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james_m



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Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2019 6:24 pm    Post subject: jaimini or parashara Reply with quote

this is also more complicated then it appears... while watching some of those d-10 and d-9 divisional chart video tutorials the fellow made a comment about some of what was jaimini and not parashara system....

here is an article that goes into it a wee bit..

http://jyotishvidya.com/jaimini_or_parasara.htm

here are some questions on this....

is the use of navamsha and rashi as both very important a jaimini or parashara emphasis?

vargottama.. concept is jaimini or parashara?

thanks
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Therese Hamilton



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Posted: Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi James,

I'm writing a reply to this post in my mind, but haven't yet had the time to take it to the keyboard. I'm involved in a very mind and energy taxing research project at the moment, which actually relates to the entire topic of the complexity of India's astrology.

This isn't a problem for western students alone, but also confounds the minds of astrologers in India. So there are some new systems which discard much of Parashara and all of Jaimini in favor of concentrating on a few principles from the vast array of what is available in classic texts. This is actually a very interesting development that I'll write a post on as time allows.
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Posted: Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

thanks therese,

that is very interesting and strikes me as not unusual either, given all the changes and information that has become available in the past 20 years... i am curious what you have to say when you have some time.. thanks! james
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Devaacharyam



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Posted: Thu Jul 04, 2019 2:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rashi and navamsa are both important in jaimini with drekkana. The method of navamsa reckoning should be used from Krishnamishras navamsa, and for drekkana, Parivritti or Somanattha drekkana. Due to the commentators Krishnamishra and his son Somanatthamishra rejecting Varahamhiras reckoning of these two amsas.
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