Using Birthcharts

When a new leader takes command of a nation, it signals a new beginning for the nation and hence the chart cast for the moment of swearing-in is important. However, the beginning of a new order is more important than the beginning of a new command. When a nation re-organizes itself based on new philosophies and thought, it signals the beginning of a new order. Chart cast for the beginning of a new order is more important than a swearing-in chart.

For example, the nation of India existed for more than 5,000 years. However, it took a new identity when it won independence on 15th August 1947. The independence chart of India shows the beginning of a new order in India. Though several princely states joined India after her independence, there was no major change in the identity of India. When India formed its constitution and declared itself a Sovereign Replublic on 26th January 1950, its identity was only consolidated and not changed. So the independence chart (15th August 1947, midnight, Delhi) is the birthchart of India and it is the most important one for predicting India’s fortune.

We can use Vimsottari dasa as well as Narayana dasa with a nation’s birthchart. An example of the interpretation of Narayana dasa for a nation was given in Error! Reference source not found.. Another technique prominently used with the birthcharts of nations is Tajaka. We can cast Tajaka annual charts to predict the fortune of a nation in a year and use it with Sudarsana Chakra dasa.

Lunar charts

When Sun and Moon have an exact conjunction in every sign, it starts a new lunar month. When Sun and Moon conjoin in Pisces, it starts a new lunar year. We can cast a chart at the exact moment of Sun-Moon conjunction at the capital of a country and use it to predict the fortune of the nation in the upcoming month or year. We can use rasi chart as well as divisional charts. For timing events, we can compress Vimsottari dasa from 120 years to a lunar month or a lunar year.

Full Moon Charts

Full Moon charts are cast when Sun and Moon have an exact opposition every month, i.e. at the end of Pournimasya. The Full Moon with Sun in Aries (soul in the first house of self, in the natural zodiac) and with Moon in Libra (mind in the seventh house of desire, in the natural zodiac) will start a new year.

Compared to the standard lunar charts, full Moon charts are more reliable. The fact that the names of Hindu lunar months are based on the constellation occupied by Moon on the Full Moon day show that months were once based on Full Moon. The months that start with New Moon are possibly a corruption introduced later.

Solar charts

When Sun enters a rasi, it starts a new solar month. We can cast a chart for that moment and analyze the fortune of a nation during the solar month. In particular, charts cast when Sun enters the movable signs (Ar, Cn, Li and Cp) are important and they are used by some astrologers to predict a nation’s fortune during a 3-month period.

We can cast the solar new year chart when Sun enters Aries, the first sign of the zodiac. This solar new year is celebrated in some parts of India. A chart cast at a nation’s capital when Sun enters Aries can be used for predicting the nation’s fortune for one year.

However, some astrologers prefer to use the chart when Sun enters Cp for predicting the fortune for a year. They consider the solar ingress into Capricornto be the most important solar chart in Kali Yuga.

Solar charts are good at showing political activity, wars, vitality of a nation, international relations, commerce etc. Narayana dasa and other rasi dasas can be compressed to one year (as in Tajaka charts) and used with solar charts. They give better results than Vimsottari dasa in the case of solar charts.

Swearing-in Charts

We can cast a chart when a new leader (the chief of the executive wing of government) is sworn-in in a nation. That chart also has an impact on the nature of results experienced by the nation during the leader’s tenure. We can find Narayana dasa of rasi chart and divisional charts of the swearing-in ceremony. We have to compress Narayana dasa from 120 years to the expected maximum length of the tenure.

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