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Each planet has a gemstone.  It is said that wearing the gemstone will bring the grace of the respective planet.

There is a lot of research coming out of this experience.  Gemstones are definitely going to solve the problem.  But one of the conditions is that the gemstone should be placed only after the guidance of a well-experienced astrologer, that is, on his (the astrologer's) advice.  The reason is that even gemstones can have side effects.  There is a lot of evidence for that.  Let me give you an example. You may have heard of the Kohinoor diamond.

This is the unluckiest diamond in the world.  Kollur is a town in Guntur district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.  It was fought and captured by various Hindu, Mughal, Persian, Afghan, Sikh and British rulers at different periods of history, and they captured and destroyed it again during the war.  It was finally captured by the East India Company and became part of the British royal family in 1877, when Queen Victoria was proclaimed Empress of India.  From that day onwards the vast empire of Britain spread all over the world and today is seen only as a small island.  He was imprisoned and killed by his own son Aurangzeb while adorning Shajahan's peacock seat with the Mughals.  And the beginning of the fall of the Mughal Empire from the time of Aurangzeb Alamgir.  It was captured by the Iranian king Nadir Shah in 1747 (from the Mughals) and within a few years he was assassinated.  His death was very bad.  The stone then fell into the hands of Ahmad Shah Abdali of Afghanistan.  Abdali Kohinoor, who defeated the Sinha Marathas at the Battle of Panipat, continued to fall after the arrival of the diamond.  There were also riots in his hometown of Afghanistan.  Someone seized power and finally in 1830, Shah Shuja, the deposed ruler of Afghanistan, escaped with the Kohinoor diamond. He then arrived in Lahore and presented it to Ranjit Singh, the Sikh Maharaja (king) of Punjab;  Instead, Maharaja Ranjit Singh defeated the Afghans and re-enthroned Shah Shuja.  However, after Ranjit Singh, the Sikh Empire began to decline under the rule of the Kohinoor.  Eventually Britain captured Punjab and took this diamond to their country.  From then on the British Empire, which ruled the world, collapsed.

The diamond is now in the British Museum.  How many more kingdoms are waiting to be overthrown?


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