- 16th and 17th JANUARY, 2016


Club Patio South, South City-II,
Gurgaon, India.
16th and 17th January, 2016.

Many honorable officers/members of the IIPA including Mr. David Hawthorne from the USA, Dr. Shayn Smith from Colorado, USA, Mr. Jo Cohen and Mr. Remi Penniset from France, Mr. Thor, Iceland, Dr. Shankar Bhagvadpad, from Chennai, India, Mr. Amit Patnaik from the USA and Mrs. Mary Araas-Wright from the USA conveyed their good wishes for the participants and for the success of the Conference.

The Chairman, IIPA, welcomed all the participants to the 11th International Conference of SA Astrologers. The Conference started with prayers to Lord Ganesha. The Conference was planned keeping in mind the itinerary of Dr. Miller who makes a visit to India every year en route to Sikkim, where he offers free Medical Services to monastery people.

This year the planetary position has been quite difficult and many participants had to drop their involvement due to problems at their end. By the grace of God the Conference was held as planned.

Jupiterís conjunction with Rahu is a prolonged one and its impacts are likely to be felt for the next one and a half months. This creates sudden problems for anyone. On the 14th January 2016 in the evening the planets Jupiter, Sun, Mercury and the Moon were under the exact affliction of Rahu.

The role of the transits and application of astral remedies is of utmost importance and an integral part of any recommendations offered to persons seeking astrological advice. The crux of the application of astrological principles is in making predictions and timing events, such as: recovery of patients, finding a job change, timing marriage, and timing the birth of children, etc. etc. The natal and transit afflictions as well as the transits of slow moving planets in the malefic houses cause more concerns when the Moon of a person is weak and badly placed in the horoscope. The following new insights were discussed in the Conference while discussing the case studies: (not to forget is the important point of slow moving planets transiting in malefic houses)

1. Whenever the slow moving planets Jupiter, Saturn, Rahu or Ketu are in the fifth, seventh or eleventh houses, the person faces notable problems in the early years of childhood giving setbacks in studies and health. The family also faces stress.

2. When the nodes are stationary at the time of birth, the child is vulnerable to congenital defects.

3. Those born in Taurus, Gemini or Cancer ascendants find the winter season difficult as the fast moving planets pass through their sixth, seventh and eight houses.

4. The weak Moon for those born in the Gemini ascendant gives problems of frequent coughs and colds, seasonal sensitivity and makes them vulnerable to lung and autoimmune disorders.

5. A weak Venus makes the Taurus born people vulnerable to frequent acidity and intestinal disorders resulting in headaches.

6. A weak Jupiter makes the Cancer born people vulnerable to intestinal and liver disorders.

7. During the prolonged transit impact, or during the sub periods of afflicted planets of the natal chart the results of medical treatment are very slow or imperceptible.

8. When the lords of the sixth and eighth houses are conjunct or cause a mutual exact aspect, they make the native vulnerable to sudden and fatal mishaps.

9. When Rahu and Ketu are conjunct with the most effective points of the houses occupied by them, they make the native vulnerable to sudden and serious illness. This is more so when one of the them or both of them are placed in the malefic houses.

Details of the case studies have been prepared by Mr. Rajesh Lohia. Those, who are interested to go through the case studies, can access the file at:

The Conference came to a close after a vote of thanks by Mr. Ashutosh Pandey.

The following Systems'Approach astrologers actively participated in the deliberations of the Conference.

1. Mr. V K Choudhry, Founder & Chairman, IIPA.
2. Dr. Jonathan Miller, President, IIPA California Chapter, USA.
3. Mr. Krishan Rajesh Chaudhary, Gurgaon, India.
4. Mr. Ashutosh Pandey, Mumbai, India.
5. Dr. Mrs. K Batra, Gurgaon, India.
6. Mr. Rajesh Hasija, Gurgaon, India
7. Mr. Rakesh Shukla, New Delhi, India.
8. Mr.Nawal Kishore, New Delhi, India.
9. Mr. Rajesh Lohia, Indore, India.
10. Mr. Rakesh Sharma, Gurgaon, India.
11. Mr. Suman Vashishth, Delhi, India.
12. Mr. Deepak Kapoor, New Delhi, India.
13. Mr. Yamash Prakash Gupta, Delhi, India.
14. Mrs. Sushila Sharma, Delhi, India.
15. Mr. A. P. Kaushik, Gurgaon, India.
16. Mrs. Ritu Gupta, Delhi, India.
17. Mrs. Neera Chopra, Gurgaon, India.
18. Mr. Deepankar Bahadur, Delhi, India.
19. Mr. Abhay Krishnaji Nagar, Mumbai, India.
20. Mr. Davinder Kalra, New Delhi, India.
21. Mr. N.K.Sharma, Gurgaon, India.
22. Mr. Suresh Virmani, Gurgaon, India.

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