# Answering YES or NO questions with Vedic Astrology

This post is an inspiration from the post: Click here. I haven’t tested the authors technique neither the one below. I had many versions of the coining the technique, but sharing the one below.

Say, you have a question to which the answer could be one of these: Success/Yes, Mixed results/Iterative, doubtful/iterative, Failure/No. then follow the steps.

Step 1: Based on the day of the question, we will have to check if the outcome is Odd or Even. Example: If the day is Sunday, then its Odd.

Sunday | Odd |

Monday | Even |

Tuesday | Odd |

Wednesday | Even |

Thursday | Odd |

Friday | Even |

Saturday | Odd |

Step 2: Capture the time of the question. say if the question was asked at 20:53. Then break the time into two Hour and Minute, and then check the below table.

So the result will be as follows: 20:53 can also be written as 08:53, hence the hour is 8 (Odd) and the minute 53 (odd).

Hour | Minute/Second | Odd/Even |

0 – 1 | 0 – 5 | Odd |

1 – 2 | 5 – 10 | Even |

2 – 3 | 10 – 15 | Odd |

3 – 4 | 15 – 20 | Even |

4 – 5 | 20 – 25 | Odd |

5 – 6 | 25 – 30 | Even |

6 – 7 | 30 – 35 | Odd |

7 – 8 | 35 – 40 | Even |

8 – 9 | 40 – 45 | Odd |

9 – 10 | 45 – 50 | Even |

10 – 11 | 50 – 55 | Odd |

11 – 12 | 55 – 60 | Even |

Step 3: The final step, based on the Day, Time we will identify the outcome of a question. For that below is table is required, and all the inferences from the above.

So as per the above example, A person asked a question on Sunday, 20:53.

Day: Sunday = Odd

Hour: 20 = 8 = Odd

Munite: 53 = Odd

Hour |
Minute |
Day – Odd |
Day – Even |

Odd | Odd | Success/Yes | Failure/No |

Odd | Even | Mixed results/Iterative | doubtful/iterative |

Even | Odd | doubtful/iterative | Mixed results/Iterative |

Even | Even | Failure/No | Success/Yes |

So since the appropriate hour and minute pair (Odd, Odd) its a 1st row. Since the day is Odd, The final result of the question is “Success/Yes”.

“**Iterative**” means, things can not be judged in this situation, we need to check for the next sequence of the event.

– An ode to K.B. Gopalakrishnan {www.sathyaprema.com}