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Unread 02-04-2013, 03:15 AM
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Re: Firdaria

I am not aware of such connections however they certainly COULD be used; same with the Vedic dasha and bukti periods/sub-periods, which are so close to the Fridaria concept (although the calculating methodology is quite different)-any of these ancient methods COULD be applied to the more "modern" field of relocation charts, much as I have applied many of the oldtime techniques in my own eclectic approach (which includes much taken from Modernist astrology, and Vedic astrology, in addition to Traditionalist and Hellenistic astrology)

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I looked a senator mccain's chart as test. Unfortunately, his chart his barely a day chart and could be contestable. His sun is less than a degree above his descendant. Assuming he is a day chart, he just entered his sun period when taken captive in hanoi. He was held there for approximately 5.5 years. If you use his relocated chart for hanoi, his sun is in the 12th house of imprisonment. That seems promising to me.
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Interesting. But if the nodes are used at all, then why are they not used in subperiods as well?
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I am one of the people who approve the firdaria method. I found it valid and true, I have applied on my life and noticed that period mention in fidaria describes well what I was going through .
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Thanks V
Do you use the nodes in the subperiods?
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Do you use the nodes in the subperiods?
I wish you would cooperate more,because I am not familiar that much with the methods. Of course I have read my lifetime period but I haven't delved in Firdaria.
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Re: Firdaria

Hello, I just finished working on alternative free Firdaria calculator:
horoscopes.astro-seek.com/firdaria-astrology-calculator

It calculates both period sequences - for day birth and for night birth (both variants with lunar nodes) ... and there is a simple switch to compare each subperiod date with transit chart or solar return.

so feel free to use it

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