Here is a workable theory. In the near future I will research it more completely and fine tune it, and produce a report that people can purchase to get all the information handed to them in an easy manner.
Let’s break this consideration into the typical two categories: (1) inherent importance / naisārgika–prabalatā, (2) acquired importance / naimittikā-prabalatā.
Inherent Importance will involve the same factors for everyone and anyone’s chart. Acquired Importance will involve different factors in every chart.
The following (with their relative weight):
- Month-Nakshatra (0.8)
- Day-Nakshatra (0.9)
- Ascendant Nakshatra (1.0)
- 1st Lord Nakshatra (1.1)
- Moon Nakshatra (1.2)
The nakshatras of the planets affecting
- Ascendant (0.9)
- 1st lord (1.0)
- Moon (1.2)
To determine what “affects” these, separately tally the quantified aspects and conjunctions to these three points, and add a bonus to their dispositor. This tally will be in the form of a percentage
The Nakshatra of the influencing planet gains importance as “Ni = T x W” – where
- Ni = Importance of the influencing planet’s nakshatra
- T = tally of the percentage of influence
- W = weight of the influenced point’s importance.
(This is a second facet of acquired importance.)
Combine the Inherent Scores with the Acquired Scores. Now you will have a list of importance scores for every nakshatra. Convert these values to percentages of the score of the nakshatra with the highest score.
For each nakshatra, give 1 point to its nakshatra class (mobile, quick, sweet, enduring, strong, bitter), multiplied by its importance percentage.
Convert the scores for the 6 nakshatra classes to a percentage of theit max score. Then multiply each nakshatra score by the score of the class it belongs to.
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