Jaimini method for determining Children
When determining the number of children I am confused as to when to stop continuing onto the next sign for the 'womb'. We stop going forward if Mo produces a child and when the lord of the womb is in two even signs. But other than that, you just keep going??
The other side with this, is that it you have to get some other aspects clear first: The woman needs to be in her fertile years, healthy, and in a relationship (or a very short relationship..) to have a kid. you have to see these before children. First things first...seems you need both couples charts to be more effective like you said. Plus, when looking at the wombs of a couple, you have to rule out previous pregnancies or current affairs...Or, it is a gay relationship and the couple can only adopt.
I can see why predicting children is so difficult...
Then again, it was through this technique that I learned my mother had a miscarriage for her first pregnancy. I asked her, after some hesitancy, she said yes, that is true.
Yeah, nothing easy about it. Sometimes a woman will conceive and abort and have an unusual period and not even know she was pregnant. SO yes, you keep going around until you get to the end. Its complex, so just study the audios and written text again.
I think I got somewhat confused on when to stop as well, other than when encountering the Moon alone. So does the rule that if the planet that signifies Mk/Puk, Pik and Jupiter are in even Rasis in D5 & D1 there is no second child apply to the Lord of the Rasi as we move to the successive Rasis, the child giving planet, something else, or none of these?
That rule only applies to the initial rasi of the three putrakarakas.
A bit confused-
If there is nothing in the sign conjunction (rasi and D5), and Rasi Lord conjunction denies and D5 Lord conjunction gives- what would it be?
Also just to confirm, do we need to go to the next point in the sequence, only if the earlier sequence is empty? If it either denies or gives clearly, it will override anything that comes after it, right?