Albert Einstein, March 14, 1879 at 10:50am in Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. Vimshottari dasha cycles calculated according to the correct nakshatra year equivalent to 359.017 modern days. Einstein was an intellectual genius. He was born under Mercury’s sign, Gemini, with Mercury in the 10th house in a stupendous array of Power Combinations. Looking at Einstein’s eras, […]Read more "The Life of Albert Einstein"
I am a huge fan of the glyphs developed in the West to represent the signs and planets. The essential meaning of every planet and sign is encoded into these fascinating symbols. Glyphs for the Planets Each planet’s glyph is made of the same primary symbols: a circle and a cross. The circle is symbolic […]Read more "Symbols and Glyphs of Astrology"
Gemini’s symbol varies slightly from culture to culture. In all cases there are two human beings, and in all cases they are youthful. The main difference is that in Western cultures two twins are seen as the symbol of Gemini, while Eastern Cultures consider a romantic couple to be the symbol. We have two humans […]Read more "Gemini"
If Sidereal is the accurate Astrology… Why is the Tropical method the one most people use? And why do I relate so much more to my tropical chart. Sidereal is “accurate” in the mathematical sense – the positions of the planets in a sidereally calculated chart are REALLY where they are in the REAL sky. […]Read more "Sidereal Accuracy, Gemini Compatibility and Cancer Haters!"
There are 12 zodiac signs – constellation regions through which the planets move. Each one has it’s own unique traits. How do they get these traits? They get their traits primarily from the planet who owns them. In astrology signs are places in the heavens and planets are beings – people. Just like people own houses, […]Read more "How Signs Get Their Qualities (Gemini & Virgo as Examples)"