Astro help for favourable re­sults in court cases

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Last Sun­day, I penned for those who get bowled out at 99. From the re­sponse, it ap­peared as if many face sim­i­lar prob­lems. To­day, I’d like to touch upon an­other men­ace in a per­son’s life court cases. The most in­ter­est­ing house in a horoscope is pre­sum­ably the sixth house that has the dual dis­tinc­tion of be­ing a good as well as a bad house. Apart from be­ing an up­achaya (growth) house, it is a house of debts, courts, and dis­eases, too. When ac­ti­vated, this house be­stows a na­tive with im­mense growth, wealth, but if neg­a­tively ac­ti­vated, it can trig­ger, one’s great­est fears, un­end­ing court cases, and lead to end­less trou­bles. The sixth house of a horoscope, the place­ment of its lord, and the plan­ets associated with this house give a fair in­di­ca­tion of the num­ber of bad times one has to face due of these court cases. The beauty of the horoscope lies in the fact that it not only speaks about the cir­cum­stances that could trig­ger the court case(s) but also gives a rea­son­able idea as to how and when a per­son could come out of this irk­some prob­lem. I have seen peo­ple be­liev­ing in per­form­ing sev­eral rit­u­als be­fore at­tend­ing courts, but what they do not know is that their horoscope has the key to all an­swers. The strength of the op­po­nent, the abil­ity and the in­ten­tions of lawyers of ei­ther side and the even­tual fate of the case, all of these are in­ter­wo­ven in the horoscope of a per­son. This horoscope also gives an idea of how to use these plan­ets to get favourable re­sults in court cases. My blog http://vinay­ba­jrangi.com/blog/court­case-so­lu­tions/in­tri­cately ex­plains how these plan­ets are ma­nip­u­lated for de­sired re­sults. Many un­der sheer ig­no­rance or oth­er­wise, la­bel many peo­ple as man­g­lik (un­der Mar­tian in­flu­ence). I will try to bust this myth in my ar­ti­cle, next Sun­day. Con­nect at www.vinay­ba­jrangi.com or call: 9278665588; 9278555588 Dis­claimer: The ve­rac­ity of any claims made in the above ar­ti­cle is the sole re­spon­si­bil­ity of the con­cerned en­tity.

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