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December 2020 issue

The Astrological eMagazine

Editor’s Note

Dear Readers,

As we wrap the year 2020, let us recall some of the key events that took place. The year 2020 has been shadowed with the clouds of Coronavirus; devastating cyclones and floods sweeping states of Telangana, Assam; communal riots of Delhi; India China stand-off. The year also witnessed the Bhoomi Puja of Rama temple in Ayodhya. As we write, the world awaits to welcome the next President of the USA. Astrologically, the year began with a six planet conjunction in Sagittarius, Jupiter moving to Capricorn (its sign of debilitation) in March, followed with Rahu moving to Taurus, and naturally Ketu to Scorpio. Now in December we are experiencing the Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn. It is an extraordinary event owing to the fact that the planets are separated by just one tenth degree, the closest ever since the year 1623!

As you are aware, Jupiter is a benefic planet and Saturn is extremely malefic. When the exact conjunction occurs on 21 December, Saturn and Jupiter will be in Capricorn or Makara - 7 degrees  47 minutes and 34 seconds, in the constellation of Uttarashada ruled by Sun and Meena Navamsa ruled by Jupiter. Raman Suprajarama offers a detailed analysis of the impact of this great conjunction for few countries including India and USA, and on individual moon signs.

The ancient vedic rishis were great scientists apart from being great philosophers. They were the masters of engineering which is evident in the incredible ancient monuments and temples you see globally. One such engineering marvel is Shiva Lingam. Our revered chief editor, Bangalore Niranjan Babu, very beautifully explains the significance of Shiva Lingam and provides information related to the Panchabhuta temples of Lord Shiva and Jyothirlingams of India.

Radhakrishnan Nair, in a succinct manner, explains the nature of Paramatma and its various manifestations. It is a reminder to bring us back to the roots and re-align ourselves to the core principles of sanatana dharma by following satkarma and deep gratitude towards the Paramatma.

It is believed that Rudraksh has the powers to eliminate malefic affects of planets and are being advocated by astrologers to wear as a remedial measure. This article by Dr Rudra Prasanna Mohapatra explains the powers of Gauri Shankar Rudraksh which is represented as combined form of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.

The all powerful Saturn is considered as the jewel of the solar system. Dr. N. Chandrashekar takes us to a world of possibilities of Aquarian Age or Kumba Yuga, where Saturn is the Lord of the Aquarian Age. Come aboard on this journey to the future.

Going back to historic events, we present an interesting horoscope study of the Beirut explosion and Hiroshima atomic bombing that took place in 2020 and 1945 respectively. Read on to understand the commonalities of both the events from an astrological perspective. Rasi Tulya Navamsa method is used to determine the subtle aspects of Grahas reflected through a proper correlation of Rasi (D-1) and Navamsa (D-9) charts. Dr. Nemani Venkata Raghunatha Rao offers principles and examples to demonstrate Rasi Tulya Navamsa method to understand why the natives with exalted planets did not get the fruits of an exalted planets.

What makes our beloved Prime Minster Shri. Narendra Modi extraordinary? Prof. Dr. N. S. Murthy, in continuation to his previous article published in September edition, provides an in-depth study of various yogas present at the time of his birth and how each yoga is impacting his life and personality, with a special focus on his career in politics.

Stijn Cuypers continues his article on offering his perspective on astrological significance of the three core geometrical points - the Ascendant, the Sun and the Moon. In this edition, he speaks about the solar currents, and in the end, concludes that tropical system should be used, for determining the position of the Sun - the equinoxes, solstices, and solar ingresses.

For those who missed reading any of the previous editions, or want a recap of what we covered so far in the Astrological eMagazine in year 2020, you will find the contents listed in this edition.

The magazine ends with the monthly features with the most awaited predictions for your Moon signs, ephemeris, calendar and panchanga for the month of December.

We wish all the readers a happy New Year in advance!

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