SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY

Surya Kumar Mishra's picture



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Dear friends,
Most of us believe in astrology. They are also going to astrological pundits for consultations. But many astrologers mainly do not see your horoscope scientifically. It takes about 8 to 10 hrs to analyse the horoscope and predict or recommend on one or maximum two subjets, such as career, success, health, marriage etc. In hindu astrology, scientific ways are clearly stated. One needs to look from the angles of lagna, rasi and navamsa and gochara. There is nothing wrong, if one sees the bhava chakra also for finer results. The strength of planets cannot be understood from their placement in the native chart.
So please take advise of astrologers, who deal with scietific means for astrological predictions or recommendations. Recommendations for mantra chanting and yantra means are to be perfectly done, for better results. It may bestow, negative or no results, if not calculated scientifically.

OM SHUBHAMASTU !!!



madan_gautam's picture

Agreed

I fully agree with you.
OM

madan_gautam | Mon, 03/16/2009 - 16:20
shashi53's picture

Intuition in Astrology

I have found that besides knowledge of astrology, intuition is the most important factor in predicting the future results.
I had been the student of Indian Council of Astrological Sciences, (Chennai)and one of the faculty members told the students that inspite of learning the subject very well, one can not correctly predict the future, unless one has the intuition. The predictions by many of the students, who did research in the subject, were not correct.

shashi53 | Sun, 06/07/2009 - 04:45
khushi's picture

Palmistry

I heard palmistry is a result of some deep study by astrologers.Palmistry is the art of characterization and foretelling the future through the study of the palm, also known as palm reading http://youtu.be/4yzbKxkn2DE palmistry is the ancient art of telling the fortune by reading the various features of the palm like the lines, symbols, the mounts, etc.

khushi | Tue, 05/08/2012 - 10:35
Varun's picture

Indian Astrology Signs

It really amazes me to see how astrology signs have an effect on the nature and characteristics of a person.

Varun | Mon, 03/18/2013 - 11:11
krishnad's picture

astrology..

dear sir,

what ever you said is absolutely right..

in fact, no need to call for the SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY..
BECAUSE astrology it self is a science,that too a very refined stream of science..

what usually happens in india,

in name of pundits, we have huge no. of Ponga Pundits

in name of doctors, we have Jhola chaap doctrs on every corner,

same way in the name of astrologers, we are surrounded with crooks with extremely meek and dubious and superficial knowledge of this science...
who are just trying to make money...and spoiling the name of astrology....

krishnad | Sun, 04/14/2013 - 21:12
cathrinestellaau's picture

It is nice information

It is nice information shared as it helps to predict future that is very important part of life.

cathrinestellaau | Wed, 01/08/2014 - 09:51
ImSakshiArora's picture

This is the best answer but you know the fact

Imagine that you are a fish in an ocean whirlpool; you don't know that the water exists, per se, but you can see little bits of matter spinning in circles all around your little fish-body.

Now imagine that a new fish egg hatches, and you can see that as the new fish appeared in the spinning water, a bit of dust was over there, and a bit of algae was over here, and so on. Pretend you have an amazing photographic fish-memory, and take a snapshot of the whirlpool as the new fish appears, and begins spinning around with you and all the other ocean-junk.

Now imagine that you watch all of the junk spinning around in circles, sometimes our new fish runs into trouble; maybe he eats some bad ocean-junk and feel icky for awhile, maybe he bumps into another fish, or maybe he gets disoriented when the sunlight glints off of a chunk in just the wrong way. You take note of these "fish life events," and track them religiously in a waterproof excel spreadsheet.

Eventually, you begin to notice patterns; whenever that junk is next to those other algae, life is likely to be good or bad for our new fish.

And now imagine that you live for thousands of years and write down all the patterns for all the new fish. You'd be pretty good at predicting the general quality of fish-life for all of your little fish-friends, based on the seemingly unrelated locations of junk floating around you in circles. You have no idea what they are floating in (you don't know what water is), but you know when they line up just right, somehow life changes for fish.

Modern astrology is predicated on the assumption that we do not understand how the universe works in much the same way. The fish don't know what exxon or BP oil is, or does, don't know the sun exists outside the water, and have a very small understanding of the universe in which they exist.

Science is dedicated to the systematic testing of ideas, one step at a time. Today we know that gravity exists, because we can see it affecting the junk floating around us, but we don't know what it is, exactly. We can't detect or measure it. We know that 96% of the matter in our universe is invisible to us, in much the same way that 96%+ of the fish's whirlpool matter is invisible to it; it only detects the junk spinning around it; not the underlying "stuff" that is all around it (water).

What if we are like fish in a sea of quantum-water? We know that we can't see most of what is out there, and we know that matter appears to be jumping in and out of existence all the time; or that it doesn't even exist at all until we know that it's there. We know that if we move faster through the quantum "water" it requires more and more energy until until it's impossible to go any faster. The same concept applies to objects moving in water.

So, if we know we can't see most of what is "out there," and we know that there is some really weird stuff going on at the quantum level of reality, where matter exists in wave form, maybe there are some things we don't understand, and maybe it's better to admit that we haven't figured it all out yet, and also admit that patterns in the whirlpool exist that can help us avoid that streak of nuclear waste that comes around every so often, even if we don't know why (yet).

It's not that planets affect life on earth per se, it's that the planets are an easy way to gauge the status of the entire whirlpool; it's the biggest stuff we can see, floating around us. It gives us a good way to judge the relative positions of the underlying water currents.

ImSakshiArora | Mon, 04/04/2016 - 07:04