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Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge and the Precession of Equinoxes

Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge and the Precession of Equinoxes

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I have used the opportunity provided by the popular interest in the birth chart of the royal baby Prince George of Cambridge to:

• Explain the significance of the astronomical phenomenon called the precession of equinoxes. This is currently overlooked by Western astrologers, and even by astronomers. The precession of the equinoxes must also be measured precisely and its rate determined using modern advances. Its effects on casting horoscopes cannot be overlooked.
• Make a case for a more “scientific” study of the “statistical” significance of predictions made by astrologers and a proper documentation of such studies.
• Make a case for precise astronomical determination of the dawn of the Age of Aquarius (when the Sun will be in the zodiacal sign of Aquarius on the first day of spring each year). It may be arriving, or might already have arrived.
I have used the opportunity provided by the popular interest in the birth chart of the royal baby Prince George of Cambridge to:

• Explain the significance of the astronomical phenomenon called the precession of equinoxes. This is currently overlooked by Western astrologers, and even by astronomers. The precession of the equinoxes must also be measured precisely and its rate determined using modern advances. Its effects on casting horoscopes cannot be overlooked.
• Make a case for a more “scientific” study of the “statistical” significance of predictions made by astrologers and a proper documentation of such studies.
• Make a case for precise astronomical determination of the dawn of the Age of Aquarius (when the Sun will be in the zodiacal sign of Aquarius on the first day of spring each year). It may be arriving, or might already have arrived.

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PRINCE GEORGE ALEXANDER LOUISOF CAMBRIDGE AND THEPRECESSION OF EQUINOXES
I have used the opportunity provided by the popular interest in the birthchart of the royal baby Prince George of Cambridge to:
 
Explain the significance of the astronomical phenomenon called the precession of equinoxes. This is currently overlooked by Westernastrologers, and even by astronomers. The precession of theequinoxes must also be measured precisely and its rate determined using modern advances. Its effects on casting horoscopes cannot beoverlooked.
 
Make a case for a more “scientific” study of the “statistical” 
significance of predictions made by astrologers and a proper documentation of such studies.
 
Make a case for precise astronomical determination of the dawn of the Age of Aquarius (when the Sun will be in the zodiacal sign of  Aquarius on the first day of spring each year). It may be arriving,or might already have arrived.
 
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§1. Introduction
http://www.astrotheme.com/astrology/Prince_George_of_Cambridge The link given above gives the precise positions of the Sun (29 degrees 57mins, Cancer), the Moon (28 degrees 17 mins, Capricorn) and the Ascendant (27 degrees 10 mins, Scorpio) for
Britain’s royal baby, the
newborn PrinceGeorge of Cambridge. These calculations are based on Western astrology, orwhat is known as the
tropical
horoscope. An image is copied below.The following link gives the Hindu (or Vedic) horoscope. The planetarypositions (and sun, moon) are all off by one house (see charts on page 13).http://www.astrosage.com/celebrity-horoscope/royal-baby-career-horoscope.asp The precise positions of the planets, sun and moon (in degrees and minutes;each house occupies 30 degrees and 12 house together are 360 degrees, likefor a circle), are given only in the Western chart.
 
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Nonetheless, why are the two horoscopes so far off?
With these two charts, you can appreciate the confusion created by Westernand Hindu astrological signs.In Hindu or Vedic astrology, the position of the moon is given a lot of importance. The house where moon is located is also called
janma rasi
(rasiin Tamil, or raashee, in Sanskrit and other Indian languages, means a house of the zodiac). This determines the birthstar or nakshatram.
When we look inthe sky, there is usually a prominent star(*) that is close to the moon.
 This star is called the birthstar. In Hindu astrology importance is given tothese 27 stars. (Some overenthusiastic modern astrologers, especiallyWestern astrologers, include many more stars and also the planets likeNeptune, Uranus, and Pluto, and prominent asteroids like Ceres, and haveconcocted astrological properties for them. Traditional Hindu astrologyignores these modern concoctions. This does NOT mean Hindus wereignorant. One has to understand what is relevant and important. You can takereadings of the stock market every minute of the day, but is it relevant when it comes to your fortunes?
Hindu astrology is based on Sanskrit versesrevealed by ancient sages/seers who knew the past, present, and thefuture! If you do not believe this, just read up on the sage of Kanchi, SriSri Sri Chandrasekara Swamigal, who was the Sankaraacarya of KanchiMatham and lived for 100 years and the insights that he had about 
people’s past and future, even those whom he had never met before, like
me, for example. I was fortunate to see him from very close quarterstwice in my life! The second time, it was a close encounter when he hadtaken a vow of silence, but he still responded to me with just his looks!
)_______________________________*
Imagine a narrow belt wrapped around the equator of the earth. Now project this into the sky, which looks like a huge spherical dome around the earth. All the planets, the sun and the moon, are seen to (apparently) move in the sky 
within this “belt” which is called the zod 
iacal belt. In this belt, we also find 27 

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