3899Re: too many denebs!
- Feb 1, 2008Diana,
It was the interpretation of my software, relating Deneb to dog bites,
I just went along with it, and thought ,what can I loose? I shall ask
him , humorously if it is true, that he had been bitten by dog or
dogs in his childhood, and he was !
The childhood - was important because of the placement of the star,
his point of age of 6-7 was on Deneb, so if anything happened then it
happened at this age.
And he confirmed it , having a trauma until today, not letting his
kids have a dog,inspite of the thing that he KNOWS that he could be
healed if he had one.
Another interesting thing is, that the wife too had a trauma, but not
because of dogs, but of lamb ! Her father used to bring home small
ones, bread them, and then eat them... So until today she cannot
think of eating lamb ! and she too has Deneb conj.her Sun and Chiron
in the 6th house.
Any star signifying lambs ??
--- In email@example.com, "Diana K Rosenberg"
> Gaby and Mark sent
> 1c. Re: Deneb - dogs?
> Posted by: "Mark Andrew Holmes" mahtezcatpoc@... mahtezcatpoc
> Date: Thu Jan 31, 2008 5:28 am ((PST))
> --- Gaby Mittleman <gabymitt@...> wrote:
> > Hi Diana,
> > It's Deneb Alpha Cygni .- this is what my software gives ( ZET )
> > Conj.to my client's Chiron and Jupiter,in the second house in
> Deneb, Deneb Adige = Alpha Cygni.
> Dheneb (with an "h"), Deneb Okab = Zeta Aquilae.
> Adding the astronomical designations (Bayer, Flamsteed, Argelander,
> numbers) like I do helps keep them all straight, too.Deneb
> Mark A. Holmes
> Deneb (aka Dheneb) means tail, and there are several: you mentioned
> Adige, Alpha Cygni, the Swan's tail,Epsilon
> and Deneb or Dheneb Okab, Zeta Aquilae, the Eagle's tail, but
> Aquilae is also in the Eagle's tail, and I have it as Al Dhanab alOkab
> (just to distinguish it from Zeta); then there's Deneb Kaitos, BetaCeti,
> the Sea-Monster's tail (and another of his tail stars is Eta,sometimes
> called Deneb Algenubi; and Deneb Algedi, the Sea-Goat's tail, andof course
> Denebola, Beta Leonis, the Lion's tail...all very confusing!Swan's
> But Gaby - you didn't answer my question - how did you relate the
> tail to dog bites? Or did I misunderstand?
> Love, Diana
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