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Thursday, November 26, 2009

Hindu Vedic Astrology - How to find out if a lost article will be found or not

We often lose articles due to various reasons. It can happen due to our forgetfulness, like leaving our travel documents at the travel desk in an airport or It can happen due to someone else’s carelessness, like the time when we catch a flight for London, and our baggage travels to Paris. It can also happen due to theft when some one simply walks away with what belongs to us.

The uppermost question in our mind at that time is what will happen? Will my belongings be restored to me??

Hindu or Vedic Horary astrology has a wonderful way of ascertaining just this. A horoscope is made for the time when the question is asked from the astrologer. The chart thus cast will have the Moon occupying one of the 27 Nakshatra. This gives us a definite clue to the fate of the lost item.

Nakshatra are grouped into four categories. These are Andh-aksh, Sulochan, Madhya-aksh and Mand-aksh. The Sanskrit meanings of these name give a clue to their results.

Andh-aksh Nakshatra
Andh in Sanskrit language means blind, and Aksh translates as eyes, the name of this category thus implies that the lost item is like a blind person who can not wander far. It is therefore recovered quickly. The movement of the lost item is in the easterly direction, or it will be found in the east.
Rohini, Pushya, Uttar-Phalguni, Vishakha, Poorv-Ashadh, Dhanishtha and Revati Nakshatra fall in this first category.

Sulochan Nakshatra
Sulochan means good eyesight, and as the name suggest, the item lost under Sulochan group of Nakshatra travels far and is not recovered. It travels to the north and is neither heard of, nor recovered.
Nakshatra falling in this group are Krittika, Punarvasu, Poorva-Phalguni, Swati, Mool, Shravan and Uttar-Bhadrapad.

Madhya-aksh Nakshatra
Madhya translates as middle quality eyesight. The article lost when Moon is in one of the Nakshatra falling in this group is traced but not recovered. For example the police may arrest the person who stole your wallet but nothing can be recovered as the money has been spent and the credit cards maxed. The recovery takes place in the western direction.
Bharani, Ardra, Magha, Chitra, Jyeshtha, Abhijit, and Poorva Bhadrapad Nakshatra fall in this category.

Mand-aksh Nakshatra
Mand means poor eyesight, and so the article lost travels some distance towards the southern direction. It is found through painstaking work and is eventually recovered.
Ashwini, Mrigshira, Ashlesha, Hasta, Anuradha, Uttar-Ashadh, and Shatbhija fall in this last category.

Hindu Horary Astrology has a lot many more tools but the, method given above is a ready reckoner and gives accurate results.

Rajiv Sethi

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the info. It sounds pretty user friendly. I guess I’ll pick one up for fun. thank u

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