Indian astrology came to light explicitly around 1200 BC, when the monk Lagadha compiled the Vedānga-Jyotiṣa on the basis of the Vedas, which describe the lunar and solar months, with their adjustment using Adhimāsa (lunar leap month). The practice is mainly based on the sidereal zodiac, which differs from the tropical zodiac used in Western (Hellenistic) astrology in that an ayanāśa adjustment is made for the gradual precession of the spring equinox. Classically known in Indian and Western astrology as the head and tail of the dragon, these planets are represented as a demon with the body of a snake decapitated by Vishnu's Sudarshan chakra after trying to swallow the sun. Yildiz offers astrology readings and astrological advice and teaches Vedic Astrology in classes or by correspondence.
This system has now moved more than 23 degrees away from the Vedic system and is continuing to move, so it is possible that some or many aspects of your chart will change between the two systems of astrology, possibly giving very different readings. The scientific community has rejected astrology because it lacks explanatory power to describe the universe. Sohini Sastri, the best astrologer in India, known for her accurate prediction and effective guidance with a vast knowledge of astrology and the occult sciences. The Vedic astrological chart is set up using a sidereal chart, which gives the exact position of the planets at birth.
Astrology has been viewed with derision or with such faith throughout history that it has shaped history. The main system used by astrologers is the Viśottarī Daśā, which in the Kali Yuga is considered to be universally applicable to all horoscopes. They were great astronomers and, although their beliefs contradicted many astrological concepts, they followed other concepts and progressed in them. In general, Vedic astrologers do not use the outer planets of Uranus, Neptune, or Pluto or any other meteorite.
Only after the transmission of Hellenistic astrology was the order of the planets in India fixed in the seven-day order of the week. Although the two systems are synchronously identical, Jyotiṣa mainly uses the sidereal zodiac (in which the stars are considered the fixed background on which the motion of the planets is measured), while most Western astrology uses the tropical zodiac (the movement of the planets is measured based on the position of the Sun at the spring equinox). Either they believed in astrology and tried to keep it hidden from public view, or they were shrewd enough to use it to manipulate people. The Family Constellation Practitioner is a Vedic Astrologer, Professional Counselor, and Educator who lives and works in Brisbane, Australia.