Dear all the learners and researchers of Vedic Jyotish and the respected members of this group!!

**Part (1)**

(1)In years 1991 and 1992 when I studied many texts on Vedic Jyotish through self efforts at that time I had no computer and no such facility of having advanced Ephemeris of many years but I had condensed Ephemerides of several past years and an advanced condensed Ephemeris up to 2000 based on sidereal positions of Planets. So at that time I used to predict for eight years in advance on the basis of Vedic Annual Horoscopes. At that time too I was able to predict for longer periods though on the basis of Dasha but with that a stored event in any horoscope could not be predicted within a year’s duration and for that an advance Ephemeris was always required.

(2) Starting from those years to year 2000 I used to erect annual horoscope manually with the help of advance condensed Ephemerides and trigonometric formulas to calculate rising signs, annual rising signs in addition of 10^{th} house and several sine / cosine tables and log tables were also used in addition to calculator for that. Here I would like to guide the learners of Vedic Jyotish that they should try their best to erect horoscope manually instead of taking the help of computer software for several years and while doing so they will be able to get useful insights to develop their own predictive systems. I know 90% of astrologers available on facebook, Google+ or any similar site do not know how to calculate even sidereal time and Ishta Kaal and calculating rising sign, 10^{th} house and positions of Planets is a far reaching chase for them.

(3) In those years I used to find a simple way to erect annual horoscope for several coming years without considering the advanced Ephemerides. The calculations of Mudda Vinshottri Dasha used in Vedic Annual Horoscope caught my attention and made me hopeful. Here I would like to like to write that Mudda Vinshottri dasha is of 12 months used to time the event in Vedic Annual Horoscope whereas Vinshottri Dasha is of 120 years and this is used to time the events in Vedic natal horoscopes.

(4) The calculation of Vinshottri Dasha is generally based on the Vedic sidereal longitude of the Moon. In this article the horoscope of some Jagriti Dixit will be discussed so in her Vedic Horoscope the sidereal longitude of her natal Moon = Makar16* 34′ 54” = 286* 34’ 54” = 286.58166666666666666666666666667*

So to calculate her natal Nakshatra to know the prevailing Vinshottri Dasha at her birth her natal longitude in degrees should be divided by 13.333333333333333333333333333333* and then quotient + 1 will indicate her natal Nakshatra.

Natal Nakshatra of Jagrati Dixit = 286.58166666666666666666666666667 / 13.333333333333333333333333333333 = 21.493625

In her case Quotient 21 + 1 = 22 represents the number of her ruling Nakshatra at her birth and 22^{nd} Nakshatra is Shravan Nakshatra ruled by Moon so the Vinshottri Dasha of Moon was prevailing at the time of her birth.

(5) Same process is used to calculate the Nakshatra of other Planets and Rising Signs too. If the (Quotient + 1) comes out to be

(1, 10, 19) then one’s ruling Nakshatra are (Aswani, Magha, Moola) ruled by Ketu

(2, 11, 20) then they will be (Bharni, Poorvaphalgune, Poorvrashada) ruled by Venus

(3, 12, 21) then (Kritika, Uttaraphalgune, Uttrashada) ruled by Sun

(4, 13, 22) then (Rohini, Hasta, Shravan) ruled by Moon

(5, 14, 23) then (Mrigshira, Chitra, Dhanista) ruled by Mars

(6, 15, 24) then (Ardra, Swati, Shatbhisa) ruled by Rahu

(7, 16, 25) then (Punarvasu, Vishakaha, Poorvrbhadrapada) ruled by Jupiter

(8, 17, 26) then (Pushya, Anuradha, Uttarbhadrapada) ruled by Saturn

(9, 18, 27) then (Aslesha, Jyestha, Revati) ruled by Mercury.

(6) One’s natal Nakshatra is uased to calculate the Mudda Dasha at the commencement of Vedic Solar Return and the process for that is given below:

Add the no. of completed years to one’s natal Nakshatra and divide it by 27 and then (Quotient + 1) will be the Nakshatra whose ruling Planet will rule the Mudda Vinshottri Dasha at the commencement of Vedic Solar Return. Though in Vedic texts on Annual Horoscope a different method is given to calculate the Mudda Vinshottri Dasha at the commencement of any Vedic Solar Return Horoscope but here I have given my method to understand that and it will make no difference as the calculations of Mudda Vinshottri Dasha is concerned. This method developed by me is the expansion of the method given in classical books on Vedic Annual Horoscopes.

At one’s birth year the ruling Nakshatr = One’s Natal Nakshatra + 0 = N +0

At the commencement of one’s 2^{nd} Vedic Solar Return the Nakshatra to calculate Mudda Vinshottri Dasha = N + 1

For 3^{rd} year = N + 2

For 4^{th} year = N + 3

For 5^{th} year = N + 4

Similarly for (p – 1)th year = N + (p-2)

And for pth year = N + (p-1)

So to calculate the Nakshatra to know the commencement of Mudda Vinshottir Dasha at the commencement of one’s Vedic Solar Return from the his birth year to pth year can be algebraically written as:

N, (N + 1), (N + 2), (N + 3), (N + 4), ………….., (N + (p – 2)), (N + (p – 1))

Dear learners and researchers of Vedic Jyotish if you look at the above series to calculate the Nakshatra to know the Mudda Vinshottri Dasha at the commencement of successive Vedic Solar Returns from one’s birth then you will get some interesting thing by subtracting two consecutive terms:

Subtracting 2^{nd} term and 1^{st} term = (N +1) – N = 1

Subtracting 3^{rd} term and 2^{nd} term = (N + 2) – (N + 1) = 1

Subtracting 4^{th} term and 3^{rd} term = (N + 3) – (N + 2) = 1

Subtracting 5^{th} term and 4^{th} term = (N + 4) – (N + 3) = 1

And subtracting pth term and (p – 1)th term = (N + (p -1)) – (N + (p – 2)) = 1

It is cleared that a common difference of 1 appears at the every subtraction of two consecutive terms so it is a Arithmetic series with a common difference of 1and it is also known as Arithmetic Progression with a common difference of 1.

(7) At that time up to year 2000 I was not aware that a process of this type is very much in use in Western Astrology and it is also known as Progression in Western Astrology but in several astrological magazines I read the term progression used in Western Astrology but I never bothered to know that.

(8) At that time I thought that Vedic Jyotish allows the increment of one Nakshatra per year to know the commencement of Mudda Vinshottri Dasha at every successive Vedic Solar Return and the Longitude of Imaginary Moon at the commencement of every Vedic Solar Return was also simple. It can be calculated by adding the Longitude of a single Nakshatra i.e. 13.333333333333333333333333333333* to the Longitude of Moon. So in case of Jagriti Dixit, her imaginary Moon at the commencement of various Vedic Solar Returns would be:

286.58166666666666666666666666667* + 0 = for her birth year

286.58166666666666666666666666667* + 13.333333333333333333333333333333* = 299.915* = Makar 29* 54’ 54”

And so on for other years but the there was a problem that in classical texts on Vedic Jyotish there was not mention about the consideration of this type of the imaginary longitude of Moon but somehow it is used to calculate the Mudda Vinshottri Dasha at the commencement a Vedic Solar Return so in some form it was effective. By following it the longitude of other Planets including the rising sign can also be calculated as imaginary longitude at the time of every Vedic Solar return and so there is no need to use advance Ephemerides to erect the Vedic Annual Horoscope as it appeared possible for me to erect every Solar Return Horoscope on the basis of one’s natal Horoscope. But soon my so designed theory punctured before its application.

(9) The Arithmetic Progression as drawn by me under (6) when looked at again when I put the value of p = 28 then the Nakshatra at pth or 28^{th} year becomes = (N + (28 – 1)) = N + 27 and it frustrated me as in Vedic Jyotish for all predictive techniques the no. of Nakshatras cannot go beyond 27.

So, N + 27 means;

When N = 1 the Nakshatra is Ashwani then N + 27 = 1 + 27 = 28 and so Nakshatra goes beyond 27 and an amount of 27 is to be deducted from it to regain the Nakshatra and it becomes Aswani Nakshatra Again and same is the case with every Nakshatra so after 27 years from one’s birth year the Nakshatra of every Planets or even the Longitude so obtained start repeating or there is the reoccurrence of one’s natal horoscope and so on. It was the main drawback of this so designed theory as it can be effective for 27 years only and after that there will be the need of advanced Ephemeris.

(10) Several more theories were also formed by me in this context but they were not put into use due to drawbacks existing in those theories.

(11) Years before in Sanket Nidhi a text on Vedic Jyotish two Sanskrit Shloka were found by me and they are given below:

(11.1) The aforesaid two Sanskrit Shloka are 10^{th} and 11^{th} Shloka of a Chapter of Vedic Jyotish text “Sanket Nidhi” and because of their complicated pronunciations they cannot be written in the English script. But their translation in English is given under (11.2) and (11.3) below:

(11.2) Mark the position of Moon three days prior to one’s birth and if at that time Moon was found strong and under the influences of benefic Planets then it should be predicted that the third year of life of the that native will prove auspicious and if that position of Moon at that day is otherwise then adverse results for third year should be predicted.

(11.3)Likewise the good and bad results can be predicted about one’s life regarding his 7^{th}, 10^{th} and 4^{th} years of life on the basis of the disposition and strength of Moon 7^{th}, 10^{th} and 4^{th} days before one’s birth day.

(12) It confused me to understand for several years the applications of the two aforesaid Sanskrit Shloka in true sense as to why the author of Sanket Nidhi limited the application of aforesaid two Shloka to 3^{rd}, 7^{th}, 10^{th} and 4^{th} years of one’s life or he wanted to say something different. The meaning the Sanskrit and Hindi word Sanketa is hint and that of Nidhi is treasure so the meaning of Sanket Nidhi become Treasure of Hints in English and it indicates its every Shloka is put to use in various forms as the authors only gave the valuable Hints of ancient knowledge of Vedic Jyotish.

(12.1)The very first thing that confused me was the meaning of Dina or Day if it was taken as Vaara commencing from one Sunrise to next Sunrise then it mean all the person born on same day will have same future in their 3^{rd}, 7^{th}, 10^{th} and 4^{th} years and it appeared invalid and similar was the case with the reckoning of the Dina or Day defined by great Indian astronomer Aryabhatta as commencing from one midnight to the successive midnight as per his Ardhratrik system. But to understand the Dina or day as described in Sanskrit Shloka anyhow I came to conclusion that this is the Dina or Day used to erect the Dinaphala or Day Horoscope in Vedic Jyotish which is commences with the addition of one degree to the longitude of one’s natal Sun and then it is possible that all the people born on same day will have different results because of the difference in their Solar Longitudes. I got the point that the author wants us to use one solar degree to be used as day in above Shloka and when this value is taken there will be no repetition of horoscope as found in case of Nakshatra progression.

(12.2)While attributing 3^{rd}, 7^{th}, 10^{th} and 4^{th} days prior to one’s day of birth the author of Sanket Nidhi gives importance to this technique in judging the Baalaristha and this Sanskrit and Hindi word Baalaristha means Childhood misfortunes and now everything become cleared. This technique on theoretical basis too can be applied to every year. This gave me relief that I only require one’s birth Ephemeris and previous year Ephemeris to his birth to predict about his coming years in advance without having the Advanced Ephemerides of coming years.

(12.3) I applied this technique to a number of horoscopes to verify the past events of several people who gave me their past events with date, month and years of happening. This technique was found very much useful in predicting events on the basis of Vedic Horary Jyotish.

(12.4) Let us assume that algebraically;

Longitude of Sun at one’s birth = x degrees

The value of a day = 1 degree (According to Dinaphala or Day Horoscope used in Vedic Jyotish)

Then according to above Sanskrit Shloka

(x – 1) degree will represent one’s birth year

(x – 2) degrees will represent his 2^{nd} year from his birth year

(x – 3) degrees will represent 3^{rd} year from his birth year

(x – 4) degrees will represent 4^{th} year from his birth year.

(x – (p – 1)) degrees will represents (p – 1)th year from his birth year

(x – p) degrees will represent pth year from his birth year.

The aforesaid (x – 1) degrees to (x – p) degrees can be put into a form given below:

(x – 1), (x – 2), (x – 3), (x – 4), ………….. (x – (p – 1)), (x – p)

If the two consecutive terms of above series are subtracted

Subtracting first term from 2^{nd} term: ((x – 2) – (x – 1)) = (x – 2 – x + 1) = -1

Subtracting 2^{nd} term from 3^{rd} term: ((x – 3) – (x – 2)) = (x – 3 – x + 2) = -1

Subtracting 3^{rd} term from 4^{th} term: ((x – 4) – (x – 3)) = (x – 4 – x + 3) = -1

And

Subtracting (p – 1)th term from pth term: ((x – p) – (x – (p – 1)) = (x – p – x + p – 1) = -1

(12.5) Dear learners and researchers of Vedic Jyotish you see that the series described under (12.4) is an Arithmetic progression with common difference of -1.

(13) It is somewhere in year 2005 I came to know that this concept in Western Astrology is known as Converse Progressions.

(14) I have published three papers based on Converse Vedic Progressions on my facebook page interested people may read the article Ayanash Sanchaar written by me in three parts by following the links:

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=288031331355090&id=285454581612765

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=288351351323088&id=285454581612765

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=291785187646371&id=285454581612765

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**Part (2)**

(1)It was the night of Thursday, May 16, 2013 when I received an email on my Email ID: astrosolutions275s16afbd@gmail.com from some Jagriti Dixit and in her email to me she wanted to know about her time of marriage and her job prospects. Few days before that day my friend Ajay an advocate by profession visited my residence to meet me and then he told me about one of his relative who was running frustrated on account of unnecessary hurdles in materializing her marriage and her job prospects. I suggested my friend to ask his relative to send me an email in that context. That Jagrati Dixit who sent me that email is the relative of my friend Ajay and the following is the edited picture of that email she sent me:

2)The Rashi Chart, Navansh Chart and Dashmansh Chart of Jagriti Dixit are as given below:

(2.1)In her Rashi Chart the conjunction of Rising lord Mars and 7^{th} lord Venus occurs in 9^{th} House under the aspects of natural benefic 9^{th} lord Moon, natural benefic 2^{nd} and 5^{th} lord Jupiter, Natural malefic Saturn and natural malefic Planet Ketu. In her horoscope her 7^{th} lord Venus under the mixed influences of natural benefic Planets and natural malefic Planets. So her 7^{th} lord is disposed well.

(2.2) In her horoscope 7^{th} house is occupied by Rahu but it comes under the aspect of natural benefic Planet Jupiter this is also good.

(2.3)Her 7^{th} house falls in Kritika Nakshatra ruled by Sun and this Sun occupies 7^{th} house in her Navansh Chart. This was main cause of unnecessary delay in her marriage. Her Vivah Saham or her marriage Saham falls in Simh Rashi ruled by Sun so Placement of Sun in 7^{th} house in her Navansh Chart (D9) was not bad but it could not avoid delay in her marriage.

(2.4) From October 11, 2013 to October 11, 2029 the Jupiter’s Mahadasha in her horoscope was about to commence and her marriage was indicated at any time within this period as in her Rashi Chart Jupiter this Jupiter aaspects her 7^{th} house and 7^{th} lord Venus powerfully. But From October 11, 2013 to October 11, 2029 was too long period so it was necessary to use other techniques to find out the nearest time of her marriage.

(2.5) In her Dashmansh Chart the Dasha lord Jupiter occupying 4^{th} house and aspecting 10^{th} house and the Dashmansh Lagna lord Moon was found favorable for her job prospects at any time within a period starting from October 11, 2013 to October 11, 2029. Still other techniques were required to find out the nearest period of her professional success.

(2.6) I used converse progression to her rising sign. Her email was received on May 16, 2013 and she was born on September 18, 1983 that means she was in her 30^{th} year at that time and her 30^{th} year commenced on September 18, 2012 and it was up to September 18, 2013 so there were still 4 months remaining in the completion of her 30^{th} year and from September 18, 2014 her 31^{st} year starts. So it was better to erect a converse rising sign progressed for her 30^{th} year commenced from September 18, 2012.

(2.7) The Longitude of her Rising Sign = Vrichika 02* 48’ 10” = 212* 48’ 10”

Subtract 30* to above value to get the conversely progressed longitude of Rising Sign at the commencement of her 30^{th} year on September 18, 2012

Her Conversely Progressed Rising Sign on September 18, 2012 = 212* 48’ 10” – 30* = 182* 48’ 10” = Tula 02* 48’ 10”

The Rising Sign Tula 02* 48’ 10” appears at 08:39:49 AM (IST) on September 18, 1983 to be effective within September 18, 2012 to September 18, 2013.

(2.8) The Conversely Progressed Rising Sign falls in the Chaturthans (D4) of Tula In Tula from Tula 06* 48’ 10” on wards to Tula 00* 48’ 10” and it indicates the Chaturthansh of Tula in Tula conversely progressed Rising sign will be effective within September 18, 2008 to September 18, 2015. The analysis of this Conversely Progressed Chaturthansh will be done in coming paragraphs.

(2.9) This conversely Progressed Rising sign also falls in the Saptansh of Tula Rashi for September 18, 2012 to September 18, 2013 but this Saptansh of Tula rishi started with Tula 03* 48’ 10” for September 18, 2011 to Tula 00* 48’ 10” effective within September 18, 2014 to September 18, 2015 as Such this conversely progressed Tula Saptansh (D7) in Tula conversely progressed rising sign will be effective within September 18, 2011 to September 18, 2015.

(2.10) Dear learners and researchers of Vedic jyotish here you need to understand whatever has been written under (2.6) to (2.9) properly as to understand the coming pargraphs.

(2.11) In the article “Ayanansh Sanchaar The progressions in Vedic astrology (part: 02)” written by me under Postulate 02 I have written “Every Ansh chart (Divisional Chart) should be used to predict every prospects of one’s life” follow link: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=288351351323088&id=285454581612765

to view it there. This postulate 02 will be used to analyze the conversely progressed Chaturthansh Charts effective within September 18, 2008 to September 18, 2015 and conversely progressed Saptansh Chart within September 18, 2011 to September 18, 2015 in addition to conversely progressed rising sign.

(2.12) The followings are the conversely progressed Rashi Chart, Chaturthansh Chart (effective within September 18, 2008 to September 18, 2015) and Saptansh Charts (September 18, 2011 to September 18, 2015)

(2.13) Her conversely progressed Rising sign Tula has Vargottama Chaturthansh so it is powerful in giving the results. In her conversely progressed Rashi Chart the lord of Tula Lagna Venus is in conjunction with 7^{th} lord Mars. But Mars is in kark rashi in its debilitation but the 7^{th} aspect of Moon the lord of Kark Rashi cancels the debilitation of Mars.

In her conversely progressed Chaturthansh Chart the Lagna is Tula and its Lord Venus is in 7^{th} house in conjunction with 7^{th} lord Mars and it is powerful combination of her marriage at any time within a period started from September 18, 2008 to September 18, 2015.

(2.14*) That means her marriage will occur at any time before September 18, 2015 to a suitable person but a period up to September 18, 2014 will also prove significant as her marriage was concerned. I conveyed this prediction about her marriage to her through an email.*

(2.15) *Her conversely Progressed Rashi Chart also has Vargottma Saptansh. In her conversely progressed Rashi Chart the lord of Rising Sign Venus is in 10*^{th} in mutual aspect with 10^{th} lord Moon and in her conversely progressed Saptansh Chart the lord of Tula Saptansh Lagna Venus was in 10^{th} house and that of 10^{th} Moon in this conversely progressed Saptansh Lagna and it is the most powerful combination of her professional success with a boost at any time before September 18, 2015. I conveyed this prediction about her job to her through email.

(2.16) *Both of these predictions were conveyed to her on May 21, 2013 through email.*

(2.17) *As described in foregoing paragraph (2.3) that Sun is afflicting the indications of 7*^{th} house regarding her marriage in her natal Navansh Chart (D9) so as remedy I advised her to donate Wheat on Sundays in a Mandir and start reciting gayatri mantra to get insights and divine grace to select a suitable life partner for her.

(2.18)*O**n Saturday, September 12, 2015 her relative Ajay visited my residence and met me with news that whatever has been predicted about her by me has come into being and she got married on June 12, 2014 and selected for Government Job in 2014 just after her marriage.*

(2.19) In foregoing paragraphs I used the word Vargottama Chaturthansh and Vargottam Saptansh I know there will be several new person reading this article and they will find it confusing these words written in foregoin paragraph . To know more about it read the article “More About Vargottamansh In Indian Astrology” written by me and for that follow link:http://horoanalysis.blogspot.in/2014/10/more-about-vargottamansh-in-indian.html to view that.

Written on Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 03:14 AM (IST) by

**Vishal Aksh**

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