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Dhruva and the Polestar

Wonderfully praised by the brilliant and resolutely determined boy, the All-Attractive, who is the devotee of his devotees, reciprocated the child’s affections and spoke.

“Royal little boy,” he said, “I know what you are striving for with all your wonderful vows, and I will grant it to you with all my blessings, though it is very rare. 833 more words

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Very very interesting lore about abhijit naksatra

Astrology of Wealth... Paul McCartney

I have one astrology student, currently, who is particularly gifted and shows great potential. Some of her assignments involve her in looking at charts like Paul McCartney’s. 1,371 more words

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Parvata Yoga in the Horoscopes of Meryl Streep, Paul McCartney, and Bill Gates

Parvata literally means “mountainous.” The parvata yoga helps an interpretation that the native will “rise higher” than his or her peers and be notably distinguished. 763 more words

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Knowing if Planets are Friends or Enemies

The Parāśarī system of “Vedic Astrology” has really useful rules for determining how a planet’s sign affects its dignity. The idea is that the host (owner of the sign) and the guest (occupant of the sign) have certain type of relationship, and that determines the dignity (Unless the planet is in its own sign, or, many say, in exaltation or debilitation). 340 more words

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Astrological Calculations, Version 3.0!

For my first year or two as a practicing astrologer, every time I looked at a new astrological chart I had to overcome a really significant amount of intimidation. 1,050 more words

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Northern & Southern Hemispheres

Most of the human population exists in the northern hemisphere, and the major contributors to our current astrological systems (Egyptians, Persians, Greeks, Indians, etc.) all hail from the north. 416 more words

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Four Elements, Four Goals, and the 12 Houses and Signs

The Vedas define four goals of life: pleasure (kāma), stability (artha), morality (dharma) and freedom (mokṣa). Each one of these goals corresponds to a cardinal direction (W, S, E, N), to an elemental principle (Air, Earth, Fire, Water), and thereby to an astrological house and corresponding sign. 1,037 more words

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