Learning Some Basics
of Predictive Principles
Table given before is P.A.C.
The memory table
will be expanded now to make it a complete scheme. But
before learning them, it is necessary to understand some
technical terms of astrology which are used more
(Quadrants) – The Lagna, the fourth, seventh
and the tenth houses of the lagna are called kendras and
the lords of those houses are called lords of kendras,
wherever they may be placed in a horoscope.
(Trines) – The lagna and the fifth and the
ninth houses from the lagna are trines. The lords of the
fifth and ninth houses have been described
as trikonas which is a fallacy. The
word 'tri' in Sanskrit means 'three'. In
what is known as the ashtakvarga,
the lagna, the fifth and the ninth houses are taken. Thus
lagna lord is both a kendra lord and also the trikona
(Cadent) – The second, fifth, the eighth and
the eleventh houses are known as panapharas. Then a
special term used is Upachaya house which are the third, sixth,
tenth and eleventh houses and their lords.
(Succudent) – The third, sixth, ninth and the
twelfth houses are known as apolklima. But since the ninth house
is trikona, it is generally omitted from this
the meaning of P.A.C. the combinations of the lords of
these houses, or the aspect of one of them on a house or
a planet or the mutual aspects of the lords of these
houses reveal the secrets of
horoscope. It is an area of ever-expanding
research, very simple apparently, but very
In the example
horoscope, kendras are Kanya, Dhanu, Meena and
Kanya, Makar, Vrisha.
Tula, Makar, Mesha, Karka.
Vrishchika, Kumbha, Vrisha (Omit it) and Simha.
It will be good
if a reader gets used to these terms after understanding how
these terms come into a writer’s articles in so natural a way
that the writer does not know that they may appear foreign to
and combinations of these, lords of kendras, trikonas,
panapahars, apoklimas and upachayas are used for
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