siderial for big groups?
Hariomshalom! 1: I just saw a video by Raffael Gil Brand, a german astrologer who studied western and vedic astrology. He uses Raman ayanamsa for mundane analysis. And is also a "lover" of galactic center and galactic plane, like our Ernstsahib. And has very convincing examples of connection between big worldevents (like founding of religion or change of civilisation) and astrological factors using the siderial zodiac. Maybe for masses (nations, Mankind) siderial is correct?
2: Gyanavatar Dwal Khul ("The Tibetan", Alice Bailey) writes that for different people (depending on where they stand on the evolutionary ladder) we should use different astrological factors to interpret. For "average contemporary people" He writes: use planets in the houses plus tropical(?) sunsign + tropical(?) aszendent. When person becomes disciple of a real spiritual path this analysis becomes wrong, because person gets planetary freedom. Now such person should more be analysed using energies of siderial(?) signs and planets there.
(?) D.K. not writing expressis verbis, but its my interpretation (He gives only hints which mostly I maybe dont interpret correctly).
Looking forward to your comments, folks.
Ceterum censeo more and more Kaala being a wonderfull astrosoftware.
Seems mankind is facing horrible times, but: never forget that this is needed for the new era of a golden time -without ever falling back into kaliyug- to come. Thats my comfort in these times. May it be a comfort for you as well!
Why would sidereal be correct? I can´t see that you are giving any reasons. Because someone says so is not a reason, of course.
To me sidereal is a joke. I´m from far up north, where the difference between the winter solstice (very little light that day) and the sidereal timing of the solstice (hours of light every day already) is more than evident. I can´t believe they are celebrating the solstice almost three weeks late! It´s like Monty Python´s version of Michelangelo, painting cangaroos on the Last Supper. Sidereal, after having seen that, can´t be even considered as a serious option for solar based astrology. They are making fools of themselves.
Thanks for posting this. Esoteric astrology has a color of its own, and it is interesting when I add it to the mix of the different types of astrology and occult sciences out there. What I find missing in one, I find it in another.
I am really interested in the differences between Sidereal and Tropical astrology, and the existence of both. I think it is not one or the other, but both together. Astrology with regards to the conception of a life and the changes in the foetus takes my interest. The missing Vargas in Vedic astrology says a lot. What if we have got the context itself wrong?
We have a long way to go yet.
Major problem is people don't do it scientifically enough like Ernst has done. Easy way is to learn avasthas and rahu lessons. For most charts, they will be enough to say which works better. And last step is try to predict exact day of event. Once you reach to last step, then you won't ask which is highly accurate but know it yourself.
This conversation reminds me of the old lady that would not tell anyone how she made her cole slaw. "It was a family secret!" she proclaimed. Upon leaving this earth she was hence not known for the lady that made great cole slaw, she was best remembered for the woman who was selfish and would not share her recipe! 😉