HISTORY OF NADI ASTROLOGY
Nadi Astrology is an ancient art of astrology that was practiced by the sages of india thousands of years ago. Saptharishis who wrote the palm leaves using their yogic power. They were also known Sages from India. They had the ability to examine the past and the future of the universe as well as recorded the humans who or were about to live. The discussions they had were written on palm leaves using the antiquated Tamil script. It can be deciphered by experts Nadi Astrologers.
These predictions written on leaves are taken from the time the person becomes aware of the benefits provided by Nadi Astrology. Therefore, the predictions are written in advance and taken up by Nadi readers. There must be million Nadi leaves for every person on earth. However, the leaves stipulate that only when a person is able to fulfill his karma, he will receive the leaves. Although these leaves are not just meant for Indian citizens, they are also for foreigners as well as other nationals who belong to different religious and spiritual beliefs. It is all about destiny to make the leaf recognized and the predictions made known to the person who is concerned.
The genesis of Nadi Astrology (palm leaf reading) can be traced to around thousand years back. It is believed that Indian Rishis or Sages were able to write the pattern of life of each individual’s existence in palm leaves through their Yogic intuitive powers. The unique leaves were originally stored in the temple library. Then, when they became fascinated by the knowledge of Naadi astrology, they obtained those leaves in the library. This is a tradition and is used by the generations below.
The most important Nadi astrology centre is located in Vaitheeswaran koil close to Chidambaram within Tamil Nadu, a state located in South India. There, Lord Shiva is believed to have played the form in the form of a “Vaidhya”, or Doctor’, who suffered the sufferings of his followers. It appears that the palm leaves were initially written on animal skins as well as some leaves, as well as later texts were written on palm leaves. These texts were preserved through applying peacock’s oil blood.