History of Ramala Shastra
A primitive tale goes, upon questioning by Goddess Parvati regarding Prashna Jyotish, the Moon on the head of Lord Shiva drops four drops of Amrit or Devine Nectar. Furthermore, the four drops become a representation of four primordial compounds that are Air, Water, Fire, and Earth. Later, these four drops take the form of sixteen figures (four in each group). The fifth compound doesn’t play a role in getting an insight into the future.
Besides being a secret Hindu Jyotish, this old testament has been a part of Arabic culture earlier. Later, it appeared again with Muslims in India. Ramal Jyotish has its wings in warm countries like Iran and Arabs. It is one of the major reasons behind old Arabic and Persian text in the books of Ramal Vidya.
Furthermore, with the passing of time, the wisdom about this insightful practice developed across the population. Hence, past its extinction after Dwapar Yuga, it comes to the lands of India with learnings from Arabs and people who migrated to India from the Arabs and Iran.
– Ancient Tale of Ramal Vidya
The Hindu epic of Mahabharata, father of Pandavas, King Pandu has the wisdom of Ramal Shastra. Also, in the facts of Ancient Jyotish, this Vidya offers the privilege to the practitioner with the abilities to understand instincts, interpretation of omen and animals.
In the first century, this learning was propagated in Arabia and many priests of Yavana knew it and named it Yavnani Astrology. The known people of this scripture were also like Daniel and Lucman. Sikandars entourage Surkhab was also knowledgeable in this discipline.