Vimsopaka bala vedic astrology

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Vedic Shadbala Analysis (strengths of planets)

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Special Ascendants 6. Sixteen Divisions 7. Use of Divisionals 8. Aspects of Signs 9. Evils at Birth Antidote for Evils Judgement of Houses Effects of 1st House Effects of 2nd House Effects of 3rd House Effects of 4th House Effects of 5th House Effects of 6th House Effects of 7th House Effects of 8th House Effects of 9th House Effects of 10th House Effects of 11th House Effects of 12th House Effect of Bhava Lords Effect of Upa Grahas Planetary Aspects Shadbala Bhava Padas Upa Pada Argala intervention Planetary Karakatwas Effects of Karakamsa Yoga Karakas Nabhasa Yogas Other Yogas Lunar Yogas Finally, the Shashtiamsas are added up.

We get the Shadbala value in Shashtiamsas. Next they are divided by Then we get the Shadbala values in Rupas. At the printout you can see the Shadbala value in Rupas.

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It is important to realize that the influence of certain Shadbala factors is much greater than others. Simply because the amount of Shashtiamsas to be gained by certain Shadbala factors is much greater than by others. As an example: the amount of Shashtiamsas which can be gained by the factor Sthana Bala is a lot more than what can be gained by Dig Bala.

Therefore the six Shadbala factors are not equally important. Something else happens. According to the Shadbala rules every planet needs a certain amount of Rupas to be strong. These values are seen as the minimum requirement for a certain planet to be strong. I have never seen an explanation of why this is so.

The total Shad Bala in Rupas is divided by this minimum requirement and then we get the Shad Bala ratio. The most interesting about this Shad Bala ratio is to see whether a planet has more or less than the minimum requirement and how much that is. In general most astrologers attach more value to the total Shad Bala. Because I have some difficulties in seeing the logic behind the minimum requirements I also attach more value to the total Shadbala.

As an example let us take a quick look at the Shadbala printout of Bill Clinton chart is shown in the section about the Nakshatras.

Vimsopaka Bala – The Planetary ‘Report Card’ of Excellence

The strongest planet according to Shadbala is the Sun, which has a total Shadbala of 8. This is something to be expected from a person who is president of the USA. Next comes Mercury, which is also fairly strong and indeed he always seems to talk his way out of problems. If we look at the planets which have a low Shadbala value we see Venus and especially Saturn. Indeed, a lot of his problems have to do with sexuality, lovemaking and financial deals Venus.

It also seems that he has a difficulty in keeping limits Saturn. The Ishta Phala value of a certain planet is calculated as follows: the Ocha Bala see paragraph 1. Then the square root of the product is extracted. We get a value between 0 and The Sun and the Moon do not have a Chesta Bala. Yet we need to have a Chesta Bala value for these planets otherwise we cannot calculate the Ishta Phala. If the value we get is more than degrees it will be subtracted from This value is divided by three.

Then we get the Chesta Bala value in Shashtiamsas. To calculate the Chesta Bala value of the Moon we make another calculation. Again if the value we get is more than degrees it will be subtracted from Again to get the value in Shastiamsas the value is divided by three. I hope by this time you are not overwhelmed by calculations. Anyway, we have to explain the Kashta Phala. We calculate Ocha bala and Chesta Bala. Next we calculate the product of this and then the square root of this product will be the Kashta Phala value.

The idea is that if a planet has a higher Ishta Phala than Kashta Phala value it is inclined to do good in its dasa and bhukti and if it has a higher Kashta Phala than Ishta Phala value it is inclined to do evil in its dasa and bhukti. The logic of this may be clear.

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Of course it is good if a planet has a big Ocha Bala and Chesta Bala value. Then the value of Ishta Phala will also be large and the amount of Kashta Phala value will be small. However, as the Shadbala system shows there are more factors to be considered how a planet performs. It may be wiser to evaluate the functioning of the planet in its dasa and bhukti by looking at the Total Shadbala value. This is the last factor we have to consider.

For this we have to calculate the Bhava Chakra House Chart which is dealt with in another tutorial. The Bhava Chart is a Chart which works with unequal houses which are comparable to the housesystem of Porphyry.