The jataka or the horoscope(also called 'Kundali') which gives the
position of the various planets and the stars at the actual
time of birth of a human being, is the basic diagram for all
Fixing the position of the planets at the time of birth and
drawing the horoscope is an intricate process. It can be done
only by expert astrologers with the aid of almanacs
accurately prepared by competent persons.
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Q2. Which astrology chart is more
predictions are more accurate as these astrologers analyze the current
planetary movement of an individual's birth chart. They also take 27 nakshatras
and their lords into account while preparing your report. Unlike other types of
astrology, Jyotish( Vedik) has been practiced uninterrupted for thousands of
years in India and beyond. This continuous application allows for a deep rigor
and precision in a Vedic reading that you don't get with other types of
astrology. The Vedic tradition is rooted in spirituality and is meant to be
integrated holistically into one’s life. The reading would leave with
remediation suggestions-such as mantras, offerings, or dietary adjustments—to
improve one’s circumstances, based on the chart.
Q3. Are horoscopes actually accurate?
has not demonstrated its effectiveness in controlled studies and has no
scientific validity, and is thus regarded as pseudoscience. The majority of
professional astrologers rely on performing astrology-based personality tests
and making relevant predictions about the remunerator's future. Those who
continue to have faith in astrology have been characterized as doing so
"even though there is no verified scientific basis for their beliefs, and
indeed that there is strong evidence to the contrary". The continued
belief in astrology despite its lack of credibility is seen as a demonstration
of low scientific literacy, although some continue to believe in it even though
they are scientifically literate.
Q4. How accurate are horoscopes?
has been rejected by the scientific community as having no explanatory power
for describing the universe. Scientific testing has found no evidence to
support the premises or purported effects outlined in astrological traditions.
“Does astrology work?” On the one hand, the straightforward answer is that,
according to a host of scientific studies, astrology does not work. On the
other side, those who regularly read their horoscopes are astonished by how
accurately it depicts their future life events. Some call it pseudoscience, a
pure game of psychology. Whatever the case is, Astrology is still in action
even after its history of thousands of years. What makes it survive is its
accuracy, to predict events of our life in advance.
Q5. Is there a scientific basis for
very little scientific proof that astrology is an accurate predictor of
personality traits, future destinies, love lives, or anything else that
mass-market astrology claims to know. For example, in a 1985 study published in
the journal Nature, Dr. Shawn Carlson of the University of California found
that seasoned astrologers were unable to match an individual’s star chart with
the results of a personality test any better than random chance. Despite a
majority of scientific evidence to suggest that the stars do not influence our
lives – and even personally demonstrable evidence failed to materialize –
people continue to believe. The planets, the cycles of nature, the full moons
are there, nature relates to all of that, it’s not something to believe in.
Q6. Are horoscopes scientifically
that support the claims of astrology have been largely dismissed by the wider
scientific community for a “self-attribution” bias – subjects had prior
knowledge of their sign’s supposed characteristics and therefore could not be
reliable – or because they could not be replicated. Astrologers are,
unsurprisingly, not impressed by scientific efforts to prove or disprove
astrology, claiming that scientists are going about it all wrong – astrology is
not empirical in the way that, say, physics is: “Experiments are set up by
people who don’t have any context for this, even if they were attempting to do
something constructive,” says Shelley von Strunckel, American astrologer and
horoscope writer whose column appears in The Sunday Times, London Evening
Q7. What are the three types of
Western (Tropical) :
Western Astrology was conceived by the Greeks and the Babylonians. There
are 12 Western or sun signs: the Ram, Bull, Twins, Crab, Lion, Virgin, Scales,
Scorpion, Centaur, Sea-Goat, Water Bearer, and Fish.
Vedic (Jyotish) : The planets are considered the
karmas of the soul. Karma is the central theme of Vedic astrology as it can
have either good or bad consequences depending on our past lives.
there are 12 signs within Chinese astrology : the Rat, Ox, Tiger,
Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. Chinese
astrology has four key pillars that determine fate: birth date, month, year,
and birth hour.
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