SATURDAY June 26, 2010 PM: The Eclipse Factor in Charts
Types of eclipses [not just solar-lunar] Who are affected and how…we will study the real effect of eclipses on birth charts and understand the real nodal influences This is not a new theory but the teachings of Varahamihira
- PDF #1: Eclipse Factor covers the entire basic theory of eclipses besides describing the Eclipse Classification and comparing it to the modern classification of eclipses. Details with pictures to understand their nature. All eclipses are not malefic – know what is benefic and malefic.
- PDF #2: Eclipse Houses brings us into the real application of the eclipse chart. Which house was the eclipse in? What planets conjoin the eclipse and which planets are in the Hridaya Rashi? Do all eclipses affect us – learn how to choose which eclipse to studyand the importance of the eclipse lagna w.r.t. natal lagna
- PDF #3: Eclipse Time takes us into a more thorough study of the time of the eclipse. The start, maxima and end time are taken into account to determine what is hit and what benefits; what is entering destruction and what is coming out of destruction to see renewed joys of life.
Recorded Workshop in London.
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VENUE: School of Economic Science, 11 Mandeville Place, London W1U 3AJ. 020 7034 4000
Speaker: SANJAY RATH has been teaching traditional Vedic astrology in two courses – Jaimini Scholar Program and the Parāśara Jyotiṣa Course. He has spoken on a number of occasions in London and is an active BAVA member.
Organised by: GORDON BRENNAN 108 Tyrone Road, Southend, Essex SS1 3HB, UK 0044-1702-582576
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