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Unread 03-14-2018, 05:15 AM
8thstellium 8thstellium is offline
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Girl baby born on full moon - unlucky?

Hello,
Is it bad for a baby girl to be born in a full moon?
Please help.
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Unread 03-14-2018, 09:28 PM
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Re: Girl baby born on full moon - unlucky?

the waxing moon is ALWAYS beneficial- always always always

in vedic astrology, by tradition, it is known that the moon is the MOST important element in the entire chart, more important than the sun - there is the lagna as you know but also and of equal importance there is a chandra chart, because you always have to look from the moon as well

ESPECIALLY for women/girls- the moon even more so is important for us

also, by vedic tradition, it is known that a waxing growing moon in a good sign can undo even the worst of combinations and planetary positions

whilst having the moon waning and in a bad sign- can block even the best yogas from occuring- the moon decides always
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