Predictive Astrology Insight by Dinesh S Mathur

Astrology can be considered a useful branch of knowledge only if its concepts and principles could be applied to assess the personality and life of a person, and to look into the years ahead to tell him as to what is in store for him.

The Signs, Houses and Planets are the three basic factors which need to be understood clearly for developing successful predictive ability. In ‘Predictive Astrology – An Insight,’ rules and facts pertaining to each of these factors have been given and the effect of one factor on the other has been analysed in a very comprehensible and instructive manner. For timing the events in the life of a person correctly, the Vimshottari Dasa System has been rationalised to fit the calendar in vogue and details of supportive transit indications have also been given.

This book is a manual of practical astrology designed to enable the reader to handle queries relating to various facets of everyday life successfully.

The book is a unique attempt at resuscitating a part of India’s lost astrological tradition.

About the Author

Shri DS Mathur has been a member of the Indian Administrative Service since 1971. He has held important assignments in the state of Madhya Pradesh and Government of India during his career spanning almost four decades. He has retired from the Indian Administrative Service in 2007.

He has been a keen student of astrology since the last three decades and has written extensively on it. His four books, namely, Predictive Astrology-An Insight, How to Time an Event, Vedic Progression, and How to Read a Birth Chart have already come out. This is the first volume of the fifth book. It meets the long felt need of readers of astrology adequately.

Price Rs 55 for eBook

How to Order and Get the eBook

Also Read

Dinesh S Mathur – The Play of Planets in Houses I-VI Bhrigu Analysis Part-I

The Play of Planets in Houses VII-XII Bhrigu Analysis Part-II by Dinesh S Mathur

New Vedic Progression Secrets from Brighu Nadi by Dinesh S Mathur

How to Time Events by Dinesh S Mathur