
think they said July 22 is the target date.- The Journal covers both
tropical and sidereal materials: I will let the group know when it comes
I am certain it will be very interesting. I did study Hindu astrology for a
little time, but because of a friend who was starting to study ancient
astrology and because there are so many ancient astrologers' books which are
now being translated. I know about the Vimshottari system of course, and
have many books on this very efficient system. And I feel that both ancient
and hindu astrology systems are interconnected of course, as both borrowed
from one another. There is one question that have not been aswered to me
however on hindu astrology. Do they have progressions similar or close to
the secondary progressions? and what would they be called?