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Citrine Gemstone – A Substitute gem for Yellow Sapphire

Citrine is a gemstone belonging to the semiprecious stones category.Citrine is a variety of Quartz and ranges in color from a pale yellow to orange brown.It is an extremely popular but inexpensive substitute to yellow sapphire gemstone

Citrine is the symbol of prosperity and popularity considered as the 13th wedding anniversary. Citrine is the secondary stone for the month November as a replacement for Topaz. According to Western Astrology it symbolizes Gemini, Virgo and Libra whereas according to the Eastern Astrology it signifies Pisces and Sagittarius. With numerical value of 6 it gives a positive result to those bearing the number.

What is Vedic Astrology?

The science of vedic Astrology is about manifestation in terms of the gunas and the tattvas (the five elements) and the subject uses a set of scientific rules of prediction based on the teaching of the great Rishis. Jyotish is a predictive science and planetary influences are seen as soul forces or karmic patterns that are destined to manifest as events or experiences in our lives. It is completely unique in its use of planetary and rasi dasas, as well as varga charts, for determining the timing of events as well as our capacity to fulfill dreams, hopes and wishes in this world.

In Vedic astrology, chart interpretation generally focuses on the four primary purposes in life, the four ayanas: dharma, artha, kama and moksha. In everyday language, this means that we should be able to determine the capacity of an individual to assign meaning and spiritual depth to life experiences (dharma), the capacity to master sustenance for self, family and community through career, position and authority (artha), the capacity to have appropriate desires in relation to our fellow humans (kama), and finally the capacity to overcome our attachments to the foregoing and to release ourselves from  the ignorance of human confusion (moksha). The emphasis will be on the timing and fructification of the promise in the natal chart. That which is destined has to be promised.

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