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Astrology Divisional Horoscopes ( D-1 to D-12 )

The divisional charts are required to predict the events in detail. Most of the astrologers do not predict with help of divisional charts as there is so much confusion and different thoeries that change the predictions from astrologer ro astrologer. Due to this, the astrology seems less scientific and astrologers themselves live in confusion if the planet is going to bring a positive or negative result. For accurate prediction, the divisional chart is analyzed properly with the Nakshtra and Up-Nakshtra of every planet.

Hora - House of Wealth

The divisional chart 'Hora' i.e. the D-II is studied for analyzing the position of wealth in one's life. There are different methods described for drawing the Hora chart Sage Parashara states that in odd signs the first half is the Surya Hora, and the second half is the Chandra Hora, hence the Hora is ruled by either the Sun or the Moon. In D-II the planets are placed only in the hora of the Sun and the Moon. The planets in the hora of the Sun bless the native with affluences (wealth) to a greater extent in comparison to the planets in the hora of the Moon. The planets in the Sun Hora may denote self-earned wealth, i.e. wealth obtained by executing our duties. As the Hora chart is to be considered for wealth, by worshipping Rama and Krishna, or chanting the Hare Krishna Mahamantra, our financial position improves.

Navamsa - The most Important Chart

Navamsa is usually considered the most important. Astrologers usually place the main consideration on the birth chart and give extra consideration to the Navamsa chart. A Navamsa chart divides a sign into nine equal divisions of 3° 20'. A Navamsa chart identifies in what part of a sign a planet is located, and whether its position is positive or negative. The Navamsa chart is often used to determine marriage and relationships. There are three lords of the Navamshas: Deva (the demigods), Nara (the human beings) and Rakshasa (the demons). These three lords repeat three times in a sign, beginning from Deva in a movable, Nara in a fixed, and Rakshasa in a dual sign. The Navamsa chart can be used like the birth chart to read a person's entire life.

Dashamsha - House of Profession

Dashamsha Chart (It divides, each Zodiac sign in the birth chart in 10 different parts each 3 degrees). It is called D10. The dashamsha chart is referred to as the career chart for it focuses on the 10th house. It can reveal what type of career should be aspired to and what the social standing, status and ambitions are. It can indicate fame in this area as well. The planet that rules the 10th house in the rashi chart is the most important planet to be analyzed in the dashamsha chart. This analysis will give important clues as to what career an individual should pursue. The Sun in this chart is an important consideration, as well as the ruler of the ascendant of the rashi chart further noted in the dashamsha chart will give the indications for the career the individual is destined for and their successes within the career.

Saptamsa - House of Children

Navamsa is usually considered the most important. Astrologers usually place the main consideration on the birth chart and give extra consideration to the Navamsa chart. A Navamsa chart divides a sign into nine equal divisions of 3° 20'. A Navamsa chart identifies in what part of a sign a planet is located, and whether its position is positive or negative. The Navamsa chart is often used to determine marriage and relationships. There are three lords of the Navamshas: Deva (the demigods), Nara (the human beings) and Rakshasa (the demons). These three lords repeat three times in a sign, beginning from Deva in a movable, Nara in a fixed, and Rakshasa in a dual sign. The Navamsa chart can be used like the birth chart to read a person's entire life.

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