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VedicAstrology Science Affects Human life
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VedicAstrology Science Affects Human life

What is Vedic Astrology ?

A Science that teaches the effects of planetary movements on people's lives is called astrology. Astrologers need to understand the correct position of planets, zodiacal fixed star signs at any given time, in relation to any place on earth. Once these parameters are known, astrologers can construct charts in relation to these positions. An astrologer studies these charts and with his Vedic knowledge makes predictions about the individual. Astrology also is used to understand one Karma for this life. Vedic Astrology is also known as the Jyotish, or the Science of light. This Science has its origins in India and is pre-dated to its ancient days. It also refers to the Hindu or Indian astrology, which has been documented by ancient sages in the Vedic Scriptures. This deals with the patterns of astral light, and how they determine the destiny of a person. Ancient sage Parasara is considered to be the original author of these Vedic texts. Vedic astrology readings are now gaining popularity even in the western world.

Veda in Sanskrit means knowledge in the broad sense, and is known to be the origin for the word Vedic. This knowledge encompasses every aspect of human life like the spiritual, cultural, technical, medical, political and astrological areas. All these areas of human life are found to be worded in our Sanskrit Vedic writings. Historical writings on Vedic astrology can been found in the human society even 5000 years ago.

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