Combinations for the Study of Astrology

Yogi Bhaskaranandji

in Yogis, Destiny and the Wheel of Time – ch. 9

My Guruji (Swami Paramananda Saraswati) had re-kindled my interest in astrology and Yogiji (Yogi Bhaskaranandji) lent to it the effulgence and radiance of his astrological wisdom. He called the 4th house the “esoteric” house in the moksha (salvation) triangle, good for astrological pursuits and allied astrological sciences; the 8th house was the “occult” house which would enlarge an astrological vision with intuitive gifts and clairvoyance. 

He preferred Mithuna (Gemini), Tula (Libra), and Kumbha (Aquarius) the intellectual rashis (air signs) for the quick grasp of subtle astrological principles. His second preference was Kanya lagna (Virgo ascendant) which is Mercury’s rashi. 

reprinted with permission 

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K.N. Rao is widely considered to be one of the foremost Vedic astrologers in the world today. He is the architect of a great astrological renaissance, and founder of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan school of astrology in New Delhi, India, the largest astrology school in the world with over 800 students and 25 teachers. He is also the editor of the quarterly magazine, Journal of Astrology, and author of more than twenty five books on Vedic astrology.

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