Saturday 18 February 2017

What your parents and teachers never mentioned about education "Astrology and Education".

What your parents and teachers never mentioned about education.

                  Astrology and Education

Parents are always eager when it comes to their children’s education. Did you know that educational level is fully impacted by planets?

Today I'm am focusing on sub-planet Rahu and its effects on education. The longest transit of Rahu is for 18 years and comes in every individual’s life. If this transit comes in one's childhood then it can lead to destruction making a child violent, addicted or even causing lifelong disease or trouble.

All planets are tangible but Rahu and Ketu have no physical shape (Please refer to my previous article). In most cases Rahu is considered as a malefic.

If a child is born with a Rahu transit or Rahu Nakshatra, then he or she will have a tendency to be lazy in education. If Rahu transits in any form of education, then it can end one's interest in the education system (when malefic Rahu is placed in the horoscope).

Rahu not only ends education, but also makes one become lazy, addicted, or delayed in action and create hurdles. It also gives one insomnia. A Positive Rahu offers name and fame from foreign lands, in politics etc. Rahu doesn’t rule any zodiac signs but rather it rules Nakshatras: Ashwini, Magha or Mool Nakshatra.

According to Vedic astrology, zodiac signs are divided into 27 equal parts call Nakshatras. If you want to know how Rahu affects the education of your child or how it impacts you as an individual then have your in-depth analysis today. As it's better late than never. For details feel free to contact me.

DISCLAIMER -Every reading is based on calculation and an astrologer is only a person and not a God so no responsibility lies with the astrologer.

Please include your date & time of birth including the location in your initial email to me. Fees are contingent on your requirements and will be divulged at our preliminary meeting via email.

Warm Regards 
Manchanda Karan

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