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In my astrological language, the Eastern astrological theory is based on the past, the bar, the month, the solstice, the year, the zodiac, the planet, the constellation, the almanac, the position and the changes that take place in it. It is classified into three parts and various other subdivisions by theory, code and hora. Who discusses mathematics, consequences and treatment in detail.

According to these scriptures, the whole heavens are divided into 360 degrees, and these 360 ​​degrees represent the days of the year. The 360 ​​degrees are divided into 12 parts, divided into twelve months, and each month is represented by a zodiac sign from Aries to Pisces.

The group of constellations is called Nakshatra which consists of 27 from Ashwini to Revati. The seven bars from Sun to Saturn represent the seven planets. The other two planets Rahu and Ketu are shadow planets so they do not have their own bar. It is customary to look at Rahu as Saturn and Ketu as Mars.

In astronomical reality, all the planets revolve around the sun, but astronomy assumes that other planets revolve in the sky, considering the earth we live in to be stable. In this sense, all nine planets are constantly orbiting at their own speed in a 360-degree circle, as mentioned above.

Which is called the appearance of the planet. According to astronomy, it takes different planets different times to travel 360 degrees or all the zodiac at once. The main reason for this is the different distances of the planets from the earth and its different speeds.

The Sun completes that circle in about a year, while the Moon completes that circle in about 27 days. Mars completes this circle in one year and six months, Mercury in about 12 months, Jupiter in about 12 years and Venus in one year. Saturn takes thirty years to complete that circle. Saturn stays in a zodiac sign for about two and a half years. In this sense Saturn takes the longest time to complete this circle compared to other planets. Hence it is also called slow planet.

Looking at the time it takes to complete the circle above, the Moon stays in one sign for about two and a half days, while Sun, Mercury and Venus stay in one sign for one month, Jupiter stays in one sign for about a year and Mars stays in one sign for about 45 days. Astrologers therefore derive daily and weekly horoscopes from the appearance of the Moon and its effects, from the appearance of the fortnightly, monthly and quarterly Sun, from the appearance of Mercury, Venus and Mars, and from the half-yearly and annual appearance of Jupiter and Saturn. Therefore, they may not be complete and always valid in all subjects.

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