Re: [thefixedstars] Star orbs/Khambalia/Antares/Han
- --- "Diana K. Rosenberg" <ye-stars@...>
> > Date: Wed, 02 Mar 2005 01:47:05 -0000I've never had any problems with my feet.
> > From: "mahtezcatpoc" <mahtezcatpoc@...>
> >Subject: Re: Star orbs
> Mark wrote:
> >I know I have Vesta conjunct Khambalia (Lambda
> >using a 1-degree orb; using Joseph Rigor's orb for
> >(1 30') I also have Mars conjunct it. I don't
> believe I have
> >enough experience with fixed stars yet to decide
> whether I
> >should use wider orbs or not. Maybe this relatively
> >conservative approach will end up working out for
> That's interesting - Khambalia is associated with
> problems and/or lameness. Does this relate to
> anything in
> your life?
>Some people want to regulate away what they,
> An interesting example: the 14th-century Uzbek
> Tamerlane had Khambalia culminating, and he was
> "Timor-I-Lenk" - Timor the Limper, because of an
> injury to his foot.
> >I also have Moon conjunct Antares, and I've never
> tried to
> >con anybody, but when I get really interested in
> >(say, asteroid research) I can be pretty energetic
> about it;
> >maybe this aspect has something to do with my
> tastes in art,
> >music, and literature as well. I like hard rock;
> >like Bret Easton Ellis and H.P. Lovecraft; artists
> >Dali, Francis Bacon, Goya, and Albrecht Durer; and
> Interesting! It fits, because under cheery, outgoing
> Sag is the
> brooding Scorpion...
> > While I think that the notorious Super Bowl
> >half-time show with Janet Jackson and Justin
> Timberlake was
> >probably inappropriate (that breast-baring stunt
> was sprung
> >on people, and they should have known that a lot of
> >wouldn't have appreciated it), I'm also suspicious
> of this
> >zeal some people have to sanitize the airwaves and
> I absolutely agree with you here.
personally, don't like, and there's a real danger in
>What would be the other one?
> From the Report Writer: people with Moon with
> Starset Antares
> (from 9 Sag 20 to 12 Sag 46
> This starset also includes Tau Scorpii, one of two
> Praecordia, "Veins which Suspend the Heart" or
> "Outworks of
> the Heart"
Rastaban (also called Alwaid), Beta
> Draconis, theMy fixed-star report in SolarFire 5 using the complete
> eye of Draco, the Dragon, Kuma, Nu2 Draconis in his
built-in list has my Moon not only conjunct Antares
and Han, but also Kuma (Nu-1 Draconis).
"At last" seems to be an apt description sometimes.
> Omega Ophiuchi in the left foot of Ophiuchus, theI've always felt that since Serpens is in two pieces,
> Serpent-Bearer (stepping on, and, some say,
> crushing, the
> Scorpion-of-death); the Greeks said Ophiuchus was
> Aesculapius, the great physician, Son of Apollo,
> Custer M12 and "gigantic" supermassive colliding
> Galaxies/Black Holes (NGC 6240) in the chest of
> (these rightly belong to Serpens, the Serpent, for
> texts describe the Serpent winding around the great
> figure of Ophiuchus) (serpents have always been
> with healing and renewal, because they shed their
> skins and
> grow new ones)
Serpens Caput (the snake's head) and Serpens Cauda
(the snake's tail), divided by Ophiuchus, astronomers
ought to make them two constellations. They haven't
cut up a constellation since Argo was divided in the
18th century, though.
Pi Herculis in the left groin or
> thigh ofSolarFire 5's list of the fixed stars from fifth
> Hercules, the Strong Man.
magnitude up isn't an exhaustive one. I've had to add
some of them manually in custom files.
Mark A. Homes
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