The Science of Vedic Astrology

The abstruse and byzantine system known as ‘Jyotish’ has emanated from the obscure depths of Sanskrit linguistics. This linguistic enigma can be broken down into two mystical phonemes – ‘Jyoti’ and ‘Isha’ – which connote luminescence and divinity, respectively, and has been extant in India and the far-flung corners of the earth since time immemorial. The modern epoch recognizes this arcane system as Vedic astrology, which corroborates that the fabric of the cosmos is woven with luminosity. Consequently, this unfathomable system of ‘Jyotish’ is rightfully revered as the ‘science of light’ that discerns the hidden mysteries of the universe.

The Origins and Evolution of Jyotish, the Science of Light

The science of Vedic astrology dates back to five thousand years in history. It is believed to have originated when the Universe was formed and was passed down through orally transmitted teaching from one generation to the other. Astrology is also essential to the Vedas – the ancient manuscripts comprising India’s rich cultural and spiritual customs and traditions.

According to the Vedas, astrology was considered the ‘eyes of Vedas.’ This is because, just like the light that cannot be seen but is present all around, Jyotish governs the entire universe and illuminates the vast knowledge of Vedas. According to Vedic mythology, the mind-born sons of Brahma, the world’s creator, were the ancient sages who transmitted the teachings of astrology to their disciples.

These teaching comprised the knowledge of how the Universe’s functioning affects people’s lives. One of these sages, ‘Parashara,’ gave helpful instructions to his disciples, which now form the very core of the present Vedic astrology. Therefore, Vedic Astrology is considered the oldest form of Astrology and has not changed much over time. The accuracy and precision of this prediction is a science that cannot be compared with any other science, even today.

The Deep Connection Between Vedic Astrology and Western Astrology

Western Astrology, the Western counterpart of Vedic astrology, arose from the early Romans, who had obtained it from the Greeks, who derived it from the Egyptian civilization. It is further believed that astrology reached Egypt through the Babylonian culture, which had a powerful connection with the Vedic culture that prevailed in India. Therefore, it was found that Western astrology was almost identical to Vedic astrology or Jyotish.

The Theosophical movement greatly influenced present-day Western astrology. The Theosophists channeled their information from Tibet and India mainly. However, some disturbances entered the system that was evolving at that time, like the use of the Tropical Zodiac, which was astronomically inaccurate. The tropical zodiac had its relevance about 2000 years back but is not valid anymore. This is because it does not correspond to the actual astrological position of signs and planets. Vedic astrology is much more widespread and extensive than its Western counterpart.

The Unparalleled Accuracy and Extensiveness of Vedic Astrology

Unveiling the magic of astrology requires intense study and severe efforts with an open attitude. The critics must look deeply at the working of Vedic Astrology before criticizing it as worthless. Notably, great thinkers such as Newton, Galileo, and Ptolemy practiced astrology. Another great thing is that the ancient Vedic Sages comprehended the various astronomical phenomena, like the precession of the earth’s axis, a long time before present-day astronomy discovered them and used them for their calculations.

Ancient Wisdom for a Modern World: How Vedic Astrology Enriches Our Lives Today

Today’s Vedic astrology consists of various systems delineated by the efforts of sages and is complementary to one another, thus adding to its richness. It covers all human life and existence and provides genuinely accurate results. Not only this, it encompasses many other systems such as healing, psychology, spirituality, religion, and prediction itself. Each person born in their world comes with positive and negative karma that affects the day-to-day life of the people as well as their character, relationships, talents, finance, career, health, and spiritual personality.

Thus, one can change or improve everything in one’s life by understanding oneself. Keeping this in mind, all can live a more meaningful and joyous life as This is what Vedic Astrology helps us to do.

High-Priestess Doris