How to use ashtakavarga concept in predictions Any sign or house having ashtakavarga points more than 28 will give beneficial results, other than this if the sign is having less than 28 points will not give good results. Planet placed in such a sign or house which have less ashtakavarga points will be strength less, even if it is in own sign, exalted, in quadrant or trine and in upachya house. This means that planet is not getting favor from other planets. Planet placed in such a sign or house which have good ashtakavarga points will be good, even if it is debilitated or in 6th, 8th or 12th house. If 9th, 10th, 11th and 1st houses all have more than 30 points than the native will live a prosperous life. One will be a beggar if 9th, 10th, 11th and 1st houses have 21 or 22 or less points, also malefic is sitting in trine trikona.
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Only in the late seventies computerized packages for astrology started becoming popular. Earlier, horoscopes used to be cast manually with almanacs as an aid. The only date, a client is going to furnish would be the rasi and navamsa chart. The astrologer will be left with very little clue about exact time of birth which will be mentioned as nazhigas and vinazhigas or about the ayanamses used. Even the hand writing at times would be illegible.
Today the entire horoscope with all data required for analysis can be obtained in less than five minutes using astrological software.
But, has all this improved the quality of predictions given? This is a valid question but very difficult to answer. The only point which needs emphasis here is that in olden times, Astrologers had an excellent grasp over the subject, that even with very little inputs from the client in the form of Rasi or Navamsa charts, they could predict significant events to happen with a fair amount of accuracy.
They also used to employ prasna charts to confirm their findings. Moreover, they used to memorise all the text book rules and upon seeing a chart, they can immediately detect the presence of yogas in the chart. What has now happened is that though there are number of software packages giving lots of data, astrologers do not give sufficient time and attention to them. Also clients have very little patience and seldom allow professionals to a meticulous and thorough job.
The crucial point we need to note is that Rahu and Ketu do not yield any bind us at all. Whether lagna should be used for computing Sarvashtakavarga has been debatable issue. The Bindus of lagna add up to 49, the student has tow options — to include lagna thereby obtaining bindus in all.
Excluding lagna we get bindus in the Sarvashtakavarga chart. Text books like Shambu Hora Prakash have given bindus for Rahu as well. Now the Ashtakavarga of Rahu adds upto 43 bindus as follows: From: Sun : 1 2 3 5 7 8 10 Moon : 1 3 5 7 8 9 10 Mars : 2 3 5 12 Mercury : 2 4 7 8 12 Jupiter : 1 3 4 6 8 Venus : 6 7 11 12 Saturn : 3 5 7 10 11 12 Lagna : 3 4 5 9 12 Now, we will have a look at the tables of all planets and see how the magic figure of is arrived at.
In brief, bindus is actually a proess of summation of bindus obtained in each of the individual planetary chart. I wish to repeat here that lagna or rahu is not reckoned for the purpose of obtaining sarvashtakavarga of bindus eventhough there is difference of opinion among learned scholars on this point. Sun
Ashtak Varga Predictions in Astrology
By admin IN Astrology While giving Ashtak Varga Predictions in Astrology, we have to see the bindus contributed by the planets as well as bindus contained in the rashis. More bindus the planet has, better are the results. A planet even though it might be exalted or in its own house, cannot confer full benefits unless it has requisite number of bindus in the Ashtakvarga. Classical books say that when planets transit in the following houses they will give good results from Lagna, Moon and Sun lagnas: Sun in 3 — 6 — 10 — 11 houses, Moon in 1 — 3 — 6 — 7 — 11 houses, Mars in 3 — 6 — 11 houses, Mercury in 2 — 4 — 6 — 8 — 10 — 11 houses, Jupiter in 2 — 5 — 7 — 9 — 11 houses, Venus in 1 — 2 — 3 — 4 — 5 — 8 — 9 — 11 — 12 houses, Saturn in 3 — 6 — 11 houses, Rahu and Ketu in 3 — 6 — 11 houses.
What is Ashtakavarga predictions Ashtakavarga is a very sophisticated and unique transit system. There is nothing else like it anywhere in the world. In Vedic Astrology, there is such a plethora of techniques to choose from. According to Parasara, to make the process of prediction a lot simpler, Ashtakavarga can be used. To practice Ashtakavarga effectively, it is important to be very familiar with the qualities and actions of each planet as a karaka and the qualities and actions of each house. This is the key.