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• hi, Wanted to ask if somebody here does calculates the star 15 & 30 deg aspects as Robson did. Since I would like to compare results. Thank you. alhena ...
Message 1 of 7 , Mar 1, 2005
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hi,

Wanted to ask if somebody here does calculates the star 15 & 30 deg  aspects as Robson did.  Since I would like to compare results.

Thank you.

alhena

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• ... aspects as Robson did. Since I would like to compare results. ... Do you mean 15, or did you intend to write 150? I didn t know Robson worked with
Message 2 of 7 , Mar 3, 2005
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--- In thefixedstars@yahoogroups.com, betelgeuse <betelggeuse@y...> wrote:
> hi,
>
> Wanted to ask if somebody here does calculates the star 15 & 30 deg
aspects as Robson did. Since I would like to compare results.
>
> Thank you.
>

Do you mean 15, or did you intend to write 150? I didn't know Robson
worked with semisextiles and quincunxes involving fixed stars, let
alone exotic aspects like the half-semisextile (15-degree aspect).

Mark A. Holmes
• Thank you for answering, ... worked with semisextiles and quincunxes involving fixed stars, let alone exotic aspects like the half-semisextile (15-degree
Message 3 of 7 , Mar 3, 2005
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>>Do you mean 15, or did you intend to write 150? I didn't know Robson
worked with semisextiles and quincunxes involving fixed stars, let
alone exotic aspects like the half-semisextile (15-degree aspect).
I mean the full Robson's theory on aspect calculation, which he means as
"15 and 30 deg aspects", i.e. 30, 45, 60, 120, 135,  to which you may add
other of the same series if you want.   Except if a star is precisely at the
ecliptic, without latitude, the calculation as per Robson's formulae moves
the ecliptic position to another point, which at high latitudes may be very
very far from the supposed ecliptic position.  Also, the calculation of all
these points converts the apparently 'void' ecliptic zones, in a map full
of significant points.   I do calculate all those points, and would like to know
if there is somebody here who has studied this, so as to know about the
results obtained (in studying peoples lifes) as well as the points obtained.
Of course the squares and oppositions are not affected by latitude.
Unfortunately  what I have published up to now, is in Spanish.

best wishes,

alhena casanova

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• Alhena, I do look for 15 degree and the multiples for planetary aspects, and I think they do show actions. For fixed stars, most people look only for
Message 4 of 7 , Mar 3, 2005
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Alhena,

I do look for 15 degree and the multiples for planetary aspects, and I think they do show actions.

For fixed stars, most people look only for conjunctions and oppositions, it would certainly be an interesting area of research of using other aspects.  Would love to hear, even briefly, your experience with using 15d fixed stars aspect though.

Cal

Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 12:18 PM
Subject: Re: [thefixedstars] Re: somebody here?

>>Do you mean 15, or did you intend to write 150? I didn't know Robson
worked with semisextiles and quincunxes involving fixed stars, let
alone exotic aspects like the half-semisextile (15-degree aspect).

I mean the full Robson's theory on aspect calculation, which he means as
"15 and 30 deg aspects", i.e. 30, 45, 60, 120, 135,  to which you may add
other of the same series if you want.   Except if a star is precisely at the
ecliptic, without latitude, the calculation as per Robson's formulae moves
the ecliptic position to another point, which at high latitudes may be very
very far from the supposed ecliptic position.  Also, the calculation of all
these points converts the apparently 'void' ecliptic zones, in a map full
of significant points.   I do calculate all those points, and would like to know
if there is somebody here who has studied this, so as to know about the
results obtained (in studying peoples lifes) as well as the points obtained.
Of course the squares and oppositions are not affected by latitude.
Unfortunately  what I have published up to now, is in Spanish.

best wishes,

alhena casanova

• ... When I was ordering charts from ACS, long ago, before I got my own computer and my own chart-computing software, I used to order fixed-star reports which
Message 5 of 7 , Mar 3, 2005
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--- Astrocalypse <astrocalypse@...>
wrote:
> Alhena,
>
> I do look for 15 degree and the multiples for
> planetary aspects, and I think they do show actions.

When I was ordering charts from ACS, long ago, before
I got my own computer and my own chart-computing
software, I used to order fixed-star reports which had
these aspects, calculated with a mathematical formula
which for me was too complex to be expedient. I
thought I saw meaning in some of the aspects given,
but eventually just started doing the conjunctions,
based on ecliptic longitude only.

Just because I see fixed-star aspects this way doesn't
mean others can't find the method used in these ACS
reports (Robson's method?) useful.

>
> For fixed stars, most people look only for
> conjunctions and oppositions, it would certainly be
> an interesting area of research of using other
> aspects. Would love to hear, even briefly, your
> experience with using 15d fixed stars aspect though.
>
> Cal

Me, too.

Mark A. Holmes

>
> From: betelgeuse
> To: thefixedstars@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 12:18 PM
> Subject: Re: [thefixedstars] Re: somebody here?
>
>
>
> >>Do you mean 15, or did you intend to write 150?
> I didn't know Robson
> worked with semisextiles and quincunxes involving
> fixed stars, let
> alone exotic aspects like the half-semisextile
> (15-degree aspect).
>
> I mean the full Robson's theory on aspect
> calculation, which he means as
> "15 and 30 deg aspects", i.e. 30, 45, 60, 120,
> 135, to which you may add
> other of the same series if you want. Except if
> a star is precisely at the
> ecliptic, without latitude, the calculation as per
> Robson's formulae moves
> the ecliptic position to another point, which at
> high latitudes may be very
> very far from the supposed ecliptic position.
> Also, the calculation of all
> these points converts the apparently 'void'
> ecliptic zones, in a map full
> of significant points. I do calculate all those
> points, and would like to know
> if there is somebody here who has studied this, so
> as to know about the
> results obtained (in studying peoples lifes) as
> well as the points obtained.
> Of course the squares and oppositions are not
> affected by latitude.
> Unfortunately what I have published up to now, is
> in Spanish.
>
> best wishes,
>
> alhena casanova
> http://www.geocities.com/beibenia/
> http://www.geocities.com/rinconastrologico/
>

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• hello Cal, You are speaking of the common ecliptic aspects calculated by every program, either commercial or non commercial. It doesn t matter it is a trine,
Message 6 of 7 , Mar 3, 2005
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hello Cal,

You are speaking of the common ecliptic aspects calculated by every
program, either commercial or non commercial.  It doesn't matter it
is a trine, a 15 deg, a 45 deg;  if it has latitude, the aspect is not where
trine = body position + 120 deg).  Thus you can only trust the conjunctions,
oppositions, and squares.  Any research apart from that, is useful if you
do not calculate the 15 and 30 deg aspects AS ROBSON DID.

Achernar for instance, positioned at 15 piscis, in your practice would trine
two points: 15 cancer and 15 scorpio.  This is wrong.  The Achernar trines
(which also vary depending on the geographical latitude) for a mean geo
lat of 30 to 40, fall around 0 virgo and 25 virgo.  Same happens with any semisextile, sextile, semiquadrat, sesquicuadrat, and any other aspect
you want to add, even your 15 deg which I consider of a very
minor effect.

Anyhow, my question has been answered, by the negative.  Since no
person here came to say "Yes, I calculate aspects with Robson's
formulae considering star latitud and geo latitude".    Frankly speaking, I expected a dozen voices saying "there is such and such a program which
do what you mention".  I was wrong.

kindly,
alhena casanova

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• I wrote ... do not calculate the 15 and 30 deg aspects AS ROBSON DID. but it should be Any research apart from that, is useless if you do not
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I wrote
>>>Any research apart from that, is useful if you
do not calculate the 15 and 30 deg aspects AS ROBSON DID.>>>>>>>>>

but it should be

Any research apart from that, is useless if you do not calculate the 15 and 30 deg aspects AS ROBSON DID.

Sorry
alhena casanova

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