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manu
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Hi All,

In trigger transits tool, Kala provides the purple highlight across divisional charts for specific rows of transits. Is there a way to understand what is the basis of the highlights since some transits/divisionals intersections have highlights and some do not.

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Manu

 

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Ernst Wilhelm
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The highlights mean that the transit is a transit for the varga chosen on the right of the screen. 

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Thanks Ernst. Is there any reference to know which transits are transits for the varga and which are not. Is this mentioned somewhere in Kala or any course videos. That will help in understanding.

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@manu I believe it's the "Trigger transits" course that explains how to use this feature. It's great for rectification.

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Thank you so much Mona.

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Hi Ernst,

Is there a difference between the Trigger Transits tool and the explanation as given in Trigger Transits course?

The former seems to be based on exact transit times while the latter seems to be related to transits over the navamsa space of confluence. When we use navamsa technique, the transits can potentially overlap for a point of time depending on speed of grahas, while with exact transits each row in the table stands alone since it is based on point in time.

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Manu

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The trigger transit tool does exact transits. I use it plus or minus one day which takes care of most navamsas. it wont take care of the entire navamsas of slow moving planets, but its okay becuase there are always fast moving planets doing a lot of what is needed. 

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