The first rainfall period of the year 2019 supported by planetary yogas began on 13th February. In my blog dated January 27, I had given all the probable periods of rainfall for the whole of India of which the earliest one starts on 13th February when the three planets Sun, Saturn and Mars start moving in alternating signs. The relevant part of that blog is reproduced below.
It is important to note that this transit is going to last for almost a month.
This combination in horoscopy design is given below.
This kind of transit was found to have caused floods and destruction in the past. Coming as it does in this part of the year, one can associate it with hail storms and flash floods causing unexpected damage to crops and life.
The location of rainfall is associated with the directions of the signs in which the planets are moving. It is seen that east and west are the directions indicated. To fine tune this further, we are looking at the stars in which the planets are transiting during this period.
Saturn > Purvashada = Western division that encompass Ghats, Punjab, Haryana and Mleccha countries of the West.
Sun > Dhanishta, Satabhishak, Purva Bhadrapada = North West India and North India
Mars > Aswini, Bharani = North East India.
Combining all the directional inputs, we can say that North western parts of Western Ghats, North West India, North India and North East India are influenced by this transit.
Another notable point in the current transit is that both East and West are covered in the signs of the zodiac. When these two directions appear simultaneously in the past we have seen rainfall in both eastern and western sections of South India.
Now looking at another combination of rainfall yogas, the following was written on the same blog on 27th January. During the same period of the above yoga, Mercury enters combustion and also begins retrogression – both associated with trigger to rainfall.
The above mentioned two combinations happening in the same period of Feb – March 2019, is likely to see good rainfall, but accompanied with destruction and cyclonic effect (thunder storms). We have started seeing weather portals reporting of rainfall in the regions indicated by astro-meteorology and expecting more to come in the coming days particularly on 16th Feb.
Meanwhile I have another interesting information to tell.
Cyclone Titli’s past-into-future impact
The concept of rainfall is that, it must have a link with the date 6 and a half months prior to that. With rainfall expected by weather experts in Maasi now (Feb – March), the corresponding month in the past happens to be Purattasi.
Interestingly two cyclones Titli and Luban were formed in Purattasi last on both sides of South India. We can find a correlation between the dates then and now, implying that the regions that experienced cloud movement but no rainfall then are likely to experience rainfall now.
Genesis = Oct 6. > Waning Dwadasi
Intensification = Oct 9 > Amavasya
Landfall = Oct 11 (Andhra) > Waxing Tritiya
The corresponding dates now are
(Purattasi) Oct 6. > Waning Dwadasi = (Maasi – Waxing Dwadasi) Feb 16th – 17th 2019
(Purattasi) Oct 9 > Amavasya = (Maasi – Pournami) After midnight on Feb 18th and 19th
(Purattasi) Oct 11 > Waxing Tritiya = (Maasi -Waning Tritiya) Feb 21st – 22nd
Cyclone Luban also formed on the same date but drifted off India on the Arabian Sea. Only Titli could have left an impact on the Indian land mass.
Weather experts have predicted rains in south of Tamilnadu bordering the Western Ghats. If some rainfall activity is seen between 16th to 21st / 22nd February in the regions covered by the clouds of Titli, then it is definite proof of how Garbottam works.
Snippets from weather experts:
Following is the forecast of IMD on 13th February
Following is from Skymet weather dated 15th Feb
Following is the rainfall alert for East India by Skymet Weather
And this one is from IMD Bulletin on 15th Feb at 16:30 hours Skymet Weather
Our data shows that 16th Feb would be a momentous day while the next day of heavy rainfall begins on 5th March when Mercury starts retrogression. The entire period between 13th Feb and 14th March would see rainfall activity in the directions mentioned above with some places experiencing flash floods and destruction.