Thursday, January 1, 2015

Grahanila(Planetary positions) as on 1st Jan 2015

As on 1st January 2015 Sun & Mercury in Sagitarius, Venus & Mars in Capricornus, Ketu in Pisces, Moon in Aries, Jupiter in Cancer, Rahu in Virgo and Saturn in Scorpio . Planetary transits in January: 1st Mercury -> Capricornus, 4th Mars -> Aquarius, 15th Sun -> Capricornus, 22nd Venus -> Aquarius.
The planetary positions given above are at the time of Sunrise in India(Kerala) and Moon's conjunction effects on markets may be seen in countries (Asia / Europe / US) over which conjunction(0°) take places. When the angle difference between Moon and the planet is more than 5 degrees or conjunction occurs in Rasis(constellations) other than the Sun's Rasi, there may be a delay up to 24 hours in the conjuntion effect according to their positions. As Moon conjuncts with Venus and Mars on 22nd and 23rd respectively Nifty may move downwards on that days. Since Jupiter is in retrograde from 8th December 2014 to 8th April 2015 the market may be highly volatile.

Findyourfate.com says "Jupiter is also a ruler of travel. When in retrograde, our travel plans would be adversely affected. Even the best well laid plans can fall apart. Luggage get lost, there would be failures in transportations, strikes and reservations just get cancelled or get mixed up... Hence double-check your travel plans when Jupiter goes retrograde."

Can this be the reason for AirAsia flight QZ8501 missing over Java Sea on Sunday and the news headings like "London Air Traffic Glitch Closes Airspace and Disrupts Flights", "Severe European air traffic strike disrupts European flights", "Fog plays havoc with air traffic in Delhi, 173 flights delayed" etc. etc..... ?

2 comments:

ranga rajan said...

Hi Bala Sir, i visited your blog, its been long time since i last visted, good to see you press on.. convictions!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmXsHrl-uv4
Happy new year.
regards
Ranga

Nandi said...

Hi Ranga sir,
Ya, it's a long time bala heard from you sir. how are u, doing fine ? Wish you a very very happy New Year.

We are all students of the great great movement of Nifty, what ever may be the years of experience. Every day it's totally new even though we get some resemblances here and there. To presume exact movement with time, a long way to go. Thank you once again sir.