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Sarvatobhadrachakra - two planets transitting the same star

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ChristianK
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Hi Ernst,
hi all,

in Chapter 5 in Mystics of Sarvathobadrachakra the author M. K. Agrawal gives the results for dealing with two conjunct planets transitting one star (=nakshatra).
Some of them I don't understand clearly, so I post them here, in the hope, someone gets the meaning more clearly than me (not so much in relation to SBC, but in general):

"Graha in Samagam (means here in conjunction with moon) or war (means here in conjunction with mars), whether in North or South, is victorious if in North Kranti"
I read this as: in the above mentioned cirmcumstances, the planet with the more northern longitude will be victorious, independent of the fact, of this happens in North or South Kranti.

Then "Rahu or Ketu occupying North Star will be victorious" may mean: if one of the two conjunct planets is Rahu or Ketu and this happens in North Kranti (but only then), Rahu or Ketu will be the winner.

or are there any other interpretations?

So I think, what I am confused about is, when North and South here is meant in relation to the planets longitude and when in respect to being in North or South Kranti (=Declination = being above or below the celestial equator).

thank you for clarifying.

best

christian

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Ernst Wilhelm
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North means being more northern in declination. 

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