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Re: Krishnamurti KP significators table
« Reply #30 on: June 12, 2021, 08:32:01 AM »
Hi Zagata - I have the table correct for the Italy-Turkey match. See screenshot. The scoring is a bit of a mystery to me. Could you have another go at explaining it. Thanks. Ed

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Re: Krishnamurti KP significators table
« Reply #31 on: June 12, 2021, 06:46:39 PM »
Hi Ed,

The table looks nice and easy on the eyes.  :)

Of course I will give another example of how the scoring is calculated. It is the most important part after all. Earlier in this topic, I calculated sublord 1 Venus vs sublord 7 Mercury.

For this example, I will calculate sublord 5 - Jupiter. He is sublord 5 because the 5th Placidus house cusp falls at 20.59 Ari, which the Krishnamurti table shows is ruled by Jupiter (from 20.06.40 to 21.53.20 Aries). I have attached again Simon's table for how the scoring points are assigned and the nature of the houses for (sports) prediction.

The Houses

Positive houses: 1, 3, 6, 10, 11

Negative houses: 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12

1/2 positive houses: 2

I remind that Placidus houses are used for this method, not whole signs. And that there is no 5 degree rule. In other words, the 8th cusp is at 9.00 Can and Mars is at 5.59 Can. It is in the 7th house, not the 8th, even though it is in the 8th sign from the Asc and within 5 degress of the next house cusp. Even if Mars had been at 8.59 Can, conj the 8th cusp by 1 minute, Mars would still have been in the 7th house by this method.

Points are assigned according to the table by Simon.

The Columns

I myself always start from column A, then B, C, D.


Column A

We see that Jupiter is the 1st house lord. Because the House 1 is a positive one and because there are no other planets in the house, the house lord gets + 4 points.

If there had been a planet in Column B of the 1st house, then Jupiter/Column A planet would have gotten 2 points and the other planet 4 points.

Likewise for House 4, only it is negative: Jupiter is the only planet related to House 4, so it gets - 4 points.

If there had been a planet in Column C of the 4th house, then Jupiter/Column A planet would have gotten - 1 point and other planet - 3 points.

+4 - 4 = 0 pts


Column B

Jupiter is not related to any of the house related to that column.

0 pts


Column C

Jupiter is not related to any of the houses related to that column. Otherwise it would have gotten + 3 points in the positive houses: 1, 3, 6, 10, 11, and 1/2 points = 1.5 points in house 2.
It would have gotten - 3 points in the negative houses: 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12

0 pts


Column D

Jupiter is related to the 6th house of this column, that is, Jupiter is in a nakshatra ruled by the planets in the house. Jupiter at 7.54 Aqu is in Shatabhisha ruled by Rahu. Because the 6th house is a positive house, sublord 5 Jupiter gets + 4 points.

+4 pts


Summary:

0+0+0+4 = +4 points for sublord 5 Jupiter.


It is the summary part that is most important and where Planetdance will help users save a lot of time.


Is this example clear, Ed? If not, please ask and I will give another one.

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Re: Krishnamurti KP significators table
« Reply #32 on: June 12, 2021, 07:13:59 PM »
Hi Zagata - thanks for the extra information. From a coding point of view this is fiendishly difficult! To many 'ifs and buts' but I will give it a go.

Ed

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Re: Krishnamurti KP significators table
« Reply #33 on: June 12, 2021, 08:12:05 PM »
Hi Ed,

Thank you. I did not know it would that difficult from a coding point of view. I am sorry.

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Re: Krishnamurti KP significators table
« Reply #34 on: June 12, 2021, 08:47:34 PM »
Well that's what i thought after the first post too, a lot of if's and but's, not something for a quicky.
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Re: Krishnamurti KP significators table
« Reply #35 on: June 12, 2021, 08:56:31 PM »
Hi Zagata - it's not a problem, it will just take longer than I anticipated. Could you send me an email address by private message on the forum. I will send you the beta script, which does the table. It would be worth checking this out on more charts before we go too much further.

Thanks. Ed

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Re: Krishnamurti KP significators table
« Reply #36 on: June 12, 2021, 11:27:01 PM »
Sure Ed, thank you. I will send it to you right now.