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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Our Future in the second half of 2010 - Part II

Free Vedic astrology article

Before we proceed with our analysis of the coming six months, we must take a look at some terms used in this article.

Varsh Pravesh Lagna
The point of time when the last Amavasya (no Moon day) of a year ends is taken as the time of birth of the New Year. Chaitra Amavasya (no Moon day falling in the Hindu month of Chaitra) ended on March 15th at 2.31 Am and so it is taken as the beginning of the New Year.

Mal Mas
The Hindu calendar year Vikram Samvat 2067 (Georgian 2010-2011) has an extra lunar month and will have thirteen instead of usual twelve months. According to Jyotish savant Bhaskaracharya, a month in which Sun does not change signs is called a Mal Mas – an extra month. It is also known as Purushottam Mas. Any year with a Mal Mas is considered unfortunate as it brings war and famine to the general public.

Khappar Yog

Khappar is Mother Kali’s drinking bowl made from a human skull. Whenever a month gets to have five Sundays, five Tuesdays or five Saturdays, there is great unrest due to violence, explosions, and accidents. This phenomenon also disturbs the normal rainfall and leads to reduced crop yields.

Vishvaghras Paksh

A lunar Paksh of only 13 days is considered highly inauspicious and brings in its wake loss of life due epidemics, soaring prices, natural calamities, violence, explosions and change of national leadership due to unexpected events. This occurred between May 14 to May 27 and caused the Air India Dubai-Mangalore flight to crash on May 26th.

Let us now analyze the rest of the year in the light of facts mentioned above.

In the Hindu month of Jyeshtha (Georgian May 28 to June 26) there is a Khappar Yog due to five Saturdays falling in the same month. We can safely expect increase in fuel and electricity prices with attendant spiraling increase in general cost of living.

In the next Hindu month of Ashadh (Georgian June 27 to July 26) also we have five Sundays in one month and we shall see the continuation of the misery of the common man. The situation in Muslim nations will be unstable and the general unrest will peak between July 27 and August 04 as Mars crosses over Saturn on July 31 this year. Pakistan and Afghanistan are two failed states in our neighborhood and both will see an exceptional eruption of violence and consequent loss of life.

The Amavasya (No Moon day) in August falls on a Tuesday and fans the flames of unrest in the Muslim world.

A little later, Sun crosses over natal Saturn on September 25 in the Varsh Pravesh Chart and joins transit Saturn on October 01. This will bring about sectarian violence causing a huge loss of life in Pakistan, and Afghanistan. Iran and Middle East will also experience varying degree of misery.

Saturn and Jupiter come to a sixth-eighth house alignment on October 28 and remain so until December 06. This will keep the pot boiling and not allow any respite to these hapless nations.

Rajiv Sethi


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1 comment:

  1. So .... we are blogging at virtually the same time!
    Great post, as always....


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