Main   FAQ


  • How is Vedic astrology different from Western astrology?


    In Jyotish, the horoscope is not based on the location of the Sun during the moment of birth, but on the location of the Moon. This is why your astrological sign will vary depending on what kind of astrology you use. There is also a lot of attention paid to Rahu and Ketu. We refer to them as planets, but they don’t exist in the physical sense. Rahu and Ketu are located between the orbits of the Sun and the Moon and have a tremendous influence on a person’s life. Rahu influences relationships with people who are older and younger, as well as illusions, instability and feelings of being lost. Ketu says a lot about breaks and fractures (both literally and metaphorically) and is responsible for sudden success. These and about 100 other factors make Jyotish a more precise science and give astrologers a lot more room for interpretation.


  • What happens during a consultation?


    We meet at … (enter here the name of the place where you meet clients). You tell me the date, time and city of your birth, I ask additional questions and make the necessary calculations (this doesn’t take much time). After this, I tell you everything I know about your personality type, important life events and periods that are most suitable for development across different spheres in the coming year (or several years ahead). If we are discussing a compatibility horoscope or a business forecast, I will need details on all parties involved. We talk in English (with the help of a translator if you don’t speak English well).


  • What if I don’t know the date, time and city of birth for the person I love or am doing business with?  


    My extensive experience enables me to determine a person’s astrological sign using other information. Learn as much as you can about the person you want to know more: their appearance, mannerisms, actions and important events in their biography.


  • I’m afraid of learning something bad about my future. What should I do?


    I am an astrologer – I can’t predict the future. I can talk about a person’s potential, motives and best periods in life, but I do not make predictions. Moreover, once a person finds out about a future disaster, it becomes unavoidable. This is why, instead of scaring the client, I give recommendations that help concentrate on the process of living and developing. I don’t focus on specific events.


  • How can you guarantee that everything will come true?


    There are no guarantees. Our future is in our own hands – it is influenced by our thoughts and actions. I especially can’t guarantee anything if you choose not to follow my advice.


  • What kinds of recommendations do you make?


    I share meditation techniques, psychological tricks and advice on how to communicate with people. I also recommend certain books or semi-precious and precious stones that will help strengthen specific aspects of a person’s life.


  • Why are your consultations so expensive?


    Because I am sharing invaluable knowledge. The things I tell my clients drastically change their lives for the better. When it comes to business, my consultations help people significantly increase their profits. For example, one entrepreneur was able to increase his capital from $20 million to one billion dollars just one year after his consultations with me. And the happiness that comes with meeting your better half and building a strong family can’t even be measured in monetary terms.


  • How often will we be able to meet if I want to consult you on a regular basis?  


    This depends on what kind of forecast I make and what kind of advice I give you. I tell some clients to come back a month later and recommend that others wait five years. The information I give should be enough for that period of time. By the way, I offer discounts to returning clients.


  • What if I am unhappy with our meeting?


    Then you are one of the 20% of clients who leave dissatisfied. This is normal, and I can’t and shouldn’t have to do anything to remedy this. How we handle new information is a personal choice.