Thanks so much for you advice Nicky! I can t change the location of the event so I guess I d probably better keep looking! Love, Trish In a message dated
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, Apr 28, 2005
Thanks so much for you advice Nicky! I can't change the location of
the event so I guess I'd probably better keep looking!
In a message dated 4/27/2005 3:13:08 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
You could change
the location of your event to change the heliacal rising/settting and the
parans to improve a situation, or you could consider that for your location
the event that you are planning is out of sync and perhaps you should pick
another time even it means postponing for a month. Or if you are really
desperate, check the parans to the moon or the planet that is the significator
of the event you are planning, or look to the stars on the angles for the time
you are choosing. If you are using Starlight, check the mundane parans,
they usually describe the major undertone of the two week cycle (approximate)
and then check against the normal parans.
I use these methods
when choosing times for IVF, and sometimes you have to dig deep to find a good
and lucky parans, and sometimes you just have to say - sorry - choose another
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of
Trishmare7@... Sent: 27 April 2005 08:09 PM To:
firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [thefixedstars] Fixed stars
How much weight should one give to fixed stars in an electional
chart? If, for example, other factors in the chart are favorable and one
has a good "gut" feeling about launching a thing at that time, but the fixed
stars placements suck (to put it bluntly), should one keep looking?
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