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Planets and Children
Description
About the Book

Read the book deeply and repeatedly to be able to predict about

1. The birth of children
2. Mishaps to children
3. The problems of childlessness spiritual remedies to overcome problems of childlessness and tragedies to children.

No such book has ever been written about children.

Gynaecologists who study astrology can make very good use of such a book and astrologers can help sympathetic gynaecologists with such illuminating guidance which they often need.

About The Author

K.N. Rao I.A.A.S. (Retd.) has been sharing his fundamental, astrologically replicable researches with other astrologers for over a decade now with the sole intension of placing astrology on scientific footing. It is a pioneering work, the very first and the most original effort in the world of astrology. After he retired from the post of Director General from the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India in November 1990, he has been writing most actively and has by now authored twenty one books.

All his books teach the art of prediction only. He tells a story which grips your attention and then teaches Lessons. Read his Ups and Down in Career for learning the use of the transits of Saturn and Jupiter which has been made use of in this book also. And then read his book astrology, Destiny and the Wheel of Time.

Then the very fine astrological techniques given in his book on the Nehru Dynasty will teach you astrology, history and also mundane astrology and less known facts of India’s recent political history. This triology presents a scheme by teach which you can sharpen your astrological predictive ability and acquire high percentage of successful predictions.But do not expect ever to be a hundred percent success.An astrologer cannot be God.

K.N. Rao (Kotamraju Narayana Rao) retired from the Indian Audit and Accounts Service as Director General in November 1990. He is the second of the four sons of the famous journalist of the pre-independence era, K. Rama Rao, the founder editor of the National Herald and, editor of more than thirty journals in his long journalistic career. Rao was initiated into astrology by his late mother, K.Saraswani Devi, at the age of twelve in 1943. He regards her as the best astrologer he has known in two areas, marriage and children and prashna (horary).

Rao was a lecturer in English before joining the government service through an all-India competition in 1957. He joined the Indian Audit and Accounts Service from which he retired as Director General in November 1990. More interested in games and sports than in astrology in his youth, Rao won brilliancy prizes in chess competitions and two state championships in bridge competitions. He played ten other games which is why in his astrological writings also there are references to games often.

During his service career, he was the planner, organizer and teacher of three international courses on Audit of Receipts as a joint director once and director twice. His interactions with foreigners have been both on professional and astrological levels for more than two decades which is why he has, as an astrologer, a large international network of friends. He went on doing all his fundamental researches in astrology during his service career because of which he went on collecting horoscopes systematically in thousands. He has in his possession more than 50,000 horoscopes with ten important events of each individual noted with him. It is perhaps, the largest individual collection of horoscopes any astrologer in the world has.

The strain of doing astrology as a mission, not charging any fee, except on foreign tours almost made him give up astrology many times. But in December 1981 he was forced out of his shell to participate in a three-day seminar on astrology in Delhi. After this ground breaking speech, there has been a persistent demand for his astrological articles. From then onwards he has been sharing with his readers his original researches for which he has won worldwide praise.

Between 1993 and 1995, Rao has visited the USA on five lecture tours. He was the Chief Guest at the Second Conference of the American Council of Vedic Astrology in 1993. He was requested to be present in the Third Conference also in 1994 on the opening day ,because of the crowds he would draw, His name was advertised till November 1995 also for the Fourth Conference though he had made it clear that he would not be available anymore for the American conferences.

Since June 1998 he has visited Moscow five times where he caught astrology through interpreters. It was a great success ever y time as reported by the Russian sponsors part of those reported is produced here.

As a result of his academic approach, he has now more than a thousand students in India and more than five hundred in the USA and Russia .He is the Director of Astrology Courses in the Bharatiya Vidya Shawan, New Delhi. The teachers on the teaching faculty of the astrology course in the Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan have, like him, never charged any fees for teaching which they do in an honorary capacity. What impelled Rao to do it is well explained in his own horoscope where the lagna and the 10th lords get combined in the lagna, with an exalted jupiter in the 10th house. All this was foreseen by his Jyotish Guru, Yogi Bhaskarananda of Gujarat whom Rao describes as the last of the Rishi astrologers in the purest classical mould. He had told him that he would have to visit many foreign countries to give to Hindu astrology the honour, recognition and dignity which it did not have till then. An American summed up the impact of the first ever foreign visit of Rao to the USA in 1993 as, “Vedic astrology before Rao and after Rao”.

What different yogis have said about astrology as a Vedanga which he must not give up has been quoted in his book, Yogis, Destiny and the Wheel of lime. Astrology is ill-reputed as a profession because of its mercenary and exploitative nature. Rao’s desire never to turn into a professional astrologer, has won him thousands of admirers and also some enemies from the community of professional astrologers who felt threatened, when around him there grew up a fine team of more than two hundred academic astrologers like him, for whom astrology is not a source of living, but a super science to delve into the meaning and purpose of human life, which is what astrology, as Vedanga, should and has to be.

Both his mantra guru, Swami Paramananda Saraswati, and his jyotish guru, Yogi Bhaskarananda taught him some secrets of spiritual astrology which are not given usually in any book of astrology. Rao has revealed some of these secrets in his book, Yogis, Destiny and the Wheel of Time. Among Rao’s recent fundamental and most original researches are his two books Predicting through Jaimini’s Chara Dasha and Predicting through Karakamsha and Mandook Dasha. it has been possible for him to produce such researches because he was told by his jyotish guru that what was in parampara (tradition) was much more than what was contained in books of astrology which are translated literally and are without illustrations generally. His own mother, who was his first Jyotish guru, knew many such traditional secrets, parts of which Rao has revealed in his three books, Ups and Downs in Careers, Astrology; Destiny and the Wheel of Time and Planets and Children.

It was the mantra guru of Rao, Swami Paramananda Saraswati who first asked Rao not to give up astrology as it had to be an integral part of his sadhana. Later a great yogi, Swami Moorkhanandji, prophesied in 1982 that he would be the architect of a great astrological renaissance. Whether that is already fulfilled or not can be gauged from the impressive list of his research published in his writings given here in a tabular form.

Introduction

There are three worlds (lokas) in the planet we live on; the manushya loka (the world of mortals), the pitrioka (the world of higher beings or manes) and devaloka (the world of gods). Ordinary persons whose entire existence centres round earning, eating, and procreating are called manushya; forsaking their desires, those who engage themselves in doing good to the world are called pitras; those who spread enlightenment in the world and become leaders of higher culture are called devas.

The manushya loka can be conquered through sons; so long as there are no sons, then conquered through karma; the pitris are always engaged in doing good to the world. The devaloka is conquered through vidya (or divine knowledge). Devas spread spiritual knowledge and do good to the world. It is this reason that vidya is praised and the devaloka is the best of the lokas.

In all traditional societies, particularly Asian societies, their deep ancient spiritual thinking about human life is done at four levels: the purely physical in which the human motivations are nidra (comforts) ahar (career) and maithuna (life’s enjoyments). Here there is no difference between man and animals.

The second level is emotional when every event, birth, illness old age and death are gripping emotions of fears. To understand them solve them and treat them human branches of knowledge like medicine, psychology, astrology and so many other subjects have been developed by man all through centuries. The third Level is intellectual. The third level is intellectual out of which are born all philosophies, from the greatest philosophies of the Upanishads to ordinary ephemera. Philosophies of the west which are based more on the processes of ratiocination than actual realisation of truth. The Hindu philosophies are based on actual ‘seeing’ of eternal truths which is why they are called darshan, not philosophy.

The fourth level is purely spiritual which has been the pursuit of a tiny minority of people of all civilizations and all countries.

In India, the great rishis combined all the four levels and the Indian civilization in the days of its glory was as uninhibited in its appreciation and understanding for sex motivations as of mans’s eternal quest for comprehending the meaning and purpose of human life.

One of the answers to such search and questions is the need to continue the family tradition through sons, a sacrosanct tradition. Naturally, an Indian asks immediately after his marriage when and what type of children will he have, particularly, sons. These questions generally are the following:
(a) When will the marriage take place?
(b) When will children be born?
(c) What will be the sex of these children?
(d) Will the children be successful in their lives?
(e) Will these children look after their parents in their old age? Then there are some other questions.
(a) Is there childlessness in the horoscope of the male or the female or both?
(b) Will there be delayed birth of children or total denial?
(c) Will there be mishaps to children?

Answering all these questions through illustrated horoscopes will take a team effort by nearly ten astrologers and a period of live years. Yet a beginning must be made somewhere, scientifically, through illustrations.
In this book many of the questions have been considered. They are:
(a) Timing the birth of children, through transits of planets and Vimshottari mahadasha.
(b) Birth of children after considerable delay.
(c) Curses because of which there will either be childlessness or mishaps to children.
(d) There is pre-destinations — a question which can be answered if dependable reading from Nadi or Bhrigu Samhita is available. But do not get trapped by fraudulent Bhrigu readers. There is one evidence given in the book from Dr. B.V. Raman’s Dhruva Nadi, about the author (K.N. Rao). But this is a scientific monograph with replicable astrological techniques.

Contents

Acknowledgements 3
Contents 4
About the author 6
Introduction 9
Section one: Transit of planet and children
Chapter-1 Timing the birth of children-Replicable astrological techniqes 12
Chapter-2 Birth of children through transit of planets-I 20
Chapter-3 Birth of children through transit of planets-II 26
Chapter-4 Birth of children through transit of planets-III 33
Section two: Vimshottari dasha and childbirth
Chapter-5 Timing the birth of children through vimshottari dasha 36
Section three: childbirth - Some complex areas
Chapter-6 Entering the complex area- theoritical 55
Chapter-7 The complex area- illustrations 63
Chpater-8 Astro-medical approach-delayed childbirths 78
Chapter-9 Mishaps-miscarriages 99
Chapter-10 Planets and dr. B.V. Raman's children 107
Section four: Child-birth-some other aspects
Chapter-11 Blessing assuring the birth of children 114
Chapter-12 Interpretations of the codal names of the lord of the saptamsha division 116
Chapter-13 Categories of children 130
Chapter-14 Childlessness-astrological causes 133
Section five
Chapter-15 The final conclusion-predestination 149
Check list cum questionnaire-I 161
Check list cum questionnaire-II 161
Check list cum questionnaire-III 161
Check list cum questionniare-IV 162
Some puzzles to be solves 163
Section six :additional case studies
Chapter-16 Case studies- Delayed childbirth 169
Chapter-17 Delays in childbirth or troubles 177
Chapter-18 Abnormal delay 189
Chapter-19 Delayed child birth 205
Books by vani publications 210

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About the Book

Read the book deeply and repeatedly to be able to predict about

1. The birth of children
2. Mishaps to children
3. The problems of childlessness spiritual remedies to overcome problems of childlessness and tragedies to children.

No such book has ever been written about children.

Gynaecologists who study astrology can make very good use of such a book and astrologers can help sympathetic gynaecologists with such illuminating guidance which they often need.

About The Author

K.N. Rao I.A.A.S. (Retd.) has been sharing his fundamental, astrologically replicable researches with other astrologers for over a decade now with the sole intension of placing astrology on scientific footing. It is a pioneering work, the very first and the most original effort in the world of astrology. After he retired from the post of Director General from the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India in November 1990, he has been writing most actively and has by now authored twenty one books.

All his books teach the art of prediction only. He tells a story which grips your attention and then teaches Lessons. Read his Ups and Down in Career for learning the use of the transits of Saturn and Jupiter which has been made use of in this book also. And then read his book astrology, Destiny and the Wheel of Time.

Then the very fine astrological techniques given in his book on the Nehru Dynasty will teach you astrology, history and also mundane astrology and less known facts of India’s recent political history. This triology presents a scheme by teach which you can sharpen your astrological predictive ability and acquire high percentage of successful predictions.But do not expect ever to be a hundred percent success.An astrologer cannot be God.

K.N. Rao (Kotamraju Narayana Rao) retired from the Indian Audit and Accounts Service as Director General in November 1990. He is the second of the four sons of the famous journalist of the pre-independence era, K. Rama Rao, the founder editor of the National Herald and, editor of more than thirty journals in his long journalistic career. Rao was initiated into astrology by his late mother, K.Saraswani Devi, at the age of twelve in 1943. He regards her as the best astrologer he has known in two areas, marriage and children and prashna (horary).

Rao was a lecturer in English before joining the government service through an all-India competition in 1957. He joined the Indian Audit and Accounts Service from which he retired as Director General in November 1990. More interested in games and sports than in astrology in his youth, Rao won brilliancy prizes in chess competitions and two state championships in bridge competitions. He played ten other games which is why in his astrological writings also there are references to games often.

During his service career, he was the planner, organizer and teacher of three international courses on Audit of Receipts as a joint director once and director twice. His interactions with foreigners have been both on professional and astrological levels for more than two decades which is why he has, as an astrologer, a large international network of friends. He went on doing all his fundamental researches in astrology during his service career because of which he went on collecting horoscopes systematically in thousands. He has in his possession more than 50,000 horoscopes with ten important events of each individual noted with him. It is perhaps, the largest individual collection of horoscopes any astrologer in the world has.

The strain of doing astrology as a mission, not charging any fee, except on foreign tours almost made him give up astrology many times. But in December 1981 he was forced out of his shell to participate in a three-day seminar on astrology in Delhi. After this ground breaking speech, there has been a persistent demand for his astrological articles. From then onwards he has been sharing with his readers his original researches for which he has won worldwide praise.

Between 1993 and 1995, Rao has visited the USA on five lecture tours. He was the Chief Guest at the Second Conference of the American Council of Vedic Astrology in 1993. He was requested to be present in the Third Conference also in 1994 on the opening day ,because of the crowds he would draw, His name was advertised till November 1995 also for the Fourth Conference though he had made it clear that he would not be available anymore for the American conferences.

Since June 1998 he has visited Moscow five times where he caught astrology through interpreters. It was a great success ever y time as reported by the Russian sponsors part of those reported is produced here.

As a result of his academic approach, he has now more than a thousand students in India and more than five hundred in the USA and Russia .He is the Director of Astrology Courses in the Bharatiya Vidya Shawan, New Delhi. The teachers on the teaching faculty of the astrology course in the Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan have, like him, never charged any fees for teaching which they do in an honorary capacity. What impelled Rao to do it is well explained in his own horoscope where the lagna and the 10th lords get combined in the lagna, with an exalted jupiter in the 10th house. All this was foreseen by his Jyotish Guru, Yogi Bhaskarananda of Gujarat whom Rao describes as the last of the Rishi astrologers in the purest classical mould. He had told him that he would have to visit many foreign countries to give to Hindu astrology the honour, recognition and dignity which it did not have till then. An American summed up the impact of the first ever foreign visit of Rao to the USA in 1993 as, “Vedic astrology before Rao and after Rao”.

What different yogis have said about astrology as a Vedanga which he must not give up has been quoted in his book, Yogis, Destiny and the Wheel of lime. Astrology is ill-reputed as a profession because of its mercenary and exploitative nature. Rao’s desire never to turn into a professional astrologer, has won him thousands of admirers and also some enemies from the community of professional astrologers who felt threatened, when around him there grew up a fine team of more than two hundred academic astrologers like him, for whom astrology is not a source of living, but a super science to delve into the meaning and purpose of human life, which is what astrology, as Vedanga, should and has to be.

Both his mantra guru, Swami Paramananda Saraswati, and his jyotish guru, Yogi Bhaskarananda taught him some secrets of spiritual astrology which are not given usually in any book of astrology. Rao has revealed some of these secrets in his book, Yogis, Destiny and the Wheel of Time. Among Rao’s recent fundamental and most original researches are his two books Predicting through Jaimini’s Chara Dasha and Predicting through Karakamsha and Mandook Dasha. it has been possible for him to produce such researches because he was told by his jyotish guru that what was in parampara (tradition) was much more than what was contained in books of astrology which are translated literally and are without illustrations generally. His own mother, who was his first Jyotish guru, knew many such traditional secrets, parts of which Rao has revealed in his three books, Ups and Downs in Careers, Astrology; Destiny and the Wheel of Time and Planets and Children.

It was the mantra guru of Rao, Swami Paramananda Saraswati who first asked Rao not to give up astrology as it had to be an integral part of his sadhana. Later a great yogi, Swami Moorkhanandji, prophesied in 1982 that he would be the architect of a great astrological renaissance. Whether that is already fulfilled or not can be gauged from the impressive list of his research published in his writings given here in a tabular form.

Introduction

There are three worlds (lokas) in the planet we live on; the manushya loka (the world of mortals), the pitrioka (the world of higher beings or manes) and devaloka (the world of gods). Ordinary persons whose entire existence centres round earning, eating, and procreating are called manushya; forsaking their desires, those who engage themselves in doing good to the world are called pitras; those who spread enlightenment in the world and become leaders of higher culture are called devas.

The manushya loka can be conquered through sons; so long as there are no sons, then conquered through karma; the pitris are always engaged in doing good to the world. The devaloka is conquered through vidya (or divine knowledge). Devas spread spiritual knowledge and do good to the world. It is this reason that vidya is praised and the devaloka is the best of the lokas.

In all traditional societies, particularly Asian societies, their deep ancient spiritual thinking about human life is done at four levels: the purely physical in which the human motivations are nidra (comforts) ahar (career) and maithuna (life’s enjoyments). Here there is no difference between man and animals.

The second level is emotional when every event, birth, illness old age and death are gripping emotions of fears. To understand them solve them and treat them human branches of knowledge like medicine, psychology, astrology and so many other subjects have been developed by man all through centuries. The third Level is intellectual. The third level is intellectual out of which are born all philosophies, from the greatest philosophies of the Upanishads to ordinary ephemera. Philosophies of the west which are based more on the processes of ratiocination than actual realisation of truth. The Hindu philosophies are based on actual ‘seeing’ of eternal truths which is why they are called darshan, not philosophy.

The fourth level is purely spiritual which has been the pursuit of a tiny minority of people of all civilizations and all countries.

In India, the great rishis combined all the four levels and the Indian civilization in the days of its glory was as uninhibited in its appreciation and understanding for sex motivations as of mans’s eternal quest for comprehending the meaning and purpose of human life.

One of the answers to such search and questions is the need to continue the family tradition through sons, a sacrosanct tradition. Naturally, an Indian asks immediately after his marriage when and what type of children will he have, particularly, sons. These questions generally are the following:
(a) When will the marriage take place?
(b) When will children be born?
(c) What will be the sex of these children?
(d) Will the children be successful in their lives?
(e) Will these children look after their parents in their old age? Then there are some other questions.
(a) Is there childlessness in the horoscope of the male or the female or both?
(b) Will there be delayed birth of children or total denial?
(c) Will there be mishaps to children?

Answering all these questions through illustrated horoscopes will take a team effort by nearly ten astrologers and a period of live years. Yet a beginning must be made somewhere, scientifically, through illustrations.
In this book many of the questions have been considered. They are:
(a) Timing the birth of children, through transits of planets and Vimshottari mahadasha.
(b) Birth of children after considerable delay.
(c) Curses because of which there will either be childlessness or mishaps to children.
(d) There is pre-destinations — a question which can be answered if dependable reading from Nadi or Bhrigu Samhita is available. But do not get trapped by fraudulent Bhrigu readers. There is one evidence given in the book from Dr. B.V. Raman’s Dhruva Nadi, about the author (K.N. Rao). But this is a scientific monograph with replicable astrological techniques.

Contents

Acknowledgements 3
Contents 4
About the author 6
Introduction 9
Section one: Transit of planet and children
Chapter-1 Timing the birth of children-Replicable astrological techniqes 12
Chapter-2 Birth of children through transit of planets-I 20
Chapter-3 Birth of children through transit of planets-II 26
Chapter-4 Birth of children through transit of planets-III 33
Section two: Vimshottari dasha and childbirth
Chapter-5 Timing the birth of children through vimshottari dasha 36
Section three: childbirth - Some complex areas
Chapter-6 Entering the complex area- theoritical 55
Chapter-7 The complex area- illustrations 63
Chpater-8 Astro-medical approach-delayed childbirths 78
Chapter-9 Mishaps-miscarriages 99
Chapter-10 Planets and dr. B.V. Raman's children 107
Section four: Child-birth-some other aspects
Chapter-11 Blessing assuring the birth of children 114
Chapter-12 Interpretations of the codal names of the lord of the saptamsha division 116
Chapter-13 Categories of children 130
Chapter-14 Childlessness-astrological causes 133
Section five
Chapter-15 The final conclusion-predestination 149
Check list cum questionnaire-I 161
Check list cum questionnaire-II 161
Check list cum questionnaire-III 161
Check list cum questionniare-IV 162
Some puzzles to be solves 163
Section six :additional case studies
Chapter-16 Case studies- Delayed childbirth 169
Chapter-17 Delays in childbirth or troubles 177
Chapter-18 Abnormal delay 189
Chapter-19 Delayed child birth 205
Books by vani publications 210
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