Correct and accurate
prediction depends on accuracy of the natal horoscope provided to
the astrologer. There are three requirements for a horoscope to
be casted namely date, time and place of birth. Date and
place of birth in most of the cases is correct, but the same could
not be said about the time of birth.
This is due to various factors. One, in olden days
there were no quartz watches, only mechanical watches were available
and these watches used to loose or gain time in minutes and sometimes
in hours in a day. In villages, the use of watches was minimal.
Secondly, at the time of birth, the main concern of the
doctors and nurses is for a safe delivery of the child and noting
the correct time of birth of the child takes a back seat.
Therefore, it is always prudent for an astrologer to verify the
horoscope given to him for predictions.
The prime and the most important step for gauging
the accuracy of the horoscope is to tally the main events that have
already happened in the life of the native. If the events
tally, the horoscope is correct, if the events do not tally the
horoscope requires "Birth Time Rectification".
You only need to give us your day, month and year
of birth along with the approximate time of your birth. You could
tell us whether you were born in early morning, after noon, evening,
night, mid night etc. Along with these details you need to give
us some of your events which happened in your life in past along
with the approximate time/day/month.
The past events could be marriage, love affair,
education, job, transfer, suspension, accidents, illness or any
other specific event of importance you could think of.