फलानि ग्रहचारेण सूचयन्ति मनीषिण । को वक्ता तारत्म्यस्य तमेकम वेधसं विना ।। -> An astrologically educated person, in a way, can predict future events. Who else, besides God Himself, can predict the future exactly?

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In simple words, Astrology can be referred to as the in-depth study of the correlation between the astronomical positions of the planets/constellations at the precise moment of an individual's birth, which also systematically relates to their character, personality traits, relationships with others, profession and auspicious happenings of their life. This works in conjunction with the events that occur on earth. Where the planetary positions are believed to affect an individual’s destiny.
Astrology should be believed in for the fact that it is a celestial science based on certain principles rather than being pseudoscience, which is unethical.
Each planet follows a pattern of continuous movement. To understand this, the astrologer closely follows its path and sees where they pass through each sign and house; it gives them the ability to predict birth charts based on the individual's time of birth.
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It depends on the astrologer's knowledge, efforts and calculations/predictions. Despite this, for accurate astrology charts, there is a need for the correct birth date, time and location.
Astrology is only a tool of guiding you to keep going in the right direction along with the possible obstructions. However, fate will favour you when there are 50% efforts, then it may make you gain 75-80% results. However, when fate doesn't favour you, you may get a 40-50% result depending on your merit. But ultimately in both situations, you have to work hard. Astrology makes you work smartly, however, there is no other way out, to skip the indispensable aspect i.e. one’s hard work or karma.