Following are some research articles on different astrological concepts, tools and techniques.

1- A New Look into Dasanatha

Subject / Abstract:  Maharishi Parasara, Vaidyanatha Dikshita, Mantreshwara and Kalidasa instruct to consider dasanatha (ruler of period) as temporary ascendant during its active phase. This article testifies this principle with practical examples. It will help you to understand why at times dasa of a functional malefic planet yields productive output, and why dasa of a functional benefic planet sometime goes in vain. <Click to read more>

2- Analysis of US School Shooting Massacres

Subject / Abstract:  America has an unfortunate history of shooting cases in schools, colleges and universities. This research article analyzes the US school shooting cases and concludes frequent astrological patterns at the time of incidents. Ebenezer Sibly’s USA chart is considered for statistical analysis of antar and pratyantara dasas, transiting planets, and occurrences of previous and next eclipses. <Click to read more>

3- Bhrigu Chakra with Cycle Ruler

Subject / Abstract:  The concept of 12-year cycle is not new in astrology. Parashara’s Sudarshan Chakra, Bhrigu’s 12-year cycle (Bhrigu Chakra Paddhati – BCP), Muntha in Varshaphala and ‘Profection’ of Greco-Roman and Perso-Arabic astrology are few well known predictive tools. However, repetition of 12-year cycle does not usually show repetition of events in life. The objective of this article is to expand the horizon of Bhrigu Chakra and assign the lord of every 12-year cycle. This plain predictive technique promises astonishing results. <Click to read more>

4- Kota Chakra and Professional Setback

Subject / Abstract:  Kota Chakra (कोट चक्र), also known as Durga Chakra (दुर्गा चक्र), is a classical Jyotish technique for transit of planets through 28 nakshatras, including Abhijit. Conventionally, the purpose of drawing the Kota Chakra is to determine the affliction (ariShTa अररष्ट), battle (raNa रण), death (maraNa मरण), and other difficulties attributed to the 8th house. And it is not a coincident that Kota (as real structure) is itself related to the 8th house of horoscope. Planetary transits through Kota Chakra may be analyzed for professional setback, transfer, termination, failure and fall from the position. <Click to read more>

5- Bhrigu Prasna Reading

Subject / Abstract:  Andree Leclerc once introduced Editor of Saptarishis Astrology magazine to one of her business associates whose father was given a Nadi reading by a Pandit from Lahore many decades back. It maintains astonishing predictions regarding native, his family, marriage, timing of important events of life, and some uncommon remedies. This write-up presents the English translation and notes of said Nadi reading. Culled from Bhrigu Nadi Grantha, this reading reveals many useful clues for the Jyotish aspirants.  <Click to read more>

6- Kendra, Panaphara, Apoklima and Three Stages of Life

Subject / Abstract:  In Classical and Medieval astrological practice, Kendra (angular houses) was attributed to “beginning, central, and immediate”; Panaphara (succedent houses) was equal to “accumulated or promised in near future”; and Apoklima (cadent houses) was synonym of “declining, remote, and far away”. This symbolism is the foundation of rule that planets in Kendra, Panaphara and Apoklima show their effect respectively at beginning, middle and ending phases of life.  <Click to read more>

7- When You Fall in Love

Subject / Abstract:  Followers of western astrology assign 5th and 11th houses for love and friendship respectively. However, traditional texts of Jyotish do not endorse this thesis (except in Tajaka school of astrology). Despite, many modern Vedic astrologers have espoused this notion without any hesitation. Ancient sages of India do consider 5th house as the abode of love, however not for the mundane or carnal love, but divine love: a love for creator or beloved deity, chanting the name of deity in love, reciting god’s name etc. This article also provides astrological combinations of successful and failed love affairs.   <Click to read more>

8- Compendium of Rhetorius the Egyptian

Subject / Abstract:  “Rhetorius the Egyptian” was a noted classical astrologer of early Byzantine era, who enlightened us from the lost “Treasuries of Antiochus”. The Compendium of Rhetorius, consisted of around 118 sections, is also a compilation of the discourses of the earlier Hellenistic astrologers. David Pingree first translated the Compendium into modern English, but could not publish it. Later, James Holden rephrased and re-translated his version as “Astrological Compendium Containing His Explanation and Narration of the Whole Art of Astrology”. The objective of this write-up is to highlight some lesser known rather rare astrological combinations in Compendium.  <Click to read more>

9- Astrological Poetry of Ameer Khusraw

Subject / Abstract:  The Sufi saint and polymath, Ameer Khusraw has very artistically introduced astrological principles, terms, allusions, beliefs, traditions and even horoscopes into his poetry especially in the Mathnavis. This combination of astrology and poetry has given a new bread, depth and poignancy to his poetic compositions. Specially, the casting of complete Horoscopes and composition of their astrological interpretations and corresponding predictions is the original creation of Ameer Khusraw himself. This article was written by (late) Samad Hussain Rizvi.  <Click to read more>

10- Yavana on Transit from Asc and Transit from Moon

Subject / Abstract:  In Jyotish, transit is generally considered from natal Moon (Chandra Rashi). The conventional good and bad transit placements are in fact ashtakavarga points of planets with respect to Moon. Some practitioners prefer to judge transit from natal Ascendant (Janma Lagna). While analyzing transit from natal Ascendant, they mistakenly apply good and bad transit placement that are attributed to natal Moon. According to ashtakavarga concept both are different reference points. Following are the transit results and delineations of 7 planets with respect to natal Ascendant and natal Moon that are culled from classical Jyotish text Yavana Jataka. <Click to read more>

11- نجوم کیا ہے اور کیا نہیں ہے

نجوم، فلکی اثرات جاننےکا ایک قدیم علم اور فن ہے۔ یہ صرف پیش گوئی کا نام نہیں۔ پیش گوئی، علم نجوم کا ایک حصہ ہے لیکن اس کا مترادف نہیں۔ میری رائے میں یہ علم دراصل تین چیزوں کے مجموعہ کا نام ہے۔ زائچہ بنانا، زائچہ پڑھنا اور صاحبِ زائچہ کی رہنمائی کرنا۔ سمجھنے کی بات یہ کہ آسٹرولوجی یعنی علم نجوم کسی مذہب یا عقیدے کا نام نہیں۔ اس کا کسی ماورائی یا خفیہ علم سے کوئی تعلق نہیں اورنا ہی یہ کوئی تعویز، طلسم، نقش یا جادوٹونا ہے اور نا ہی یہ علم الاعداد کا حصہ ہے۔ بدقسمتی سے پاکستان میں اس علم سے متعلق بہت کم آگہی پائی جاتی ہے۔

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12- زائچہ میں 12 گھروں کے مالکان کے اثرات – حاکم طالع

جیوتش میں زائچہ شناسی کا ہنر بہت سے عوامل پرمنحصر ہے۔ ان عوامل میں زائچے کے گھروں کے مالکان خاص اہمیت رکھتے ہیں۔ ہر زائچہ بارہ گھروں پر مشتمل ہوتاہے۔ گھر میں موجود برج کا حاکم سیارہ “گھر کا مالک “کہلاتا ہے۔ گھر کے مالک کو ہندی میں بھاؤسوامی اوربھاؤپتی جبکہ سنسکرت میں بھاویش کہا جاتاہے۔اردو اور فارسی کتب میں گھر کےمالک کو صاحبِ خانہ اور حاکم ِ خانہ سے معنون کیا گیا ہے۔ہندوستانی نجومیوں کےمطابق کسی بھی تنجیمی حکم کا کا انحصار تین باتوں پر ہے: “گھر”،”گھر کاما لک “اور”کارک “۔ ان تینوں عناصرمیں گھر کےمالک کو اختصاص حاصل ہے۔

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