This thread is just to talk about Vedic astrology (yes, it's quite different from Western astrology).
I used to make threads here and give readings. Not giving any now just miss talking about the subject.
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Well we don't use Neptune, Uranus or Pluto, and when we talk about your "sign" we refer to the Moon sign. Also, vedic is based on the actual planetary positions, so it's about 23 degrees difference from Western.
Those are just some differences. Vedic also has many many more things in it that Western never even explored.
> transsaturnian planets
Sorry what's that?
>What are these unexplored things?
Dasha system, for one. Many more you'd have to find for yourself. Some I don't even recall by name, but just know how they work/are calculated.
Also, we have the ancient texts by sages from many moons ago.
The planets beyond Saturn, i.e. the astrological planets that you can't see with a naked eye and are more conceptual than the ones you can "see moving"
Is that like, attributing a different set of characteristics to the planetary bodies?
Dasha is about prediction timing of events in one's life. Marriage, death, kids, career, etc. I don't know how accurate it is.
The general meanings of the planets are too similar to those in Western but there are distinct differences as well.
>The transsaturnian planets are anyway a product of modern era, no?
Yup, they are Western not Eastern. That's what is boils down to. The sages did not say o use them. But we also have many invisible planets like Ketu and Rahu which greatly influence us.
>we also have many invisible planets
pics or they don't exist
We have nakshatras which is 27 star constellations every planet goes through. There are 2.5 nakshatras per zodiac sign and delve deeper than the zodiac
Moon's nakshatra is significantly interesting