Exercise

  1. Q1. Give the various factors to be kept in view while applying KP to Natal Horoscopes.
  2. Q2. A query is given at 9.45 am at Delhi on 24.9.04 as to when marriage will occur. The girl was born in Delhi on 1.5.1982 at 12.30 pm (IST).
  3. Q3. Which houses are taken into consideration for marriage in KP System?
  4. Q4. Which houses in your horoscope will be Marak for father ?
  5. Q5. According to which planets do the shadowy planets give results ?

Chapter -6 : Horary Astrology using Krishnamurthy Paddhati

Why is Horary Astrology preferred

To determine the events that are due to occur in ones life, there are basically two resources :

  1. 1. Natal Astrology
  2. 2. Horary Astrology

The accuracy of the Natal horoscope, even today is of doubt as the time of birth itself is questionable. This leads to wrong predictions. Similarly to pinpoint the predictions of an event especially those in the near future, more articulation of the Natal Horoscope is called for. The Horary Astrology does come to the rescue especially where accurate Natal Horoscopes are not available. Horary Astrology can be of two mode.

  1. 1. Through horoscope cast at the time of query
  2. 2. Through any numerical number between 1 & 249 on a special query

Examples for evaluation in the former mode is given below :

Krishnamurthy Paddhathi applied to Horary Astrology through Time of query

While applying Horary Astrology one must be confident of the Bhavas that enhance the significators for a particular query. In this connection one must also keep in mind the order of preference of significators as enumarated in chapter -3. The Bhava significators for some common functions are given in chapter 3 .

An illustration using the above mode would make it clear.

Krishnmurti Paddhti English

Krishnmurti Paddhti English

Krishnamurti Paddhati is an excellent system (Paddhati) of astrological predictions conceived & created by The Great Indian Astrology King, late Prof. K.S. Krishnamurti.


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