Ramal Shastra I Ramal Astrology
A METHOD OF PREDICTION BY RAMAL DICES
Ramal Astrology (Jyotish) is a method of talking with the universe by developing intuition by perceiving some symbolic hints with the help of the subconscious mind. In Ramal Jyotish ( Ramal Astrology) these hints are in the form of images (faces) on Ramal dices.
It’s not in our hands to change the future, but we can predict to some extent, then what is beneficial to Us is, we can prepare ourselves in advance accordingly. We can reduce the frequency of events if not favorable.
Ramal Dices are manufactured in the particular ratio of different metals in specific Nakshatra & Tithi. Ramal is a language of symbols. It’s a subject of divine blessings.
To know the future there are so many methods in this world and RAMAL SHASTRA ASTROLOGY is one of them. Ramal Astrology was not so easy to understand but now it is. Whether you are a student of astrology or not but still you can learn Ramal Shastra. For a reading of Ramal Shastra, we don’t require any birth detail, with anyone’s name we can take out predictions. For the Ramal Reading Session, you will need a set of Ramal Dices in India we call them “Pase”. This set of Ramal Dices should be manufactured in a particular Nakshatra and with a particular mixture of different metals. A practitioner of Ramal Shastra is called Ramal Astrologer or Ramal Shastri. A Ramal Astrologer must be comfortable with the symbolic language of Ramal.
Ramal Jyotish Interesting Facts
- Ramal Jyotish or Ramal Astrology is a very ancient technique of knowing the future.
- It was formulated by Lord Shiv and taught to Maa Parvati.
- Ramal Astrologer doesn’t require any birth details.
- It’s a method of Horary Astrology.
- Ramal Astrologer only requires ‘Pase’ or dice (Nowadays cards are popular).
- With the help of dices or cards, Ramal Astrologer prepares Ramal Prashan Kundali (Chart) and do prediction.
- Ramal Astrology has only a few rules.
- Ramal Astrology has 16 houses.
- Ramal Astrology has 16 faces.
Due to some reasons It was popular in Arab countries but now it’s coming back in India.