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Ashok Angrish's Blog (5)

The philosophy of Horary - Ancient Principles combined with Advanced Astronomical Values.

The Philosophy and the strength of Horary System used by AngrishAstro:

The philosophy of Horary Astrology is based on the sound principle of unison or synchronization between the universal consciousness and the individual soul.

Each person’s soul is a fragment of the universal consciousness and operates in spaceless and timeless domain but the body of the individual – subtle or gross, operates in space and time domain.

An idea or a thought initiated by soul…


Added by Ashok Angrish on December 29, 2013 at 7:26pm — No Comments


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Kaal Sarpa Yog : Its relevance or irrelevance in Astrology !

• When, in a birth-chart, all other seven planets are placed in between Rahu & Ketu, it is stated to be the presence of ‘Kaal-sarpa yoga’ in the horoscope. 

• It has been stated in some texts that the effect of Kaal-sarpa yog, a dangerously malefic yoga, remains till the age of 47 years and sometimes throughout life; and, a…


Added by Ashok Angrish on February 2, 2012 at 11:13am — No Comments

Free Astro Lessions - Astronomy-II

CELESTIAL SPHERE/Celestial Equator

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If we imagine extending the surface of Earth indefinitely on the heavens on all sides, with the observer remaining at the centre, we get what is known as the Celestial sphere, the cosmic sphere or Bramhand. As observer can observe only half of this celestial sphere as an…

Added by Ashok Angrish on July 31, 2010 at 11:17pm — No Comments

Free Astro Lessions - Astronomy-I

Astronomy relevant to astrology

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Hindu astrology is known as pratyaksh shastra which means what is visible of the apparent movement of planets. In geocentric observations the Earth is taken as the center of the universe. Through we know that Earth is moving…

Added by Ashok Angrish on July 31, 2010 at 11:14pm — No Comments

Free Astro Lessions - Time

Astrology : Time


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The length of an astronomical year is 365.25 days or 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes, 45.2 seconds. Commonly a year has 365 days and therefore it is necessary once in four years to add a day to the year called leap year having 366 days. The rotation of Earth on its axis takes around 23 Hours and 56 Minutes.


Added by Ashok Angrish on July 31, 2010 at 10:56pm — No Comments

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