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# Sho Dash Varga

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Shodashvarga/ Divisional Charts Judgement Rules

In the last post I talked about the book “New Techniques of Prediction” by ShriSheshadri Iyer. In that book he has proposed some fundamental rules for judging divisional charts. I have not used all these rules and not tested all of them. In fact, I am no expert in using Divisional Charts. I personally prefermixing Krishnamurthy Paddhati with classical astrology for judgment.Nevertheless, I tried quite a few of them and found to be very useful inpredictive astrology. Here are those rules –1. The most important and necessary condition for a planet to givebeneficial effect of the D chart is its relative good position from the lagna of thatD-chart irrespective of other factors such as being in inimical or debilitated signor aspect or conjunction with other planets. Thus under this theory primaryfactor is its position from D-lagna. If the planet be in places other than 3,6,8,and 12 (Dusthanas) it gives good results, its magnitude depending on otherfactors. But if they are in Dustnanas they always give bad results whatever theirother results be. But there are some exceptions to this:a)Kuja even in 6th in all D charts does good for he aspects lagna from 6th.b)Budha even in 8th in D-4 only gives good. Note the general theory of Budhabeing in 8 as being exceptionally lucky. It is only here and not in other D charts.c)Shani though in 8 does not kill, is the general say. This holds good only in D-8chart when Shani is in D-8 lagna and not elsewhere. Thus the above 3exceptions have to be remembered.2. Consider both the Rasi chart (D-1) and the divisional chart to weigh aneffect. As stated above, position in D chart surpasses that in D-1 chart. Eventhough a planet is in bad bhava in D-1, he gives good effects of a D chart if heis there in good position from D lagna. Likewise however powerfully andfavorably a planet is situated in D-1, if he is in Dustana in the D chart he givesbad effects of that D-chart.3. Having concluded the good or bad effects as per Rules 1 and 2 abovethe magnitude of the effect has to be judged from both D-1 and D-charts asfollows:a.If the planet has any kind of Shadbalas [Temporal (Kalaja), Motional (chesta),exaltation (uccha), Directional (Digbala), Declinatory (Ayanabala), or positional(Sthanabala)] in D-chart and favourably situated from its Lagna it gives goodeffects of a higher magnitude, the more the quantum the more thesimultaneous varied strengths. If in addition to this the planet is also powerfullysituated in D-1 also excellent results of a superior degree happen.b.Even a mere ordinary good position in D-chart coupled with strong position inD-1 (though in Dustana in D-1) gives effects of a higher order.

c.But, however strongly and favourably situated in D-1 if the planet be inDustana in D-chart he does bad to that chart portfolio even if he is exalted or inhis own house in that D-chart. All these establish the necessity of a planet beingin good positions from the D-lagna to give the good results.4. A combust or vanquished planet (in planetary fight) in D-1 is of noavail in D chart even if he is well placed and powerfully situated in D- Chart. Hewill give worst results to that D-effect if he is also badly placed in D-chart. Itprecisely amounts to dealing with a dead object.5. If a planet situated favorably in D-chart is debilitated it gives goodeffect if it attains Neecha Bhanga.6. Of all the powerful positions the most important are (a) Exaltation (b)Vargottama (c) Own house (d) Digbala. All these have to be applied to all theD-Charts. In this connection remember that a planet situated in the same signboth in D-1 and any other D-Chart must be construed as being in Vargottamawith respect to that D chart and the effects of that D-chart read thereon.Unfortunately this aspect is being judged only by Navamsha position. (D-9)when you apply this theory you get convinced.7. For reasons stated above exaltations in 3,6,8 or 12 in D-Chart are of no avail.8. See if any of the general Yogas exist in the D-chart. If so gauge themagnitude by their strengths as stated above.9. The effects of planets in the D chart get modified by conjunction oraspect of other planets in the D chart. Here only the natural benefics andnatural malefics are to be taken and not the functional ones. Among benefics,Guru is the only planet to alleviate evil indicated by a planet in bad position inthe D-chart. If that Guru is powerfully situated in that D chart his aspect iscertainly of effect, but a debilitated Guru cannot be banked upon.10. The birth Yogi and Avayogi have to be noted here. If the birth Yogi isin a good place in D-chart, he gives yoga to that effect but in a bad position heis lost. Similarly, birth Avayogi in a favorable position in D-chart will createhindrances, anxieties and trouble.11. Lordship of Bhavas are to be considered only in D-1 and not in D-charts except lord of D-lagna.

12. A debilitated planet in D-Chart though in good position gives bad, if there be no Neecha Bhanga.13. D-Lagna becoming Vargottama is itself an indication of the effect of that D-Chart going very high provided its lord is well placed there. If he is inDusthana in such a D-chart, only dreamy effects are felt by the native. Inaddition to D-lagna being Vargottama, its lord be also likewise or otherwisepowerfully and favourably situated in D-chart, he gives excellent results.14. 3rd and 8th places are deathlike places. A planet in 8th or 3rd in D-chart causes death to that effect. In D-9 to wife, in D-10 to profession. Deathmay be construed as also severance. A planet in 3rd in D-10 causes retirementfrom service. Please note the exception of Shani in 1st house in D-8 and Budhain 8th in D-4.15. 2nd house is said to be a neutral house. A planet in 2nd house in aDchart also behaves likewise.16. A planet in 6th house in D-chart in a powerful rasi gives good first andbad later on.17. It is said in general astrology that the more the number of planetsaspecting Lagna, the more powerful the native becomes. The same theoryapplies to D-chart also.18. Benefics on either side of Lagna is said to confer Yoga. True even inthe case of D-chart. But in such a situation if any malefic joins the benefic, theYoga gets marred. Similarly, malefics on either side though spoils first, getsbetter if any benefics joins them. What is said of Lagna holds good with respectto the 7th house too. Here one thing has to be noted. In the case of malefics if they are Birth Yogi or in their own house in D-chart they give modified goodeffects.19. Just as the 2nd and the 12th places from the lagna were dealt in point18, if planets are placed equidistantly from lagna such as 2-12, 3-11, 4-10, 5-9,6-8, 1-7 they cause effects as stated above depending on their natural beneficor malefic character. This is a special mention of Jaimini known as SankhyaYoga. 19. In D-12 if moon is with Kethu invariably the native's mother becomesa widow.20. Planets or bhavas hemmed in between malefics goes bad. Similarly aplanet in a D-chart or a D-chart lagna hemmed in between malefics becomesbad.

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