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How to make inference about the Moon?

The inference of the Moon is made through nakshatras. Its calculation is the radically entered in the same chart. At the very outset of the inference of the Moon it is to be seen what is the nakshatra of one’s birth and how many hours after the birth have lapsed. It means that one must see which nakshatra is written along with gahri and pal. If the number of ghari and pal is more than the nakshatra of the time of birth write down the number of sixty with number of nakshatra of the day of birth and exclude the remainder. Include the number of nakshatra in this remainder. The total will be the total number of nakshatra. The name of nakshatra written in that day will be the name of the child. In case the number of nakshatra of the day of birth is less than the number of nakshatra mentioned in the block of the time of birth the nakshatra of birth will be the same, However, for the sake of inference of Moon number of ghari, Pal and kul is certainly required to be worked out.

Important Notes on Inference of Planets

It is important to consider crooked and straight movement of planets. In case of crooked pace of planets, the numbers are to be deducted while in straight planets the numbers are to be added. Rahu jand Ketn (the Northern and Southern lunar nodes) are also inferred in backward order.

Note 2: If the planet whose inference is required makes a crooked movement the obtained Kula and bakula will be subtracted. If it makes straight movement the obtained kula and bakula will be added.

Note 3: Inferences of planets are recorded, and almanacs and charts take effect from midnight of Amavashya and Purnmashi.

Note 4: In the inference of planet the movement and speed of energy planet is mentioned.

Note 5: In astrologer’s chart and almanac the duration between Sunrise and midnight on Amavashya, Purnmashi and either of ashtamis is mentioned under or over each inference.

Note 6: Inference of a planet recorded in astrologer’s chart and almanac is in accordance with the duration of the inference, namely the time at midnight. Some date charts and almanac, contain only the inference of planets pertaining to Amavashya and Purnmashi. In case the movement of the target time from midnight of shukl ashtami to the midnight of Purnmashi is sangya the inference of Purnmashi should be adopted.

Note 7: Inference of planets is normally recorded in charts and almanacs in terms of 8 day interval. Here, the inference of Amavashya should be adopted from midnight of Amavashya to midnight of one fouth of the bigher phse

(Shukl Paksh). From midnight of one fourth to the midnight of ashtami the inference of ashtami is to be adopted in the movement of the target time namely the previous Sangya.

Note 9: From midnight of ashtami to the midnight duvadashi inference of ashtami should be adopted in the future Sangya.

Note 10: In the previous Sangya from the midnight of duvadashi to the midnight of Purnmashi inference of Purnmashi will be adopted.

Note 11: If the past time is the target or required time then the remainder obtainted from subtraction of time, ghari and pal of the time of birth, the time, gahri and pal of mishrman is called gunantar. In case the time, ghari and pal of meshrman are subtracted form the time, ghari and pal of the time of birth it will be known as ikhyantar. In ikhyantar and gunantar, waar also is taken into consideration. Mishrman of the same planet may be adopted which has proxity to the inference of specific time of birth entered in the almanac.

Note 13: If the number of day is not deducted from the day the lower day should be reduced by adding 7 to the number of that day.

Note 14: If the numbers of gharis, cannot be deduced from numbers of gharis it self then take from the number of day of establish its 60 gharis. Subsequently add them to the gharis on the upper side and subtract from them the gharis on the lower side. Similarly, if the number of pals are less then the number of gharis make its 60 pals and add to the pals which are greater than the pals on the lower scale. The remaining number of day, ghari and pal will be taken as gunantar or ikhyantar.

Note 15: The day of Mishrman and one’s own should be one and the some, If they have a difference of seven days the difference will be worked out adding 7 to the day.

Dr. A. Shanker

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