Nothing is ridiculous about astrology — only our perception about it is ridiculous

The reason why to treat the Lunar Nodes as planets or to treat some of the planets as maleficent and some of the planets as beneficent is not at all absurd

The reasons why we, sometimes, get 100% correct results and, sometimes, 100% absurd results through astrology

The manner, in which, we may replace a graphic Natal Chart with a String of Variables

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A mechanical engineer,born in year 1939, lives in Lucknow, India. Has authored five books. Website https://sawhneysite.wordpress.com; Facebook sawhney.lko

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Subhash Chandra Sawhney

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A mechanical engineer,born in year 1939, lives in Lucknow, India. Has authored five books. Website https://sawhneysite.wordpress.com; Facebook sawhney.lko

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