Today we have picked the most controversial debate related to astrology; does it really help by predicting future events or is it totally fake, bound by some ancient beliefs? For enlighten us on the above topic, today we have the best astrologer in Delhi, Dr. Sohini Sastri.
Before discussing further we need a little knowledge about astrology.
What is Astrology and how does astrology works?
Astrology is an ancient science which can tell us about the influence of celestial, distant cosmic object on human. By celestial object we mean stars and planets. Astrology also helps to predict events by studying the movements and positions of celestial objects. Astrology is so ancient, it has been dated to 2nd millennium BC.
Most of us think about just 12 zodiac signs or sun-signs by the word astrology. But it is so much more than that. The sun-signs are determined according to native’s birth date. Probably this is the simplest form of astrology. According to the best astrologer in Delhi, such analysis provide limited data and it can be wrong time to time. She personally believes in Vedic astrology, more specifically KP method of astrology.
KP System or Krishnamurti Paddhati is considered to be one of the most precise astrological systems in India. This is an excellent system of astrological predictions, conceived and created by the great astrologer Late Prof. K.S. Krishnamurti. KP System is based on finer points of Indian and Western astrology and borrows important concepts from many branches of astrology. Regarded as the most accurate system of present time, KP System of astrology is systematic and very well defined.
Scientist will tell you not to believe in astrology. Astrologer will provide facts in support of astrology. The fact is both of them are true. Astrology is not proven ‘controlled science’ yet, but you cannot ignore it either.
The season change, tidal flow etc. are managed and controlled by celestial objects like sun or moon. Human body is also formed with substance like water, carbon etc. So in the same way that outer objects effect earth, it also effect on living objects. Various celestial phenomena effects on our life differently. It effects on individual’s mood, behavior, education, career, married life, financial status etc.
As per the best astrologer in Delhi, there is a simple linear manner of explaining astrology. Such as, you collect the birth details of a native, calculate the Natal diagram. Analyse the diagram and predict based on that. This is the most linear explanation.
But the real strength of astrology is, it works in non-linear manner at the same time. It is this nature of astrology that has set it under assault, since a non-linear capacity has been taken to infer that it doesn’t have a control system and hence it isn’t subject to scientific, logical scrutiny or approval.
In school, we were instructed that light carries on as though it were molecule or a wave. Truth be told everything acts as though it were molecule or wave.
Particles connect in a straight manner. Two particles crashing, for instance, have unsurprising coming about directions. There are logical laws that decide the conduct of both individual particles, and complex structures of particles. This method of these practices formed a particular mechanism. At the point when researchers are not furnished with such a mechanism, the process or it’s understanding, is questioned.
Astrology doesn’t work with perfect mechanism. It works with relationships, patterns, tendencies, and interpretations. It doesn’t always offer a yes or no answer. You can say the same about quantum computing which is a cutting edge technology. Not having 100% clear set of rules does not make anything fake.
In a nutshell, there will be long debate on astrology and its truthfulness. We will not achieve anything from such debate. As per my understanding, astrology does not always provide accurate prediction as it is a complex probabilistic calculation. But it certainly provides the best choices or chances according to our chart. And I can say it’s fair enough to have suggestion in the ‘Exam of Life’.