Introduction- The houses
Before venturing into the study of the finances of a nation we should be clear about the indications of the houses in the chart.
In deva prasna (i.e. questions bearing on deities, the twelve houses signify (1) Divine presence, (2) wealth, (3) temple servants, (4) vehicles (5) image, idol, picture or symbol like an alter, (6) enemies, (7) ornaments, (8) offerings, oblations of five or sixteen kinds, (9) temple authorities, (10) festivals, (11) income and (12) expenditure.
There are two methods to draw a Trimsamsa (D30) Chart. We discuss the method of Parashara.
What is the Trimsamsa, and how to draw a Trimsamsa Chart?
Trimsamsa means the one-thirtieth portion of a sign measuring one degree. Unlike other divisions, the Sun and Moon are not the Lords of any trimsamsa and the Nodes (Rahu & Ketu) also do not owm any trimsamsa. Thus the remaining five of Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn own the trimsamsa.
Venue: Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, 1069 East Meadow Circle, Palo Alto, CA 94303 – at the ‘Samadhi Classroom” Website: www.itp.edu
Dates: 28-29 May, 2011, Time: 10.00am – 5.00pm
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28 May AM: Vimshamsha D20 chart, the calculations and philosophy + Vimshamsha shakti
28 May PM: Bhavas in D20 chart with Concepts of Devata: Kula, Gotra, Stana, Dharma, Ishta
29 May AM: Lagna (Rashi) in D20 chart, Karaka Lagna, Bhratri Karaka
29 May PM: Holy Charts of –
Continued from Ātmakāraka I
Bhagavat Gītā: A few years ago when we were asked about the standard books for studying Jyotisa, the Bhagavat Gītā, Bṛhat Parāśara horā śāstra and Maharṣi Jaimini’s upadeśa sutra were recommended as the foundation.
Kārakāṁśa is composed of two words – (1) ‘kāraka’ referring to the ātmakāraka specifically and other Charakāraka (temporal significators) as well and (2) ‘aṁśa’ referring to the navāṁśa and other divisional charts.