Tithi Pravesha Chart Analysis

September 1, 2017 | Author: astroprophecy | Category: Ancient Science, Esoteric Cosmology, Occult, Technical Factors Of Astrology, Astrology
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Analysing Tithi Pravesh Chakra I Tithi pravesh chakra is one of the cornerstone of vedic astrology and was hidden in tradition of SJC until, the knowledge was given out by Pt. Sanjay Rath. Vedic astrology widely uses the solar return chart or the surya varsha pravesh chakra to predict the event of a year and this is widely known as Varshaphala. However, from time immemorial the scholars and pundits of India used the Tithi based calendar to reckon time, since the time needs to be reckoned from both the lumeneries, as they represent two different aspects of our self. Thus, the start of a year needs to be reckoned from the time when the exact portion of tithi commence again after a full cycle of Sun in the zodiac. Since the Moon phase calendar or the tithi calendar is synchronised with Sun, we need to see the tithi when the Sun returns back to the same sign after an year and the exact amount of the birth tithi has elapsed. When the event happen, that commences a new year in the life of native and the horoscope drawn for that moment can show the events of the year. However, the tithi pravesh chart can not be read independently from the natal chart, since the natal horoscope has an over-riding influence over the native. This article shows how to analyse the tithi pravesh chart, while simultaneously taking the natal chart into consideration. 1. Weekday: Take the weekday running at the commencement of the tithi new year. This becomes the lord of the year and has the most predominating influence on the native. Here the day needs to be reckoned from Sunrise to next sunrise and thus, somebody who is born after 00:00 hrs need to be considered to be born in the previous day. Only when the birth is after Sunrise, the weekday becomes the current weekday. Thus there can be minor discrepancy between the weekday as reckoned as per the english calendar and the one reckoned as per the hindu calendar. If this planet happens to be a functional benefic for the natal lagna and placed favourably in the horoscope, then the year would be favourable, otherwise unfavourable. The intensity of the results can be seen from how well the planet is placed in the natal horscope, what are the yogas the planet is involved in etc. The year lord shall activate all the yogas and results related to it in the natal horoscope during that year. This is based on the principle that whenever a planet is strong to give results, it will give the results of its ownership, placement and yogas in the natal horoscope: 2. Lagna: The lagna is the key which chanalises the energies of the natal horoscope to the Tithi pravesh chakra. Thus, if the tithi pravesh lagna is placed in Kendra to Natal lagna, it will bring happiness; in trikona it will bring prosperity and if placed in dusthana or badhakasthana, it will bring troubles and ostabcles. The lagna lord in the tithi pravesh chakra needs to be studied for success or failure in different endeavours in the year. 3. Hora: The hora lord at the commencement of the tithi new year set the focus of the events that are going to happen in that year. The events can be seen from the ownership, placement and yogas the hora lord is involved in the tithi pravesh chakra. This is the most important factor of the three and the strengths, placement or ownership and the yogas it is involved in will have tremendous impact on the main events of the year. If it is badly placed or afflicted, then the events can leave us with some bad experiences. The influence on the hora lord can be seen from the different divisional charts to find the exact nature of events likely to take place in different area of life represented by the divisional chart. The principle of the Year lord, Lagna, Lagna lord and hora lord can be applied to any other pravesh chakra such as masa pravesh chakra or dina pravesh chakra.

Namaste friends, When someone complained about too much theoretical discussion, I gave a reallife example in which some precise predictions I gave someone came true. Even that led to theorization and theoretical critique. The following mail slipped from my attention a few weeks back. Somebody forwarded it to me and let me try to address some points in it. > (a).Can the ATP chart replace the Rasi chart in prediction? The natal chart shows the entire life. But, if one uses a wrong or imperfect dasa system, it is easy to err in timing events. I am far more comfortable with ATP (annual Tithi Pravesha) charts as they are focussed on a one year period and are easier to judge. Whenever I have just a few minutes to spare and have to give a quick reading, I rely on ATP charts. And I am quite pleased with their reliability. > (b) Can badhakesa cause auspicious change of place? Yes, there are references in classics. Narayan Iyer produced a nice paper on it sometime back. > (c) Arudha in ATP is as relevant as in Rasi? Of course, yes. To me anyway. Arudha padas of houses show what manifests in a tangible way. That is as relevant in ATP charts. > (d) Can the ATP Lagna Virgo rising with Sun and Ketu under > the aspect of Saturn be treated as auspicious or harbinger of good? Sun in lagna with Ketu and under Saturn's aspect is not at all good. I did warn the native about one specific misfortune that is possible in the year and suggested a remedy too. > (e) Further ATP Lagna had Mars in the 8th in retrogression and Moon in debiliation. Mars in 8th in moolatrikona isn't bad at all. From AL (arudha lagna, manifestation of self, i.e. tangible aspects of self, including status and image), Mars is in 6th and shows great success and overcoming all obstacles. Natural malefics in 6th from AL give material success. Though Moon is in debility, he is with Venus in 3rd. Moon and Venus in 3rd in AL show good status and image during the year and good for financial gains. Venus is the 9th lord and Moon is in the 11th lord. Their conjunction in an upachaya from lagna and in AL is (was) in my judgment excellent for material status. > ATP Lagna had no benign aspect at all and benefics were all below

> the horizon. With such a disastrous ATP2005, could you have > predicted positive developments in one's life? Mars in 8th in 6th from AL, Moon and Venus in AL, conjunction of A9 and A10 (bhagya pada and rajya pada), aspected by two benefics giving a raja yoga (Jupiter and Mercury) - all these made me think it was going to a good year. Only Sun's eclipse in lagna made me predict one misfortune. Moreover, if you see D-10, you'll see several nice combinations that made me predict to this native a few months back that this lunar year would start with a good opportunity. > > > > > >

Here you are speaking about the D-10 of the most inauspicious ATP 2005. Have a close look at that ATP2005_D10: Lagna is between malefics, Saturn in 2nd and Mars in 8th, Ketu in 6th. Lord of Lagna Budha is in 6th along with debilitated Moon and malefics. With such a D10, you are deriving the logic that 10th lord in 5th will be auspicious?

First of all, ATP 2005 is not "most inauspicious". Secondly, Saturn is not in 2nd. I don't know what ayanamsa you use. With Lahiri ayanamsa, Saturn is with Venus in 3rd, giving an excellent raja yoga. Moreover, the raja yoga is in 5th from AL and shows recognition. Out of the 4 planets in 6th, only Moon is a benefic. Others are malefics. Conjunction of malefics in 6th is good. All these are adding to the placement of 10th lord 5th (in 7th from AL). > With your program, I had a look at the ATP2004-05 and by > all known canons of astrology, the ATP2004-05 is more auspicious > than ATP2005-06 with which you have predicted good. What are > your comments on this fact? Sir, this is not a "fact", but your subjective judgment. In my judgment, ATP 2005-06 is a lot better than ATP 2004-05. Look at rasi of ATP 2004-05. Lagna has badhaka lord and 8th lord in marana karaka sthana in it. Lagna lord is eclipsed by Ketu. The 9th lord of fortune, Jupiter, is in marana karaka sthana in 3rd. Ruler of the year is Saturn, who is the 8th lord and is in marana karaka sthana in lagna. Now look at the rasi chart of ATP 2005-06. Though lagna is afflicted, lagna lord and ruler of the year Mercury is in well-placed in 2nd and gives a raja yoga with Jupiter. AL has a nice combination. Look at D-10 of ATP 2004-05. The 4th house of happiness has 8th lord Mer5cury. The 9th lord Moon is in marana karaka sthana in 8th. The 5th lored of recognition is in 8th. The 4th lord (comfort) Rahu is in marana karaka sthana. I fail to see why you think it is good. In contrast, D-10 of ATP 2005-06 has lagna lord Mercury well-placed in 6th. The 10th lord is in 5th. The 5th lord joins 9th lord in the 5th from AL.

Based on all the canons of Jyotish t6hat *I* know and use, the year 2004-05 shows dissatisfaction, unhappiness and frustration and the year 2005-06 shows fortune and good breaks. The year 2004 was indeed like that and the year 2005 started very nicely. The native got a job offer in the week that I had predicted months in advance and he sold his house pretty quickly, in the 2 weeks that I predicted and to a friend as I predicted. To those who may be interested in this case further, another prediction I had made was that he would buy a new house in the town he moved to during Venus TA dasa (2005 Dec 16-2006 Feb 24). Whether this too comes true or not remains to be seen. But those interested can easily see why I made that prediction. Use D-4. First, you said you had some "doubts". Then you passed a judgment that I made "serious errors" and passed several harsh and possibly hasty judgments. If you just want to disprove my approach, there is no point in arguing with you. I replied because throwing some additional light on how I was thinking when I made these judgments in real-time and made these predictions can be useful to those who want to learn from this example. May Jupiter's light shine on us, Narasimha

You have provided the following birth details, which I have used for my analysis.

October 7, 1969 Time: 20:04:00 Time Zone: 5:30:00 (East of GMT) Place: 81 E 44' 00 " , 21 N 54' 00 " Sambalpur, India

Let me attempt to give your 2008 analysis using Tithi Pravesha(TP) Chakra principles.

Pravesha means entry or return and Tithi Pravesha Chakra is the chart drawn for the birth moment of Tithi return every year, so your calculated Tithi Pravesha

chakra for the year 2008 started as follows:-

October 7, 2007 Time: 10:38:23 Time Zone: 5:30:00 (East of GMT) Place: 81 E 44' 00 " , 21 N 54' 00 " Sambalpur, India

1) The Vaara Lord is Surya who is a functional benefic. This Surya is 4th lord and placed in 5th house in the natal Rasi chart. This Vaara Lord is 10th lord and placed in 11th house in TP Rasi Chart, indicating the year 2008 is favorable to the native.

2) The TP Rasi Lagna is Vrischika whick is in Kendra to the Natal Lagna of Vrisabha. The TP Rasi Lagna lord is Kuja, who is also 6th lord and placed in 8th house. Kuja is forming a Viparita Raja Yoga too. So TP Lagna lord placement will bring some obstacles, challenges and disappointments during this year, even though the TP Lagna is in Kendra to the Natal Lagna.

3) Hora Lord of TP is Shani, who is 3rd and 4th lord and placed in 10th house. This is a good placement and so combining all the above, the native will experience mixed results of benefits and challenges.

4) Chandra and Shani : Chandra and Shukra are forming two good Rajayogas in 10th house in Annual TP Rasi chart.

Now let us focus on the native's question about the change of job and whether it is beneficial or not. So let us move focus on Annual TP's Dasamsa Chart (D-10).

1) The Annual TP D-10's Lagna is Kumbha. Guru, the 2nd and 11th lord along with 5th and 8th lord Budha are Placed in it. Annual TP D-10 Lagna Lord Shani is placed in 10th house with 7th lord Surya and Ketu. Hora Lord Shani, who is 1st and 12th lords are placed in 10th with Surya and Ketu.

2) In this Annual TP D-10 chart the 10th house is strong in ashtakavarga with 32 rekhas. Shani and Surya has 5 rekhas each and placed in this 10th house.

3) Hora lord Shani and Vaara Lord Surya are forming a RajaYoga in 10th house in Annual TP's D-10 chart, hence the year is likely to bring power and authority.

Now let us see the timing of this job change using the Tithi Ashottari Dasa.

Tithi Ashtottari Dasa of Janma tithi (useful especially in Tithi Pravesha charts):

Maha Dasas:

Merc: 2007-09-22 (12:08:40) - 2007-11-17 (8:29:11) Sat: 2007-11-17 (8:29:11) - 2007-12-19 (23:13:42) Jup: 2007-12-19 (23:13:42) - 2008-02-19 (18:42:29)

Rah: 2008-02-19 (18:42:29) - 2008-03-31 (1:04:28) Ven: 2008-03-31 (1:04:28) - 2008-06-06 (21:41:34) Sun: 2008-06-06 (21:41:34) - 2008-06-27 (12:49:55) Moon: 2008-06-27 (12:49:55) - 2008-08-15 (10:05:20) Mars: 2008-08-15 (10:05:20) - 2008-09-10 (13:38:02) Merc: 2008-09-10 (13:38:02) - 2008-11-05 (12:23:25)

Currently the native is running the Guru Maha Dasa. Guru is placed in Annual TP D-10 Lagna which is Kumbha which has got 29 Ashtakavarga points. Next Dasa is Rahu, which is not involved with any of the Vaara, Lagna and Hora lords, so moving to the next Dasa which is Shukra, which is same as Rahu. So next Maha Dasa is Surya which is the Vaara Lord. Here Surya has higher shadbala than Shani, hence the following Dasa sequence of Surya (Vaara Lord) and Shani (Hora Lord) will give the results to the native.

Tithi Ashtottari Dasa of Janma tithi (useful especially in Tithi Pravesha charts):

Sun MD: 2008-06-06 (21:41:34) - 2008-06-27 (12:49:55) Sat AD: 2008-06-14 (7:20:31) - 2008-06-16 (8:01:34)

So in summary: the native will move to a better job between Jun 14th 2008 and June 16th 2008.


Raghunatha Rao Sun Dec 30, 2007 3:47 am

How 2008 will be

Respected Gurujis, Namaskar,

Wishes for new year 2008 to all.

Can u pl tell how will be year 2008 for me. Is there any better job changes in 2008.If yes, then when ?

DOB- 7th OCT 1969, POB- Sambalpur(orissa), TOB- 08.04 PM ( Tuesday)

regards manoj

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