Nadi astrology has a different method than the Parasari- based techniques in
modern jyotish today. It is based on the importance of the sub-lords of the
nakshatra in predicting the karma of an individual. For example, Jupiter may
be in the 9th house of Pisces. But the sublord of Jupiter is Venus, in
vargottama and placed in the second house. I graduated from college in my
Jupiter period. But my motivation in school was to finish the schooling
requirement and get a job or make some money.
So, I felt that Venus was more representative in manifesting my karma at that
time. During the same time period, I bought a condo which I still hold to this
day. So this fact was representative of Venus, the lord of the 4th and 11th
houses in my chart.
Overall, I would to say that a jyotish student should learn several techniques
of prediction to get a better picture one's potential in life.
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :
I would say it is more a co-incidence. Saturn would need to be the
moolatrikona ruler of a bad house(6/8/12) and very weak, or being aspected by
the same or by Rahu or Ketu or some other factor indicating death is likely of
much more importance. also Vimshottari is not universal and there are other
dasha systems that are looked at more for longevity.