Cards of Truth Avasthas vs. Master Course
While watching the 'Finding Lajitaadi Avasthas' video, I noticed you calculate the Avasthas caused by Jupiter slightly differently here, in comparison to the way that the Planetary Fulfillment Strengths are determined in the Cards of Truth.
For instance, in the Cards of Truth software, my Mercury is listed as delighted because it's being aspected by (within the same card) Jupiter. Yet, in the Master course, the planetary relationship table lists Jupiter as a neutral planet to Mercury, and therefore Jupiter's aspect offers no benefit to my Mercury. Is this correct?
I'm wondering why there's a difference between the way the Lajitaadi Avasthas are judged between the cards and this course, when it comes to Jupiter.
Jupiter always delights the planet it is with.
In the Cards software, same lord planet will fall in the same card, so that is taken like a conjunction- so Jupiter will delight.
.. But in the LA course, we're not considering conjunction by same-lord, so it won't be delighted.
At least, I think that is the explanation.
we had this discussion recently and Ernst replied that in the LA Master course we are not considering same lord conjunction. See below posting....
Finding Lajjitaadi Avasthas master course: same lord conjunction?
In the latest Lajjitaadi Avasthas master course, you mention (at around minute 19) that Mars is not ashamed despite being joined Rahu because Saturn or the Sun are not there. But Saturn is in Scorpio and I thought you use same lord conjunction when it comes to determining the state of a planet. Has this changed or was that just an oversight? Or did I misunderstand the same lord conjunction rule? Thank you!
i am listening to the same video and yes that is my question too. i would think in this chart we have a shamed Mars because of Saturn in Scorpio as Mona mentioned above. You said Saturn is thirsty, starved and agitated. But dont we also have a shamed Saturn because it is with Rahu and Mars (same lord conjunction)? I am still learning all this stuff so i hope i got it correctly.
Perhaps Ernst will not consider the avasthas created by same lord conjunctions for the purposes of this course. He said that these are felt less intensely, so maybe they won't be as important. I'm curious to know what he thinks, though.
We are not going to use same lord conjunctions in this course.