[rquote=6763&topic=1098&author=coconutberg][rquote=6759&topic=1098&author=Samantha]then how do you wan to start this[/rquote]
May I start by saying that i\'m new to KP astrology. I\'ve just read this nice article https://www.astrogle.com/astrology/birth-time-rectification-through-k-p-astrology.html
which makes a whole lot of sense to me (and also deals with rectifying birth time which is something i\'m trying to do for myself), but there was one term i didn\'t quite understand: the \"sub lord\". or as the author writes: \"According to the principles of K.P., a planets position, linkages and effects are determined by the Sign, Constellation and Subdivision of the Constellation (popularly called as ‘sub’) that it occupies
at a particular time\". later he changed the three factors to: sign lod, star lord, and sub lord. now, i understood that \'star lord\' means the nakshatra lord (please correct me if i\'m wrong), but i couldn\'t understand what is the \'sub lord\', or, more specifically, what is the \'sub\'/subdivision of the constellation? he\'s not referring to the nakshatra here (since this is the \'star lord\', so what does he mean? no way to contact the author of the article, so could anyone please throw light on this? [/rquote]
shwoops, I guess I made the newbie mistake of barging in too quickly with my question, since a little after asking it i saw that there\'s a little tab in the JHora software with the letters KP on it, which indeed gives the results for sub-lord for planets and cusps.
So after trying the method suggested in the article it puts my birth time a little further than the range i had expected.
since i have no idea who the author of the article is and how to contact her/him, can anyone here vouch for the authenticity of the method presented in the said article, or have at least rectified their own birth time with accordance to it?
if not, could you direct me to a clear article which explain how to rectify the birth time according to KP method?