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Author: Ronnie Gale Dreyer
ISBN: 0877288895
Pages: 336 pages
Publisher: Weiser Books; First Edition edition (May 1, 1997)
Language: English
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e-Book Vedic Astrology: A Guide to the Fundamentals of Jyotish epub download

by Ronnie Gale Dreyer



Ronnie Gale Dreyer goes through the common missteps and maps out the pitfalls that plague novices, and her . I have read a number of Jyotish books including books written by Indian authors.

Ronnie Gale Dreyer goes through the common missteps and maps out the pitfalls that plague novices, and her more than 20 years of study put this complex and sometimes overwhelming subject within reach of the Western astrologer. A major bridge between the astrological heritage of India and the cultural needs of the West.

Vedic Astrology: A Guide to the Fundamentals of Jyotish. by Ronnie Gale Dreyer

Vedic Astrology: A Guide to the Fundamentals of Jyotish. by Ronnie Gale Dreyer. Since this book is merely an introduction to the basic principles of Hindu astrology, I have extracted from the scriptures practical and nonreligious concepts which can be utilized comfortably by a Western audience. Although I have omitted references to past and future lives or classifications by caste, I have included nonsecular Hindu principles for the insight they provide into Indian lifestyles.

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Vedic Astrology book. Vedic, or Jyotish astrology, has its roots in Indian and Hindu culture, making it markedly different from its Western counterparts. The author of this book explains how it can be used, and how it shouldn't be used, in this introduction. Complete instructions, easy to understand.

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Bibliography Dreyer, Ronnie, Vedic Astrology: A Guide to the Fundamentals of Jyotish, York Beach: Samuel Weiser In. Harness, Dennis, The Nakshatras: The Lunar Mansions of Vedic Astrology, Twin Lakes: Lotus Press, 1999. She is the author of Healing Signs, Vedic Astrology, Venus, Your Sun and Moon Guides to Love and Life, and a contributor to the anthologies Under One Sky and Astrology for Women.

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Ronnie Gale Dreyer is an internationally known astrological consultant, lecturer and teacher specializing in Indian astrology (also known as Jyotisa), and based in New York City. Ronnie specializes in but is not limited to the horoscopes of women and their unique issues. Sessions are recorded and conducted in person in New York City or via the telephone or Skype if you are not within the immediate area.

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Vedic, or Jyotish astrology, has its roots in Indian and Hindu culture, making it markedly different from its Western counterparts. The author of this book explains how it can be used, and how it shouldn't be used, in this introduction. Complete instructions, easy to understand. Charts. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
Feri
At first I thought this book was going to be very technical and not very informatative however, once past chapter 3 the information seemed to form itself into a whole. I think, for the beginner, the information on the Shodasavargas, Navamsa, Hora, Drekkana, and Harmonics are a bit overwhelming. It was good that they were mentioned, to let the student know that there is much more to learn but they are aspects more suited for the intermediate student. The information is plain precise, and dry. I think, that the lack of flowery phrases helps the beginner to focus in on what is being taught. In short not the most inspirational instruction manual but man is it useful!!!
Delaath
One of the better books in English describing more of the finer details of Vedic Sidereal Astrology as opposed to Tropical. Definitely recommended.
Vit
This book is fairly useless and there is far better material available out there. Even a basic youtube search will teach you more about half baked Jyotish than this book could, though I wouldn't recommend that either necessarily.
RUL
[...]
I have read a number of Jyotish books including books written by Indian authors. I would not recommend you to buy this book.
Its not good at all. Mostly just a mechanical reproduction of some principles without explaining them properly.
The main thing that bothered me was that the author has not shown the use of navamsha at all. Most astrologers in India
dont even start analysing unless they see the navamsha also.
[...] If you are a beginner read, "Light On Life by Hart Defaouw" . Its the best for beginners!
After reading "Light on Life" , read "Elements of Vedic astrology 1 & 2 by Dr.Charak". The book by Dr.Charak is one of the most comprehensive book in English (other than classical texts).
Point is that there are numerous great Pandits and scholars
who have written books on astrology and these books are a thousand times better than this one.
[...]
mr.Mine
I have studied Vedic astrology for several decades, and bought this book when it first came out as it was one of the first books published by a westerner. I had been on the Vedic astrology scene for years but never heard of her before and here she was publishing a book. It was, as another has already commented, "very disappointing." I occasionally look over it to remember "what not to do" if I ever write a book. I recall that Dr BV Ramana (yes I knew him) was very disappointed by several of the erroneous statements that the author made in the book specifically in regards to the history and transmission of jyotish. Basically this book is the result of traditional knowledge filtered through the mind of someone who doesn't know, respect or follow the tradition with predictable and disappointing results. It, like other books by westerners was written and rushed to the market to give the author some marketing credentials and boost their reputation. But after you read the book you understand that something is missing and it definitely lacks any feeling of authenticity. As another commentator mentioned better to buy a book from a real pandit in the subject.It is not that all westerners are unqualified to write on the subject there are a few, but definitely this one is not. As a rule of thumb don't buy a book by someone who has not studied the subject for at least 10 (ten) years. As KN Rao once said in a jyotish forum about 10 years ago, that it takes at least 10 years of study and practice for a student of astrology to actually begin to digest the principles and ideas of this super science and get some realization. And also remember that the really good astrologers seldom have time to write books because they heavy demand from their clients. So those with lots of time on their hands obviously do not have clients waiting to see them. Factually this book was just put together after the author had just studied the subject for 2-3 years and rushed to market for pecuniary reasons. Of course you have also be on the look out for those who pad their CV and claim to have studied for 10 years when it is more like 2 years
Ironrunner
This book is a valuable resource. IT is arranged well and is easy to look at and to read. You can find the information you need easily and construct charts with this book alone. The author begins with a well-researched explanation of both the history of astrology, and the explicit differences between western astrology and jyotish. This information is a must-read for first-timers. Because the author is American, she is able to make jyotish logical and understandable to Americans. A very good book to put to practical use.
Άνουβις
I am exceedingly happy to see a beautifully written and constructed book,by a Western author on rudiments of Vedic Astrology.The way to elucidate the concept(s) of fundamental Vedic Jyotish(Indian Astrology)is admirable.Dreyer has justly used her over two decades of experience as Vedic Jyotish soothsayer to explain to the Western readers the complex concept(s)of fundamental Vedic Jyotish.Being a North American teacher who teaches Vedic Jyotish from the beginners level,Dreyer knows exactly "What and How",to explain to the occidental reader.Highly recommended for Western readers.
(Dr.Parihar)
I thought this book was exceptionally clear and for the first time I think I really might be able to start learning the subject. It is clearly for the beginner but also enables anyone I think to learn something new. The author obviously spent many years studying the subject and has written a wonderful introduction outlining her intense studies in India. But this book is clearly written for people at any level and is written in a most enjoyable and engaging style and it is also very knowledgeable and very clear. I would recommend it highly. There are many good Vedic astrology books out there meant for the beginning student. and this is one of the best. I have studied myself for many years with some good Indian teachers.