NEW Prliminary Report: GOOD EVENTS

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NEW Prliminary Report: GOOD EVENTS

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Apr 21, 2019 1:53 pm

Years ago (back on the old forum), Jupiter Sets at Dawn started a thread of "good events" in the Mundane Astrology section to address the near absence of such things in the history of Sidereal mundane astrology publishing or available research.

It took years for me to feel we had enough to run with, and for me to decide what to do with it. I finally decided simply to add them as a "Good Events" chapter on their own - a nice wrap-up to the dozens of chapters of disasters. (At last, the book has a happy ending! :) )

I've finished the first stable draft of what eventually will be a new chapter in a new edition of Sidereal Mundane Astrology. I have the chapter as a separate file that you can download now. (I found this to be quite a lot of fun.)

https://1drv.ms/b/s!Ansnmu2xbktamtMVFUHzsvQF4IWIag
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Re: NEW Prliminary Report: GOOD EVENTS

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Sun Apr 21, 2019 2:49 pm

Would the rescue of the boys from the Tham Luang caves in Chiang Rai, Thailand last year be appropriate here?
They were found July 2, 2018, no time, first good report at 16:14 and brought out almost a week later.
The rescue mission started on 8 July, with divers entering the cave at 10:00 local time (03:00 GMT). The first boy emerged at 17:40 and by 19:47, three more had followed. Then they paused for the night and the rest came out the next day.

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Re: NEW Prliminary Report: GOOD EVENTS

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Apr 21, 2019 4:46 pm

Jupiter Sets at Dawn wrote:
Sun Apr 21, 2019 2:49 pm
Would the rescue of the boys from the Tham Luang caves in Chiang Rai, Thailand last year be appropriate here?
They were found July 2, 2018, no time, first good report at 16:14 and brought out almost a week later.
The rescue mission started on 8 July, with divers entering the cave at 10:00 local time (03:00 GMT). The first boy emerged at 17:40 and by 19:47, three more had followed. Then they paused for the night and the rest came out the next day.
I found the data and did a full work-up. It is grossly different from the other "happy events" - in fact, it looks like a classic tragedy. This isn't a reason to exclude it (and I'm keeping the work-up posted and available for anyone to see), but it is a reason not to race to add it to a small group of data where the data points of this one event would numerically upend the rest of the set.

I'll keep it around until I can work with it some more. Maybe there are things I don't know yet (I remember reading something about a sexual molestation scandal around the rescue, but didn't bother to read it). Or maybe it eventually needs to be listed, like Mount Tambora, as a statistical outlier. Thanks for the recommendation and pointing me to it, this should have been worked up last year. At the moment, it seems the charts are more about them getting lost than them getting found. (I also did the lunar ingresses for them getting lost, which were quite descriptive.)
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