Monday, 10 September 2012

Astrology in daily life -- When will I get back my notebook computer ?

Prasna (Horary astrology) is an integral part of Astrology.If we know how to use Prasna, we can be tension-free in our daily life. Here is an incident that happened on 28-8-2012 at 9.40 hours, that proves the usefulness of Prasna branch of Astrology.

At 9.40 hours, I got a phone call from one of my group members. 

'I had entrusted the job of repairing a notebook computer to one of my acquaintances who is good at Electronics. He promised me that he would return it at 9.30 today. I am waiting but he is not anywhere around here and not responding to phone calls either. I am confused. Please tell me when will I get back my notebook computer. Will he come as promised?' She sounded a bit anxious.

I looked at the planets. The Prasna chart for that time at Guntur A.P is shown above. Budha hora was running at that time. Budha is in Chandra's sign and showing the anxiety of the querist. Sukra is behind Budha and supporting him. Both Budha and Sukra are fast moving planets. So the expected result will happen very soon.

Lagna is Tula 5 th degree. Exalted Yogakaraka Saturn is behind this and supporting it strongly. Lagna lord Sukra is in 9th house and aspecting Lagna with Kona Drishti. Ascending Moon is in 3rd Upachaya showing success in the result. 11th lord Sun is in 11th house. So the expected result will happen positively.

We have to observe 'Omens' too, while dealing with Prasna. While I was busy looking at the planets, my assistant had brought the material that I was waiting for and placed it before me. So the 'Nimitta' also indicates 'success' in the result. 

Now, we have to calculate when will it happen. Computers are indicated by Kuja and Rahu. Kuja is very near to the lagna degree within 5 degrees. Lagna crosses Kuja in another 20 minutes. Almost 10 minutes passed in my conversation with the querist. So I said 'Wait. He is on the way. He will come and handover the computer to you in another 10 minutes.' and disconnected her call.

At 10.10 she called me back on her mobile. This time she was excited. 'Success Sir. Just now he came and returned the computer. Thank you so much' She shouted from the other side.

This is an example that shows how 'Prasna' works in day-to-day life. It lessens our tension and serves as a guide in times of need, if only we know how to make use of it in right sense.

Friday, 7 September 2012

Simha Rasi (LEO) -- The Lion connection

Sometime back, there was a rumor that a Lion was roaming the streets of London. Recently a tiger,injured while trying to jump over an iron gate and could not move, was caught by forest department officials in Karnataka State. While reading this news an idea struck me. Are these incidents, results of Sun's transit in Simha Rasi (Leo Sign) in opposition to Neptune? Neptune stays in a sign for 14 years approximately. So if this assumption is true, every year when Sun crosses Simha Rasi in August in opposition to Neptune, Lions and Tigers must appear in news.

I just checked up a few past years. The results are stunning.

In 2011, Sun opposed Neptune on 22-8-2011. Now see the news item that appeared on that day.

BHUBANESWAR, August 22, 2011
A tiger had died due to old age in Nandankanan Zoological Park on Sunday. The tiger christened as ‘Ashok' was 18 year old. The zoo has now 23 tigers.

On August 23rd there was a news that 32 pairs of eyes were donated by Lions club. There was also a news that the Lions of Punjab have visited Bangaluru. Though this news item does not speak of Lions proper, the word 'lion' appeared in the news somehow.

On August 25th, the following news item was published.

INDORE, August 25, 2011 
A royal Bengal tiger died of ailments in the zoo here, an official said. The 11-year-old tiger was brought to the Kamala Nehru Zoo about a fortnight ago from the Aurangabad zoo in Maharashtra for breeding. The big cat died due to gangrene and septicaemia, zoo in-chagre Uttam Yadav said.

See this news item published on August 27th 2011.

KOLHAPUR, August 27, 2011
Illegal land deal in tiger reserve:About 2,000 acres of land in 14 villages under the tiger reserve zone in Satara district is allegedly taken over by windmill companies without any legal procedure and permission of the departments concerned. In response to the complaint by rural activist Nana Khamkar, the Forest Department has started enquiry into the land deals carried out by the windmill companies. According to Mr. Khamkar's complaint, the windmill companies had not taken permission of the National Tiger Reserve Authority, Maharashtra Energy Development Authority (MEDA) and other departments.

In the year 2010, on August 20th, Sun opposed Neptune again. See the news item published on that day. 

KOLKATA, August 20, 2010
Sunderbans tigers' prey ‘die of shock'Six spotted deer from a herd of 25 that was being moved from the Bibhuti Bhushan Wildlife Sanctuary in West Bengal's North 24 Parganas district to supplement the prey base of the Sunderbans tiger died early on Thursday morning.

Though this is not directly connected to the tigers, however, it is about tigers' prey.

See this news item dated 21-8-2010.

JAIPUR, August 21, 2010

Gehlot helps out forest officer mauled by tiger:Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot spared his State plane on Friday afternoon to save a forest official who was mauled badly by a tiger in Ranthambhore National Park. Mr. Gehlot was getting ready to leave for New Delhi by the plane when information on the critical condition of Daulat Singh, a Range Officer in Ranthambhore, reached him. He acted fast and despatched the aircraft to Sawai Madhopur town to fetch the officer who got mauled while trying to save a tiger from the wrath of villagers.

Though this may look strange, it is obvious that there is some unseen connection between Sun's sojourn in Simha Rasi and incidents/news related to lions and tigers. It is definitely not a coincidence because every year when there is exact opposition between Sun and Neptune in Simha/Kumbha, lions & tigers appear in the news columns. The news continues to appear for a few days from the day of exact opposition and slowly disappears thereafter.

Is this not something mind-boggling?

(Courtesy for the news items: 'The Hindu' archives)