Lal-Kitab (Red Book) is said to be originally from Persia and was first published in the Urdu language and rightly termed as" The Wonder Book" of Astrology. It is essentially a palmistry and the science of palmistry too has been explained in such an exquisite manner that each of the 42 divisions of the human brain and man's birth chart are reflected accurately on the palm. It may sound strange. But it is true that if the brain is divided into 42 divisions, the palm has been divided into 12 parts as the natural Zodiac is divided into 12 signs like Aries, Taurus etc. The measures suggested in Lal-Kitab are electrically effective in solving all kinds of human troubles without inflicting harm on anybody. Some types of shapes have been allotted to planets. These shapes wherever they exist on palm, are supposed to be occupying particular houses of the birth chart. These signs represent the planets they are allotted to. Thus we have the twelve houses and the nine planets posted in the chart having twelve houses. The astrological chart is ready on the basis of the palm.
What the Measures Says? They are often different from the birth charts prepared on astrological principles. The authenticity of astrological charts is to be corrected by the chart prepared from palm imprints. Whatever be the system or method of preparation the chart has ascendant or the lagan and the other twelve houses numbered serially. Though they are the 12 sings of the Zodiac, the signs have no significance in the chart. In the palm we talk of lower Mars and upper Mars. In Lal-Kitab's astrology we have two Mars, one a malefic or bad Mars and the other a benefic or a kind of good Mars. This is one peculiarity of Lal-Kitab's astrology. Both the Mars have their own properties. We have a concept of blind or sleeping planets and houses in Lal-Kitab. The planets are supposed to have an aspect of some houses and affect the results of those houses. There is also a concept of the artificial planets either. A group of two planets together form one particular artificial planet or a substitute of that planet. Suppose, the Sun is afflicted by Saturn the effects of Sun shall be affected.
Affects the Effects This will not affect the effects of any other planet like Mars, Mercury or Rahu etc. According to Lal-Kitab the affliction of Sun shall be passed on to Ketu. In other words the affliction would affect the results of Ketu. The affliction of Saturn would be spoilt. The wife of the native may die or suffer from miseries and troubles. It may be brought on record that such effects have actually been noticed although Saturn does not represent wife nor he is the significator of wife. Such results do need a deep research and the results are likely to enrich our astrology.
After analyzing the horoscope in accordance with Lal-Kitab, of an individual, We suggest unique remedial measures , to solve chronic and critical human problems in day to day life. These remedies are completely self defensive against the evils created by the planets without causing injury in anyway to anyone concerned. Lal-Kitab remedies are cheap and within the reach of the common man and are infallible.
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