It is such a great pleasure that your favorite international stellar astrology journal JASA has stepped into its 4th year. This 3rd Anniversary issue has been dedicated in the loving memory of my late mother Ujjwala Dutta (Srimati Deblina), who passed away on this 22nd April 2014 in Kolkata.
My mother was a famous remedial astrologer in Kolkata and she turned hundreds and thousands of lives for the better with her gem remedies. I was fortunate to learn this ancient science of gem remedy directly from her.
Some people are propagating a false theory that late K.S. Krishnamurti did not believe in remedies, did not advocate remedies and he was a fatalist—who believed in total destiny. Nothing is far from truth that such misconception about this great man is being made by such people who have never ever read anything on KP astrology except the Readers. Neither they have been trained by late KSK’s disciples in Guru-Sishya Parampara nor do they have any access to the original writings of Krishnamurti ji.
In this issue of JASA, I am providing an article from Astrology & Athrista, June 1965 Issue titled “Prayer and Progeny” where late KSK is advocating prayers and religious methods to beget children for his client. The main purpose of providing this rare article of KSK is to help all or readers understand and know the authentic KP astrology that was invented by the inventor himself. A section of astrologers who love to call them as KP astrologers are doing some training programs here and there and fooling people with their wrongful disbelief about retrograde planets, non-rotation of horary charts and worst---they are saying that late KSK did not believe in remedies. It is high time that such bad propaganda about our Guruji late KSK is stopped and such fellows are exposed in the public who dare to malign our Guruji.
To read the 3rd Anniversary (Ujjwala Dutta Memorial) Issue of JASA, please click here