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Birth Rectification (Complete)

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Birth Time Rectification
Author
Sreenadh OG
Email: sreesog@yahoo.comBirth time rectification is a sub- ject that caused, and is still causing,many arguments in astrology. As-trologers are yet to reach a convinc-ing conclusion regarding the issuessuch as, what is birth time? Whichmathematical method should be fol-lowed to ensure that accuracy of given birth time? etc.There is no other book availablethat discusses this subject in detailproviding the relevant quoteswhereever necessary. This is a book that must be read by every astrolo-ger and students of astrology, whotry to learn or master this subjectwith an inner serenity and sincerity.Address:Sreenadh OGSree visakh, Anappade,Malayinkil PO, Trivandrum Dist,Kerala, India - 695571Email: sreesog@yahoo.com
 
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Contents
I. Introduction
Time ................................................................................... 3The eternal time .................................................................. 3The divisible time ................................................................ 3
II. Which is the correct Bith time?
The time at which plasenta breaks ....................................... 5Head if Asc is Seershodaya etc ........................................... 5The time at which Head, Feet or Hand comes out ............... 6The time at which umblical cord is cut ................................. 6The time at which the child takes the first breath .................. 6The time of first cry fo the child ........................................... 7The time of conception ....................................................... 7The time at which the forhead is seen .................................. 8The time at which the child touches earth ............................ 8Any moment which is strongly related to native .................. 9
II. Rhythm of Day
Ahoratra or Vara ............................................................... 11Divisions of Ahoratra ......................................................... 11Yama ................................................................................ 11Khenika Graha (Momentary influence) .............................. 13Rise of Gulika at the beginning of Gulika span ................... 14Rise of Mandi .................................................................. 15Gulika and Mandi ............................................................ 16Odd-Even divisions of Yama ............................................. 17
III. Birth time Rectification Methods
Pancha Tatva Method ...................................................... 19Kunda (Navamsa-Navamsa) Multiplication Method ......... 21Navamsa-Dwadasamsa and Birthtime .............................. 26Varga Chatushtaya method and birth time ......................... 28Gulika and birth time ....................................................... 30Longitude of Sun and birth time ....................................... 33Khati-Vikhati at birth time and BT rectification ................ 34Week day of birth and BT rectification ............................ 35Sookshma Lagna and BT rectification ............................ .35Nadi Astrology and BT rectification ................................ 36Pranapada and BT rectification ....................................... 38Other methods ............................................................... 39Conclusion .................................................................... 39
 Books of Refference ...................................................... 40
Birth Time Rectification
Author- Sreenadh OGPublishers - (Yet to be published in Engilish)Copyright - To the Author
 
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Introduction
Astrology is branch of knowledge that tries to study time. Thevarious names ascribed to astrology such as Jyotisha, Jyotisastra,Kalatantra, Kalavidhana sastra are all proof of the same. How thesenames got ascribed to astrology? The sages them selves gives answerto the same.
+ÊvÉEÞ òiªÉ SÉ VªÉÉä iÉÓÊ¹É EÞòiÉi´ÉÉ VªÉÉä ÊiɹÉƺ¨ÉÞ iÉÆ  EòɱÉYÉÉxÉEò®úi´ÉÉSSÉ EòɱÉiÉxjɨÉ{ÉÒÊ®úiÉÆ- VªÉÉä ÊiÉ¹É ®úixɨÉɱÉÉ 
[Astrology got the name ‘Jytosha’ because it tries to study the lumi-naries in the sky. It got the name ‘Kalatrantra’ because it tries to studytime]Time not being a physical entity cannot be studied directly, and sothe sages selected the movement of planets as the tool to study time.Let us bow to the clear understanding of those great sages. It is theirvision that gave rise to this great knowledge branch that gives us theglimpse of future. It is their vision that became foundation for this greatbranch of knowledge.
Time
Time and movement are wonderfully related. To study time in itsfull essence demands pure consciousness, which only a sage can have.Time is present in every movement. Even thoughts are bound by time.Time is present in mind, thought and the universe. Time is present inevery movement. In the absence time there is no movement. Time isthe essence that differentiates moving and the non-moving, living andthe non-living. Time is a great wonder. Even sages stay awe struck before its manifestations. If matter is nature, time fills its and is beyondit. If stuff is ‘Sakti’ (Prakriti - nature) then time is present in everyatomic and sub atomic particles present in it, and is still beyond it.Time is the essence of divine, Siva, the Nataraja. Because of all thesethe ancient texts tells that time has two type of manifestations.
 ±ÉÉä EòÉxÉɨÉxiÉEÞ òiÉ EòɱÉ& EòɱÉÉä xªÉ Eò±ÉxÉÉi¨ÉEò&  - ºÉÚ  ªÉǠʺÉrùÉxiÉÆ
[One is the eternal time that causes evolution and destruction of ev-erything, that is beyond all measurements. The other is divisible timethat fits with in our framework of understanding]
1. The Eternal Time
This is the divine time, which is also known by the divine name of god Siva, i.e. Mahakala. Siva is the manifestation of time and is be-yond. It is the pulsation that supposed to be originated in this divinitythat caused the origin of the universe. It is in this eternal time is thebeginning and the end of the universe. This infinite and eternal timeitself is the divine, it is all and everything. God Krishna speaks -
þ ¨Éä ´ÉÉIɪÉ&  EòɱÉ& 
- I am the time that is eternal. Then again he says -
 EòɱÉÉä Îº¨É  ±ÉÉä EòIɪÉEÞ òiÉ |É´ÉÞ rù& 
- I am the time that give birth to this universe andcause its destruction.This eternal time is beyond the understanding capability of humanmind. It is the wonder that is infinity and lies beyond, the ultimatedivinity.
2. Divisible Time
Humans try to study time by applying divisions on it. The biggerdivisions such as Maha Kalpa, Manvantara, Yuga etc (or modern di-visions such as millennium, century etc), and the normal divisions suchas Year, Month, Day, Khati, Vikhati etc (or the modern divisions suchas Hour, Minute, Second etc) and the minute divisions such as Prana,Truti etc (or the modern divisions such as mille second, micro second,nanosecond etc) are all the results of this effort.All these conceptual divisions have existence only in mind - themind of humans or animals with thinking capability. If there is no mind(no thinking) the all these divisions vanish, and then it should be saidthat they do not exist (time stops). But still the eternal time would bethere, beyond everything. Yes, with the destruction of the universe,

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