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Title: Birth Time correction methods (vedic or k.p)
Post by: Nivedita on March 29, 2010, 05:47:45 PM
can someone throw light on birth time correction methods used in vedic astrology?
just to know nearest possible dasas and rasi, navamsa chakras, we dont need exact time.
but if you want to go into detailed look like all Divisional charts or sublords in k.p, then exact time is needed.

there\'re few methods in k.p which i still dont know.
can someone discus about methods in traditional indian astology
Title: Birth Time correction methods (vedic or k.p)
Post by: Seetaram on March 30, 2010, 09:31:36 AM
one simple method in k.p

Note the Ruling Planets at the time of judgment (the time when astrologer has taken up, or commenced, the rectification of birth chart). Ruling planets are Day lord, Moon Sign lord, Moon Star lord, Ascendant Sign lord,and the Ascendant Star lord. These five ruling planets should be among Ascendant Sign Lord, Ascendant Star Lord and Ascendant Sub lord in the birth chart of the native. If the Ruling Planets at the time of judgment are not matching with the Ascendant Sign Lord, Ascendant Star Lord, and Ascendant Sub lord in native\'s birth chart, it means the birth time provided to the astrologer is not correct.
Title: Birth Time correction methods (vedic or k.p)
Post by: JayTee on April 04, 2010, 04:09:44 PM
we take into account only the Ruling Planet Moon’s position for seeking linkages with the unrectified Ascendant/lagna.
According to the rule of rectification, if we find a linkage with the RP Moon sign-star-sub with the unrectified Ascendant sign-star-sub AT ALL THE THREE LEVELS then we are sure that the given birth time is correct. Or else we need to correct it by establishing this Three Level Linkage and find the new time.
Stated otherwise, in order to ascertain the correctness of the birth time, we need to check whether the RP Moon signlord is linked to the unrectified Ascendant signlord, RP Moon starlord linked to the unrectified Ascendant starlord and RP Moon sublord linked with the unrectified Ascendant sublord. This rule is therefore, a rule of THREE LEVEL ONE-TO-ONE LINKAGE.
Title: Birth Time correction methods (vedic or k.p)
Post by: Suniljitto on April 05, 2010, 09:54:29 AM
The birth time rectification technique is not a one-time exercise but has to be taken up in a phased manner.
This is based on the transit of the functional malefics over the natal weak planets and the middle points of the houses where mooltrikona signs of weak planets fall. Degree rising in the ascendant is treated as the middle point of each of the twelve houses.  The functional malefics are those planets, whose mooltrikona signs fall in the dusthana houses.  Besides functional malefics, Rahu and Ketu always act malefically for everyone so far as their transit over natal weak areas is concerned.
Rectification has two dimensions i.e. rectifying the rising degree in the ascendant and sometimes rectifying the ascendant itself.
First of all, identify weak planets and functional malefics in a chart.  Then see the transit position of functional malefics with reference to the ascendant over the weak positions. Note the houses where the exact conjunction or aspect is likely to be formed with the middle point of a house having mooltrikona sign of a weak planet in the near future.  Keep a watch at what degree the extreme unfavorable results are felt and note down the same for the purpose of rectification.  To test whether the degree noted by you is the middle point of the house you have to repeat this exercise at least twice with reference to the identified degree.  If each time on subsequent occasions transit effects of functional malefics create unfavorable results at the degree identified, the degree of the ascendant/lagna will have to be modified accordingly. Roughly one degree of ascendant means a difference of 4 minutes in the time of birth. Taking into account this degree of the ascendant and the tentative time, the birth chart will have to be reworked.

The technique of rectification of birth time gives excellent results and establishes astrology as a science.  This is one of the tools which becomes base and helps us in identifying significant events.


Title: Birth Time correction methods (vedic or k.p)
Post by: N Murthy on April 11, 2019, 01:02:02 PM
additional helpful rules for rectification -
4th csl must show mother's birth star
9th csl for father
3rd, 11th csl for siblings
10th csl for type of work
7th csl for spouse's birth star
5th or 11th csl for child's birth star
etc.
Title: Birth Time correction methods (vedic or k.p)
Post by: rakiisbest on January 20, 2021, 06:30:10 PM
can someone throw light on birth time correction methods used in vedic astrology?
just to know nearest possible dasas and rasi, navamsa chakras, we dont need exact time.
but if you want to go into detailed look like all Divisional charts or sublords in k.p, then exact time is needed.

there\'re few methods in k.p which i still dont know.
can someone discus about methods in traditional indian astology

I would highly recommend that you study KCIL for Birth time rectification, its accuracy is very good.
Glad to help further if required