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Re: Demi-SLR 9/27/19

Post by Lance » Sat Sep 28, 2019 1:08 pm

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Tue Sep 24, 2019 12:28 pm
My Demi-SLR sets up Friday, September 27, 3:07 PM while I'm still here in LA. Here is the breakdown:

r Uranus on Dsc -4°56'
r Jupiter on Dsc -4°51'
r Mars on Asc -3°36'
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t Mercury sq. Asc +0°29'
t Pluto on Asc +1°02'
r Mercury on MC +1°02
r Saturn on MC +1°52''

t Saturn on Asc +7°06'
t Uranus on IC +8°48'
I’m a little confused. What’s the difference between the stuff above the line and below the line?

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Re: My SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Sep 28, 2019 2:23 pm

That's where the angle actually is. Notice of the numbers go from negative numbers high to low then positive numbers low to high on the other side. It's just easier for me to see things when I draw a line at the "zero" spot (0°00') between the two.
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SLR 10/11/19

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Oct 07, 2019 11:02 pm

I get an inadvertent break on my next SLR, which occurs Friday less than 12 hours after my new SSR. We'll be out of town so an SLR with Saturn closely angular becomes a mediocre charge with Saturn so-so angular. More later, but for now here are mundoscopes of the two (first the SLR for my home, then for where I think I will be the minute it sets up).
SLR Gramercy.jpg
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Re: My SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Oct 11, 2019 8:20 am

SLR occurred this morning at 34N29'02", 120W13'49". Just recording it now, will calculate and do workup when I get home tomorrow.
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Re: My SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 12, 2019 2:55 pm

My SLR that just completed was sufficiently accurate. In particular, the Mars-Neptune coincided with surprising toxic impact of food and drink, which faded by the Demi.

The Mercury-Venus was, perhaps, most dominant. The two main events of the month were the starting of the new SSR/SLR class, which I think is going well - people seem to be really getting the whole idea within the first couple of weeks - and my NYC trip which, though under strong Mercury-Mars-Pluto Demi-SLR that was descriptive, also went surprisingly well and leveraged every bit of Mercury-Venus I could manage. I think they are both descriptive.
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SLR 10/11/19

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 12, 2019 2:59 pm

About 11 hours after my new SSR, I had a new SLR occur October 11, 2019, 6:28:35 AM PDT at the Gaviota rest stop on 101; specifically, at 34N29'02", 120W13'49".

The SLR for that location is kinder than the one for home. Of course, on returning home I pick up the LA angles as a relocation, though perhaps not as strongly. (We shall see as the month proceeds.)

t Sun on Asc -7°55'
r Sun on Asc -7°27'
t Saturn on IC -3°35'
t Mars on Asc +5°13'

-- t Sun conj. r Sun 0°28'
-- t Saturn sq. r Sun 3°07'
-- t Sun-Saturn sq. 3°35'

ADD PVP Aspects:
Venus-Uranus op. 0°23'
Mercury-Venus conj. 1°12' PVP
Mercury-Uranus op. 1°35' PVP

Other Partile
None.



Nothing is particular close to the angles, though Saturn is closest, moderately foreground. The one partile aspect is transiting Sun conjunct natal Sun near Ascendant. The most interesting aspects, though - something to learn, perhaps? - are the three PVP aspects that otherwise wouldn't be visible in the chart. I'm not sure how to distinguish their operation, though, since the same aspects are exactly angular in the new SSR.
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