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aruntp aruntp 41-45, M 11 Answers Sep 17, 2012 in Hobbies

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I know Chinese astrology and find it to be very accurate.

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I believe in astrology. I have had a +ve Experience for me.<br />
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here is a good link about the difference in Vedic and western Astrology<br />
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http://wantastro.blogspot.com/2013/04/vedic-vs-western-astrology.html<br />
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I will say Self Analysis do help with astrology here is a good article on Self Analysis and Astrology<br />
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http://wantastro.blogspot.com/2013/03/self-analysis-and-astrology.html<br />
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For intillegence<br />
http://wantastro.blogspot.com/2013/04/remedy-of-weak-debilitated-mercury.html<br />
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For Meditation<br />
http://wantastro.blogspot.com/2013/03/meditation-now.html<br />
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http://wantastro.blogspot.com/<br />
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hope this helps

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I do believe in Astrology or ratherhave seen it's practices come to fruition. Now I am really interested in Locational Astrology because apparently I have been living under a Saturn/Pluto line which is the worst one of them all!

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maybe, not too sure really - sometimes my mind wants to believe it when its good - and when its bad i tell myself its all fake :)

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if it requires faith because there is fcuk all real evidence.. i'l pass

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I'll quote Roell on Vedic Astrology:

"For millennia, Vedic astrology has kept its original house orientation. There are vast treatises on what specific planets, houses and signs (as well as Nakshatras/Lunar Mansions) do when in combination. Unfortunately, today, to the average western astrologer, most of this stuff is almost incomprehensible (including to yours truly). Vedic treatises state conclusions as bald facts and almost never show how they were arrived at. As a result, they are tedious for the western mind, which always wants "explanations" as a shortcut. The current western Vedic revival is slowly translating some of this into plain English and modern terms (K.N. Rao has made a good start, as has P.S. Sastri), but it is a process that will go on for centuries, I fear."

I just think that Indian Astrology takes 20 times the work, just getting a handle on Western Astrology is a huge task.

one more quote by Roell:

"Sidereal astrology is not based on stars, despite the claims. Sidereal astrology, including Vedic, is based on the Earth's axial wobble. The wobble is the result of the Sun pulling the Earth in one direction, the Moon pulling in another. Take out one or the other and the wobble will cease. Add a third body (a second moon, a double star) and the wobble will increase. Simple physics. Based on traditional Vedic astrology, as well as Fagan-Firebrace-Allen's modern work, Sidereal-based astrology is a powerful predictive tool. I have no problem with that. So far as Sidereal being the "real" system, or Vedic being sanctioned by the gods as superior to Tropical, you can believe that if you want."

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