What is it? What can it do for me?
Horary astrology is different in another way. The chart that is calculated is for that question only and will show the background of the question (what led up to the question) what is going on at the present time and how the future could turn out if you let nature run it's course.
The fascinating thing about horary is that we have a choice in the matter. If the chart shows that things are going to turn out well then we can leave them alone and relax. But if the chart shows potential problems we can choose not to continue or choose to do something in a different way which can give us a different outcome.
The idea is that forewarned is forearmed and with the information the horary chart can provide, you can make the best out of any circumstances, even a bad one. For example, you might be going through a difficult time in a romantic relationship. You might consider it a good idea to find out if you are going to stay together and there are many reasons for this type of question. Perhaps you have applied for a job and you want to know what your chances of getting it are. Is a proposed business venture sound? Will I get the money owed to me? Will I win the case? Is this house a sound purchase? All are valid queries for the horary chart and, of course, there are many more.
In these days of advanced communications, the telephone usually satisfies the anxious parent, but what can you do when a much loved pet is missing? Horary astrology can help here, too. In fact, there are few subjects that it cannot deal with, although your astrologer will draw the line at anything he or she considers might be illegal or immoral.
When you call us we will take the details of your question, this might need a little clarification to ensure that we fully understand your requirements. Once we have this information we will then calculate the chart using a computer . This takes just a moment or so and then the interpretation can begin, but remember that we do not use computers for this and therefore a little time is needed in order to collect all the relevant information together.
It all sounds very simple and, as usual, it isn't. We might find that the chart is not "readable" in which case you will be told that your question cannot be answered at that time. There are many technical reasons for this and there is nothing dark or ominous about it. If this does happen you will not be charged for the call and you may ask the question again at a later date- your astrologer will advise you.
We have studied and practiced this art for many years and have helped many people, be assured that we will do our best for you, too. All we ask of you is that your question is clearly framed and that you sincerely want an answer. Remember that the chart will answer you honestly if the question is important to you, it is then up to you what you do with the information.
Originally referred to as your star sign, your Sun sign represents the sign of the Zodiac that the Sun was in at the time of your birth. The Sun rules willpower and ego. It is the core of your potential and uniqueness as an individual; who you are and what you are about.
Your Sun sign represents the main direction and focus you want your life to take and your determination to accomplish what you set out to do. It represents your personal honesty and integrity, your ability to command respect and authority and your capacity to impress and influence others. The beginning and end dates for each of the signs can vary from year to year.
Various Sun Signs:
|Aries||March 21 - April 20|
|Taurus||April 21 - May 21|
|Gemini||May 22 - June 21|
|Cancer||June 22 - July 22|
|Leo||July 23 -August 21|
|Virgo||August 22 - September 23|
|Libra||September 24 - October 23|
|Scorpio||October 24 - November 22|
|Sagittarius||November 23 - December 22|
|Capricorn||December 23 - January 20|
|Aquarius||January 21 - February 19|
|Pisces||February 20- March 20|
Chinese Star signs are a mixture and connection of geomancy, horoscopes, astronomy and astrology. In short, the sun, moon and stars are thought to have an influence over the moral conduct of people. This in turn helps to control climatic changes by people's thoughts and actions. The Chinese lunar calendar dates from 2637 B.C. and comprises five cycles of twelve years each, with a complete cycle lasting sixty years. Each of the twelve years was assigned an animal, because, as legend has it, only twelve animals came to bid farewell to the Buddha before he departed from the earth. As a reward to these twelve animals, the Buddha named a year after each one in the order that they arrived. As a point of interest, the animal that rules your year is the animal that rules your heart.
During the sixty year cycle each animal is combined with five Chinese elements namely:
Wood - ruled by Jupiter
Fire - ruled by Mars
Earth - ruled by Saturn
Metal - ruled by Venus
Water - ruled by Mercury
These five Chinese elements are in turn divided into the positive and negative magnetic poles of the Ying and Yang. The Chinese lunar calendar starts at 11pm and the twenty four hours of the day are divided into twelve sections of two hours each. An animal sign rules each one of these twelve sections and has an element, direction and a season.
A Chinese birth sign is calculated by the elements and their effects on our lives as follows:
1). The element of the year of birth
2). The element of one's animal sign
3). The element of the hour of birth
4). The element of the month of birth
5). The element of the country of birth
The Chinese birth signs are as follows:
Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Boar.
Chinese star signs are linked to the TAO TE CHING:
"The most sacred book of the Chinese is the TAO TE CHING, the book of the Tao or the Way. One inscription says that this is the ancestor of all doctrines, the mystery beyond mysteries - it cannot be put into words, only intuitively understood. 'The Tao that can be put into words is not the everlasting Tao'
Practical techniques from acupuncture to Chinese martial arts are derived from Taoism. It accepts the changing nature of reality, a refusal to look upon anything as being altogether alone from humanity and is one of the most tolerant of the world's religions. Taoism is the only one of the great religious beliefs that refuses to condemn magical and occult practices but instead absorbs them into itself. The book of the Tao is the book of self-knowledge."
In the nineteenth century, studies first began on certain life rhythms or cycles that were later termed "biorhythms". The word biorhythm is a compound of two Greek words, bios and rhythmos, which mean life and a constant or periodic beat. The theory of biorhythms defines and measures three basic and important life cycles in man: the physical, emotional, and intellectual.
Wilhelm Fliess, a highly respected and prominent doctor in Berlin, did pioneer work on biorhythms in the 1890s. Fliess, who had observed 23- and 28-day rhythms in many of his patients, began to collect statistics on the periodic occurrence of fevers, childhood disease, and the susceptibility to disease and death. With these statistics in hand, Fliess believed he had detected rhythms which were fundamental to man's life.
Dr. Fliess later developed two major biorhythm theories: first, that Nature bestows on man "master internal clocks" which begin counting time at birth and continue throughout life; and second, that one of these clocks regulates a 9-3-day cycle influencing man's physical condition and another regulates a 28-day cycle influencing emotions or degree of sensitivity.
A widely read man, Fliess speculated on why these two rhythms should prevail. He believed, much as we do today, that man is essentially bisexual in nature, composed of both male and female elements. Fliess called the 23-day physical cycle the male cycle, since it influenced strength, endurance, and vitality. He considered the 28-day cycle to be representative of the female element in all human beings; it governed sensitivity, intuition, love, and creativity-the entire emotional spectrum.
Subsequent research has reinforced the idea of the 23-day physical and 28-day emotional cycles. Of course, today few would agree with the premise that all physical components are male and all emotional matters female. Instead, both are now considered to be essential characteristics of each sex.
Wilhelm Fliess wrote extensively about the biorhythm theory, but the mathematics and statistics he used to support it were so massive and confusing that few people bothered to closely examine or to understand them. Still, the basic premise of the theory caught on. The idea of periodic rhythms in man created a considerable controversy among his colleagues, one which still exists today. Most scientists have accepted the fact that man's physical and emotional states are in constant flux, but many do not agree that these changes are influenced by regular biological cycles that start at birth.
One of Fliess' contemporaries who kept an open mind to his ideas was Sigmund Freud, a man with extremely revolutionary ideas of his own at the time. Early in his career, Freud showed extreme interest in and admiration for Fliess' theories, and they soon became very close friends. One hundred and eighty-four letters from Freud to Fliess have been published; unfortunately, the replies from Fliess have been lost.
Important ideas tend to spread rapidly in the scientific community. Dr. Hermann Swoboda, Professor of psychology at the University of Vienna, read Fliess' work while still a young man, and by the turn of the century was himself researching, lecturing, and writing on biorhythms. Swoboda, who detected a periodicity in the occurrence of dreams and thinking processes, and in fevers, asthma, heart attacks, and the outbreak of illness, believed his own investigations confirmed Fliess' observations on the 23-day and 28-day cycles. Swoboda contributed to the theory the notion of the "critical" day, when the cycle shifts from high to low or low to high; a day of instability and usually of some stress for most people.
When we seem to have more energy, vitality, and emotional control. There are days when these same feelings are at low ebb. And there are also those days when we react to situations in a totally unexpected way.
Our physical, emotional, intellectual and intuitive levels do not remain constant. They vary, even from week to week. This is because of the effects of the constant biological fluctuations in our body because of the motion of the planets. The bio rhythm chart is a unique way of measuring these changes. Scientific research shows that our health, finances and emotions undergo a cyclic pattern of ups and downs. The cycle is of 23 days for health, 33 days for intellect, 28 days for emotions and 38 days for the intuition cycle. This is known as Bio Rhythm Cycle.
The Tarot is a deck of cards that originated over 500 years ago in northern Italy. Although the Tarot was first used in a game called Triumphs, it was quickly adopted as a tool for divination, and popularized by occult societies such as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. The early Tarot symbolism was deeply rooted in Medieval and Renaissance Europe, but over the centuries it has grown to incorporate everything from Astrology and Kabbalah to Runes (which predate the Tarot by 1000 years) and the I Ching (which predates the Tarot by 2500 years). Today, the Tarot is far and away the most popular tool for spiritual introspection in the West.
Tarot readings are arrangements of cards drawn from a shuffled deck. The layout of the cards is known as a spread, and determines what each card refers to. For example, the Two Paths spread is used to understand an upcoming decision, and hence it uses cards to represent the different options and their outcomes.
Decks: Tarot decks consist of 78 cards. 22 of the cards are major arcana (trumps), such as The Lovers, The Fool, The Pope, and The World. The remaining 56 cards are minor arcana divided into 4 suites of 14 cards each. The suites are Swords, Cups, Wands (sometimes called Rods or Staves), and Pentacles (sometimes called Coins or Discs). Although the traditional meanings of the cards are the same regardless of the specific deck used, the imagery and language associated with each deck tends to make it particularly useful for some types of readings. For example, many of our visitors find the Renaissance Tarot particularly good at questions of passion, mastery, and reason.
Reversals: About half of the cards in a reading are drawn reversed (upside down), which either negates or inverts their meaning. For example, Death upright means "change", but Death reversed means "stagnation".
Numerology is the study of numbers, and the occult manner in which they reflect certain aptitudes and character tendencies, as an integral part of the cosmic plan. Each letter has a numeric value that provides a related cosmic vibration. The sum of the numbers in your birth date and the sum of value derived from the letters in the name provide an interrelation of vibrations. These numbers show a great deal about character, purpose in life, what motivates, and where talents may lie. Experts in numerology use the numbers to determine the best time for major moves and activities in life. Numerology is used to decide when to invest, when to marry, when to travel, when to change jobs, or relocate. I'm not claiming that this website is going to make an expert of you so that all these questions can be answered, but we can at least get you on the way.
The first question about numerology was exposed was why does it works. The second question was how does it work. Well, if we could answer these questions it wouldn't be an occult study, would it? Is it a God force? Do numbers have vibrations or something like that? Who knows? Just be objective and give it a try.
Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician who lives from 569-470 B.C., is said by many to be the originator of much of what we call numerology today. The actual origins of numerology predate Pythagoras, the most popular being the very old Hebrew Kabbala. In the twentieth century, the old science seems to magically reappear in the form of a series of books published from 1911-1917 by L. Dow Balliett and it was helped along in the 30s by Florence Campbell, and within the next few decades a wealth of literature was available to the public. Indeed, if you look at the past 90 years, it would seem that the science has moved very rapidly. But perhaps all of this was known at a much earlier time, and it was just hiding from us for a while.
Introduction to numerology attempts to explain the basics of this interesting discipline. It teaches how to change the letters in your name to numbers which reveal much about your personality and potentials. You'll get the feel of the numbers from the thumbnail sketch in the numerology keywords. Next you'll find a worksheet to help get organized and prepared for the task of assembling a complete reading of the numbers in your name and birth date.Following the format template, you'll be able to set up a reading that will include your Life Path number and the lifepath periods, your Destiny number, your Soul Urge, birthday, inner dreams, pinnacles, challenges, gifts and limitations. Your personal year will lend clues as to what kind of a year to expect this year and next. Finally, the Essence of the year will show what is demanding attention in your life and where your personal efforts will be focused. Finally, just added: learn your plane of expression. Your name reveals much about your personality.
The word Vaasthu in Sanskrit, means 'dwelling'. ('Shastra' means 'Science').It deals with details such as measurement, shape, direction and nature of the soil, in the construction of buildings.
It was supposed to have developed in the period of 6,000 B.C to 3,000 B.C. In those days, Sthapathis (architect-engineers) were the specialists in this science. Individual houses, public halls, palaces and temples were constructed strictly as per Vaasthu principles, also known as Agama Shastra in ancient India.
Now, in the new millennium, most of the builders in the city say that they still follow the rules of Vaasthu. In both residential and commercial ventures, Vaasthu plays an important role.
The shape of the plot should be close to square.
The length and breadth ratio of a rectangular plot should not exceed 1: 2.
It is not advisable to purchase a circular or a triangular shaped plot.
The plot should either be right angled or its angles should be approximately 90 degrees.
East and North facing sites must be preferred.
It is better to have roads on more than one side of the plot.
The ground level of the plot should be lower on the North-East than on the South and West.
The ground level of the adjoining plots or roads on the East and North should be lower than that of the plot.
It is always best to have ponds, tanks or rivers on the northern and north-eastern sides of the plot.
The house should be constructed with open space on all sides.
Northern and eastern sides must have more open space than southern and western sides.
The building should be at a higher level on the South and West than on the North and East.
Water sumps should be built on the North-East below the ground level.
Doors and Windows should face northern and eastern directions and their numbers should be even.
Gates should face North or East if the road is on northern or eastern side. If the house faces South then the gates must face South or South-East.
Kitchen should be on the South-East but never on the eastern, northern , western or southern directions.
The stair case should always be on the South-West.
Overhead tank can be constructed on the South-West, North-West or North-East corners.
Bath rooms may be constructed either on the East, South-East or North-West.
It is advisable to have balconies facing East or North.
Bedroom may be constructed towards South-West.
Verandahs may either be on the East or North with Pooja room on the North-East.
Car garages should be constructed along without houses. These out houses might be either on the South-East or on the North-West.
Septic tanks may be constructed on the South-East or North-West.
Kitchen should be towards the South-East and drinking water pots should be placed on the North-East directly on the floor.
Refrigerators may be placed in the southern or western rooms along the western wall.
There should be empty space on the western side of the house .
A person should face East while cooking. The oven must be arranged on the eastern south-east of the house.
Brooms should be placed in the south-west corner and never in the north-east corner.
The house must be swept towards North or East.
Dining tables may be arranged in any of the southern rooms along the southern wall.
Almirahs must be placed on the South-West, facing North or East.
Main roads on the East, North or North-East are advisable with wide gates on two sides.
It is better to have more open space on the northern and eastern sides so that lawns and greenery can be grown.
The floor level on the South-West should be higher than that of the others.
The main entrance of a factory should be on the northern, north-eastern or eastern north-east.
Transformers, boilers, generators, motors, furnaces and oil engines should be installed on the South-East or close to South-East.
Raw materials may be stored on the South or West. Products being processed should be placed on the West while finished products may be stored on the North-West.
Wells, bore wells and water sumps should be in the north-east area.
Machinery can be installed on the South, West or South-West of the factory.
Guard room may be constructed on the south-eastern side of the eastern gate or on the north-western side of the northern gate.
Overhead tank of the factory should be located in the western south-west.
Toilets may be constructed on the north-western or on the south-eastern region of the building.
Cars may be parked on the North-West.
A complex should never be constructed covering the entire area up to the northern or eastern boundary.
If there is no cellar for parking, more space should be left open on the North and East for parking.
If cellar is used for parking, then the building may be designed with more open space on the North and East than on the South and West.
The owner of a plot facing South or West, with parking space on the South or West, will run into financial difficulties.
Drinking water in shops must be stored in the north-eastern corner while bore wells and sumps may be dug on the North-East.
In shops, show cases should be on the South and West and never on the North or East.
Stocks may be stored on the western, southern or south-western areas of the shops.
Pooja place may be arranged in the north-eastern corner.
Main entrance of hotels must be on the East or North-East.
Conference halls may be constructed on the first floor with rooms on upper floors.
Balconies must be constructed on the East or North-East.
Construction of toilets on the north-eastern sides of the rooms should be avoided.
A.C. equipment must be installed on the South-East of the complex and never on the North-East.
Electrical generators and transformers have to be installed on the South-East.
Cash counter and reception must be on the South-West on an elevated platform.
The south-west corner of the building should be right angled.
Open space must be more on the East than on the West. The site selected for construction must be a perfect square.
Canteens, cycle stands and scooter parking sheds should never be constructed along the northern border as they have an adverse effect on finances.
Gates must be fixed on the North-East and never on the South-West.
According to Sun Sign
DIAMOND - ARIES
EMERALD - TAURUS
PEARL - GEMINI
RUBY - CANCER
PERIDOT - LEO
SAPPHIRE - VIRGO
TOPAZ - SCORPIOS
GARNET - CAPRICORN
AMETHYST - AQUARIUS
AQUAMARINE - PISCES
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