Astro Mamta Maheshwari (Call charges included)

Expertise in : Astrology

Language : English, Hindi

Preferred Days are : All

Timing (IST) : 10.00 am to 10 pm

Placed in : Delhi, India

i m mamta from delhi..... i m sure i will solve ur problem

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The first astrological book published in Europe was the Liber Planetis et Mundi Climatibus ("Book of the Planets and Regions of the World"), which appeared between 1010 and 1027 AD, and may have been authored by Gerbert of Aurillac.[53] Ptolemy's second century AD Tetrabiblos was translated into Latin by Plato of Tivoli in 1138.[53] The Dominican theologian Thomas Aquinas followed Aristotle in proposing that the stars ruled the imperfect 'sublunary' body, while attempting to reconcile astrology with Christianity by stating that God ruled the soul.[54] The thirteenth century mathematician Campanus of Novara is said to have devised a system of astrological houses that divides the prime vertical into 'houses' of equal 30° arcs,[55] though the system was used earlier in the East.[56] The thirteenth century astronomer Guido Bonatti wrote a textbook, the Liber Astronomicus, a copy of which King Henry VII of England owned at the end of the fifteenth century.[55]nnIn Paradiso, the final part of the Divine Comedy, the Italian poet Dante Alighieri referred "in countless details"[57] to the astrological planets, though he adapted traditional astrology to suit his Christian viewpoint,[57] for example using astrological thinking in his prophecies of the reform of Christendom.[58]Main article: Astrology in medieval IslamnImage of a Latin astrological textnLatin translation of Abū Maʿshar's De Magnis Coniunctionibus ('Of the great conjunctions'), Venice, 1515nAstrology was taken up by Islamic scholars[50] following the collapse of Alexandria to the Arabs in the 7th century, and the founding of the Abbasid empire in the 8th. The second Abbasid caliph, Al Mansur (754–775) founded the city of Baghdad to act as a centre of learning, and included in its design a library-translation centre known as Bayt al-Hikma 'House of Wisdom', which continued to receive development from his heirs and was to provide a major impetus for Arabic-Persian translations of Hellenistic astrological texts. The early translators included Mashallah, who helped to elect the time for the foundation of Baghdad,[51] and Sahl ibn Bishr, (a.k.a. Zael), whose texts were directly influential upon later European astrologers such as Guido Bonatti in the 13th century, and William Lilly in the 17th century.[52] Knowledge of Arabic texts started to become imported into Europe during the Latin translations of the 12th century.

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sumit bansalAug 30, 2017

very helpful

Thanks a lot mamta ji your help will be appreciated Really you solved my business related problem within a few days and this is really a miracle in my life because I almost gave up all hopes and just met you for any better option and your overall suggestions helped me to get back my success and fame in business. Thank you both

Nitesh gargMar 09, 2017

Best wishes

Very good astrologer

MADHAV RATHIMar 08, 2017

good astrologer

very good astrologer. good command on horoscope analysis

Tushar bhatiaFeb 18, 2017

Good knowledge

Respected madam , I am happy that your prediction come true, thanks again

Rajni hoodaFeb 18, 2017

Excellent Astrologer

I feel surprised, when I call you , you tell my life events without asking , you are good astrologer