Dreshkhamsha * Drekans * Drekamsam
Dreshkona * Dreshkhana * Dreshkamsha * Drekkana
* Third Divisional Chart
|Disambiguation :|| |
the D-3 chart = dreshkhamsha = a graphic representation of the placement of each radix graha into one of the 36 Drekkana = Table of 36 decanates
|Caveat Emptor|| |
**Accuracy of divisional charts depends entirely on accuracy of birth time..**
Varga charts can be exceptionally useful.
However, if accurate birth time is not available, divisional charts are misleading, and should be ignored.
BPHS Chapter 6: Shloka 7-8.
"One third of a Rashi is called Dreshkamsha.
Sanskrit Vocabulary for DRIK
Quotations From: David Frawley. the Astrology of the Seers, p. 186:
"In this harmonic
the first 1/3 of Sagittarius is in the harmonic third of Sagittarius,
Hence, if Saturn is located in a birth chart at 15 degrees 20' Sagittarius,
Western astrology has long used the decanate but usually calculates it differently.
Field of Psychic Expectation for Matters of:
Gracious and abundant planets in drekkana indicate successful spiritual work in creatively developing one's self and others.
If one has tapped into divine identity as it manifests in small-group process, one will likely be empowered by strong and supportive siblings, close neighbors, and team-mates.
The good news is, as always: if unconsciously-continued patterns arise into consciousness,karma is transformed into wisdom and negative implications of the astrological charts may be reversed.
|Predictions that can be partially confirmed via analysis of Dreshkhamsha D-3:|| |
helpfulness of siblings to the native, fate of siblings themselves
D-3 is a key to longevity prediction, because the lord of the 22nd dreshkhamsha is associated with physical death
Lord of the 22nd dreshkhamsha is easily seen = graha ruling the 8th rashi from D-3 lagna = lord of the 8th Dreshkona
There are also predictive uses for the Sarpa dreshkhamsha and the Phasha dreshkhamsha
BPL linguistic note: the D-3 varga now commonly called 'drekkana' was probably originally called the 'dreshkhamsha', but may have changed over time, by Analogy, to match the Greek term dekka (10, decanate) .
the proper dekkana or table of decanates merged also probably by analogy into 'drekkana'. This process of gradual merging of similar sounds by analogy happens in all languages.
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