How is the “potential for the event present in the natal” defined?Jim Eshelman wrote: ↑Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:13 pm
Step 1: The potential for the event needs to be present in the natal chart.
Step 2: A secondary progression forms within 1°. This is the only aspect that is eventually interpreted.
Step 3: A "minor progression" - meaning, what I call Quarternaries, or month for a year - must contact the secondary progression within 1°. This is reinforcing, i.e., it adds no symbolism but, so to speak, cocks the gun.
Step 4: A transit within 1° triggers this, i.e., pulls the trigger. Again, it adds no symbolism, it merely triggers the secondary progression.
Take it for what it's worth. Experiment to your heart's content.
FWIW, you presently have no "minor progressions" at 5° anything unless we count your North Node (Church of Light would have counted this). At 4°36' Virgo, it has been retrograding across the 2° range where it trines-sextiles your Mercury-Pluto. It leaves that aspect in early July. I'm not overly excited about this
I.e. would my natal be considered as having Sun-Jupiter, or Sun-Uranus event potential ?