20-Second Previews of a Few Videos
Vedic Vargas versus Vibrational Charts, Part 1
In Vedic astrology charts like the navamsa chart and saptamsa chart are very frequently interpreted. These charts are known as vargas and are also called divisional charts and harmonic charts. However, the term "harmonic charts" is also used in modern western astrology and Vedic vargas and western Vibrational Charts (more commonly called harmonic charts) are not exactly the same thing. This is the first in a series of videos on Vedic vargas and the similarities and differences between vargas and Vibrational Charts. We will explore the philosophy and concepts as well as specific details. We will also learn about variations in vargas and some historical details that are often overlooked. In the later videos in this series of videos we will compare interpretations of vargas and Vibrational charts and see that in some cases the interpretations are more similar than may seem at first.
Regulus Enters Virgo in 2011, Part 1
Regulus entered tropical Virgo in 2011 and will stay in Virgo for more than 2000 years. The first 50 to 100 years that a fixed star is in a new tropical zodiac sign is a time of transition and change. The changes indicated by Regulus entering Virgo are described,. We also learn how the sidereal and tropical sign placements of zodiac signs determine the astrological meaning of fixed stars.
Interpret Transits with Vibrational Astrology
Planetary configurations formed between transiting and natal planets are important for forecasting. Two examples of exact 3-planet configurations in late October formed between transiting planets and the birth chart of Donald Trump are used to illustrate this forecasting technique.
Zero Scorpio: the Cosmic Fusion Point
The beginning of the sign Scorpio was used by ancient astrologers as a basis for assigning the planets that rule zodiac signs. Interestingly Zero-Scorpio has a unique property in regards to prime numbers. Prime numbers are organized into 30 degree sections just like zodiac signs and at the next level of organization prime numbers are organized around Zero-Scorpio! Consequently Zero Scorpio is a cosmic nexus point, a place where different things such as zodiac signs and planets connect, and where different levels of frequencies connect. In this video we learn how prime numbers are organized and how Zero-Scorpio becomes the connection point for ruling planets of signs, for the relationship of Pisano-5 and Pisano-10 to identify the 4 elements of fire, earth, air, and water, and for how the sidereal zodiac is connected to the tropical zodiac.
The Four Elements, Part 4
The 4 elements of fire, earth, air and water are created by primal vibrations. These primal vibrations are generated by Fibonacci numbers in rhythmic sequences known as Pisano periods. Pisano periods 5 and 10 are critically important for generating the frequencies of the elements, which are fire = 11, earth = 13, air = 9, and water = 7. This understanding helps us understand more clearly how the 4 elements function than using the labels of fire, earth, air and water too literally as we often do in astrology.