Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question.
Because my Kala software is sitting thousands of miles away on my computer at home, and no one around me here has a Windows run PC, I ended up doing the quadrations for 50 years manually. Even though I did not lay all the cards out, I tabulated the 13 cards following my birth card for all the years. It was absolutely wonderful to see how at a glance they seemed to reflect the years that were either good or bad. Great way to take a walk down memory lane. Also, how at age 44 and 45, you get the -1 and 0 year spreads!! It was also great to appease Saturn physically rather than mentally.
That got me thinking that there must be a formula behind it. Now, I wish I had paid more attention to the mathematical probability formulas that were taught in college. But also, there must be a way to jump directly to year 56 or 86 without quadrating for each year. There must have been a way that people used to do it before computers were invented. Abacus was the earliest invented computers. There must be an easy method to this randomness without having to spend years earning 10 degrees in physics and mathematics to figure it out, or doing quadrations for each year of your life.
Perhaps that could be my next challenge to myself 😀
yes, i am sure there is a way to do that. would be cool to figure it out!
Is there a video that talks about how to create the week and day progressions manually? Or is there a way to do it manually? It doesn’t look like I will be able to get back home to my computer any time soon. I was lucky enough to get my hands on a deck of playing cards just before the lockdown came into effect. I thought it would be great if I was able to correlate the cards to how the day turns out.
If i remember right I tell how to do it on one of the first videos on quadrations. https://www.cardsoftruth.com/birth-card-system/the-spreads/life-spread
No, I understood the method. I was trying to figure out how to get the different Progressions and the Day Cards. I think I have worked it out - just need to do a bit more analysis.