5208Re: Washington ice storm and sidereal Capricorn, tropical Aquarius
- Jan 5, 2010I've got it, thanks.
Mark A. Holmes
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Lynda Walker" <lawalker@...> wrote:
> Hi Mark
> I'll have a go at answering this question. It's ages since I heard about it, & don't usually use it, but I think it is a chart calulated for the place where you are on the earth's surface, rather than a geocentric chart which is at the centre of the earth. I'm not home to look up manual calculation if that is what you are asking, but I can guide you through your charting software, which I guess is Solar Fire.
> Cast the chart normally, & then go to the relocation module. (I only have Solar Fire Gold, but see it was introduced in version 4, so it should be similar.) Choose the "Geodetic (Long.)" option to get the same figure as in Diana's email. In Janus I chose "RA East of Greenwich" so I'm not 100% sure on this, but the answers are the same to the second in this case.
> Hope this helps,
> Kind Regards
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: mahtezcatpoc
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> Subject: [thefixedstars] Re: Washington ice storm and sidereal Capricorn, tropical Aquarius
> How do you find geodetic Vertexes and Antivertexes, Ascendants and Descendants and so forth, for a given location?
> Mark A. Holmes
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Diana K Rosenberg" <fixed.stars@> wrote:
> > The following is an exchange from the Conjunction List:
> > Washington ice storm
> > Posted by: "Diana K Rosenberg" fixed.stars@ dkr663
> > Date: Fri Jan 1, 2010 3:37 pm ((PST))
> > Barbara Finch sent: Re: Happy New Year
> > Posted by: "Barbara" xiexiebarb@ xiexiebarb
> > Date: Thu Dec 31, 2009 7:32 am ((PST))
> > We had an ice storm overnight. Not too bad, thankfully, but we've gotten
> > pushed into winter early here in the Wash DC area, what with 22-24" of snow
> > and now ice. Wish I could send some of the cold weather to you all who are
> > sweltering down in Australia and
> > NZ!=========================================================================
> > ===
> > Hi Barbara and All,
> > I couldn't resist running the 12/31 Full Moon chart to see if Capricornus,
> > the Sea-Goat turned up in a prominent place - he's the snow-and ice and
> > frigid weather guy! (In tropical degrees, all of Capricornus is now overlaid
> > with Aquarius, so that's what I look for). Sure enough, Tau Capricorni in
> > the neck of the little fishy goat was Culminating, with
> > Chiron-Neptune-Jupiter in the 10th huddled together at Deneb Algedi (Delta
> > Capricorni) and Kuh (Mu Capricorni), all in the Sea-Goat's tail.
> > Here's what Manilius (ca 10 AD astrologer) wrote about him: Frigid
> > Capricornus, born to bear the cold, coiled up inside his constricted
> > allotment of stars, ushers in winter...the Sea-Goat, its extremities
> > contracted by cold, impels lethargic winter, lasting through both the
> > shortest day and longest night, [then] starts to prolong daylight and banish
> > darkness. Fields are iced over, sea-ice blocks shipping, camps remain
> > unmoving; stones are coated with frost; powerless during frozen midwinter;
> > the natural world holds still and unmoving.
> > The Hyades in the Bull's head (1st decan of tropical Gemini) are rising -
> > known for producing what the weathermen call "precip"; the Part of Weather
> > (Asc + 4th cusp minus Moon) came out at 29 Gem conj Hades in the 2nd; the
> > Part of Blizzard (my invention), 8th cusp + Venus minus Neptune was 8 Scorp
> > 30 conj wet Poseidon in the 6th and squaring the MC/IC; the Sun-Moon
> > opposition squared Washington's East Geodetic Vertex/Avx which are 9
> > Libra-Aries 59. So Washington was awash in snow and ice.
> > About Manilius - I get a huge kick out of seeing the ancient astrologers
> > proven right - and Capricornus and ice have worked for me over and over
> > again - I even once found an envelope I had lost on the way to the bank,
> > with a major check inside it, by using him - when the horary showed Mercury
> > in the 8th in tropical Aquarius/sidereal Cap, I went back outside and
> > searched in the roadway slush, and there it was (hard to see because the
> > envelope was white).
> > Anyway, the very best wishes to all of you (and a big hug for you, Barbara)
> > for a wonderful New Year!
> > Love, Diana
> > Website: http://ye-stars.com <http://ye-stars.com/>
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