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bspbcp bspbcp from bbsr wrote on 16/02/2023 at 9:17 am
Learned with divine eye sir , Is there any relationship with the sum total Degrees of planets in a sign/house vis- a -vis BCP ?This struck to mind after reading articles (1)Planetary Degrees Prediction(PRSG) & (2)New research in Timing marriage(JT).
bspbcp bspbcp from bbsr wrote on 16/02/2023 at 9:01 am
Respected Mr. Sunil John sir & Team, Namaste. Highly obliged to your publications of books and SA e magazine restoration as a gesture of GOODWILL. Really you have ventured a commendable path after CSP sir. Jitendra Trivedi' s article on new research in timing marriage is really a nice post Kindly post some articles on new BSP(other than those given in the Book) & BCP .
SimplifyAstrology SimplifyAstrology from Mumbai wrote on 26/01/2023 at 5:04 am
Dear Mr. Sunil John & Team,
Immense gratitude and best wishes for this new initiative! The service to Jyotisha by you & team has been simply amazing, no words to express, except a Big Thank You and tons of indebtedness!
As a student and practitioner of astrology for over 2 decades, still so much to discover, unlearn and learn and this journey is made more meaningful through some amazing books published by Saptarishis, written by some very special masters and quality articles!
Invoking blessings of Goddess Saraswati for you & your amazing team- Please keep doing the wonderful things you do! God Bless!

Warm regards
Parimal Aluri
Shanmukha Shanmukha from Hyderabad wrote on 28/01/2010 at 4:42 am
Namaste SA,

I would like to say you have successfully launched "The mission Impossible". B'coz removing rare manuscripts from the households of traditional families is not an easy task. Astrological fraternity will be indeed indebted to the pioneering work of SA family.

The articles are very rich in content and research. Though I don't agree with idea of bringing it thrice or twice a year, but admit that it takes more than an half-yaer to underatand all the articles.

As a ardent follwer of Jaimini System, I like the articles from Madhura Krishna Murthi Sastri, which expose the rare principles from ancient works on the system. Hope GOD bless him long life with happiness.

Article on Blindness is interesting and shows the amount of research the author put in Jaimini System, at times departing from clasical view.
Rajan V.K. Pillai Rajan V.K. Pillai from Trivandrum wrote on 27/01/2010 at 10:26 pm
Great site, loads of informative articles!
Luciana Marinangeli Luciana Marinangeli from Delhi wrote on 27/01/2010 at 5:19 pm
Dear Sir,

sorry, I am not able to fill your form in Guest Book Sign, I do not know the meaning of many requested abbreviations. But since I have appreciated very much your magazine I wish to offer nonetheless my warmest thanks to you and to many of your authors.

In a time like this one in which the space for spiritual knowledge and reflexion on our mysterious world is lessening, such an editorial enterprise is a breath of fresh air and of hope in a possible renovation of the present anachronistic materialistic and superficial point of view .

When travelling in India in the Seventy and Eighty I was very much interested in Nadi Astrology, so I appreciated particularly the articles of Ashutos Kumar, the Sukar Nadi and the Brighu Nadi Jyotisham. Also, since have always cheked as very useful a work by late Doctor B.V.Raman on astrological yogas: Three hundred important combinations, I was very happy while reading his daughter's Mrs Gayatri Devi Vasudev article on Obama's Raja Yoga and U.S.Affairs. The complete works of B.V.Raman circulated in the Jungian Psychoanalytical circle in Italy since its founder, the psychoterapeut Ernst Bernhard, who had brought Jung to Italian Culture, was very deep both in astrology and in Eastern thoughtI and used to calculate the horoscope to each new patient, as Jung himself did.

I appreciated also the Balubhai and Vaghela article on the Illusive Effects of Nodes , a honorable effort to approach this most elusive and deeply interesting subject.

Of course as a Westener I am happy for the participation particularly of T.S.Stokes on M.P.Disorders and of my countryman Ciro Discepolo. In Italy he is a well known and very respected professional, a most dedicated and courageous scholar, a true pioneer. With his staff in past years he took part in the important statistical researches of the Gauquelin couple and of André Barbault, France, the Raman of Europe. Mrs. Maria Grazia Pelaia too who first gave notice to me about your magazine is a pioneer researcher with original thesis on the cult of Great Mother and on macro and micro cosmos.

So my warmest compliments and best wishes!

Last thing, would you mind to choose larger typographical characters ?For me it is quite difficult to read the present characters .And perhaps you could be always interesting with a minor number of articles, perhaps more condensed in numbers on one subject only . Your cultural offer and your fervor are so interesting that I think you would be followed and appreciated however the bulk of the magazine.

With blessins, wishing you and your dearest ones all the best ,

Luciana Marinangeli.
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
This message was posted here for Luciana by Saptarishis Astrology. Luciana is a popular and senior writer of astrology from Italy and known as one of the most hard working researchers.

" Prof. Luciana Marinangeli studied pycholinguistics with M.L.Sèchehaye in Geneva and Jungian psychology with Mario Moreno in Rome.She works as author for RAI, the Italian National Broadcasting Company , and has written many books translated in seven countries including Japan. Among the titles, "Humpty Dumpty salta. Storia iniziatica (Humpty Dumpty jumps. An initiation story), Lo Faro, 1983; "Astrologia indiana" (Indian Astrology), Edizioni Mediterranee,1983; "Vivere sereni"( A serene life), Rizzoli, 1885; " Astrologia tibetana" (Tibetan astrology), Edizioni Mediterranee, 1987;"Introduzione all'astrologia indiana" ( An introduction to Indian astrology), Rizzoli1993; "Parlare con Pinocchio" (Talking with Pinocchio",Bompiani 1996; " Contro la sofferenza" (Against suffering), Rizzoli 1998; "Papà allo specchio" (Daddy in the mirror-glass"), Bompiani 1999; "Risonanze celesti. L'aiuto dell'astrologia nella cura della psiche"(Heavenly resonances. Astrology as an help for psychic care), Marsilio 2007. The below came from Luciana's heart

An ecologist since very young, Luciana has very much appreciated the recommandation of the Administrator of not printing e-mails unless really necessary in order to save trees .

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Shunny Nigam Shunny Nigam from Agra wrote on 27/01/2010 at 2:26 pm
I really enjoyed few of last issues specially on Lal Kitab by Sh Rabinderji. Only problem is with article in regional language which I can not read.
Please keep it up
manju gupta manju gupta from delhi wrote on 26/01/2010 at 2:18 am
First let me thank the adminstration incharge of this magazine..I was really impressed by the response from !Truly professional approach which made me a reader of This site.
The magazine is very informative ,articles written by knowledgeable people which the like to share rather than keeping as secret with them...
I did Astrology Acharya cource not to become as pandit just for my inquistive nature and to find few answers to my non ending surprises..I feel site like this and articles [specially I read Vol.7 ...which is full of great articles...

like to thank all the people of this magazine to share their knowledge...
Adam Gainsburg Adam Gainsburg from washington wrote on 26/01/2010 at 2:17 am
Many, many thanks to Admin and the staff of Saptarishis for your hard work and focus on a great magazine. The astrological world is greatly benefitted by your vision to cross previous borders of culture and technique.
shrikant kajaria shrikant kajaria from vishakapattanam wrote on 25/01/2010 at 2:21 am
nice magazine but if it could be in printable version i could store a hard copy also
i submit my highest regards to the writers