Prasna Marga (Pt. I: Chs. I to XVI)(Eng. Tr. With Original by B. V. Raman

By B. V. Raman

Prasna Marga is a different paintings on astrology, natal and horary, of significant significance to each astrological student, practitioner and pupil. the writer, a Nambudari Brahmin of Kerala who wrote this ebook in 1650 A.D., used to be a popular pupil and has culled invaluable info from a couple of historic resources. This old paintings, and English translation of that is offered right here in basic and stylish English interspersed with copious notes incorporating the author's personal reports, touches on one of the most very important facets of existence marriage, young children, durability, dying, affliction, and so on. half I is an exhaustive treatise at the quite a few features of predictive astrology of substantial sensible software, which offers not just with some of the points of Prasna or Horary Astrology, but in addition with nearly the complete diversity of the forcasting paintings Jataka of predictive astrology, Muhurta or electional astrology, Parihara or remedial astrology and Nimittas or the technology of symptoms (Omens). half II is an encyclopaedic paintings on issues that have an effect on all parts of human existence, similar to marriage, young ones, explanations of ailments as given in karma vipaka and the treatments, issues on the subject of deities, rulers, warfare, normal calamities, commute, rulers battle normal calamities, shuttle, rainfall, digging wells, info for locating underground water, robbery situations, goals and their interpretation as signs for loss of life of sickness and its timing and so forth.

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Direction, the sign will undoubtedly be Taurus and this will be the arudha. It is better the astrologer always keeps ready a circle (see appendix) drawn according to the instructions in the above stanzas, and when a questioner comes, ask him to touch a place in the circle and then note down the arudha Rasi. Otherwise the direction where a person stands can be easily noted and arudha Lagna determined. THINGS TO BE NOTED AT QUERY TIME Stanza 12. — When a query is put, the astrologer should take stock of the exact time (samaya), the nature of the spot occupied by the questioner (desa), the nature of his own breath (swarayu), his own condition or state (avastha), what the querist touches (sparsa), arudha Rasi, the direction, the letters of the words uttered (prasnakshara), deportment of the querist (sthiti), movements (cheshta), mental attitude (bhava), his looking at particular direction or thing (vilokanani), his dress (vasanam), and ominous sounds or indicative signs at the time (nimittas).

When the question is put from the left and the breath flows through the right or vice versa, then the sick man will get relief only with great difficulty. Stanza 44. — If the query is made when the astrologer inhales, then there will be relief; if when he exhales, the sick man will die. Stanza 45. — In Anushthana Paddhathi, it is stated that a sick man will get relief if the astrologer's breath and the side from which the question comes, are in agreement. Here, left side alone is good for women and right side for men.

Stanza 44. — If the query is made when the astrologer inhales, then there will be relief; if when he exhales, the sick man will die. Stanza 45. — In Anushthana Paddhathi, it is stated that a sick man will get relief if the astrologer's breath and the side from which the question comes, are in agreement. Here, left side alone is good for women and right side for men. Stanza 46. — At the time of the query if there is no indication of death, inauspicious sight, talk or thought and if the messenger and the breath are on the same side, the sick person will live ; otherwise not.

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