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Golden Dawn Correspondence Lessons 151

Golden Dawn Correspondence Lessons 151

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LESSON 151-
Astrology 4Li51/1
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DIRECT METHOD OF HOROSCOPE CALCULATION
StepAl
G6eum_Obtained from the person or subject the chart is being calculated for
.
e
.g
. Date of birth, inception or happening
.
Step A2The town, city or area of birth, inception, or happening occurred, again
Step81
CL6a' c
Birth timeor exact time of happening or birth or subjectin concern
.
Step 82
ZONE STANDARD is the standard longitude time zone each country operatesunder from Greenwich, England
. e
.g
. Greenwich England is 00 degreeslongitude, every 15 degrees of longitude west of Greenwich is PLUS one
hour of time, thus 30 degrees West Long. would be 2 hours behind
Greenwich. Now, for East of Greenwich, every 15 degrees would be minusone hour of time so 30 degrees East Long. would be 2 hours ahead ofGreenwich. So in our example, N
.Z
. being in the 12 hour standard timezone East of Greenwich, we MINUS 12 hours from the LOCAL BIRTH TIME
.
Step 83
If the birth took place during summer, or double time (daylight saving)allowance must be made by subtracting the appropriate time that wasadded to the zone clocks.Step 84The result of the calculations being the birth time as it would havebeen at Greenwich meantime, (GMT). Because the result was the productof subtracting in this example, 1
.04p.m
. GMT would be the day before thebirth date LOCAL time, therefore GMT birth is 1
.04p.m
. on 20/6/82 GMT
date
.
TO CALCULATE THE SIGNS ON THE CUSPSExampleTEP A
1
.
Write down BIRTH date
e.g. 21/6/822
.
Write down BIRTH' place
HASTINGS,3
.
Write down LATITUDE of birth place
39
0
SOUTH 40'
4
.
Write down LONGITUDE of birth place176° EAST 52'obtained by the person or subject
.
Step A3The Geographical Latitude of birth place obtained from a map
.
Step A4The Geographical Longitude of birth place obtained from a map
.
STEP BHours Mins Secs
I
.
Write down BIRTHTIME as given
01
04
00
a
.m./teal
.,*
2
.
Write down ZONE STANDARD
12
00
00E-/,H+*3
.
Write Summer (or double) time*
4
.
Greenwich Mean Time
(G.M.T
.)
01
0400 -a m
./p.m.*
GMT date 20/6/82 e
.rm
.
./p.m.*
 
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Step Cl
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.
Is obtained from an EPHEMERIS
. Locate the year of birth and the pages
of the month
,
of birth, then locate the "GMT date" as explained in Step84
. Under the column named 'Sidereal Time' you will find the hours,
minutes and seconds alongside the GMT date
. See Table
(i)(A'
.
There may be times when you will use a midnight ephemeris
. The same
procedure is adopted
.
Step C2
This is the time difference between the GMT and NOON as shown in our
e
xample. 1.04p
.m
. i
s
1 hour and four minutes past the noon which the STsubtract the DIFFERENCE between 1
.04p
.m
. 20th and MN 21st
. In this case
the answer w
uld be 10 h
urs and 56 minutes
.' Of c
urse if the GMT was
1
.04 a
.m
. 21st there w
uld
nly have been lhr 4mins difference between
the MN and GMT time, sthis figure wuld be used
.
The rule is
:-
F
r n
n ephemeris, if GMT is a
.m
. subtract the difference
.
F
r n
n ephemeris, if GMT is p
.m
. add the.difference
.
Fr MN ephemeris, if GMT is a
.m
. add the difference
.
F
r MN ephemeris, if GMT is p
.m
. subtract the difference
.
This final result
of
birth time is the
This
is
also used in
time
the calculation
used
in the following
of planetary
calculations
.
result
positions which will be explained later
.
STEP C
Hours Mins Secs
1
.
Write in SIDEREAL TIME *noon/midnight GMT
05
53
29
2
.
Write to INTERVAL ne/From, *noon/fit 01
0400
RESULT
065729
3
.
Write in the Acceleration on INTERVAL
(Step C2) 10 seconds per hour
10
a
sa
.-/p
.m.+*
4
.
Which equals SIDEREAL TIME at Greenwich
at birth
06
5739
5
.
Write in LONGITUDE TIME EQUIVALENT
11
4700 E+/yl!
6
.
Add 12 hours for the Southern Hemisphere
births(rw% sac assa=~9
--
^
)
+
1200
00
LOCAL SIDEREAL TIME AT BIRTH
2910439
8
.
Subtract 24 hours if necessary
-
2400
.00
RESULT
= 05
10439
9
.
Carry over seconds to minutes, mins
to hours if necessary
= 06
-44
39,
FINAL LOCAL SIDEREAL TIME in this example
is
06
44
39
(Sidereal time) was taken from, so this is added
.
Please make special note
: If using a midnight ephemeris, the probable
ST used would be from Midnight
(MN)
.
If a MN Ephemeris was used in
this
example, midnight
of
the 21st is 00
:00
:00 hours 21st, not 24
:00:00
hours
-
2400 hours, therefore the GMT is subtracted, 1
.04p
.m
. on
the
20th
being within the 12 hour zone, and before
t
he
. S
T
of MN 21st
.
BUT
take
care not to subtract the actual 1 hour and four minutes
.
You
must
 
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