Luster of Eternity ISBN 1413735746, was written on Vedic astrology by Asish Kumar Das described human benefits of astrological science. Accurate answers of 32 relevant queries and publication, where readers will find the new, PLUS FOUR (+4) THEORY and CYCLE OF TIME IN 1 MINUTE. These theories are the addition of new concepts in the World of knowledge.
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LUSTER OF ETERNITY, the valuable publication was written in the light of Vedic science.
The human being is roaming about within the three Worlds of their respective entity; viz. Body, Mind, and Soul.
All three entities require nourishment for their maturation and manifestation respectively. As human life ends with the advent of the three factors viz. a) Old-age, b) Diseases, and c) Death. In the materialistic world, the three factors have got a new name viz. a) Man, b) Machine and c) Money; thus, the three factors influence our lives in various ways. Food satisfies the hunger of our body, knowledge pacifies our mind and spirituality soothes the thirst of our soul. Vedic science is a very comprehensive subject, so without having comprehensive knowledge, none can realize it.
After the publication of the book, I personally had come across a good number of non-believers, who are authorities of different subjects working in some prominent universities. Those people, later on, took my astrological guidance.
Pluto is the smallest, coldest, and most distant planet from the Sun. It takes 248 years to orbit the Sun and has a moon, Charon. It was discovered by the American astronomer, Clyde Tombaugh in 1930. Pluto has the highest sensitivity to heat and cold due to its elliptical path of movement around the Sun.
If we would know the mass of Pluto before, 248 years, so could easily differentiate the scale of its diminution. But the record is not with us as we discovered the planet only in 1930. Therefore, it is too early for publication and to make any conclusion about the slowest moving planet.
This publication emphasizes that Pluto will appear again with its prominent mass by shaking off its so-called dwarfism by the end of the year, 2012. The complete mass of the planet, Pluto will appear again in 2021.