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March 23, 2007
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PREDICTION
IYER H R S New Techniques of Prediction – part 1 £5/$9 PB
First published in 1963 and lately re-issued with the assistance of well-known astrologer Dr. T.S. Vasan, this is a brief compendium of Sheshadri Iyer’s astrological methods. Essential reading for astrologers. Part 1 has 160 pages.
 
IYER H R S New Techniques of Prediction – part 2 £5/$9 PB
First published in 1963 and lately re-issued with the assistance of well-known astrologer Dr. T.S. Vasan, this is a brief compendium of Sheshadri Iyer’s astrological methods. Essential reading for astrologers. Part 2 has 184 pages.
 
   
OHJA G K
Predictive Astrology of the Hindus £12/$21 PB

In contrast to some other books published recently to which this author has given his name, which are a bit limited in their scope, this is a really good thorough introduction to Indian Astrology with a glossary and two indexes. 347 pages
 
PATEL C S
Arudha System of Prediction £6/$10 PB

This is just a repetition of rules on Arudha from various classics with translation of the Sanskrit and occasional notes. 133 pages
 
RAO K N
Finer Techniques of Astrological Predictions Vol. 1 £7.50/$13 PB

A book of articles by KN Rao and others. Subjects covered include Saturn-Ketu and Mars-Saturn conjunctions, Ketu in 5th and 9th houses, Upagrahas and a major study of Mrityubhaga. 272 pages

 
RAO K N
Finer Techniques of Astrological Predictions Vol. 2 £7.50/$13 PB

A new collection of research papers discussing issues such as Rahu in the third house, Rahu in the eleventh house, Moon in the 8th house, Mars in the 8th house, dreams and omens. 231 pages

 
RAO K N
Learn Successful Predictive Techniques of Hindu Astrology £7.50/$13 PB

Here are some research papers published by KN Rao. He takes a hostile view of the efforts of American students of Vedic or Hindu astrology and presents his personal point of view throughout the book. He discusses Saturn-Venus and Venus-Saturn periods, the astrologer K. C. Saxena, and the ISKCON movement and its gurus. 180 pages
 
RAO K N
Tried Techniques of Predictions £5/$9 PB

Rao talks about Astrology as the eye of wisdom, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Dr. Jonas Salk, Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Guru Chandala Yoga and adds some of his own memoirs. 89 pages
 
RAO R G
Bhrigu Nandi Nadi £13/$23 HB £9/$16 PB

This book has portions of the Nandi Nadi and the Bhrigu Nadi combined. It was published before ‘Fortune Telling from the Planets and uses the same system as that book, which concentrates on planetary Karakas, or significators. The book contains 500 horoscopes as examples, with a wealth of predictions illustrated. 332 pages
 
SANTHANAM R
Essentials of Hindu Predictive Astrology £14/$25 HB £10/$18 PB

Essentials is perhaps a slight misnomer. Certainly these are very important matters, but this is not an introductory book, rather a miscellany of very interesting matters, such as information about Gulika, Kala Chakra Dasa, Retrogrades, Pindayu calculation, Earthquakes and other matters. 352 pages
 
SHARMA L C
Predictive Astrology £12/$21 PB

The subtitle is Fundamental Principles and Analysis of Horoscope. This is quite a large introductory volume from a teacher from the BVB in Delhi. It is divided into two sections as in the subtitle. There is a large chapter on Yogas in the 1st section. The 2nd section has a number of horoscopes with analysis of each house. 407 pages