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JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue May 05, 2020 11:09 am

My birthday is still five months away, but I think I owe it to all of you to give you a head's up. In these new, riskier times, my 2020 SSR likes quite dire in ways I will not be able to sidestep. The risk is especially to health. Given the likelihood of a stronger, more widespread virus resurgence in the fall and the announcement today of the first important mutation - to a much deadlier strain - I need to be as prepared as I can for the possibility that I won't make it to October 2021.

My health is pretty good overall. A couple of years ago I rolled back the biggest risks. I do still have a vulnerable breathing mechanism (asthma-like symptoms), though much improved. Other conditions are significantly better than before. I'm settled into an anti-inflammatory diet that sits well with me and is likely keeping me healthier.

I don't tolerate flu shots very well, but this year I will break my usual pattern and will get one as soon as it's offered just to fend off any unnecessary complexities or compounding conditions.

While my first choice is to get as much traction as possible from my the genes of my grandmother who lived past 100, if I half less than a year and a half to live, I have two main priorities. One is to give my wife the best future I can, which will be reasonably easy if I stay employed (health care for now, a very serious employer-supplied life insurance policy) plus (if the stock market doesn't entirely cave in) a large enough 401(k) that she could buy some time and reinvent herself. The other priority is to leave behind a solid platform for Sidereal astrology, preferably through a comprehensive, finely researched and delivered book. I've published the outline (and the layered development) that this book will follow and I know what I have to finish before I can start on the first layer (but it's difficult to do that with confidence under current circumstances).

Anyway, I suppose I better get the hell on with it. Hopefully this forum will continue after me and others can find a way to complete the primary work after me if I don't get it done first.

So... on with the details of my next SSR...
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue May 05, 2020 11:13 am

The part of the SSR that I cannot avoid by relocating for my birthday is a series of Moon aspects that - in the simplest interpretation - can be very health-impacting, with potential marks of inflammation, injury and death. Not the only possibilities, of course, but I think my mind is rightfully there because preparing for this is the best shot at managing the whole range of possibilities.

Here is a lineup of planets:

22°28' Vir r Sun
23°34' Sag s Jupiter
26°15'Gem SSR Moon
27°13' Pis SSR Mars
27°28' Sag SSR Pluto
28°55' Sag r Mars
0°25' Cap SSR Saturn
1°20' Lib r Neptune
3°20' Can r Uranus
3°37' Can r Jupiter

As you can see, progressed Moon has several aspects, the closest of which are to two Marses and a Pluto that are all connected. By the SQ rate, it will perfect each of these aspects as follows

SSR Mars - November 5 [maybe I'll just be {nassed} about the election?]
SSR Pluto - November 13
r Mars - December 23
SSR Saturn - February 4
r Neptune - March 2
r Uranus - April 26
r Jupiter - May 5

If I can make it until about a year from today, it looks like I'm home free! Getting through two Marses, Pluto, Saturn, and my own Neptune to get there might be tough in pandemic times.

I haven't looked at lunars and other charts for these times. I'll do that later. It will be rough anyway, and I'll be fighting as necessary, but those are the high vulnerability dates.
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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue May 05, 2020 11:44 am

Concern is enhanced because, for Los Angeles, this is all angular: Eastpoint for my home is 29°23' Gemini. Measuring in RA, natal Mars is 0°03' from the angle. Other measurements are Saturn 1°09', Pluto 1°50', and Moon 2°54'. Transiting Mars is 5° off MC, natal Neptune a degree and a half off IC.

OTOH, there are some really positive things. There is an almost partile Sun-Jupiter square and, most importantly, Midheaven 3°18' Aries is minutes from square natal Jupiter-Uranus. Angularities are a mixed bag - it's only the Moon aspects that give deep concern.

Last fall, looking ahead, I thought we might want to get out of town for this one and the only spots I could find that fit are on the East Coast - Venus rising and another line for Venus square MC. Since I've never been to the Carolinas, I thought grabbing those Venus lines might be a lot of fun. We still might do that - although Venus might not be the kind of benefic I need this time. I might be better off with a mixed-bag where Jupiter is closest.

Therefore, I might not want to give up the Los Angeles area and the very angular natal Jupiter. Natal Jupiter would be exact to the minute 0°19' of longitude east of where I live - thus, at 118W00 - which (small a difference as it is) also lets Jupiter take over from natal Mars being the most angular planet with its 0°03' orb. 118W00 is the longitude of the intersection of Highways 10 ad 605 east of LA, roughly at El Monto (and points due north and south). Or just down the hill from Lone Pine on the western edge of Death Valley. This longitude moves natal Mars to a whole 0°15' from the angle.

I'd rather not go farther north, so El Monte it might be. An "I'm not sure which way this is going to go" transit is Uranus partile opposite natal Saturn. It's barely with orb of square Ascendant at my latitude but gets closer the farther north I go (e.g., almost partile for Lone Pine). Buena Park is exactly at 118W00, farther south, but makes very little difference in the Ascendant longitude. Huntington Beach is the farthest south we can go on land.

That's all fine stuff. The main point is that I may be better off staying in the general LA area and owning natal Jupiter-Uranus.
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Breaking it down

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue May 05, 2020 12:12 pm

For my residence (34N03'46", 118W18'47"), here is the full breakdown of the SSR (with the small stuff trimmed off the edges):

t Saturn on WP -1°09'
r Jupiter sq. MC -0°19'
r Mars on WP -0°03'
r Uranus sq. MC -0°02'

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r Neptune on IC +1°23'
t Pluto on WP +1°50'


-- t Mars-Pluto sq. 0°15'
-- r Jupiter-Uranus 0°17'
-- t Uranus op. r Saturn 0°26'
-- t Pluto conj. r Mars 0°34' in mundo
-- t Pluto sq. r Neptune 0°35' in RA
-- t Saturn sq. r Neptune 0°56'
-- t Moon-Mars sq. 0°57'
-- t Moon-Pluto op. 1°04' in RA

-- t Saturn conj. r Mars 1°06' in RA
-- r Mars-Neptune sq. 1°11' in RA
-- t Moon-Jupiter op. 1°32' in mundo
-- t Moon sq. r Neptune 1°39' in RA

-- t Mars sq. r Mars 1°43'
-- r Uranus-Neptune 2°00'
-- r Jupiter-Neptune 2°16'
-- t Moon op. r Mars 2°40'
-- t Saturn op. r Uranus 2°55'
-- t Saturn-Pluto conj. 2°59' in RA
-- -- t Sa/Pl = EP 0°21'

s Moon sq. r Sun 3°48'

Other partile
t Saturn sq. r Sun 0°07' in mundo
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by SteveS » Tue May 05, 2020 1:51 pm

Jim, I understand where you are coming from with the acute Moon-Mars-Pluto aspects, but you have some possible mitigating Jup aspects. Have you looked at Marion's charts to see if she has any confirming symbolism which may/could symbolize your SSR is a danger to your health in a death related manner? :cry:

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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue May 05, 2020 2:05 pm

SteveS wrote:
Tue May 05, 2020 1:51 pm
Have you looked at Marion's charts to see if she has any confirming symbolism which may/could symbolize your SSR is a danger to your health in a death related manner? :cry:
Yes. It's a similar fence-sitting. Her upcoming SSR (end of this month) has Saturn exactly angular here (and a Lunar the same day with the same Saturn exactly rising). There is no getting Jupiter without some Saturn (or, for that matter, Saturn without some Jupiter).

Our current plan is to follow what has been working: Rely on 0°00' angle contacts for overwhelming predominance. In this case, instead of cutting to mid-Colorado for Uranus on an angle (and things might not be opened up yet), we're looking at a spot a little south of Big Sur (the tiny town of Lucia, CA) to put Jupiter 0°00' from square Ascendant event though Saturn is still 1°23' from IC. She'll then return here for Uranus 0°27' from WP, Saturn 1°46' from IC, Jupiter (conjunct Pluto) 6°32' from IC.

Presuming the "where it sets up is the dominant expression for the year" is true, and presuming out 0°00' orb strategy continues to work, this should flip things from a fundamentally Saturn-Uranus chart with some Jupiter to a fundamentally Jupiter chart with some Saturn.

Either way, she has a Moon-Mars opposition that becomes perfect September 19. I don't expect that to be a real problem since it's the same day Jupiter exactly squares my Sun.

As mentioned, I also want to look at my SLRs for the peak of those Moon progressions, haven't done that yet.
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue May 05, 2020 2:16 pm

Marion gets her worst solar arc out of the way this year (this month, in fact): d Venus sqq. r Saturn (with Neptune ssq. Saturn a couple of weeks later). I've thought Ve-Ne to Sa would have consequences in her life (someone close to her) related to this virus, but the timing is wrong for it to be what I'm talking about in this thread.

Next year she has d Jupiter conjoins her natal Sun! I don't see this indicating my death (I don't think this, alone, would dominate for the life insurance pay out :) ).

BTW, she has Uranus transiting square her MC right now: I see this whole period as a significant opening up of things for her. Creativity is bursting some days.

My solar arcs are more severe. In particular (jumping ahead a year), I have d Saturn square my Sun just as my progressed Venus-Saturn conjunction becomes exact. But that's a year off, in a different SSR that I'm currently discussing, and something to take up a later time.

Switching to secondary progressions, Marion has the most challenging in the next couple of months - ahead of my SSR. I do have an additional inflammation aspect with progressed Mars semi-square natal Mars late in the year, triggered by progressed Moon next February. That is, progressed natal opposes Mars at the same time that progressed SSR Moon opposes Saturn. That is the month to check in particular. (But her progressions and directions are good.)
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue May 05, 2020 2:30 pm

Checking the lunars against the exact progression dates:
SQ Moon to SSR Mars - November 5
SSR Pluto - November 13
10/27 SLR positive (Venus), 11/10 Demi looks a little frail but nothing serious (Neptune).
SQ Moon to r Mars - December 23
The month leading up to it is Uranus backed by somewhat weaker Saturn, both in the 11/23 SLR and the 12/8 Demi. The new 12/21 SLR is probably strong, with unafflicted Sun being the closest aspect (though just as this progression hits is the exact Mars-Pluto square to my Mars, and I get secondary angularity from a Moon-Neptune conjunction, so I may be a little under the weather).
SQ Moon to SSR Saturn - February 4
1/17 SLR is nothing in particular. 1/31 Demi has a Moon-Neptune opposition along the meridian so, I'm at least likely to feel insecure, uncertain, worried, maybe frail. The 2/13 Demi puts Mars right on MC has has closely angular Sun and Jupiter: It's a battle but I probably win.
SQ Moon to r Neptune - March 2
2/27 SLR is mostly Jupiter, the 3/13 Demi is an exact New Moon square Asc.
SQ Moon to r Uranus - April 26
SQ Moon to r Jupiter - May 5
Then, as the positive progressions come in, the 4/9 SLR puts Saturn on MC (square transiting Uranus exactly opposite natal Saturn) - which probably won't be my favorite SLR of the year. Then the 4/23 Demi (which includes both of these progressions) has Jupiter most angular but a more widely foreground Mercury-Venus-Uranus conjunction square Saturn. (I think the Saturn doesn't count: It's not foreground and none of these aspects is quite partile.) So it's Jupiter + Mercury-Venus-Uranus.

The main point is that, at their worst, none of these looks fatal. The February dates (when a natal Moon-Mars-Mars progression also comes to a head) is the worst time.
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by SteveS » Tue May 05, 2020 3:52 pm

Jim wrote:
The main point is that, at their worst, none of these looks fatal.
Heath wise, I think the possible worse is you get hammered (Moon-Mars-Pluto) with some type of health issue, but recover. If you happen to contact the Covid--19 Virus, contact me, I may have an option for you.

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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue May 05, 2020 9:25 pm

Huntington Beach is definitely the place within reasonable driving distance because the farther south we go, the wider the nearly precise Sun-Saturn mundane square. I discovered El Monte has mundane Sun-Saturn square within 0°01'. It's still only 0°05' in HB, but I'll take it.

The southern most spot is at the beach, and 118W00 at the beach is a few score yards south of the pier, right in the middle of the fire pits. The target will be as close as I can be to 118W01'00" 33N40'00". Angularities at that location are:

r Jupiter sq. MC 0°00'
r Mars on WP 0°15'
r Uranus sq. MC 0°17'
t Saturn on WP 0°51'
r Neptune on IC 1°47
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t Mars on MC 5°27'
t Pluto on WP 2°08'
t Uranus sq. Asc 2°26'
r Saturn sq. Asc 2°53'
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Veronica » Wed May 06, 2020 10:32 am

I most certainly hope nothing at all ill happens.

Being susceptible myself I have opted to take pretty strong reigns on my health. during this lockdown have reread most of my holistic textbooks and herbals and have made some major nutritional in my diet that includes "mega" doses of viramins and mineral suppliments as well as restricting carbs to pretty much only low glyciemic load. I highly recommend 3 or 4 g of vit c a day at least.

Elberberry is something worth taking in flu season IMO.

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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Danica » Thu Jul 30, 2020 10:57 pm

Jim, have you considered getting to the Me-Ur line that slices through west of Albuquerque, the mid-west part of Colorado, etc?
It's much closer than the Venus line, reachable by car.

Albuquerque itself puts:

t Me on IC 38'
t Ur on MC 44'

r Sa on IC 17'
r Me on IC 55'
r Pl on AC 7*18'

And in mundo the Lunar aspects to tr planets by orb:
sq Sun 1*25'
opp Ju 1*35'
opp Pl 1*43'

opp Sa 4*41'
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Jul 31, 2020 12:06 am

I did look at that. However, I'm working on the assumption we will be blocked from travel.

Also, Mercury-Uranus wouldn't have an effect on the lunar aspects, which are the real threat. The only thing I think would give me a fighting chance against those is an overwhelmingly angular benefic, e.g., natal Jupiter to an angle within 0°01'. That's the gamble.

Nov 5, 2020 SQ Moon sq. s Mars
Nov 13, 2020 SQ Moon op. s Pluto
Dec 25, 2020 SQ Moon op. r Mars
Feb 4, 2021 SQ Moon op. s Saturn
Mar 2, 2021 SQ Moon sq. r Neptune
Apr 20, 2021 SQ Moon conj. r Uranus
May 4, 2021 SQ Moon conj. r Jupiter

At my age and under current world conditions, there is a definite chance that any of the first five progressions listed above will end my life. (There is also the likely added frailty as Neptune catches up to my Moon in 2021-22 and the matter of protecting employment under these changing conditions.)

I don't actually think that's so because the real peak of simultaneous grievous aspects to both Marion's and my charts is about a year later, in December 2021, though there could be connected events (e.g, getting an inflammatory disease under the above that causes permanent damage that catches up to me later, or completely unrelated events).

There's no outrunning the lunar progressions by going to a different locale, just overbalancing them with (as close as I can get to) overwhelming protection from angles. Mercury and Uranus just won't do that.

(Even worse than a horrible inflammatory disease that does massive damage to internal organs leading to my eventual early death - the first two progressions above could signify my reaction if Trump wins the election!)

From a disease perspective, the closer I get to the Moon-Saturn, the more likely vaccines and effective treatment will be developed. As we approach that period, though, we also get Saturn's conjunction with Marion's Midheaven, which is exact February 18. I think, though, I have some protection until her next Solar Return, at which point we have to find someplace safe for that to set up - for LA she gets Saturn, Mars, and Uranus exceedingly close. (Birmingham is a possibility, if travel is possible. Somewhere near Laredo, TX; any farther north on that Jupiter square MC line starts to bring Saturn to Asc. New Orleans puts Sun exactly angular and Jupiter near one.)

OTOH, next year it may be that nobody will be safe. An anticipated surge in the virus by as much as 50x (if past pandemics can be used as a guide) may basically leave no safe haven.
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Danica » Fri Jul 31, 2020 12:52 am

I think that staying here in the area makes it pronouncedly physical - your nat Ma, Ne, Ur, Sa are there, alongside n Jupiter.
All of them are foreground (i.. these rx along with tr combo of Sa, Ma-Pl!!!);
and the in-mundo Lunar aspects do not have anything nice to add to the picture, in comparison to those on t Me-Ur line.

The t Me-Ur /n Me-Sa line seems less threatening to the physical body. And additionally, the in-mundo Lunar aspects there are supportive, with focus on Su-Pl-Ju, and Sa is farthest away.

Yes, the eclipto Lunar aspects are the same; but within this framework, it's Angles that put experiental emphasis.
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Jul 31, 2020 1:04 am

Danica wrote:
Fri Jul 31, 2020 12:52 am
Yes, the eclipto Lunar aspects are the same; but within this framework, it's Angles that put experiental emphasis.
I see no practical difference between angularity and lunar aspects in a solar return.

I hadn't mentioned that secondary progressions during the same time period also show inflammatory risks. I have progressed Mars semi-square natal Mars exact December 8, with an effect more than a year before and after; with progressed Moon aspecting those two Marses in February, when the worst of the SSR (and Marion's Saturn-MC transit) hit. That, I think, is the riskiest time. (And then, of course, the important progressions within a month or so of December 2021.)
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by SteveS » Fri Jul 31, 2020 1:31 am

Jim wrote:
Also, Mercury-Uranus wouldn't have an effect on the lunar aspects, which are the real threat. The only thing I think would give me a fighting chance against those is an overwhelmingly angular benefic, e.g., natal Jupiter to an angle within 0°01'. That's the gamble.
I totally agree with Jim's thinking here. If there is one thing I have learned from Jim's SSR teachings is the fact our Natal Planets angular in a SSR show us how we will ultimately react to the influences of the SSR as a whole. Jim knows he is under some tough malefic lunar health aspects for his 2020 solar year; so, he wants to afford himself the best protection he can with his Natal benefics---Jupiter! Besides, his natal Jup is tightly cnj his natal Uranus which is Ebertin's "Thank You Lord" aspect. As I have stated before, even if Jim gets in trouble with his health he can then in a knowing way realize he has much higher % for a full recovery with his "Thank You Lord" natal aspect of Jupiter cnj Uranus being tightly placed on his SSR angles for his relocation move for his 2020 SSR. :)

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2020 SSR - The final result

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 10, 2020 7:24 pm

After all this planning... Thursday we discovered we had to run to Las Vegas for personal business. In the course of looking at how I could 'recover' on the SSR planning, I made a very helpful discovery: Whereas I had been trying to maneuver natal Jupiter square SSR MC for refinement - something we couldn't do a few hundred miles east - I wasn't very far from natal Jupiter on SSR EP - the "other" square to Midheaven.

So, I quickly calculated the latitude with that EP that had the best effect - Ascendant at least 2° away from square natal Saturn (I couldn't manage 3°, but at least drove it to Class III angularity), picking the precise square to my Mercury as a best effect. This was (within a few minutes) exactly in Santa Clara, Utah, on the outskirts of St. George.

The good side of this - the Moon aspects to Mars, Mars, Saturn, and Pluto would no longer be also on the angles. (Can't avoid them, but there's some intensity to doubling them up.) The bad side of this - it brought the Mercury-Uranus opposition close to the angles,. What's wrong with Mercury-Uranus, you ask? Well, nothing, really, by itself, and it could be quite good for astrological discoveries. However, this year it comes atop my natal Saturn, Uranus to natal Saturn being famous for uprooting and undercutting one's practical foundation and Mercury to Saturn being usually a long line of nuisances, delays, and assorted troubles.

But it's probably better than the angular transiting Saturn and the Mars squares to Saturn and Pluto along with it. And then there is the natal Jupiter to the angle to try to tip the scales on it.

How did the plan work? Pretty well... not perfectly. There have already been more delays and nuisances in 24 hours than in most months. (This could have been as simple as Mercury's transit to natal Saturn regardless of SSR angularity.) One of these delays is that, despite planning to leave a few hours earlier than we needed to leave, we didn't reach Santa Clara, UT in time. We fell about half an hour short so, GPS armed and loaded, I captured the longitude and latitude of where we were (driving along the I-15) at the exact second of the SSR. It was somewhere near Littlefield, AZ - in that little northwest corner of Arizona that you briefly dip into when driving from Las Vegas around to southwest Utah. The exact coordinates were 36N52'16", 113W57'40".
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Re: 2020 SSR - The final result

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 10, 2020 7:25 pm

The SSR, therefore, occurred October 10, 2020, 1:20:55 AM MST, 36N52'16", 113W57'40". Here is the breakdown (Class I aspects and Class II angularities). Though there are several "voices" in the c hart, by both angularity and aspect precision the strongest factors are two natal aspects, Mercury conjunct Saturn (0°07' orb, planets 41' and 1°43' from an angle) and Jupiter conjunct Uranus (0°13' orb, planets 05' and 08' from an angle). After that comes Mercury-Uranus to natal Saturn. The third layer is Mercury-Uranus to natal Mercury. This, of course, alongside the less comfortable Moon aspects. (I'm curious - no clear expectation at all - what bringing my natal Uranus-Neptune and Jupiter-Neptune aspects into the foreground will mean.)

t Uranus on MC -6°56'
r Mercury sq. Asc -0°41'
r Jupiter on EP -0°08'
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r Uranus on EP +0°05'
t Mercury sq. Asc +0°49'

r Saturn sq. Asc +1°43'
r Neptune on IC +6°17'

-- r Mercury-Saturn conj. 0°07' mundo
-- r Jupiter-Uranus conj. 0°13' in RA
-- t Mercury-Uranus 0°15' mundo
-- t Uranus op. r Saturn 0°26'
-- t Mercury conj. r Saturn 0°55'

-- t Uranus op. r Mercury 1°17' mundo
-- t Mercury conj. r Mercury 1°29'
-- r Uranus-Neptune sq. 2°00'
-- r Jupiter-Neptune sq. 2°16'


t Moon-Mars sq. 0°57'
t Moon-Pluto op. 1°13'
t Moon-Jupiter op. 1°24' mundo
t Moon sq. r Mars 2°40'

Other Partile
t Mars-Pluto sq. 0°15'
t Pluto conj. r. Mars 0°26' mundo
t Saturn sq. r Sun 0°54' mundo
t Saturn sq. r Neptune 0°56'
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Danica » Sat Oct 10, 2020 9:50 pm

:D :D :D
wonderful turn of events!
But it's probably better than the angular transiting Saturn and the Mars squares to Saturn and Pluto along with it. And then there is the natal Jupiter to the angle to try to tip the scales on it.
I‘d say: for sure!!!
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Oct 11, 2020 9:27 am

A simple observation that had eluded me until this morning:

For both setup location and my home ('natal' and 'relocated'), my natal Jupiter-Uranus is exactly angular - on different angles. There are other angular planets compounding the picture, and recent years have convinced me that the 'relocated' (i.e., at home) angularities probably don't matter; nonetheless, if I'm wrong about that, there is still this interesting echo:

For the corner of Arizona where it set up
r Uranus on EP +0°05'
r Jupiter on EP -0°08'
Their midpoint is 01' or 02' from the angle.

For our home on Gramercy Place in LA
r Uranus sq. MC -0°02'
r Jupiter sq. MC -0°19'
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Re: JAE 2020 SSR

Post by Arena » Tue Oct 13, 2020 3:35 pm

Sounds like a fortunate aspect is going to be touching the SSR angles. Good one!

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