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Re: 31 Jan 2006 occurances of note in the USA

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  • msbhavens1
    for the state of the union address at 9 pm eastern, regio houses I find the following, and I used Ann Wrights web site for fixed star positions and I used
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      for the state of the union address at 9 pm eastern, regio houses I find
      the following, and I used Ann Wrights web site for fixed star positions
      and I used www.astro.com to place the chart, I found it particularly
      interesting. Especially SAturn ... Beth

      Ac 25 Virgo 15
      Copula 25 Virgo 08 in 2000 (does this mean we are all getting screwed?)
      According to Ann Wright's page this star causes blindness, strong
      passions and dissapointments.

      Jupiter 17 Sco 20 third house cusp

      The north scales at 18 Sco 46
      The Scales are associated with the Hebrew letter Heth and the 8th Tarot
      Trump "Justice". (Robson).


      IC 24 Sag 36
      The sting of the Scorpion
      Shaula 24 Sag 35
      associated with the Tower according to Ann Wright,
      "It gives danger, desperation, immorality and malevolence, and is
      connected with acid poisons. (Robson)."

      Pluto 25 Sag 55

      Kelb Alrai 25 Sag 20
      It is said to give a passionate, blindly good-hearted, wasteful and
      easily seduced nature, together with little happiness, unseen dangers,
      enmity, strife and slander. Pliny said that it occasioned much
      mortality by poisoning. This constellation has also been called
      Aesculapius and held to rule medicines. By the Kabalists it is
      associated with the Hebrew letter Oin and the 16th Tarot Trump "The
      Lightning Struck Tower". (Robson). from ann wright website

      Sargas 25 sag 36 (declination -42.59)
      A red star in the tail of the Scorpion , again the tower reference,

      Aculeus - In the stinger of the Scorpion Scorpius. A companion cluster
      to Acumen. The Akkadians called Scorpio, Girtab, the "Seizer",
      or "Stinger", and the Place where One Bows Down, titles indicative of
      the creature's dangerous character; and referring to the striking curve
      of stars which lies in a dark portion of the Milky Way that forms the
      tail of the Scorpion, terminating in the poisonous upturned stinger, as
      if ready for an attack. (Allen).

      Etymology: A resemblance [of Aculeus] to Achilles is probably not mere
      coincidence. The stinging SeRaPH (source of Serp-ent, meaning burning
      or venom) or SCORPION strikes in the AQeL, the HEEL, or Achilles heel
      of its foe. [Isaac Mozeson, author of The Word dictionary, Edenic
      (Biblical Hebrew), SPI books, ISBN 15671-942-0].


      It effects the eyesight and causes blindness of one or both eyes if in
      conjunction with an afflicted luminary, or in conjunction with a
      malefic that afflicts the luminaries. The opposition seems to be
      equally effective. (Robson).

      This star along with Acumen has a notorious reputation in astrology
      as 'blind stars' or stars associated with eyesight problems. These
      stars shows up a negative Mars-Moon quality in people who have them
      poorly aspected, with a tendency towards a morbid outlook, seeing the
      worst rather than the best in everything. If their religious views are
      affected, as so often with anything in Sagittarius, there is a tendency
      to be either the 'hellfire and damnation brigade' or to take up a
      fierce anti-religious and even anti-God stance. But at their best, well
      aspected, they can have very sharp minds and a perception well above
      average as though, perhaps 'blind' to what we see and take for granted,
      they see what we do not, at levels where eyesight does not reach. Not
      for nothing has the word Acumen come down to us as a term for a sharp
      mind. (Dr. Eric Morse).

      all Ann Wright references here,

      Venus 16 Cap 08 Rx

      Albadah 16 Cap 15
      From Ann Wright's Web site
      History of the star: An eastern star in the head of the Archer
      Sagittarius, in an area of the sky that is comparatively untenanted
      except for this and other faint stars.

      The Arabic 19th manzil lay in this vacant space from the upper part of
      the Sagittarius toward the horns of the Sea-Goat, and was known as Al
      Baldah, the "City", or "District", to which this star owes its name.
      [Influences: Favorable for harvest, gain, buildings, and travelers.]

      Al Biruni described the 19th Manzil as "the head of Sagittarius and his
      two locks." He compared this 19th manzil to "the interstice between the
      two eyebrows which are not connected with each other," — a condition
      described by the word 'Ablad, somewhat similar to the Baldah generally
      applied to it.

      Al Na'ir, "the Bright One", of that lunar station was another name for
      it. (Allen).

      Influence of the constellation: The Archer is associated with the
      Hebrew letter Vau and the 6th Tarot Trump "The Lovers". (Robson).

      (Beth insert, hey Venus and the lovers, I'm shocked! =)

      Chiron, the wounded healer at 4 Aqu 30

      ALSHAT 4 Aqu 26
      Middle star in the horns of the Goat, Capricorn. Alshat from Arabic Al
      Shat, the "Sheep" (that was to be slaughtered by the adjacent Dabih,
      beta Capricornus; referring to the sacrifice celebrated by the Arabs at
      the heliacal rising of Capricorn). (Allen). (question? lambs led to the
      slaughter?)

      Oculus 4 Aqu 43 A star in the right eye of the Goat Capricornus.
      Oculus is Latin for "eye". Is there where we will be blinded perhaps,
      there are several Achilles/Chiron references going around on this star
      field.

      Sun 12 Aqu 04
      albali 11 Aqu 43
      History of the star: A star in the left hand of the Water Bearer
      Aquarius.

      The Arabic name for Albali is Al-Bali' (1), "The swallower".

      It was the brightest one of the Arabic 21st manzil, Al Sa'd al
      Bula', "the Good Fortune of the Swallower", which included the stars
      mu, and nu. Kazwini said that this strange title came from the fact
      that the two outside stars were more open than alpha and beta of
      Capricorn, so that they seemed to swallow, or absorb, the light of the
      other! [Influences of the 21st mansion: Causes liberty of captives and
      heals the sick.]

      The same three were the Euphratean lunar asterism, the "Goat-fish", and
      the Coptic Upeuritos, "the Discoverer".

      Bayer mentioned for it Mantellum and Mantile, marking the Napkin or
      Towel held in the youth's hand (Ganymedes, the Cupbearer of the gods on
      Mount Olympus); but in some early drawings this was shown as a "Bunch
      of Grain Stalks". (Allen).

      Close to the helio planetary South Node of Neptune; 10AQU40 in 1900 -
      11AQU46 in 2000, which might also give a Neptunian influence.

      Influence of the constellation: The beauty of Ganymedes and his flight
      through the air link it to the ideas of personnel charm and aviation
      with which it is certainly connected. The Water Bearer is associated
      with the Hebrew letter Nun and the 14th Tarot Trump "Temperance".
      (Robson).

      General influence of the star: This star along with Ancha are
      indicative of danger, persecution and even death, but are also said to
      give good fortune. (Noonan).


      ARmus 12 AQU 44
      History of the star: A star in the "heart of the Goat".

      Influence of the constellation: The Goat is associated with the Hebrew
      letter Yod and the 10th Tarot Trump, The Wheel of Fortune". (Robson).

      General influence of the star: It gives disagreeableness,
      contemptibleness, instability, shamelessness, nagging and a troublesome
      and contentious nature. (Robson).

      Mercury 15 AQU 46

      Alnair 15 AQU 46
      History of the star: The Arabic name for this star marking the body of
      Grus, the Crane, is Alnair is An-Nayyir (1), "The bright one", (i.e. of
      the Fish's Tail), an obvious reference to its former association with
      Piscis Austrinus in Arabic astronomy. (Allen).

      Cranes are large, beautiful, graceful, long-lived, migratory, wading
      birds. They are credited with great diligence, intelligence and
      vigilance; they are reported to post sentries while they sleep. They
      are said to pair for life, and hence a symbol of devoted love. Male and
      female take equal responsibility in the rearing of their chicks. Cranes
      are noted for their elaborate courtship dances; humans on stilts copied
      the dance. They spend a long time preening their feathers and paint
      themselves with mud to camouflage themselves. Greek letters of the
      alphabet came from myths about cranes. The crane was used as a symbol
      of the astronomer by the Ancient Egyptians.
      (with my recent Crane Experience, I found this interesting and will
      watch this mroe often)

      Influence of the constellation: A retiring, active, proud, watchful,
      kind, idealistic and devoted nature, with a liking for astronomy.
      (Robson).

      Neptune 17 AQU 05

      Sualocin 17 Aqu 23 (Dolphins)
      Influence of the constellation: According to Ptolemy, Delphinus is like
      Saturn and Mars [in fact the bright stars Rotanev and Sualocin are
      Mercury-Jupiter]. It gives a simple appearance, cheerfulness,
      dissembling and duplicity, love of hunting, and sport in general but
      little happiness [little happiness and love of hunting would not apply
      to Rotanev and Sualocin, because they are not of Saturn/Mars nature].
      There is a fondness for pleasure, ecclesiastical matters and travel,
      but danger of suffering from ingratitude. (Robson).

      Influence of the constellation: According to Ptolemy, Delphinus is like
      Saturn and Mars [in fact the bright stars Rotanev and Sualocin are
      Mercury/Jupiter]. It gives a simple appearance, cheerfulness,
      dissembling and duplicity, love of hunting, and sport in general but
      little happiness [little happiness and love of hunting would not apply
      to Rotanev and Sualocin because they are not of Saturn/Mars nature].
      There is a fondness for pleasure, ecclesiastical matters and travel,
      but danger of suffering from ingratitude. (Robson).


      Uranus 9 Pisces 08

      Skat 8 pis 52
      Influence of the constellation: The beauty of Ganymedes and his flight
      through the air link it to the ideas of personnel charm and aviation
      with which it is certainly connected. The Water Bearer is associated
      with the Hebrew letter Nun and the 14th Tarot Trump "Temperance".
      (Robson).

      General influence of the star: According to Ptolemy it is of the nature
      of Saturn and Jupiter; to Simmonite, of Uranus; and, to Alvidas, of
      Uranus and Venus in sextile to Mercury. It gives good fortune and
      lasting happiness. (Robson).

      Safety in a deluge. (Noonan).
      With Uranus: Vacillating, weak character, mentally far in advance of
      his time, writer on theories of life, suffering from violent attachment
      or marriage in early life, eccentric, greatly criticized, sudden death.
      (Robson).

      Situla 9 Pis 25
      History of the star: The western star in the flow of the water
      of .Aquarius. Situla is from Latin `bucket'; referring to an ancient
      decorated metal or pottery vessel shaped like a deep bucket, urn, or
      vase. (Encarta Dictionay).

      Influence of the constellation: The beauty of Ganymedes and his flight
      through the air link it to the ideas of personnel charm and aviation
      with which it is certainly connected. The Water Bearer is associated
      with the Hebrew letter Nun and the 14th Tarot Trump "Temperance".
      (Robson).

      Moon 17 Pis 14

      Zeta Pegasus Homan - 16 Pis 09
      History of the star: A light yellow star on the neck of the Winged
      Horse Pegasus.

      The Arabic name for Homam is Sa'd al-humam (1), "the lucky star of the
      high-minded man". This Arabic Sa'd is our "Good Luck".

      It was also known as "the Lucky Star of the Hero", Homan; Al
      Hammam, "the Whisperer"; Sa'd al Na'amah, "the Lucky Star of the
      Ostriches:; Na'ir Sa'd al Bahaim, "the Bright Fortunate One of the Two
      Beasts", which Al Sufi had said were theta (Biham) and nu.

      It was thought that Alpha (Markab), with gamma (Algenib) and zeta (this
      star Homam), it was the Euphratean asterism Lik-bar-ra (perhaps Ur-bar-
      ra), "the Hyaena". (Allen).


      Influence of the constellation: The constellation gives ambition,
      vanity, intuition, enthusiasm, caprice and bad judgment. (Robson).

      The constellation portends events concerning ships and the ocean and
      also changes in the weather. In medieval times it was said to indicate
      vain individuals with a great deal of ambition, but with very poor
      judgment. (Noonan).

      The Pegasus Syndrome, as exemplified in the legends of Perseus and
      Bellerophon, is concerned with the innate ability possessed by some
      people to negotiate difficulties by rising above them, on the one hand,
      and the danger of overreaching themselves, on the other. Pegasus, by
      birth, is the child of Medusa and Neptune, symbols of 'wisdom'
      and 'emotion,' respectively, which shows the dichotomy of his nature.
      As in the story, Bellerophon attempted to fly to Olympus (overreach his
      potential). He believed that Pegasus was subject to his will. However,
      it was Pegasus who made it to Olympus, while Bellerophon was tossed
      back to earth, lame and reproached by others. It is unwise to take any
      situation for granted as the 'lesser' person (or, in this case, beast)
      may be the very one to teach us the much needed lesson in humility.
      Pegasus is also indicative of a specific mission in life which the
      inquirer will always find the time and energy to pursue, although the
      path may be sewn with difficulties (the Chimaera) and limitations
      (Bellerophon's doubt or arrogance). So, the Pegasus Syndrome is the
      seeming ability to "fly over any situation," though the reverse may be
      a lesson in humility, being "taken down a peg," as it were. (Rich's
      Pegopedia http://www.jps.net/xephyr/rich/fantasy/Pegopedia.html ).

      DC also in Pegasas at 25 Pis 15

      Mars 22 Tau 05
      2000 grand conj of saturn and jupiter 23 Tau
      Zaurak 23 Tau 52
      History of the star: A yellow star in the River Eridanus. Zaurak or
      Zaurac from Arabic Az-Zawraq (1), "The boat", from Al Na'ir al
      Zaurak, "the Bright Star of the Boat". (Allen).

      Influence of constellation: According to Ptolemy all the stars with the
      exception of Achernar are like Saturn. Eridanus gives a love of
      knowledge and science, much travel and many changes, a position of
      authority, but danger of accidents, especially at sea and of drowning.
      (Robson).

      General influence of the star: Zaurak has a Saturnian character. Anyone
      who has this star connected with a planet in his chart should endeavor
      not to take life too seriously and put too much weight on everything
      people say. This person should struggle to overcome melancholy.
      Otherwise, this star could trigger off fear of death and suicidal
      tendencies. (Ebertin).

      MC 24 Gemini 36
      Alnitak 24 Gem 41
      Influence of the constellation: It is said to give a strong and
      dignified nature, self-confidence, inconstancy, arrogance, violence,
      impiety, and prosperity in trade and particularly in voyages or abroad,
      but danger of treachery and poison. It was thought by the Romans to be
      very harmful to cattle and productive of storms. By the Kabalists it is
      associated with the Hebrew letter Aleph and the 1st Tarot Trump "The
      Juggler". (The Magician). (Robson).

      General influence of the star: Strength, energy, industry, organizing
      abilities, notoriety, good fortune, lasting happiness, a sharp mind and
      a good memory. (Robson).

      General influence of the Cingula Orionis (Orion's Belt): The joint
      influence is to give strength, energy, industry, organizing abilities,
      notoriety, good fortune, lasting happiness, a sharp mind and a good
      memory. (Robson).

      "Passionately devoted to hunting, but not noble hunting with falcon or
      bow". Excellent fishermen. Treacherous. All kinds of dangers.
      Irreligious. In a female chart - if rising and aspected by both Mars
      and a benefic - a shrew. (Noonan).

      Al Hecka ( the Oh Heck star, not quite as bad as the oh hell star,
      insert humor here) 24 Gem 47 Zeta Taurus
      Etymology: AL HEEKA bull's southern horn In Arabic, hakka is to scratch
      or gore. Hebrew HaKHaH is a fishing hook, and, of course, the source of
      English HOOK. Fishing requires patience as well as angling with a hook,
      so the notable Taurus patience might be a factor here, before there is
      an explosion of horned anger. Hebrew HaCKeH also means to wait. The
      star description mentions power, another meaning of the Hebrew and
      English source of "horn." The unprovoked AL HEEKA native can be gentle,
      but when the horns finally do
      come down, you don't want to run those Pamplona streets. [Isaac
      Mozeson, author of The Word dictionary, Edenic (Biblical Hebrew), SPI
      books, ISBN 15671-942-0].

      Influence of the constellation: By the Kabalists Taurus is associated
      with the Hebrew letter Aleph and the 1st Tarot Trump "The Juggler".
      (Robson).

      General influence of the star: It gives violence, male violence and
      danger of accidents. (Robson).

      This seems rather important
      SAturn 7 Leo 32 Rx -4.54
      Asellus Borialus 7 Leo 32 +21.28
      History of the star: Northern Donkey, male. Among the stars of Cancer
      is a small grouping called the Aselli, or Asses (I found this humorous)

      and along with Praesaepe (M44) the Beehive or Manger, form a mini
      constellation in their own right, which appears on the back of the
      Crab's shell. This group has been associated with a disproportionate
      number of important historic events, that have brought about great
      changes in society. Particularly represented are events relating to the
      introduction of communism, which may be symbolic of the two Asses
      eating out of a communal Manger, or the busy beehive representing a
      commune. Asellus Boreali (this star, gamma), - is the northern ass;
      and Asellus Austral (delta) is the southern ass. Popularly this
      configuration was also known as the "Manger", or "Crib" [crib and crab
      may be related] in which Christ was born [it has been suggested because
      Cancer was the "Gate of Man"]. They were the Northern and the Southern
      Ass Colt, the Ovot, or Asses, of Ptolemy and the Greeks; the Aselli, or
      Asini, of the Latins, and now popularly known as "The Donkeys". Other
      names were "A Resting Place", "Ending of a stop", "The Aselline
      Starlets".

      A Greek myth tells us that these asses were ridden by Bacchus and
      Vulcan in the war between the Olympians and the Titans. The braying of
      these animals, aided and added to the gods shouts, frightened a group
      of fierce giants who were coming to avenge their brothers, the Titans,
      to such a degree, that they fled the scene of battle. The asses were
      placed in the heavens flanking the mysterious glow called the Manger or
      Beehive - M44 (Praesaepe) to make sure they never lack food.
      Manilius alludes to these outstretched stars as a Yoke.

      Gamma (Asellus Borealis), delta (Asellus Australis), eta, and theta
      were the Persian lunar station Avra-k, the "Cloud", and the Coptic
      Ermelia, "Nurturing" (the traditional astrological influences given for
      these two stars include; care and responsibility, with a charitable and
      fostering nature).

      In this constellation, with some slight variations as to boundaries at
      different times in Hindu astronomy, — gamma (Asellus Borealis) and
      delta (Asellus Australis) – the Aselli - always being included and
      occasionally eta, theta, and Praesaepe, — was located the 6th nakshatra
      Pushya, "Flower", or Tishiya, "Auspicious", with Brihaspati, the priest
      and teacher of the gods, as presiding divinity. It was sometimes
      figured as a "Crescent", and again as the "head of an Arrow"; it was
      also called Sidhaya, "Prosperous".

      The Arabic manzil Al Nathrah, the Gap in the hair under the muzzle of
      the supposed immense ancient Lion that the Arabs had here, was chiefly
      formed by Praesaepe; but later gamma (Asellus Borealis) and delta
      (Asellus Australis) – the Aselli - were sometimes included, when it was
      Al Himarain, the Two Asses, a title adopted from the Greeks. The Arabs
      also knew it as Al Fnm al Asad and as Al Anf al Asad, the Mouth, and
      the Muzzle, of the Lion, both referring to the early figure.

      In astrology they were portents of violent death to such as came under
      their influence; while to the weather-wise their dimness was an
      infallible precursor of rain. (Allen).


      Influence of the constellation: The Crab is associated with the Hebrew
      letter Tzaddi and the 18th Tarot Trump "The Moon". (Robson).

      General influence of Aselli: According to Ptolemy both the Aselli are
      of the nature of Mars and the Sun, but Alvidas states that the North
      Asellus (Asellus Borealis) is like the Sun and Mars in sextile, and the
      South Asellus (Asellus Astralis) like the Sun and Mars in semisquare.
      Together they give care and responsibility, with a charitable and
      fostering nature, but danger of violent death, serious accidents and
      burns. (Robson).

      General influence of North Asellus: It gives patience, beneficence and
      courage, and makes its natives heroic and defiant leaders. (Robson).

      The two Asellus correspond to the Sun and Mars, both these fixed stars
      are therefore to count as a positive influence, if in conjunction with
      the Ascendant, MC or stellar bodies of the same character, but
      especially if grouped with the Sun or Mars. These people will have an
      aggressive nature and will not take insults easily. They may, by their
      own lack of caution, or by being dare-devils, put their life in danger
      and they will not hesitate to use brutal and violent means. When the
      Asellus are with the Ascendant danger by large animals (horses, bulls)
      may exist. (Ebertin).

      The patient donkey is a lovable creature, but it can be very self-
      willed and unco-operative indeed, at times of its own choosing. The
      Aselli (this star and the other donkey Asellus Australis) display all
      the moodiness of Cancer at its most negative, while in Leo. A
      conjunction with the Moon, Mercury, Venus or Neptune, well aspected,
      will often reveal the poet, painter, musician unusually gifted,
      composer, psychic 'medium' or astrologer. In all cases too, there is a
      patience for which the donkey is respected, a quality necessary for all
      really reliable psychism. Perhaps when the donkey is being stubborn, he
      is seeing something in the path which his impatient master cannot, or
      will not see. (Dr. Eric Morse).

      With Saturn: Somewhat sell-centred and self- seeking, loss through
      enemies, high public office, but eventual retirement with public
      censure. Favour able for gain, unrelenting nature, domestic disharmony
      caused by antipathy between one of the children and the native or
      partner. (Robson).
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