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  1. How to Know if a Dasha will be Favorable

    There are many specific placements for planets that must be understood to be able to predict precisely the outcome.

    Kendras the Angles

    Any planet is more powerful in an angle, so benefics in angles will generally produce desirable effects during that period. A benefic in a triconal house is doubly good for there are two good influences involved with the dasha ruler. The dasha effects of a planet in an angle will be more prominent. The angles are the places of power and action. When in a dasha of a planet in an angle you can expect a period of big changes and major events. The 10th house is the strongest of the kendras, both the 7th and 10th houses will pertain to business affairs. Benefics in the 7th house can cause problems in marriage for it does attract many admirers, sometimes ruining stability in marriage. Malefics in the angles makes these planets and their meanings prominent producing a harsh, severe, and difficult to deal with person. The Dashas of these planets will intensify the effects of these planets and can cause accidents and health problems.

    Triconals

    This is a very fortunate period in life. Benefics in the 9th will bring luck, spiritual values, and fortune. The fifth house brings good karma, and prosperity, and the 1st house magnifies issues with the self. A benefic here will bring good to the individual. Generally the dasha of a malefic planet can be stressful however malefic planets in triconal houses seems to spoil the good of the triconal house.

    Upachayas

    The upachaya houses are the houses of improvement, (3, 6, 10, 11) they give the desire to constantly improve and better life. They give the quest to overcome difficulty. Striving to improve one self gives the strength to overcome obstacles, and the latter life is much better because of it. When malefic planets are in the upachaya houses the drive to overcome the obstacles is stronger, there is more of a competitive edge. The best placements for the malefic planets are in the upachaya houses. The dasha of a malefic planet in an upachaya house will produce the good effects of overcoming obstacles and improving life’s situation by a determination and competitive nature. Benefics in these houses do not give a driving force. The individual can become complacent and weak, or too nice and the opponent will overrule the native.

    Dusthanas

    A benefic planet in a dusthana house (6, 8, 12) will weaken the good effects of this planet. They can cause problems associated with the areas these houses are indications for. Disease, enemies and legal problems can surface in the sixth, obstacles with finances, chronic health problems leading to surgery for the eighth house, and hospitalization, retirement or imprisonment for the twelfth house. These all become relative during the dasha of a benefic planet placed in a dushana house. A benefic planet in these houses with a malefic planet aspecting it further produces these ill effects all the more. Since the 8th and 12th houses are moksha houses from the difficulty arises spiritual realizations, leading to spiritual liberation, the purpose of life.

    Malefics in dushana houses are the most problematic of all. They will cause some suffering and ill health. The 6th house will give the motivation to overcome things because it is a upachaya, but the 8th and 12th will cause great difficulties involving losses and possible deaths.


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    1. General-the natural qualities of the planets

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    2. Specific- caused by the position of the planet in the individual chart.

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    3. Moon chart

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  3. Moon Chart

    For further verification the Moon’s chart must be assessed. The Moon chart will give the perspective from the mind of the individual, what are they feeling during this period. After the dasha ruler has been analysed completely following all these steps then these steps must be repeated using the Moon’s chart. This means take the same chart and make the Moon the ascendant (Lagna). If the dasha ruler is good from the Moon chart and the rashi chart, you will be assured a positive dasha cycle. If it is good from the rashi chart but the Moon chart is difficult, you will have a mixed (some good and bad) result in the dasha period. If it looks difficult from both the rashi and the Moon chart you can bet it will be a negative time period.

    Divisional Charts in Prediction

    The dasha rulers (maha dasha or bhuktis) must be assessed in the divisional charts to really fine tune a prediction. They will reveal specific information for a specific area of life. If the dasha ruler is angular in one of these charts especially the 1st house it will bring out events pertaining to this chart. If it is in the 8th house there will definitely be change. The rulers of the houses of these charts are very important. For example, If Venus rules the 7th house and is in Virgo (debilitated) in the 8th house in the navamsha chart, then the Venus dasha or bhukti will bring on difficulties with relationships during its cycle. When working with these charts whatever house the divisional chart is in specific reference to, the planet ruling this house in the rashi chart must be focused on in the divisional chart of interest. For example, if you are interested in the specifically focusing on career issues you would find the planet ruling the 10th house then find its placement in the dashamsha chart (career chart) to see details if the career. If it happens to be one of the dasha rulers, you can count on happenings in relation to the career. As to the result the placement of the planet in the usual pattern of assessing a planet will reveal the outcome.


  4. Factors Activated During Planet’s Dashas

    The natural quality of the planet that rules the Maha Dasha (main cycle) is considered. Is the planet generally malefic or benefic? This means its natural qualities aside from what houses the planet may rule in a particular chart. The maha dasha of Jupiter, Venus, Mercury, and the Moon will be easier than the maha dasha of malefic planets Saturn, Mars, Rahu, Ketu, and the Sun. Jupiter will give some benefit because of its expansive nature, and Saturn will cause delays and setbacks because of its restrictive qualities. Each planet is the indicator (karaka) for certain things in life generally. This called stirra karakas (fixed) meaning they represent the same things for everyone. The planetary karakas are: Sun- Father, Moon- Mother, Mercury-aunts/uncles Mars-brothers, Venus- relationships, fixed assets Jupiter-children, wealth Saturn- death, old age. But that is only part of the situation. There are specific qualities that each planet will take on depending on each individual chart. The planetary ruler’s house placement will be the predominant area of life that will be the focus for that entire period of time. If you are in Jupiter’s maha dasha and Jupiter is in the 7th house during the next 16 years marriage and its issues will be the main focus during this period. The houses the maha dasha ruler rules will play into this cycle and how the issues of marriage transpire. If Jupiter in the 7th rules the 12th and the 3rd houses as in Capricorn ascendants the relationship will go through some difficulties for Jupiter rules the 12th house of losses. Both houses Jupiter rules are somewhat problematic. Jupiter is not a good planet for Capricorn ascendant. Check if the planet is in a friend or enemies sign placement, or if it is exalted or debilitated, this will strengthen the effects for good or bad. Jupiter will be in Cancer, this is a friendly sign for Jupiter, for it is exalted and intensifies it tremendously. Is the planet involved in any yogas. The yoga will come to maturation during this planetary period, meaning its effects come into play at this time in life. Jupiter here is Humsa yoga (Jupiter in an angle exalted). This can produce an overbearing partner, causing problems. If the maha dasha ruler is conjunct or aspected by other planets this will alter its effect tremendously. If the Sun was conjunct this Jupiter in the 7th house it would bring 8th house qualities (Sun rules the 8th) to the spouse maybe indicating early death for the spouse, and if the Sun is within a 7 degree orb of the Sun, Jupiter would be considered combust the Sun. This would therefore weaken Jupiter and the houses that it rules. The houses the maha dasha ruler aspects will also become activated in this dasha period. Finally check out where the planet goes in the main divisional charts, is its sign placement strong? Mostly focus on the navamsha chart for sign placement. If it is in the same sign as the natal chart (Rashi) it has more strength, it is vargottama. To look for deeper meaning and for more reasons why the dasha is producing what effects always look to the dispositor of the planetary ruler. In this last example The Moon would be the dipositor of Jupiter in Cancer (Moon rules Cancer) and the placement of the Moon (sign, house, house rulers) will give a deeper understanding of why an how this maha dasha is experienced. A dasha ruler that is between 2 malefic planets (papa kartari) either in the same house or flaked by the preceding and proceeding houses will be harmed and cannot operate to its fullest capacity. Like wise if a dasha ruler is sandwiched in between 2 benefic planets (shubha kartari) it will be given great opportunity and support to produce its most beneficial results.


  5. How to Predict the Outcome of a Dasha

    The beauty of prediction in Vedic astrology is the combination of both the dashas triggered by or with transits. The dasha system used most commonly is called the Vimshottari Daha System. The dashas are the planetary cycles of a life based on the placement of the Moon at birth. There are 9 cycles which include the 7 planets, plus the north and south nodes (Rahu, Ketu). The outer planets are not used. Each cycle has a designated allotment of years all combined equal 120 years. The ruler of the ruling planet of each dasha is determined by the 27 constellations called the Nakshatras. Each Nakshatra starting from 0 degrees Aries are 13 degrees 20 minutes. These 27 segments of the constellations take in the meanings of the fixed stars and constellations. They are called Lunar Constellations because the Moon resides in one each day. The daily movement of the Moon is approximately 13 degrees and 20 minutes. Each Nakshatra is ruled by one of the 9 planets. They follow in the same sequential order. So where the natal Moon is placed this Nakshatra, and the ruling planet of that Nakshatra initiates the beginning of the order of the cycles of the life. The planet that rules the cycle of the Dasha is called the Maha Dasha (Major Dasha). Within this cycle there are sub cycles called the Bhukti. The Maha Dasha and the Bhukti ruling planets are then further referred to in the chart by the house rulership, dispositors, and the houses they are in. The Transits used together with current Dashas will prove their predictive value.

    Here are the 27 Nakshatras and the plantet that rules each Nakshatra. The first Nakshatra is ruled by Ketu, followed by Venus, Sun, Moon, Mars, Rahu, Jupiter, Saturn, and Mercury. Then this same sequential order is repeated 2 more times completing all 27 Nakshatras. Each planetary cycle has a different length of years. Ketu is 7 years, Venus 20 years, Sun 6 years, Moon 10 years, Mars 7 years, Rahu 18 yrs, Jupiter 16yrs, Saturn 19yrs, Mercury 17 yrs


  6. Secondary Transiting Influence

    There is a secondary influence that can be applied. The transiting planets can be used as to the signs they rule in your chart. The ruling planets can be further referred back to the natal chart. When the transits form aspects to each other in the heavens these aspects will relate personally to an individual as to the houses these transiting planets rule in a persons chart.

    For example, if Saturn and Mars are in opposition in the sky, then the houses ruled by both Saturn and Mars in a person’s chart will become activated with the effect of this transit. Mars aspecting Saturn will have the difficult influence of these 2 planets. A Gemini ascendant has Mars as ruler of the sixth house and eleventh houses. When Saturn aspects Mars there could be setbacks and disappointments in the areas of friends (11th house), and work (6th house). Likewise Mars aspecting Saturn will also cause problems to the houses Saturn rules. As with Gemini ascendants Saturn rules the eighth and ninth houses. Problems with the father (9th house) or inheritances (8th house) are the possibilities. When there are difficult transits in the sky everyone will be affected in personal ways. It is like the Macrocosm effects always relates down to the Microcosm.

    Transiting Planets Carry meanings they have natally in Transit

    A transiting planet will carry the effects of its natal placements and rulership. As to the quality of the transiting planets some look to the natal placements as to what kind of effect it will produce. This can give a clearer idea as to specifics with prediction. For example if transiting Saturn is in the 11th house and the ascendant is Taurus then it will bring the 9th and 10th house meanings as well as the nature it possesses in the natal chart, what house it is placed in natally and the aspects it receives. If Saturn is in the 3rd aspected by Jupiter, Transiting Saturn will bring to the 11th house Its rulership of the 9th, 10th houses and the 3rd house placement as well as the influence of Jupiter’s aspect. Therefore; Saturun’s transit can bring travel and learning (3rd , 9th house and Jupiter) to the 11th house of friends or great gains. Saturn could bring about travel and learning (3rd, 9th) with friends (11th) for the pursuit of career goals (10th).


  7. Outline Transits for Prediction

    1.) The first thing to look for is the house the transiting planet is transiting and will transit for future reference.

    2.) The aspects a transiting planet may form to the natal planets

    3.) The houses activated by the ruler of the natal planet being hit by the transiting planet.

    4.)The spacial relationships of transiting planets to the natal planets

    5.) The dispositor of the natal planet being activated by the transiting planet will reveal the reason for the event that occurs.

    6.) The transiting planets can become stronger or weaker according to what sign or house they are in.

    7.) Jupiter and Saturn will give the main events of the year.

    8.) The signs/houses a faster moving planet (Mercury, Venus, Mars) remains in during the retrograde process will become prominent.

    9.) The transiting outer planets (Uranus, Neptune, Pluto) will cause a life changing event when conjuncting or opposing a natal personal planet.

    10.) The Moon will be the timer of the exact day an event occurs when other transits are indicating a big event.

    11.) Rahu/Ketu are where the most changes will occur for the next 1 ½ years. Note signs/houses they activate by opposition.

    12.) The degree of eclipses must be watched as to if it falls on a natal point in the birth chart, and the activation of that point when a transiting planet crosses over this sensitive point creates an event.


  8. Eclipses

    Eclipses are the result of the Sun, Moon, and Rahu/Ketu lining up. When an eclipse occurs there will be an exact degree of the new moon eclipse. There is a new moon every month, but the month that the nodes come into the specified degree orb for an eclipse to occur only happens every six months. This degree when the Sun and Moon conjoin is the degree mark to be watched for at least a year. When another transiting planet crosses that mark an event occurs. Also if the eclipse degree falls on a natal planet in a birth chart within three degrees it will influence the individual greatly for that year. Some think it can cause a wipe out for what the natal planet represents in that chart. Because symbolically they wipe out the light of the Sun. Eclipses are wild cards and are extremely unpredictable. One thing for certain is they radically change things.


  9. Moon as the Fast Hand in Prediction

    When there is an event that is climatic and greatly life changing as in death, there will be a number of transiting aspects transpiring. Always a number of aspects and events will be working but the trigger that times the exact day is usually the Moon. It has been said the outer planets are like the hour hand on a clock the inner planets like the minute hand, but the fast hand for the seconds is the Moon. The planets in transit are the timing devices of a chart. The Moon should always be observed every month in terms of the new Moon and the full Moon. The house that is activated during the new Moon will give an idea of what new projects will be initiated during that month. The houses activated during the full Moon will reveal the outcome of the new Moon’s development. Remember the new Moon is when the Bun and moon are conjunct; so only one sign/house is activated. A full Moon is when the Sun and Moon are in opposition activating 2 opposing houses, two weeks following a new Moon. Planets they are in close aspect to by conjunction or opposition become activated and tip off events in relationship to what these planets represent in the chart. Eclipses are especially powerful in this event, if they fall close to natal planets in the chart.

    Rahu/Ketu in Prediction

    Aside from all else the nodal axis of the Moon will reveal the most pungent events of the year. Always note what sign/houses the eclipses fall for the year. Here will be where the most changes will evolve. Transiting Rahu and Ketu will fall in opposing signs activating these 2 houses. There will be gains (Rahu) with losses (Ketu) associated with these signs/houses. As mentioned before the transiting Rahu and Ketu will activate the houses the same as in the natal chart. They always bring in a quality of fate and destiny.

    Here is what to look for:

     

    1. Houses Rahu and Ketu occupy.
    2. The houses of their dispositors
    3. The houses ruled by the planet that conjoins Rahu or Ketu. One or more of these houses will be connected to the destiny and fate of the soul.

  10. Jupiter/Saturn year’s Focus

    The most important transits for the year to focus on are the transits of Jupiter and Saturn. These two planets will give the over all status of the year. Look to what house Jupiter stays in for the year, then look to the house Saturn is influencing; the area of life these houses rule will predominate. Then the houses they aspect will be activated. The slower the planet moves the more lasting the imprint or experience they produce.

    Stations of Transiting Planets

    Therefore, the faster moving planets will produce more fleeting experiences, or everyday casualties. It is when the faster moving planets slow down and go retrograde that their impact is felt. The house that Mercury goes retrograde will be of major focus for over two months because in it’s back and forth movement of retrogression it stays in the same sign/house for over 2 months. Watch for the degree the planets will become stationary; this will mark a very sensitive potent point that stays active till the next retrograde. When Venus goes retrograde it remains in the same sign for 4 months, and Mars for 6 months, so these sign/houses in that year must be analyzed. Remember when a planet slows down, and stations its saying "stop look at me". It has something important to say.

    Outer Planets Transits

    The outer planets Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto will have a powerful affect on planets they conjunct or oppose. The more personal the planet being hit the more it affects the individual personally. The personal planets are Moon, Sun, Mercury, and Venus. The personal points to be watched are the Ascendant degree (for self) in the first house, and the Midhaven degree (for career) in the tenth house. They are involved in long-term life changing events. The houses they are in as well as the houses the natal planets rule come into play in the event that transpires. There are three crossings if a natal planet is hit within the year. Jupiter and Saturn can have three crossings from the retrograde process but not always. The first hit is the initial incident, the second hit usually intensifies the event the third hit finishes off and finalizes the experience. Outer planets hitting outer planets will not be a personal experience; they will be generational, affecting a whole group of individuals not noticed individually.


  11. Dispositors

    are extremely important when making predictions. The dispositor will give the heart and soul of what the event is about. Therefore the dispositor of the planet being set off by the transiting planet gives the reason why the event is occurring.

    For example, transiting Jupiter is hitting Mars in the fourth house and Mars is in Capricorn, Saturn ruler of Capricorn is the dispositor of Mars, Saturn as the dispositor of Mars is in the eighth house. The event may be a move, but the reason for the move is because of Saturn in the eighth house. The reason for the move is (reason why) because of an inheritance (dispositor in the 8th) of the property.

    Transiting Planets prefer certain Signs/Houses

    If a planet transits to its sign of exaltation, own sign, or mola tricona it will produce stronger results for the house it is transiting. It will be weaker and more detrimental in the debilitation sign/house.

    There are some houses that the transiting planets prefer, or operate differently in. The malefic planets Saturn, Mars, Sun, and Rahu/Ketu, do quite well in the upachaya houses (3, 6, 10, 11). They can cause disease in the sixth house, but usually the immune system is stronger.

    Houses the transiting planets prefer:

    Moon: 1, 3, 6, 7, 10, 11

    Sun: 4, 7, 10, 11

    Mercury: 2, 4, 8, 10, 11

    Venus: 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 11, 12

    Mars: 3, 6, 11

    Jupiter: 2, 5, 7, 9, 11

    Saturn: 3, 6, 11

    Rahu: 3, 6, 10, 11

    Ketu: 3, 6, 11


  12. Transits are the most important predictive tool used in astrology both East and West. A transit of a planet is referred to as where a planet is currently in the sky, and where it will continue to move in the future. The astrological reference book to look up the placements of the planets is called the planetary ephemeris. The ephemeris is the calculations of the planetary movements. There are listings for any year. They can be referred to for past events or future events. Astrological computer programs have this information as well. The sign (constellation) and degrees are noted and compared to the birth chart. When the planets transit (move) to aspect the planets in the birth chart there is a hit, and an event occurs. The same principles of reading a birth chart will apply to the transits.

    Houses of Transits

    A planet that enters by transit different houses in the birth chart will begin to activate that house and its house meanings. When transiting Jupiter enters into the fourth house there may be an opportunity to move, or buy a new car, since the fourth house rules real estate, and cars. Jupiter is the great benefactor and seems to bring things into our lives.

    Aspects of Transits

    If a transiting planet forms an aspect to a natal planet then the house the natal planet is in will be activated as well as the houses that natal planet rules. The aspects the planets give are the same as in the natal chart. All the planets aspect the opposite sign and the sign they reside. Mars special aspects are 4, and 8, Jupiter aspects 5,and 9, Saturn aspects 3 and 10. EX. If transiting Jupiter enters the fourth house and conjuncts Mars, then the houses ruled by Mars will be involved in the event. If it is a Virgo ascendant with Mars in the fourth, Mars would rule the eighth and third houses. The move could involve siblings (3rd) or property inherited (8th).

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    When processing the effects of a transiting planet, the relationship to natal planets regardless of the aspects will produce the effects of their spatial relationship. For example, if transiting Saturn is 5 degrees of Taurus and natal Mars is 5 degrees of Libra, they will be in a 6/8 relationship. Meaning if you count the signs/houses away from Saturn, Mars will be 6 signs/houses away, when you count back around (always in forward direction) to Saturn you will count 8 signs/houses. This will give the same meanings of what the houses of 6 and 8 mean to these planets. Indicating with both planets as malefic forces they could produce a serious accident (6th house) or death (8th house). Whenever a transiting planet comes to the same degree as a natal planet then this technique must be applied. Count to see the spatial relationship, and apply the meanings of the numbers involved, this means the meaning of the house in number. The spatial relationships are 1/1, 2/12, 3/11, 4/10, 5/9, 6/8, 7/7.

    1/1: This is the conjunction, when 2 planets are in the same sign/house. This is the most dramatic and intense relationship of all. It will have the intensity of the 1st house. The area of life that will be most affected will be the house they are in, all the matters ruled by this house will come to the forefront. For example, if transiting Saturn conjoins natal Sun in the 10th house there will be an event involving the career and social standing of this individual. The Sun could even represent the boss and Saturn could severe the relationship indicating trouble in their career possibly even getting fired from a job.

    2/12: This relationship between planets involves receiving and giving, or acquiring and loss. This involves the principle of the 2nd house of acquisition as well as the 12th house of loss. For example, if transiting Jupiter is 12th from the natal Moon there could be considerable loss financially (12th) but charitable gifts received (2nd).

    3/11: Both houses 3 and 11 are upachaya houses having to do with striving for improvement. They are competitive and goal oriented usually attaining desires, and due to being <st1:place w:st="on">kama</st1:place> houses they involve relationships, in the form of help from friendships. Transiting Venus 11th from the natal Moon can bring help from some female friends (11th) by exchange of ideas (3rd) or just listening when someone needs a friend.

    4/10: This is extremely event oriented; you can count on change occurring with this relationship. These are both angles and are action packed. If transiting Mars is 10th from natal Jupiter there can be a career change (10th) that may involve a change of home life or residence (4th).

    5/9: Here we have the influence of the dharma houses giving purpose or meaning to the life. The influx of energy here will come easily with a stroke of luck. Transiting Jupiter 9th from natal Mercury will bring a fortunate experience involving higher learning or a trip (9th) that is fun (5th).

    6/8: This is a difficult relationship similar to the quincunx in western astrology and is actually call a yod or the finger of God. The yod is involved in accidents or transforming life events through suffering. Transiting Mars 6th from natal Saturn can cause an accident (6th) that could involve death or a major life transformation (8th).

    7/7: This is the opposition of 2 planets and will always carry the significance of relationships between people. This does not only apply to marriage, but any kind of relationship. If transiting Saturn opposes the natal Moon there may be relationship difficulties with the mother.

    These examples are of course overly simplified and there are many other factors to be considered. Mainly the houses these relationships actually reside in, and the houses these planets rule. But instead of conflicting information all these variables usually point to similar things helping to confirm a prediction.

     

    Regards

     

    J.s.sandhu


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    • Lagna and Lagnesh / or Bhava or Bhavesh from Lagna.
    • Moon / Chandra Rashis or Bhava or Bhavesh from Moon.
    • Sun/Sun Rashis or Bhava or Bhavesh from Sun.
    • Sthir Karkas of the concerned Bhavas.

    One has to choose strongest out of the three lagnas – lagna, Chandra Lagna and Surya Lagna - to get the best possible result.

    Specific directions for consideration:

    SUN

     

    • Father to be considered from the9th both from the Sun and lagan.
    • 10<SUP>th</SUP> house from Lagna to be correlated along with the 10<SUP>th</SUP> from the Sun-for patrimony, paternal rites etc. and Career and profession
    • 11<SUP>th</SUP> house from Lagna to be correlated along with the 11<SUP>th</SUP> from the Sun for gains and father’s prowess since the 11<SUP>th</SUP> is the 3<SUP>rd</SUP> from the 9<SUP>th</SUP>.

    MOON

     

    • The Lagna and the Moon Lagna relate to physical felicity of the native and general strength of the radix.
    • The 4<SUP>th</SUP> from the ascendant and the Moon sign related to mother.
    • The second from the ascendant and from the Moon be investigated about one’s sight, speech, learning, wealth etc.
    • The 11<SUP>th</SUP> from ascendant and from Moon for gains, elder brothers, friends etc.
    • The 9<SUP>th</SUP> from ascendant and from the Moon for general fortunes, religion, meritorious activities etc.

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  14. But Dasha lord does not give favourable results in following conditions:-

    1. If Dasha Lord is lord of the sign where 'Mandi' or 'Gulika' is placed, it is supposed to give unfavourable results,

    2. Planet placed with Mandi.

    3.

    o Planets having less than four Bindus in its Asthaka Varga.

    o Planet placed in enemies' sign, or in its debilitation sign.

    o Planet combust.

    o Planet placed in Bhava Sandhi or Rasi Sandhi.

    Every planet has got some positive and negative sensitive points in all the 12 rashis, which give positive as well as negative results e.g. Pushkarnavamanch, Arishtanavamansh and Mrityu bhag. In case any planet is posited in any sensitive point, the concerned planet may give very pronounced results and sometimes with a bang in its in view of the individual dasha, antardasha and pratyantra dasha it may just cause a sound drawing one’s attention when it just transits that point or degree.


  15. Third Step : Judge Nature of Results of Dasha Lord

    Dasha lord gives favourable results in following conditions

    1. When any planet is moving from its debilitation point to exaltation point (Arohi) - near exaltation point better it would be.

    2. Planets nearer to Bhava Madhya are more efficient in their Dasha etc.

    3. Planets having five or more than five Ashtak Varga Bindus in the rashi in which they are placed give good results - quality improves if the planet is placed in Bindu - Prastar and Dasha Lord etc. take colour of the planet giving Bindu Bala.

    4. Planets placed in 10th and 11th from Lagna and/or Moon give good results.

    5. Planets placed in their exaltation sign, own sign and in signs of their friends give good results.

    6. Planets getting 'Shadbal' give good results according to the nature of 'Shadbal' gained.

    7.

    o 'Shubhas' not suffering from Kendradhipatya Dosha placed in Kendra and Trikona from Lagna and/or the Moon give good results.

    o 'Ashubhas' owning Kendra and/or Trikona placed in these Kendra and Trikona houses from Lagna and/or the Moon give good results.

    NOTE: (i) Rule No.4 and 7 should be seen from two angles Lagna Chart and Moon Chart, while considering Dasha and from three angles when considering Antar from Lagna, the Moon and the Dasha Lord, while considering Pratyantar 4 Lagna, the Moon, the Dasha Lord and from the Antar Dasha Lord. Quality of these results increases and decreases with more favourable points.

    8. Planets placed in 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th and 9th Nakshatra from Janma Nakshatra.

    9. Planets placed in the exaltation sign, Moola Trikona Sign or in friendly sign but neither placed in 6th, 8th, 12th, nor combust are known as 'Gocharastha' planets and give good result. Planets placed in 'Neecha' sign (without Neecha Bhanga) or combust or placed in 6th, 8th or 12th are called "Agocharastha' and they tend to cause agony, depending on other 'Shubha' and 'Ashubha' influences.


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    In books including classical astrological works results, which are mentioned, are generally based on natural zodiac - not individual zodiac in terms of birth chart and inter-relationship of the various planets. These common results are not found applicable. It raises a serious question of credibility of this great science when sometimes one finds just totally reverse results. How to predict specific, precise and accurate timed events is not very difficult, if one has the patience and time on one hand and in depth idea of the subject.

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  17. By Justice S.N. Kapoor

     

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    An Astrologer or a serious student of astrology is supposed to predict: (a) nature of event and (b) time of likely event. Both the things depend to a great extent on proper application of Dasha. There are various systems of Dasha Periods. Amongst them, Vimshottari Dasha is generally applicable to all. Naturally, it occupies prima position. It is suggested that in addition to Vimshottari, for confirmation, one should use one specifically suited Dasha, in terms of conditions about applicability in individual cases. These Dasha have already been mentioned earlier in Directional Astrology: Dasha System, along with specified conditions.

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  18. Dear

     

    Look out for 6 th ,8th and 12th Bhava, the doors to the outer world ,if not properly closed or afflicted ,they allow gusts of bad air and thus the abhichara. On planets look out for, sat ,Rahu,gulika and weak or afflicted mars for abhichara and occult related broblems self inflicted or otherwise.

     

     

    Regards

     

    J.s.sandhu

     

     

     

     

    Namaste Sandhuji,

     

    I have a question here. What are the combinations that a chart will be effected by black magic. What are the combinations that will award off all bad effects of black magic.

     

    Regards.

     

    Coolgimmy


  19. Dear Madhusudan ji,

     

    Its a quest and zeal to share, that makes me strive for more . Thank you for the appreciation.

     

    Regards

     

    J.s.sandhu

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Respected Shri.Sandhuji,

     

    I have gone thru your thread 'How to determine black magic from horoscope'.

     

    Simply excellent .. very informative .. i keep on referring different ancient texts but there is no direct reference of the combinations that may make a jataka susceptible to the different prayogas representing the dark side of tantra vidya.

     

    Many thanks to you for this valuable information.

     

    Best Regards,

     

    Mandar


  20. Dear sanjeeva ji,

     

    Thank you for your pat on the back sir, its highly encouraging coming from you.

     

    Regards

     

    J.s.sandhu

     

     

     

     

     

    Dear Sandhu.jp,

    You are giving astrological information with good strain and struggle.All members have to thank you.I like people like you who spend their time and energy in educating all who learn from your posts.

    Why I asked for male horoscopes is to remove any impression that premarital sex or love etc is exclusively feminine oriented but depends on the horoscope and not on gender.

    Wish you success in your endeavour.

    USR


  21. Dear Anusha ji ,

     

    My answers are in Red.

     

    Regards

     

    J.s.sandhu

     

     

     

     

     

    Dear Sandhu Ji, Pranams.:pray:

     

    Some clarifications please on the following.

     

    First of all, check the following conditions.

    1) All planets between Rahu and Ketu

    2) No planet is with Rahu

    3) No planet is with Ketu

    4) No planet in the Lagna

    5) No planet in the 7th house

     

    If any of the conditions above are not met, the chart does not

    have

    either KSY or KAY. (Kal sarp Yoga, Kal amrita yoga)

     

    As per 1)

    ---------

    If all the planets,I understand,including the Lagna fall between Rahu & Ketu on either side(east or west),it is either KSY or KAY,depending on the respective positions of Ra & Ke. I think it is ok.

    As per 2)& 3)

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    If there are planets either with Rahu or with Ketu, it causes KSY or KAY.

     

    Does it cause so even if Ra & Ke do not form the head and tail by their longitude even if some planets are with them?

     

    As per 4)

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    If some planets in Lagna but all other planets minus lagna fall between Ra & Ke,Does it not result in any yoga?

     

     

    If some planets in Lagna but all planets including the Lagna fall between Ra & Ke,does it not cause in any yoga?

     

    As per 5)

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    If some planets in 7th but all other planets minus 7th fall between Ra & Ke,Does it not result in any yoga?

     

    If some planets in 7th but all fall between Ra & Ke,Does it not result in any yoga?

     

    Given below Four cases

    ---

    1.A girl born on 30-8-1977 at 7-04 hrs at Chennai has Moon in 7th,Sun&Mer® in Lagna

    but except 7th all others fall between Rahu in Virgo and Ketu in Pisces.

    Some are of the view that this girl is not affected by any yoga.

    But here I find with due respect to KSY & KAY the dual effect.

     

    The girl does not have KSY OR KAY.

     

     

    2.A lady born on 29-6-1941 at 7-56 hrs at Kumbakonam(79:E:21/ 10:N:57) has Ketu

    with Mars in Pisces (Mars & Ketu in Longi 5-08 & 3-38 respectively) while Rahu alone in

    Virgo,showing all the palenets including LAGNA Which has VENUS in it between Ra &

    Ke.

    Can we conclude that this woman has KSY or no KSY because Lagna has a planet?.

     

    NO lady does not have a KSY OR KAY.

     

     

    3.A boy born on 11-6-1978 at 11-35 hrs at Kancheepuram(79:E:45/12:N:05) has Ketu in

    Pisces and Rahu in Virgo and all the planets within them including Lagna which has

    in it two planets,Mars&Sat.This boy is doing well somewhere abroad and got married

    recently. Does he has a KSY?

     

    No KSY or KAY.

     

     

    4.A person born 26-9-1940 at 5-00hrs at Chennai has Ketu in Pisces and Rahu in Virgo

    with Mars,Sun &Mercury (Rahu:18:16,Mars:00:47,Sun:09:42,Mer:25:47),indicating

    all fall between Mercury & Ketu,but three planets with Rahu & no planets in

    Lagna.

    How to decide on this?

     

    Its not a KSY or KAY.

     

    In my humble view majority of charts may have the combination of KSY and KAY,if not

    KSY or KAY alone.

     

    Can I have your guidance? Please correct,if my understanding has gone astray.

     

    Regards,:pray:

    Anusha


  22. Dear Ayush ji,

     

    Please go through the following link , for all the information you need.

     

     

    http://www.indiadivine.org/audarya/vedic astrology-jyotisha/450000-how-determine-black-magic-horoscope.html

     

     

    Regards

     

    J.s.sandhu

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Dear Sandhu Ji,

     

    I've read an article posted by you on Curses. I'm surprised that nothing was mentioned about Gulika's role in Curses. I've read on Pt Rath's web site that Gulika plays an important role in identifying Black Magic.

     

    Are Black Magic and Curses two different aspects?

     

    Can you post some more information about finding Black Magic in the Natal Chart.

     

    wbr

    Ayush


  23. Dear moonwalker,

     

    Why dont you draw a chalit chart of the two lagnas, see the exact positioning of the planet , Now in Dasha and bhukti of the concerned planet it gives a significant result

    as per its nature, placements and aspects. Its not an easy question to answer and it has already taxed the limited rescources of my mind.

     

    Regards

     

    J.s.sandhu

    Ps. please read the following paragraph clearly, it in itself is not an easy topic to divulge on.

     

     

     

     

     

    Sandhi or the transition zone between one bhava and another and between two rashis, is a problematic field of study in jyotish. It is a nebulous area where astrologers have so far failed to throw light on the reasons behind the peculiar nature of planets in sandhi and their effects on people’s lives. Being transitional in nature, sandhis are fuzzy and grey areas and planets placed in them are extremely fragile. They not only provide troublesome lives to their natives, but continue to torment them throughout their lives by being unable to provide the results of their bhavas or their rashis. The asymmetrical juxtaposition of the rashi and bhava chakras complicates the situation further whereby bhavas and rashis overlap each other and planets caught in these points, affect both their rashi and bhava positions. Astrologers have tended to overlook this aspect entirely where planets in sandhi occupying different rashis and bhavas will not yield results of one or the other. It is therefore necessary to examine this phenomenon from closer quarters.

    Bhava sandhi

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Eagerly awaiting your reply...Sandhu Ji. :)
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