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Hi Ernst and all,

In the Yogada Table, there are the top and bottom sections. Is there a significance meaning whether you are top heavy with raja yogas or bottom heavy with raja yogas? Some charts i see many raja yogas at the top section, and other charts i see many raja yogas at the bottom half. Just curious... Thx!

 

tuyet

 

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Have this same question! Also, what's the difference between 
the dark points vs the light points in the Yogoda table? 

@ernst Please guide us.

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Have this same question! Also, what's the difference between 
the dark points vs the light points in the Yogoda table? 

@ernst Please guide us.

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Ernst Wilhelm
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There are two types of yogadas, neihter is more powerful than the other. one is based on bhava, hora and ghatika lagnas, the other on teh 1/7 axis, t hus there are top and bottom sections. Ligth numbers are tehre when there is only 1 factor, so no yoga is formed. When its bold, its 2 or 3 factors and that forms a yoga. 

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