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Transit Uranus through Natal Houses
Natal house is the sign where a planet was originally placed during your time of birth. If Uranus was placed in Scorpio in your personal horoscope, then Uranus transit through that sign (Scorpio) is called Transit Uranus through Natal 1st House and remaining houses are counted…

Retrograde Neptune Effects Explained, Past Life Connection
Neptune Retrograde happens once a year for about 160 days, while it is direct with Sun. Retrograde Neptune effects can internalize your fears and anxieties by stripping away the illusions, dreams and false realities that have clouded your vision. The destruction of your fantasy world will…

Retrograde Uranus Effects Explained, Past Life Connection
Uranus Retrograde happens once a year for about six months. Retrograde Uranus effects are the changes that are INTERNAL, not external. When it stations direct, you can then make the external changes. Uranus shakes things up for us when it goes retrograde, but it starts to…

Sleep Habits of the Zodiac Moon Signs
Your zodiac moon sign, planets influencing 12th house, moon and its conjunctions, saturn in horoscope determines sleeping pattern, habits in bed, dreams etc. Although its a vast subject, a look at your moon sign gives an idea of your sleeping habits. If you have a disturbed…

Effects of RAHU conjunct with other Planets
Rahu, the north node of Moon is the cause behind underworld, mafia, smuggling, mining, jails, hospitals, mortuaries, mental asylums, occult and magick practices, bomb blasts, sudden and unexpected incidents in life. Although Rahu does not exist as a physical planet, it is one of the strongest…

Effects of KETU conjunct with other Planets
Ketu, the south node of Moon is the cause behind spiritual knowledge, practice of meditation, loss of interest in materlistic world, electricity, thunder bolts, gaits, current shocks, sudden and unexpected incidents in life. Although Ketu does not exist as a physical planet, it is one of…

Role of Astrology in Movie Making Business
An amusing story, a picture-perfect characterisation, an adroit pace, a nerve-tickling music, an ideal timeliness of the release, and an impressive ad campaign are enough ingredients for making a successful movie. But there is another unwritten rule that goes hand in hand during the whole of…