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How to Judge A Horoscope ( Set of 2 Volumes )

How to Judge A Horoscope ( Set of 2 Volumes )
$43.00
Item Code: NAU697
Author: B.V. Raman
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
Language: English
Edition: 2019
ISBN: Vol-1: 9788120808478
Vol-2: 9788120808485
Pages: 780
Cover: PAPERBACK
Other Details: 7.00 X 5.00 inch
About the book

How to Judge a Horoscope is a departure from the conventional method of treatment of astrology. It is a study in the use of Horoscope in every man’s daily life. The work in two volumes is divided in twelve houses, containing six each in consecutive order. The twelve houses have reference to the material relation of soul (jeeva) in its journey from the cradle to the grave. The study of illustrations (charts) makes every point—even the omitted rudimentary principles and rules very clear and graspable. Volume I deals with houses I to VI. First House deals with the beginning of life, childhood, health, physical body and character. Second House represents family, face, right eye, food, manners and source of death. Third House rules brothers and sisters, intelligence and other immediate relations. Fourth House indicates peace of mind, home life, land and ancestral properties, education, neck and shoulders. Fifth House indicates childern, intelligence, emotion and fame. Sixth House rules over debts, enemies, miseries, sorrows, illness and disappointments.

PREFACE

To sale of the 10th edition (wrongly printed as 9th edition) of the First Volume of HOW TO JUDGE A HOROSCOPE within twelve months of its publication testify not only to the popularity of my humble writings on astrology but also to the publishing enterprise of Motilal Banarsidass.

I am grateful to the public for the interest they have been evincing in my writings and the patronage extended. I crave the indulgence of the readers for any shortcomings in this edition.

I am thankful to my daughter Gayatri Devi Vasudev for her assistance in revising the edition, to my sons B, Niranjan Babu and B. Sachidananda Babu for careful proof corrections and to Messrs Motilal Banarsidass for printing out this eleventh edition attractively.

Volume 2

About the book

How to Judge a Horoscope is a departure from the conventional method of treatment of astrology. It is a study in the use of Horoscope in every man’s daily life. The work in two volumes Is divided in twelve houses, containing six each in consecutive order. The twelve houses have reference to the material relation of soul (yeeva) in its journey from the cradle to the grave. The study of illustrations (charts) makes every point—even the omitted rudimentary principles and rules very clear and graspable.

Volume II deals with house VII to XII. The Seventh House represents wife, husband, marriage, sexual diseases, business partner, diplomacy, talent and general happiness. The Eighth House in indicates longevity, legacies, disgrace, degradation and details pertaining to death. The Ninth rules father, righteousnes, religion, fame leadership, journeys and communications with spirits. The Tenth indicates occupations, profession, honours, foreign travels and means of gains, elder brother and freedom from misery. The Twelfth rules losses, expenditure, sympathy, divine knowledge, moksha and the state after death.

PREFACE

The third edition (wrongly printed as Second edition) of the Second Volume of HOW TO JUDGE A HOROSCOPE, dealing with Houses 7 to 12 was sold out within hardly a year after its publication, thanks to the keen interest evinced by the educated public in my writings on astrology.

The fourth edition herewith presented has been thoroughly revised and some paragraphs re-writen. Credit goes to Motilal Banarsidass for printing out this edition attractively in short time.

It is my hope that the educated public will continue to evince the same interest in my astrological writings, as they have been doing for the past half a century.

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