In ancient India, records of birth and death were calculated to the very nanosecond and astrologers hit the bull’s eye each time. Today, with globalization the sun, moon and the stars are still playing their important role in predictive sciences like astrology. Indian astrology is an amalgamation of astro physics, psychic abilities, star power and accurate details given by a client. All this is required for a prediction to come to its reasonable conclusion. Perhaps in comparison to other predictive methods of knowing the future, this method has success because it takes into consideration many factors before any foretelling is done. It has been a serious business and now with it has also kept pace with the new age. It has become technology savvy and survived. It has become immortal through space and time.
This ancient predictive method has entered the cyberspace like many other foretelling arts and science. Online software, consultations and a host of other services like havans, annual personal prediction, career graphs, advisories on wearing gemstones; potent marriage dates can be availed online.
With the aid of the computers it has become more accurate, as horoscopes can be cast and delivered online. This age old science has adapted itself to the future without compromising on its actual techniques and details of foretelling. The astrologers still use the six branches. These include the Gola, which is a positional astronomy, the Ganita, a mathematical calculations to find the Gola, the Jataka, which is the natal astrology, the Prasna, the Muhurta, which is the auspicious time to start anything and the Nimitta which are the omens and portents. Horoscope, gemstones, vedic charts, vastu shastra are used to make more accurate predictions.
Many known astrologers have websites that provide online services to help customers. One can get absolute privacy in matters relating to the heart, finances with reasonable consultancy packages. Customers can get remedies for all problems to make their lives happier. The emergence of Indian its applications in the corporate sector have helped businessmen, CEOs and many executives to take corrective measures. Sometimes it becomes essential to contact the astrologers personally. All information is mentioned on the website. It is hard to ignore the popularity of this predictive science. The very fact that it has adapted itself to make it relevant in this century and also the coming ages it indicates, that there is immense faith in its calculations. This is one of the main reasons it is acceptable universally and brings under its large umbrella a host of other smaller offshoots. People are now clicking the celestial mouse to remove the obstacles with ancient remedies.
Vedic Astrology-understanding the starry worth of tantra, mantra and yantra!
Has it ever struck you why some days go bad and some days very good? Have you ever wondered why some people wear huge colored gemstones, perform rituals on particular days and also fast for a particular number of Tuesdays or Saturdays? When you wear some colors you are negative and some colors bring forth good vibrations. Have you tried to find out which are your best days and best number and colors? Well you are not the only one. There are millions of people out there in the world who are always in search of the right person who will give guidance. Vedic astrology has been guiding generations of people in India. Now that the Internet has made it more convenient its online services are bringing fortunes to those who have put up such websites. Its starry worth is now known worldwide. They are able to match the cyberspace with the spatial universe above us. From the time it has emerged in 3rd century BC, it has been called by its Indian name ‘Jyotish Vidya’. It has been charting out the destiny of many known and not so well known people.
Here is what you should know about it if you ever wish to consult an Indian astrologer. Our lives are eternally linked with the stars above us. That is why when an astrologer is approached he asks the birth day and time and makes calculations-of the constellation of stars in the sky when you were born. This gives an idea of the blue print of the sky and the movement of stars. With the calculations the astrologer is able to get an idea of how the planets have affected the life so far and what can happen in future. There is actually no ambiguity. The problem usually arises when a person is unable to give the correct time of birth- because today the focus is on safe delivery, Cesarean section and other ways to induce labor. Sometimes the baby arrives in an unnatural manner. What happens is that the time of birth is then relegated to the back and delivery is counted in many ways-either when the baby gives the first cry, or when its head pops out. Or is the right time when the baby is conceived. Some questions are truly enigmatic. To use this science in its right perspective approaching the right astrologer is essential. With many astrological sites available, one can browse before deciding which is appropriate. Then the trilogy of mantra (chant), tantra (rituals) and yantra (subduing of malefic planets) are able to work in tandem.
Why predictions fail?
If astrology has been a calculated science for so many centuries then why does it fail? There are numerous reasons for the same. If the client has furnished the wrong information on the basis of which the calculations are made then it is a gross error. The timing of the birth is considered crucial for every astro-prediction. Very often, the time given is ‘near-about’ or ‘closest’. In the absence of correct records there is bound to be discrepancy in the prediction. How can the advice be correct? This is probably the ‘closest’ one can come to in defense of the astro-fraternity. Most astrologers have this grouse against clients who furnish wrong information. An astrologer on anonymity says, “In the ancient days the records of birth were far more accurate.�? How so, considering that we live in the era of technology when time can be as correct as the next, nano-second. The explanation given us thus, ‘The birth of a child was recorded by Raajgharanas. There were special people who were employed to check the accurate time of birth. Today, the focus is on safe delivery and not the timing of the birth. Hence there are fluctuations in predictions. Logically when the child is out of the womb it is considered the moment of birth and that is the accurate time- not when its umbilical cord is cut, or its first cry. Ideally to avoid a faulty prediction an astrologer uses a combination of techniques like palm reading and correct analysis of birth chart to arrive at an advice. In olden days it was legal for men to have many wives. Today it is no longer the case. So if a man is attracted to another woman other than his wife (physically or mentally) it is considered an extra marital affair.
Excellent article. I agree with your point that the client furnish wrong information by mistake. This efficiently effects the results of prediction.