In the ancient India, the rishis or sages, who practiced the Vedic faith, pronounced the astrological principles called Jyotisa, which is popularly known as Vedic Astrology.
The principles of Jyotish has been clearly pronounced by the rishis in various ancient texts, such as the Vedas, Puranas, Nadi, Sastras, and Sutras. The Jyotisa Sastra is attributed to eighteen primary rishis, namely: Sūrya, Brahmā, Manu, Nārada, Marici, Kaśyapa, Vaśistha, Parāśara, Vyāsa, Atri, Añgirāsa, Garga, Bhrgu, Lomaśa, Chyavana, Śaunaka, Pauliśa and Yavana. These same rishis are also the authors of the scared Indian texts such as the Vedas, Puranas, and Vedanta.
If you think a Jyotisa practitioner will be able to predict the past, present and future of only an individual person, think again! A qualified Jyotisa practitioner will ably predict the past, present, and future of animals, organisations and also non-living objects. He will also be able to advise remedies and solutions to overcome bad karma and strengthen good karma. So that you will be able to know and also achieve the goal of your life.