The Nakshatras are the 13°20’ asterisms that divide the zodiac into twenty-seven segments, often called the Lunar Mansions. The Panchanga will list the Nakshatra that the Moon is in at the start of the day and give the time it enters the next Nakshatra. We must pay attention to the … Continue reading →
The Panchanga is the Indian almanac that is used to determine the quality of the energy for the day. It is composed of five (panch) limbs (anga) that represent five sources of energy and deals primarily with Sun, Moon, and their relationship to each other. When working with the Panchanga … Continue reading →
What is Gandanta? Gandanta is a Sanskrit word that is derived from gaNDa meaning bubble, joint, spot, knot and anta meaning end, termination, dividing line. In Vedic Astrology, we take this to mean the knot at the dividing line. This bubble or knot at the dividing line occurs between water … Continue reading →
Signs in Vedic Astrology are called Rashis. A rashi is a heap or collection. They relate to heap or collection of attributes relative to the sign. These attributes are just sitting there, in a passive heap, waiting to be acted upon by a planet in the sign. Planets are called … Continue reading →
It is important to see indications in the birth chart repeated from the Moon, in Navamsa, and other relevant varga charts. This lecture will focus on identifying the most powerful chart themes that have repeating indications, or confluence, in several charts. Chart examples will be used to illustrate how to identify confluence and ascertain the most potent things to predict in a person’s life. Vimshottari Dasas will be used to show when to predict.
The United Astrology Conference 2018 (held at the…)
Downtown Chicago Marriott Hotel 540 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611