--- msbhavens1 <msbhavens1@...
> hey is ERis ERos related, cause 20 Aries is my Dsc,
> maybe I'll get
> lucky? (bad beffie! naughty girl)
I don't know. On another list I have, Centaurs2, we've
been talking about Eris quite a bit.
It's basically about outer planets like Pluto and Eris
and non-main-belt asteroids and unusual planetary
phenomena. You're welcome to join if you want.
> MissBHavens, well in my head anyway. LOL
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mahtezcatpoc"
> <mahtezcatpoc@...> wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, "msbhavens1"
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > From today (Uranus went direct today) through
> December 5th, it
> > amazes
> > > me how seldom this is so, thought I'd mention
> it. and by all I
> > > Mercury-Pluto, no idea what the asteroids and
> such are up to.
> > > MissB
> > Since most astrologers who use asteroids only use
> Ceres, Pallas,
> > Vesta, and Chiron, and since you have hundreds of
> thousands of
> > asteroids, I only look at fixed star alignments to
> those five.
> > when Eris's influence is better known, I'll start
> putting in Eris.
> > was aligned with Baten Kaitos last time I checked,
> but that was a
> > while ago, and the alignment may no longer exist.
It doesn't (not if you use a 1 00' orb, anyway).
> (Yesterday at
> > midnight GMT Eris was at 20 Aries 26.)
I've got it aligned with the following:
Revati (Zeta Piscium)
Termes Frederici (Psi Andromedae) ("crown of
Frederick" [my name]; it's part of the obsolete
constellation Frederici Honores, the Honors of
Frederick, which depicts a crown, a quill pen, a sword
and an olive branch)
VV Cephei (cataclysmic variables)
Revati means "abundance" in Hindi (?). As for the two
novae, FX is a movie term for special effects, and VV
kind of sounds onomatopoeic ("vvvvvvv", or maybe "V-V"
as in "B-B", the chant Winston Smith and his
co-workers at the Ministry of Truth had to make
praising Big Brother during the Two Minutes Hate).
Mark A. Holmes
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