Scholar predicts sea changes in politics

Scholar predicts sea changes in politics
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Chief priest at the Sangameshwara temple and Vedic scholar Telakapalli Raghurama Sarma on Saturday predicted that the forthcoming August 7 lunar eclipse will have severe impact on rivers and seas and the country’s political set up. He also predicted seven celestial wonders taking place in the sky in August.

Atmakuru: Chief priest at the Sangameshwara temple and Vedic scholar Telakapalli Raghurama Sarma on Saturday predicted that the forthcoming August 7 lunar eclipse will have severe impact on rivers and seas and the country’s political set up. He also predicted seven celestial wonders taking place in the sky in August.

Talking to The Hans India, he said that no one advocated that the temples be closed during eclipse period. To support his argument, many temples in the ancient India in deep jungles were devoid of doors. Then, who closed the temple without doors, he reasoned.

The eclipse is called ‘Ketugrasta Chandra Grahanam’ and would have severe impact on rivers and seas. Peculiar atmospheric conditions would prevail because of low-pressure area and deep depression to be formed in the Bay of Bengal.

He predicted sea changes in the political system and confusion in respect of some political outfits. Severe changes will take place in the country’s political spectrum. Political disturbances and death of crucial leaders would take place besides prevailing of severe confusion among politicians and shifting of loyalties among them would occur from August till March.

Because of Saturn changing its house, the Jupiter travels from Virgo to Libra, the planets Rahu and Ketu also change their course, Kaala Sarpa Dosha will prevail till the next Ugadi.

Under their influence, severe political changes are on the cards. He quoted the instances of Lord Krishna and Pandavas taking a holy dip at the confluence of seven rivers during Dwapara Yugam and performed pujas to various planets after paying obsequies. Dating back to Dwaparayuga, pujas as a remedy to Kalasarpa Dosham and taking holy bath in rivers are going on at Sangameshwaram prior to their commence at Srikalahasti, he added.

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