The ability to foretell appropriate predictions, depends on how familiar is an Astrologer with the rules of Astrology. In Astrology, rules may be beyond one’s common sense or patterns. It is a theological science and therefore may not explain the reasons for a said rule. Certain rules are difficult to believe but it is the way in which the rule works for the native.

Judgement of horoscope needs great skills and analysis. Students of Astrology often get frustrated since they are not in a position to interpret a tricky arrangement. Astrology, sometimes, does not follow mathematical rules. In the mathematics, two negatives may make a positive but the rule does not hold good in Astrology.

Keeping in view the difficulties, we will give a step by step approach to understanding interpretations. Our approach will be to read in easy, concise and timely manner.

The charts necessary for Reading

  1. Basic chart : This is also known as Janam Kundali (or) Janam Pathrika/Rasi Chart
  2. Chart with Moon as Lagna : It is important to read from Moon’s placement like Lagna.

The predictions are told from Lagna and Moon sign also.  In both the charts, if planets are well placed, then they may turn fully benefic. If the houses are strong in both the charts, then responsibilities of those houses will be fulfilled.

Rasis are divided into three types

  1. Chara Rasi
  2. Sthira Rasi
  3. Dwishbhava Rasi (or) Dual Rasi

The person born in chara Rasi is fond of travelling (or) moving from one place to another. His ideas keep on changing and therefore his actions. The person born in Sthira Rasi is one with steady mind and a fixed set of behaviour. Normally, lives in a particular place without travelling much. Those born in dual signs sometimes act like Chara Rasi people and in other times act like Sthira Rasi natives. If majority of the planets are in a fiery sign, then the person is ambitious. If it is in earthy sign, then they are more practical and earthy in nature. If it is in an airy sign and watery sign, then they are fond of reading, emotional, receptive, etc. respectively.

Let us continue to see the topic of interpretations in Part 2.


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