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Ceres in Mundane Astrology

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jun 06, 2018 11:59 pm

I have studied Ceres in the Volcano catalog.

Ceres was closely angular 11 times, which ties Mercury for second place. However, this number is probably not significant compared to the 15 instances of angular Mars.

Moon-Ceres aspects were nearly the lowest at 4. (Neptune has 2. Two other planets have 4.)

The only strongly emergent fact is that Mercury-Ceres aspects were the most common non-lunar foreground aspect for volcanoes, and Sun-Ceres tied the three aspects (Sun-Pluto, Mars-Saturn, Uranus-Pluto) that previously were the leading aspects. I have no idea what a Mercury-Ceres aspect might mean (despite having one in my chart).

I suspect that none of these results is fully significant, given the small number of events. Nonetheless, I need to report them. To draw any further conclusions, we need to continue examining Ceres in other mundane events.


PS - Of the volcanoes, Krakatoa had two Moon-Ceres aspects and one angular Ceres. Pelee had three angular Cereses. Mount St. Helens had Ceres closely angular three times, widely angulr once, and a Moon-Ceres aspect. If there is anything truly meaningful about Ceres in these events, then these three (especially St. Helens) would be the best example of whatever it means.
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Re: Ceres in Mundane Astrology

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:40 am

We have quite a different picture with earthquakes. For a while, it looked like Ceres was going to be the dominant planet for earthquakes - the goddess of earth distinguishing earthquakes from other types of natural disasters. As it turned out, she didn't do too badly, and this might be the best quasi-statistical showing Ceres has ever made in any study!

Total number of angularity was 27, which placed it 4th, right behind Saturn, Uranus, and Mars. Not overly dominant (though a majority of the events seemed to show quite strongly.

For Moon aspects, tied for second place. Only Moon-Uranus (1 more aspect) did better.

Combined angularity and Moon aspects, tied with Mars for third place behind Saturn and Uranus.

This is the only encouraging result I've ever gotten for Ceres. We will keep looking.
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Re: Ceres in Mundane Astrology

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Jun 09, 2018 3:43 pm

Ceres is entirely ordinary for coalmine disasters. Nothing stands out pro or con.

She is right in the middle (average) for both angularity and Moon aspects.
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Re: Ceres in Mundane Astrology

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jun 10, 2018 2:21 pm

For hurricanes, Ceres' angularity is perfectly normal (average) and undistinguished.

It may have a slight edge on Moon aspects, though. Moon-Ceres aspects tied with Moon-Uranus for second most common Moon aspects. (Pluto's lead at 18 is a fair bit larger than Ceres and Uranus at 11.)

Probably there is nothing to see here.
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