Catalogue of Outer Planet Conjunctions

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Catalogue of Outer Planet Conjunctions

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Mar 06, 2020 7:23 pm

There is a strong conviction among many mundane astrologers that the degrees at which outer-planet pairs last "began their cycle" by mutual conjunction remain "significant degrees" for the entire time until the next conjunction. Many think them subject to transits, and that these describe unfolding major events and long-wave phenomena.

To test this, I am providing below the locations of the most recent conjunctions of the five outermost planets.

27°59' Ari - Jupiter-Saturn - May 28 2000 [expires soon]
29°25' Cap - Jupiter-Neptune - Dec 21 2009
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14°28' Tau - Neptune-Pluto - Apr 30 1892
21°50' Leo - Uranus-Pluto - Jun 30 1966
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2°09' Pis - Jupiter-Uranus - Jan 4 2011
3°14' Sag - Saturn-Uranus - Oct 18 1988
15°46' Sag - Saturn-Neptune - Nov 13 1989
23°53' Sag - Uranus-Neptune - Oct 24 1993
27°46' Sag - Saturn-Pluto - Jan 12, 2020
27°50' Sag - Jupiter-Pluto - Nov 12 2020

Upcoming
5°27' Cap - Jupiter-Saturn - Dec 21 2020
28°56' Aqu - Jupiter-Neptune - Apr 12 2022
26°45' Ari - Jupiter-Uranus - Apr 20 2024
5°39' Ari - Saturn-Neptune - Feb 23 2026
2°49' Gem - Saturn-Uranus - Jun 28 2032
19°01' Aqu - Saturn-Pluto - Jun 15 2053
11°23' Ari - Uranus-Pluto - Apr 24 2104
9°23' Cap - Uranus-Neptune - Jan 16 2165
11°56' Tau - Neptune-Pluto - May 20 2385
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Re: Catalogue of Outer Planet Conjunctions

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Apr 11, 2020 2:52 pm

I updated this, given the recent Jupiter-Pluto conjunction. (Deleted the old one, moved up the new one.)
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Re: Catalogue of Outer Planet Conjunctions

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Aug 02, 2020 10:45 am

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Sat Apr 11, 2020 2:52 pm
I updated this, given the recent Jupiter-Pluto conjunction. (Deleted the old one, moved up the new one.)
And I just did this again, replacing the April 4 conjunction with that of June 30.
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Re: Catalogue of Outer Planet Conjunctions

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Nov 18, 2020 7:11 am

I'm leaning toward the conclusion that transits back to these degrees is NOT an important factor. I've been watching these for a time - and I have a few more on my calendar through the end of the year - and occasionally I notice conditions that seem somewhat appropriate for a transit to one of these "last conjunction" places. However, with the best of these, they are nothing dramatic or even major.

So... current thought... this is a traditional theory that doesn't seem to hold up.
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