Paloma Rodriguez Jones

My dad is writing a science fiction story, and is building one of the main characters on her astrological chart, having me interpret the details for him. Her name is Paloma Rodriguez Jones, and her date of birth is November 10th, 2024 @ 6:49am in Calexico, California. Here is the chart for that: Her fundamental character…

Tropical and Sidereal Zodiac in Vedic Astrology, Part 2

Learn why there are 12 signs (rāśi) and 27 stars (nakshatra), why the nakṣatra are not permanently aligned to specific rāśi, and how Bṛhat Parāśara Hora describes all of this. I also address misconceptions about the tropical zodiac promoted by prominent Vedic astrologers like Sanjay Rath Jī: that it is seasonal, hemisphere specific, and not…

Tropical & Sidereal Zodiacs in Vedic Astrology – A live Q/A

Sūrya Siddhānta 14.7 bhacakra-nābhau viṣuvad dvitiyam samasūtragam ayana dvitayan caiva catasraḥ prathitāstutāḥ The four all-important points are the two solstices and two equinoxes – for these are the sūtra/thread upon which the core of the ecliptic rests. 8 tad atareṣu saṅkrānti dvitayam dvitayam punaḥ Two borders are between each point. 9 bhānor marakara saṅkrānteḥ ṣaṇmāsā…

Polyamory, Monogamy, Anarchy & Marriage

QUESTION: During the ancient times of Ramayan, there were singular marriage partners. By the time of Mahabharat, multiple partners were the norm like Draupadi, all Pandavas having wives apart from Draupadi, Dhritrashtra having kids from Gandhari and a maid, Vyāsa furthering the Kuru dynasty from princesses and maids, Shantanu having Satyavati and Ganga as wives, etc. So why…

12 Signs of the Zodiac Course NOW AVAILABLE!

My new and Improved Course on the 12 signs of the Zodiac is now done and available in four formats (self-study, guided-study, group-study, and personal tutoring). You should take this course to very deeply and clearly learn What the signs are The difference between sidereal and tropical signs Why certain planets rule certain signs What…

Why Doesn’t Krishna Marry Radha?

Marriage is not as exciting as being boyfriend and girlfriend. When you are married there are tons of responsibilities and duties. When you are boyfriend and girlfriend its just all fun, dates, playtime, etc. So, Krishna – the entity who has the most fun in existence – doesn’t get married. Yes, duties and responsibilities are…

“Bait & Switch” in Spiritual Groups

QUESTION: I have been told “Sanga mein hi shakti hain” (“There is no śakti without Sanga”), to make the point that I have to become a member of a bhakti organization before my bhakti-yoga would really take off and advance. But in the Bhāgavatam neither Narada, Dhruva, Prahalad, Bhisma, Kunti, Pandavas nor many other such bhaktas were in any organisation….

The Astrology of Breathing Disorders

Here is a presentation of the research I’ve recently conducted into astrological indications of breathing disorders. I would like to thank everyone who submitted their data in response to the post I made on my facebook page. Here is a video explaining the hypothesis and walking through four case studies. The text in this blog post,…

Moon Mind Mother

Here is an article written by M.A. (who studies Astrology with Vic) The Moon: Mind, Mother and Mental Well-Being  In Astrology the root symbol for the Moon is the mind. The mind (Moon) is the way in which consciousness, as symbolised by the Sun, projects itself on to the material world, so that it can…

A Frank Q&A About Astrology and Other Divination Methods

Question: Can you double check your calculation of my chart? I have always been told that I am a Gemini ascendant, but you are telling me I am a Cancer ascendant, and on top of that many of the planets are not in the same houses I have been previously told they were in. You’re…

What does “X” Planet in “Y” sign/house/yoga mean?

The most common questions I get read something like this: “I have Saturn and Mars in the 5th house, what does that mean?” Or, “what does it means when Saturn transits the 9th and 10th house?” These questions have answers, yes, but the people asking the questions will not be able to understand the answers…

Is It “All One”?

Monism (“Oneness”) is basically a positive outlook on life, because it is aditi – unifying – and therefore results in peace and love. Dualism (“Twoness”) is basically a negative outlook, because it is diti – dividing – and therefore results in competition and violence. What is surprising, though, is that either outlook is very destructive if taken to its…