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# LESSON 151 - Astrology 4 Li51/1

STEP A Example

## 1. Write down BIRTH date e .g . 21/6/82

2. Write down BIRTH' place HASTINGS,
3. Write down LATITUDE of birth place 39 0 SOUTH 40'
4. Write down LONGITUDE of birth place 176° EAST 52'

Step Al G6eum_
Obtained from the person or subject the chart is being calculated for .
e .g . Date of birth, inception or happening .

Step A2
The town, city or area of birth, inception, or happening occurred, again
obtained by the person or subject .

Step A3
The Geographical Latitude of birth place obtained from a map .

Step A4
The Geographical Longitude of birth place obtained from a map .

## I. Write down BIRTH TIME as given 01 04 00 a .m ./teal.,*

2. Write down ZONE STANDARD 12 00 00 E-/,H+*
3. Write Summer (or double) time*

## 4. Greenwich Mean Time (G .M .T .) 01 04 00 -a m ./p .m .*

GMT date 20/6/82 e.rm../p .m .*

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Step 81 CL6a' c
Birth time or exact time of happening or birth or subject in concern .

Step 82
ZONE STANDARD is the standard longitude time zone each country operates
under from Greenwich, England . e .g . Greenwich England is 00 degrees
longitude, every 15 degrees of longitude west of Greenwich is PLUS one

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hour of time, thus 30 degrees West Long . would be 2 hours behind
Greenwich . Now, for East of Greenwich, every 15 degrees would be minus
one hour of time so 30 degrees East Long . would be 2 hours ahead of
Greenwich . So in our example, N .Z . being in the 12 hour standard time
zone 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 was
added to the zone clocks .

I Step 84
The result of the calculations being the birth time as it would have
been at Greenwich meantime, (GMT) . Because the result was the product

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of subtracting in this example, 1 .04p .m . GMT would be the day before the
birth date LOCAL time, therefore GMT birth is 1 .04p .m . on 20/6/82 GMT
date .

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This final result of birth time is the time used in the following
calculations . This result is also used in the calculation of planetary
positions which will be explained later .

1 STEP C

Hours Mins Secs

53 29

## 1 2. Write to INTERVAL ne/From, *noon/fit 01

RESULT 06
04
57
00
29

f 3.

4.
Write in the Acceleration on INTERVAL
(Step C2) 10 seconds per hour
Which equals SIDEREAL TIME at Greenwich
10 a.sa .-/p .m .+ *

1 5.
6.
at birth
Write in LONGITUDE TIME EQUIVALENT
Add 12 hours for the Southern Hemisphere
+
06
11
57
47
39
00 E+/yl!

## births (rw% sac assa=~ 9-- ^ •) 12 00 00

I 8.
LOCAL SIDEREAL TIME AT BIRTH
Subtract 24 hours if necessary -
29
24
104
00
39
.00

RESULT = 05 104 39
9. Carry over seconds to minutes, mins
to hours if necessary = 06 -44 39,

## 1 FINAL LOCAL SIDEREAL TIME in this example is 06 44 39

Step Cl - O. ovut .
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 Step
84 . 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

f 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 ST
(Sidereal time) was taken from, so this is added .

## 1 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

## t - 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
subtract 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, s this figure w uld be used .

1 The
F r
rule is :-
n n ephemeris, if GMT is a .m . subtract the difference .
n n ephemeris, if GMT is p .m . add the .difference .

I F r
F r
F r
MN ephemeris, if GMT is a .m . add the difference .
MN ephemeris, if GMT is p .m . subtract the difference .

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if the GMT is bef re the ST subtract the difference, if the GMT is after
the ST, add the difference .

Step C3
F r every h ur subtracted r added fr m/t the ST e .g . Step C2, ten
sec nds per h ur is als subtracted r added, whatever t k place

A initially .

## I 4 h urs = 40 sec nds (10 sec nds per h ur)

30 minutes = 5 sec nds (half f 1 h ur = half f 10 sec nds) .

f Step C4
Which equals ST at Greenwich at birth . S we n w have the exact ST if
birth had happened at Greenwich . Next is t c nvert this back t l cal
time .

Step C5
L ngitude time equivalent is btained fr m Step A4, 176° East 52' . T
f l ngitude equals f ur minutes f
t c nvert this t
man time . S :
time, each degree

## 176° 52' x 4' = 11 h urs 47 minutes .

Step C6
Self explanat ry .

Step C7
The result being l cal ST at birth .
Once the calculati ns g t the exact GMT ST at birth then the necessary
calculati ns c uld be made t btain the LOCAL ST at birth .

1 Step C8
There are nly 24 h urs in a day s any calculati n 24 h urs and ver
has 24 h urs subtracted t get the final calculati n .

Step C9
Sec nds and minutes w rk n the N . 60 ; each 60 sec nds aut matically

## t bec me 1 minute and each 60 minutes aut matically bec mes 1 h ur .

STEP 0 Example

1 1.
2.
Carry f rward y ur final ST result 06 :44 :39
Carry f rward y ur Latitude fr m Step A3 39° SOUTH 40'

## t 3. Using the "Tables f H uses"

( r latitude nearest) .
pen up at the page f r latitude 39 0 40'

## 4. L cate in the "Sidereal Time" C lumn y ur SI result (See Table (i)(b) .

Y u will find the ST nearest y ur ST using ur example, is 6 :43 :31 .
This will be the figure y u will w rk fr m . N te als the difference

I between :
06 :44 :39
06 :43 :31
= 00 :01 :08
in the event f wanting m re accurate results .
- .- -- Table (i)(b) -_-- _- -

"Raphael's Tables o f Houses for Northern Latitudes" W. Foulsham & Co Ltd, England. -
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5. Follow your f i n g e r along t h e l i n e from 06:43:31 and t h e following
numbers w i l l read: 10/13/13/8.42/6/6.
Now look a t t h e headings above t h e columns, then run your eye down each
column and see i f a z o d i a c s i g n changes b e f o r e your ST, then form your
new l i n e f o r t h e headings.
ST
Change a t 6:13:5
s
10
Y 12
9 -
Ascen
a
2
r?y,
Jv
Change a t 6:17:26 rVm
Result
#Now Convert t o
Southern hem.,
e.g. a l l s i g n s
n/
n/
X T 8 =
a r e changed t o
t h e i r opposite
signs
Place i n degrees . .
a s noted along 10 13 13 8.42 6 6
your ST l i n e

## norH,n b&p\nutc %.-a -

# only i f c a l c u l a t i o n s have been made f o r a Southern L a t i t u d e b i r t h .
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## N w , t h e 10 a t t h e t o p of t h e column means t h e 1 0 t h house (10th c u s p ) , t h e 11

(11th c u s p ) , t h e 1 2 ( 1 2 t h c u s p ) , t h e Ascen is t h e ascendant which is t h e 1st
cusp, t h e 2 (2nd c u s p ) , t h e 3 ( t h e 3rd cusp).
6. Follow your e y e s down t h e columns and you w i l l s e e t h e r e s u l t s are:-
1 0 t h cusp is 10° 'V?
1 1 t h cusp is 1 3 O
1 2 t h cusp is 1 3 O #
Ascen is 80T42
2nd cusp is 6O 8
3rd cusp is 6O
STEP E
Carry forward Step 06 f o r u s e i n t h i s s t e p .
On your horoscope wheel p l a c e t h e s e s i g n s and t h e i r degrees onto t h e cusps o f
t h e houses which they have been a l o t t e d t o . See diagram I
Sau A c v m x
T h e n ~ f o l l o w i n n a t u r a l progression around t h e wheel t h e o t h e r s i g n s o f t h e
zodiac along with t h e degrees o f t h e s i g n s o p p o s i t e them. I t is important
t h a t t h e s i g n s o p p o s i t e each o t h e r a r e t h e ones o r d i n a r i l y o p p o s i t e i n n a t u r a l
progression; f o r t h e c a s e o f i n t e r c e p t e d houses see diagram IIX
PROGRESSED DATA BlRTH CHART
D M Y

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PROGRESSED DATA

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NAME No.
No. 2 - fh. " H O W Chrr DfRECT METHOD D a g n e d by M.E.HONE.
TO CALCULATE THE PLANETARY POSITIONS

## Using 'Tables o f D i u r n a l Planetary Motion',published by American

Federation o f Astrologers, Arizona.
(Note: Carry forward GMT o f b i r t h e.g. i n t h e example used t h e GMT was
1 . 0 4 ~.m.

## TABLE 1: (For t h e c a l c u l a t i o n of t h e Sun's p o s i t i o n ONLY)

STEP 1
Open up your ephemeris again a t t h e b i r t h date and month, l o c a t e t h e GMT
date. Note whether t h e GMT b i r t h time i s b e f o r e o r a f t e r t h e GMT date.
Ift h e time i s b e f o r e 12 noon o f t h e date,you w i l l be working w i t h t h e
date before t h e GMT date, i f t h e GMT b i r t h t i m e i s a f t e r 12 noon GMT
date you w i l l be working w i t h t h e date a f t e r t h e GMT date.

## GMT b i r t h time and d a t e was 1.04p.m. 20/6/82. We want t o know t h e sunk 24

hour motion between 20/6/82 and 21/6/82.,

## From t h e ephemeris, t h e Sun column shows on 21 June 1982 t h a t t h e

Sun i s i n ZL 29O 47' 07"
and on 20th June 1982 Sun i s i n 28O 49' 50"
With t h i s p a r t i c u l a r example, t o s u b t r a c t t h e 20th from t h e 21st we w i l l have
t o c a r r y some hours and minutes over.
Example
0 1 I'

## Then we s u b t r a c t - 2828 a 10649 67

50
Result being d i f f e r e n c e and t h e 00 57 17
distance t h e sun t r a v e l l e d
i n 24 hours from noon
.- 20th t o noon 21st.

## Now l o o k up i n Table 6;)

&) bc\or. . t h e column which heads t h e
numbers 57' 17". Apparently t h e r e i s n ' t one so we go t o t h e nearest
number (57 * 101@).

## Now remember t h e GMT b i r t h t i m e on t h e 20th was 1 h r and 4 mins so

t a k i n g t h e Four minutes go t o t h e ' 4 ' under t h e heading "Time 0 Hours
Minw then Follow t h e rank over u n t i l you a r e under t h e 57' 18" column.

## The answer w i l l be 0'1OW.

Then under t h e column "hoursN go t o t h e 1 hour time of b i r t h then across
t o 57' 18" and you w i l l have 2' 23".

~ d these
d together
"Raphael's Astronomical Ephemeris of Planets' Places for 1982", W. Foulsham &
I I

TABLE l TABLE l
RATE DF 24-HOUR MOTION F 24-HOUR YO1 ION
i5?
*
The
0 Hours , : 0 Hours 57 06
4?
Mln
1 1 51
1 53

68

7
1 55
158
200
2 02
2 05
8 2 07
9 2 10
10 2 12
11 2 14
12 2 17
13 2 19
14 222
15 2 24
16
17
18
19
20
21
n
23
24
25
28
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
Add t h e r e s u l t ( 2 ' 33") t o t h e Sun's p o s i t i o n b e f o r e t h e time o f b i r t h .
I n t h i s case i t i s t h e p o s i t i o n on t h e 20th.
2 8 O Z 49' 50''

## Now check down t h e sun column i n t h e ephemeris f o r t h e zodiac s i g n t h e

sun i s i n on t h e GMT day.-
Our example shows: .

## a 2E0 52' 23" w i l l be t r a n s f e r e d t o your horoscope.

TABLE I1 ( f o r a l l o t h e r p l a n e t s )

## For t h e Moon:- (see t a b l (ii)(c)

~ and (ii>(d))

=on 21st 29O 51 ' 30' Carry over Sec 29O * 50 ' 90 ''
D o n 20th 14O x 40' 33" inu us
Result, motion o f moon i n 24 hours
-=15O
14 40 33
1012/"

## Add t o the 20th Moon p o s i t i o n 14'- 40' 33"

e.g. remember t h e moon has moved from + 40' 29"
noon 20th so t h e motion must be added
t o get the p o s i t i o n a t b i r t h . = 14O %8O1 62"
which equals 15O Jl2 21' 02" This f i g u r e i s
transfered t o t h e
horoscope.

## On l o o k i n g down t h e Mercury column you w i l l see an 8 and a D. Mercury had

gone Retrograde i n motion then D i r e c t i n motion befo-re t h e GMT date, t h e r e f o r e
t h e p l a n e t motion would be d i r e c t and the c a l c u l a t i o n made as above.

## \$ on 20th - 8' 14'

24hr motion being O0 32'
"Raphael's Astronomical Ephemeris o f Planets1 Places for 1982", W. Foulsham &
Co, England.
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TABLE ll TABLE ll
RATE-OF24-HOUR MOTION Tlme RATE OF 24-HOUR MOTION
1?1?. 1?13'.1 lr14'
1 . 1?1,5'. 1?1,6'. 1?!7'. 0 Hours
Mln.
1 038 030 036 038 030 030 0% 46
2 118 116 118 116 1 16 1 18 1 16 47
4 164 154 154 154 154 155
&
48
232 232 232 232 233 233 49
310 310 310 311 311 311 50
6 348 348 348 348 349 349 349 51
7 426 428 426 427 427 427 428 52
8 604 504 504 505 505 505 506 53
S 542 642 642 643 543 543 544 54
10 620 820 620 621 621 622 822 55
11 858 658 858 659 659 700 700 58
12 735 736 736 737 737 738 738 57
13 813 814 816 815 816 816 817 58
14 851 852 853 863 854 854 855 59
15 029 930 931 031 032 932 933 60
16 1007 1008 1009 1009 1010 1011 1011
17 1045 1046 1047 1047 1048 10 49 1050
18 1123 1124 1126 1125 1128 1127 1128
19 1201 1202 1203 1204 1204 1205 1206
20 1239 1240 1241 1242 1242 1243 1244
21 13 17 13 18 13 10 1320 1321 1321 1322
22 1355 1366 1357 1358 1359 1400 14 01
23 1433 1434 1435 1436 1437 1438 1439
24 15 11 15 12 15 13 1514 15 15 15 I6 1517
25 1540 1550 1551 1552 1563 1554 1555
26 1627 1628 1629 1630 1631 1632 1633
27 1705 1708 1707 1708 1709 17 10 17 12
28 17 43 17 44 17 45 1746 17 48 17 49 1750
29 1821 18 22 18 23 1824 1826 18 27 1828
30 1859 1900 1901 1902 1004 1905 1906
31 lQ37 19 38 10 39 1041 19 42 1043 19 44
32 2015 2016 2017 2019 2020 2021 2023
33 2053 20 54 2055 2057 20 58 20 59 21 01
34 21 31 21 32 21 33 2135 21 36 21 38 21 39
35 2209 2210 2211 2213 2214 2216 2217

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In the table
32' column for 4' 0' 05"
32' column for lhr 1' 20"
1' 25" which is added to the Mercury
position on 20th

14'
01' 25"

For Venus :

## 25° t5 16' from 1° 11' 0' 11"

24° 5° column + 2' 57"
10 ll' '2' 6;-
2
3' 09"
240 8 5' 00"
+ 3' 09"
24° 6 8' 09"

For Mars :-

I

9°=,a=
-8 0
S
' '
42'
from 0° 23' column 0' 04"
+ 0' 57"
0° 23' 1' 01"
8 0 „Owh2 t 00"
+ 1' 01"

8° X3 9 1"

For Jupiter :- Note Jupiter goes Retrograde (8:) before the 20th and 21st and
turns direct after these dates, therefore. Jupiter is still considered & . In
this event the last calculation is subtracted . This method is used with

## 20th 0° My 31' note less figure No figure in 4' rank of

21st - 0° 30' subtracted from 1' column .
1' greater .
2" in 1 hr rank and 1'
column .

on the 20th Jupiter is 31' into scorpio . 60" (lmin) will have to be carried
over to the seconds column to subtract the 2" from the tables .

## 20th 8 00 30' 60"

minus 02"
M030 1 58"

I If there had been no apparent motion between the 20th and 21st retrograde
figures, the figures in the ephemeris would be copied straight onto the
horoscope and considered Retrograde Stationary (8S) .

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NEW M n-June 21, Ilk . 52m . a.m. (29' n 47') Fuu. M n-June 6. 3h. 39m. P.m. (\$50 1 37')
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22 23
TABLE 11 TABLE II
RATE OF 24-HOUR MOTION Time RATE OF 24-HOUR MOTION
Time 0'35' r
0 H urs 0'29' r 0'30' 031' f0°32' 0 H urs 0°29' 0'30' 0°31' 0°32' 0'33' 0'34' 0'35'
r • . r h. Min. • 1 . • I r • I r
min .
001 0 01 0 01 0 01 001 0 01 0 01 48 056 0 57 0 59
1 101 103 105 107
002 002 003 003 003 003 0 03 47 0 57
2 0 59 101 103 105 107 109
3 004 004 004 004 004 004 48 058 100 102 104 108 108 1 10
005 005 • 0 05 0 05 006 008 49 0 59 101
0 103 105 107 109 III
006 006 0 06 0 07 0 07 0 07 50 100
5 102 105 1 07 1 09 III 1 13
6 0 07 0 07 008 008 008 0 08 009 51 102 104 106 108 I t 1 12 1 15
008 009 009 009 010 010 010 52 103 105
7 107 109 1 11 1 14 1 16
8 010 0 10 0 10 011 011 Oil 0 12 53 104 106 108 III 1 13 1 15
013 013 1 17
9 011 011 012 012 012 54 105 107 1 10 1 12 1 14 1 16 1 19
10 012 012 013 013 0 14 014 014 55 106 109 III 1 13 1 16 I la 120
11 013 014 014 015 015 016 016 56 108 1 10
017
1 12 1 15 1 17 It 122
12 014 015 015 016 0 16 017 57 109 1 11 1 14 i18
019 118 121 123
13 016 016 017 017 018 018 58 110 112
020
1 15 I la 120 1 23 125
14 017 017 018 019 019 020 59 1 11 1 14 1 16 1 19 121 1 24 126
15 018 0 19 0 19 020 021 0 21 0 22 60 1 12 1 15 1 17 120 1 22 1 25 127
019 020 021 021 0 22 0 23 0 23
16
021 0 21 0 22 0 23 0 23 024 025
17
18 0 22 022 023 0 24 0 25 025 026
19 0 23 024 024 0 25 0 26 0 27 0 28
20 0 24 025 026 0 27 0 27 0 28 ' 029
21 0 25 026 027 0 28 0 29 030 031 H urs
0 27 0 27 0 28 029 030 0 31 0 32 1 12
22 1 15 1 17 122 1 25 127
23 0 28 0 29 030 0 31 0 32 0 33 0 34 2 25 230 235 40 2 45 2 50 2 55
24 029 030 031 0 32 0 33 034 035 3 37 3 45 3 52 400 4 07 415 4 22
25 030 0 31 0 32 033 034 035 036 450 500 . 510 520 530 5 40 550
0 34 035 036 0 37 038 6 02 6 15 6 27 6 40 6 52 7 05 7 17
26 031 0 32
0 33 0 34 0 35 0 36 0 37 0 38 0 39 715
27 730 7 45 800 8 15 830 \$45
28 0 34 0 35 0 36 0 37 0 39 040 041 8 27 8 45 902 920 9 37 9 55 1012
29 0 35 036 0 37 0 39 0 40 041 042 940 1000 1020 1040 1100 1120 1140
30 0 36 037 039 040 041 042 044 1062 Ills 1137 1200 1222 1245 1307
0 39 040 0 41 0 43 044 045 1205 1230 1265 1320 1345 1410 1435
31 0 37
0 39 040 041 043 044 0 45 0 47 1317
32 1345 14 12 1440 1507 1535 1602
33 0 40 0 41 0 43 0 44 0 45 047 048 14.30 1500 1530
049 1800 1630 1700 1730
34 041 0 42 0 44 045 047 048 1542 1615 16 47 1720 1752 18 25 18 57
35 0 42 0 44 0 45 0 47 0 48 049 051 1655 1730 1805 1840 1915 1950 2025
046 5i . 052 1807 1845 1922 2000 2037 21 15 2152
36 0 43 045
0 44 0 46 0 47 0 51 0 53 1920 2000 2040
37 2120 2200 2240 2320
0 46 047 049 0 53 0 55 2032 21 15
38 2157 2240 2322 2405 2447
0 47 048 050 055 057 21 45 2230
39 2315 2400 24 45 2530 2615
40 0.48 050 052 0 57 058 22 57 2345 2432 2520 2607 2655 2742
058 t 24 10 2500 2550 2640 2730 2820 2910
41 0 49 0 51 0 53
42 051 052 054 0 59 1 01 2522 26 15 2707 2800 2852 2945 3037
0 52 0 54 056 1 01 103 2635 2730
43 2825 2920 3015 31 10 3205
44 0 53 0 55 0 57 102 104 27 47 2846 2942 3040 31 37 3235 3332
0 54 0 56 0 58 1 04 106 2900 3000
45 3100 3200 3300 3400 3500

34 35
TABLE 11 ' TABLE II
RATE OF 24-HOUR MOTION Time RATE OF 24-HOUR MOTION
Time 0 H urs 1. 12'
1'17' 1143' 1.
e 14' nr
0 H urs 1e.12' 1'13' 1'14' 1'15' 1e.16' 1 .15' 1 .18' 1 .17'
I e e I r map *g I r O / O Min. e I e e I r s & O / I e I r
.», Min .
0 03 0 03 0 03 0 03 46 2 16 2 18 220 2 22 2 24 228 2 28
1 003 0 03 0 03
006 006 006 47 2 19 221 2 23 2 25 2 27 229 231
2 008 006 006 0 06
0 09 0 09 0 09 010 48 2 22 2 24 228 2 28 2 30 2 32 2 34
2 0 09 009
012 0i2 0 13 013 49 2 25 2 27 229 231 2 33 2 35 2 37
012 012
016 016 018 5 2 28 2 30 2 32 2 34 2 38 2 38 2 40
5 015 015 015
018 0 19 019 019 51 2 31 233 2 35 2 37 2 39 241 2 44
6 018 018 0 18
021 021 022 022 0 22 0 23 52 2 34 2 36 238 2 40 2 42 2 45 2 47
7 021
0 25 0 25 0 25 0 28 53 2 37 2 39 241 2 43 2 46 2 48 2 50
8 0 24 0 24 0 24
0 28 0 28 0 28 0 29 54 2 40 2 42 2 44 2 46 2 49 251 2 53
9 0 27 0 27 0 27
b 030 031 031 0 32 0 32 55 2 43 2 45 2 48 250 2 52 254 2 57
10 0 30 030
0 34 0 34 0 35 0 35 58 2 46 2 48 250 253 2 55 2 57 300
11 033 0 33 0 33
036 036 037 037 0 38 0 38 57 2 48 251 2 53 2 65 2 58 300 303
12 0 35
040 041 0 41 0 42 58 2 52 2 54 258 2 59 301 3 04 306
13 0 38 039 040
041 0 42 0 43 0 43 0 44 0 44 0 45 59 2 54 2 57 2 59 302 304 3 07 3 09
14
048 046 047 0 47 0 48 60 2 57 300 3 02 3 05 3 07 3 10 312
15 0 44 045
16 0 47 0 48 0 49 0 49 050 0 51 0 51
17 050 051 052 052 053 0 54 0 55 I

18 0 53 0 54 0 55 0 55 0 56 0 57 0 58
19 056 0 57 0 58 0 59 0 59 100 . 101
4 20 0 59 100 101 1 02 1 02 103 1 04
0
21 1 02 1 03 1 04 1 05 106 106 107
106 107 1 08 109 110 111 5L 300 302 305 3 07 310 3 12
22 1 05
110 111 112 113 114 2 55 600 6 05 610 815 620 6 25
23 108 109
112 113 114 115 1 16 1 17 3 8 52 900 9 07 915 9 22 930 9 37
24 III
1 16 1 17 lie 119 120 4 11 50 1200 1210 1220 1230 1240 1250
25 1 14 1 15
5 14 47 1500 15 12 1626 1537 1550 1602
26 1 17 1 18 1 19 120 1 21 1 22 1 23
1 21 1 22 1 23 1 24 1 25 1 27 8 1745 1800 18 15 1830 1845 1900 1915
27 120
28 123 124 125 126 128 1 29 130 7 2042 2100 2117 2135 21 52 2210 2227
1 26 127 128 129 131 132 133 8 2340 2400 2420 2440 2500 2520 2540
29
129 1 30 131 1 32 134 1 35 136 9 2637 2700 2722 2745 2807 2830 2662
30
10 2935 3000 3095 3050 31 15 31 40 3205
31 1 32 1 33 1 34 1 36 1 37 138 1 39
1 37 1 39 1 40 141 143 11 3232 3300 3327 3365 3422 3450 35 17
32 1 35 1 36
33 138 139 140 142 143 1 44 1 46 12 3530 3600. 3630 3700 3730 3800 3830
1 42 1 43 1 45 1 46 148 149 13 3827 3900 3932 4005 4037 41 10 41 42
34 1 41
1 46 1 48 1 49 1 51 1 52 14 41 25 4200 4235 4310 4345 4420 4455
35 1 44 1 45
15 4422 4500 4537 4615 4652 4730 4807
36 1 46 148 149 151 152 1 54 1 55
1 52 1 53 I SS 1 56 ISO 16 4720 4800 4840 4920 5000 5040 5120
37 1 49 150
1 52 154 156 157 159 200 2 02 17 50 17 5100 5142 5225 5307 5350 6432
38
39 1 55 1 57 1 59 200 2 02 2 03 2 05 18 53 15 5400 54 45 5530 5615 5700 57 45
200 202 203 205 2 07 208 19 56 12 5700 5747 6835 5922 10010 10057
40 1 58 20 5910 10000 10050 10140 10230 10320 10410
41 201 2 03 2 05 206 2 08 210 212
208 2 09 211 213 215 21 10207 10300 10352 104 45 10536 10630 10722
42 2 04 206
213 214 2 16 2 18 22 1 05 05 10600 10665 10750 10845 10940 1 10 35
43 2 07 209 211
2 12 214 2 16 217 2 19 221 23 10802 10900 1 09 57 1 10 55 11152 11250 1 13 47
44 2 10
217 219 221 2 22 2 24 24 11100 11200 11300 11400 11500 1 1600 11700
45 2 13 215

TABLE I1 TABLE I1
RATE OF 24-HOUR MOTION Time RATE OF 24-HOUR MOTION
0'27' 0°28' 0 H urs 0°22' 0.23' 0'24' 0-25- 0'28' 0°27' 0'28'
O • I O
/ M
Min . O / O I O I M O I • • I M • I M • I M

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7 0 07
008 008 008 009 009 009 53 0 49 051 0 53 0 55 0 57 100 102
8 0 07
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9 008 0 09
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10 009.
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11 010 Oil
0 12 0 12 013 013 014 57 0 52 0 55 0 57 0 59 1 02 104 108
12 011 011
0 12 013 014 014 015 015 58 0 53 056 0 58 100 103 1 05 108
13 012
014 015 015 016 018 59 0 54 0 57 0 59 1 01 104 108 109
14 013 013
15 014 014 0 15 0 16 016 017 017 60 ass 0 57 100 1 02 105 1 07 1 10
0 16 017 017 018 019
16 015 015
016 017 018 Ol8 019 020
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019 019 020 021
18 0 16 017 018
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20 018 019
0 20 021 022 023 024 0 24 Hi V
21 019
021 0 22 0 23 0 24 0 25 0 26 055 102 105 107 1 10
22 020
023 024 025 026 0 27 2 150 205 210 215 2 20
23 021 022
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24 0 22
025 026 027 028 029 4 3 40 410 420 430 4 40
25 0 23 0 24
029 030 5 4 35 5 12 5 25 5 37 550
0 24 0 25 026 027 028 II
26 031
0 25 0 26 027 028 029 030 6 530 5 45 800 815 630 6 45 700
27 0 33
0 26 0 27 028 029 030 032 7 6 25 642 700 7 17 735 7 52 810
28
0 28 029 030 031 033 0 34 8 720 7 40 800 8 20 8 40 900 920
29 0 27
030 031 032 034 0 35 9 8 15 8 37 900 9 22 9 45 1007 1030
30 0 27 029
10 910 9 35 1000 1025 1050 11 15 11 40
030 0 31 0 32 0 34 0 35 036
31 0 28
031 0 32 0 33 0 35 036 0 37 11 1005 1032 1100 11 27 11 55 1222 1250
32 0 29
0 33 0 34 036 0 37 0 38 12 1100 11 30 1200 1230 1300 1330 1400
33 030 0 32
0 33 034 035 037 038 0 40 13 11 55 1227 1300 1332 1405 14 37 15 10
34 031
035 036 038 039 041 14 12 50 1325 1400 14 35 1510 15 45 1620
35 0 32 0 34
0 40 0 42 15 1345 14 22 1500 15 37 16 15 1652 17 30
36 0 33 0 34 036 0 37 0 39
0 35 0 37 0 39 0 40 0 42 0 43 16 14 40 1640 1720 1800 18 40
37 0 33
038 040 041• 043 0 44 17 1535 17 42 18 25 1907 1950
38 0 34 0 36
0 37 039 041 042 044 0 46 18 1630 18 45 1930 2015 2100
39 0 35
0 37 0 38 040 042 043 045 0 47 19 17 25 1947 2035 21 22 2210
40
0 48 20 18 20 2050 21 40 2230 2320
0 38 0 39 041 043 044 046
41
0 40 042 044 045 047 0 49 21 1915 21 52 22 45 2337 2430
42 038
0 39 041 0 43 0 45 0 47 0 48 0 50 22 2010 2255 2350 24 45 25 40
43
0 42 0 44 0 46 0 48 0 49 051 23 21 05 2357 24 55 2552 26 50
44 0 40
0 43 045 047 049 051 0 52 24 2200 2500 2600 2700 2800
45 041

## TABLE 11 ' TABLE 11

RATE OF 24-HOUR MOTION Time RATE OF 24-HOUR MOTION
0°03' 0'04' 0'05' 0'08• 0°07' 0 H urs 0'0'2' 0'03' 0°04' O'05' 0 O6' 0'07' »
0'02'
• t • e 1 • • . • • I » Min. • . I e I » • I • e I »
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001 47 002 004 006 008 010 012 014
001 0 01 0 01 48 002 004 006 008 010 0 12 014
0 01 0 01 001 001 49 0 02 004 006 008 010 012 014
001 001 001 001 001 50 002 004 006 008 010 012 015
CA 0 01 0 01 0 01 0 01 002 51 002 004 006 008 011 013 015
6 002 002 52 002 004 006 009 011 0 13 015
7 0 01 0 01 0 01 0 01
0 01 0 01 0 01 0 02 002 002 63 0 02 004 0 07 0 09 Oil 013 015
001 001 002 002 003 54 0 02 004 0 07 0 09 011 013 016
9 001 003 55 002 0 05
001 001 002 002 002 0 07 009 Oil 0 14 0 16
10
002 002 003 003 56 002 005 0 07 009 012 014 018
11 001 001 57 0 02 005 0 07 0 09 0 12
001 002 002 003 003 014 017
12 001 004 58 002 005 0 07 010 012 014 017
001 001 0 02 002 003 003
13 003 003 004 59 0 02 005 0 07 010 012 015 0 17
14 001 001 002 002 60 002
002 002 003 004 004 0 05 0 07 010 012 0 15 0 17
15 001 001
001 002 003 003 004 005
16 001 005
001 001 002 003 004 004
17 004 004 0 05
18 001 001 002 003
001 002 0 02 003 004 005 005
19 005 006
20 001 0 02 0 02 003 0 04
001 002 003 003 004 0 05 006
21 005 006 005 0 07 010 012 015 0 17
22 001 0 02 003 004 0 05
004 005 006 007 010 015 0 20 0 25 030 0 35
23 001 002 003 0 07 015 022 030 0 37 0 45 0 52
001 002 003 004 005 006 007
24 006 007 0 10 020 030 040 050 100 110
25 001 002 003 004 005
012 0 25 0 37 050 102 1 15 127
002 003 004 005 006 008
26 001 0 07 008 015 030 0 45 100 1 16 130 1 45
27 001 0 02 003 004 006
0 02 0 03 0 05 006 007 008 017 0 35 0 52 1 10 1 27 1 45 2 02
28 001 008 0'20 0 40 100
001 0 02 004 005 006 0 07 1 20 1 40 200 220
29 006 007 009 0 22 0 45 1 07 130 1 52 215 2 37
30 001 002 004 0 05
009 0 25 050 1 15 140 2 05 230 2 55
001 0 03 004 0 05 006 008
31 0 07 006 009 0 27 0 55 122 150 2 17 2 45 312
32 001 0 03 004 0 05
004 0 05 0 07 008 010 030 100 130 200 230 300 3 30
33 001 0 03 010 0 32 1 05 1 37 2 10 2 42 315
34 001 003 004 006 007 0 08 3 47
003 004 006 007 009 010 0 35 1 10 1 45 220 2 55 330 4 05
35 001 0 37 1 15 1 52 230 3 07
009 010 3 45 4 22
36 001 003 004 006 007
003 005 006 008 009 011 0 40 1 20 200 2 40 3 20 400 4 40
37 002 011 0 42 1 25
0 02 003 005 006 008 009 2 07 250 3 32 4 15 4 57
38 009 Oil 0 45 130 2 15 300 3 45 430 515
39 0 02 0 03 0 05 006 008
0 05 0 07 0 08 010 012 0 47 1 35 2 22 3 10 3 57 4 45 5 32
40 0 02 0 03 0 50 1 40 230 320
012 4 10 500 550
41 0 02 003 0 05 0 07 0 09 010
0 03 005 0 07 0 09 0 10 0 12 0 52 1 45 2 37 330 4 22 5 15 6 07
42 0 02 013 0 55 150
43 002 0 04 0 05 0 07 0 09 011 2 45 3 40 4 35 530 6 25
0 05 0 07 0 09 011 013 0 57 1 55 2 52 350 4 47 5 45 8 42
44 0 02 0 04 100 200 300 400 500
0 02 0 04 006 0 07 0 09 011 013 600 700
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## F r Saturn :- N te Saturn g es Direct (D) bef re the dates we are w rking

fr m, theref re calculati ns are as f r the n n % planets . Y u willsee
th ugh that there is n difference f m ti n between the 20th and 21st .
Saturn is Stati nary alth ugh direct . N calculati n takes place in this case
and the figures are calculated straight nt the h r sc pe, Saturn being
c nsidered Stati nary Direct (SD) .

t SDlS°-'^-30'

r,030 '
1
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F r Neptune :-

## 25° 35' fr m tables 5" - 25°-0 34' 69"

- 25° . ' 33'
2'
'.'& 25 0 ,034' 55"

F rPlut :-

Result is
e RS
24°--^-10'

STEP F

## Transfering the planets t the h r sc pe .

Our w rk with sidereal time gave us the signs n the h use cusps and what
degree the cusp c mmences .

## i Take the sun 2803r- 52' 33"

Gemini starts the 3rd h use cusp at 6° s it w uld be reas nable t assume 6°
f Gemini w uld be in the 2nd h use and the remaining 24° in the 3rd h use .
(Each sign having 30° each) . C unt fr m the 6th degree t the 28th degree
which is nly 1 degree ff 30 0 Gemini and 2 degrees ff 0° Cancer . (N te the
.4th h use cusp is 10° Cancer) . Place the Sun n the 28th degree f Gemini as
sh wn in the f ll wing diagram .

Keep clear in y ur mind the h use cusps are sign p sts and we place the
planets nt the h r sc pe 360° circle in relati n t these signp sts . Als
n te a sign c nsists nly f 30° (0°-30°) n m re, n less . Keep clear the
distincti n between signs and h use . The h uses are n paper, the signs are
pr jected int the heavens . In analysis the tw c me t gether dynamically .
We use a degree f a sign t mark the beginning f a h use . The h use begins
at its cusp, (signp st) .
F r the ther planets repeat the same meth d .

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## The Part f F rtuna 8

The Part f Illuminati n ~'
The Part f Destiny
The Part f Occultism Vr
f The
The
Part
Part
f
f
Fate \$
Spirit O,

N te in the f ll wing the signs start fr m 0° s Aries will be 0°-1, that is,
'the first h use BUT numbered 0 . Taurus is 1-2 s is numbered 1 alth ugh
Taurus is the sec nd h use . Gemini 2, Cancer 3 and s n.
• t + M
The ascendan n minus the sun
0
e .g . Sign °
'r 0 9 42
• =2 15 21
2 24 63
- ' - 2 28 52
we see 24 cann t take away 28
s we b rr w 1 extra sign (30°)
t 24 and give 12 signs t the
1 remaining sign 13 54 63
2 28 .52
11- 26 11' _ 026 0 * 11 ' which is
entered n t the h r sc pe

~' The part f illuminati n is the same degree but pp site sign t the
part f f rtuna .

i .e . 47,,k6° I10'

® MC + Sun - M n (MC is mid-heaven which is the 10th h use cusp using the
t Placidus System .)

e .g . 9 10
• 3L2 28 52
11 38 52
3L_ 2 15 21
9 23 31 _ 023 0 V~31'

## I Ascendent + Neptune - Uranus

• 36ff0
9 41
8 25 34
8 34 75
-08 30 58
0 4 17 ' 4° T 17'

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## Ascendent + Saturn - Sun

'' 0 9 41
=6 15 30
6 24 71
a 2 28 52
t b rr wing -------------------
5 54 71
28 52
3 26 19 g 2 ° Cq% 19'

A Ascendant + Sun - M n

T0 9 41
+ -2 28 52
2 37 93
2 15 21
0 22 72
1 Carry ver c/ 0 23 12 = c0~ 23°T 12'

## THE MOON NODES :

These are f und in the Ephemeris in the m nth and day f GMT . Calculate these
as ne w uld the Retr grade planets . First calculate the N rth N de ( J% ) .
The result f the N rth N de is exactly the same f r the S uth N de except the
S uth N de is placed in the pp site sign .

t
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INTERCEPTED HOUSES

## e .g . fr m y ur Tables f H uses a result may be

10 11 12 Ascen 2 3

## The h r sc pe w uld l k thus :

1
t
e

1
4th and 10th are intercepted h uses .

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OTHER POINTS

## Filling in the data t the left f y urchart .

The ruling planet is the str ngest planet in the h r sc pe . S me say the
planet ruling the sun sign, r the ascendant is the ruling planet, . but
preference is t the planet in the str ngest and m st influential p siti n .
This is btained thr ugh the analysis f the planetary p siti ns .

## Ruling Planet : Str ngest planet in chart .

Rulers H use : The h use the ruling planet is situated .
Rising Planet : Planet nearest ascendant . It is c nsidered any planet m re
than 60° away fr m the ascendant cann t be c nsidered a rising planet .
P sitive : The am unt f planets, parts, n des, ASC and MC in p sitive
(masculine) signs .
1 Negative : The am unt
(feminine) signs .
f planets, parts, n des, ASC and MC in negative

1 TRIPLICITIES :

## Fire : Am unt f planets, parts, n des, ASC and MC in fire signs .

Earth : Same as Fire but in Earth signs .
Air : Same as Fire but in Air signs .
Water : Same as Fire but in Water signs .

## Cardinal : Am unt f planets, parts, n des, ASC & MC in Cardinal signs .

Fixed : Same as Cardinal but in Fixed signs .
Mutable : Same as Cardinal but in Mutable signs .
Angular : Am unt f planets, parts, n des, ASC & MC in Angular H uses .
Succeedent : Same as Angular but in Succeedent H uses .

MUTUAL RECEPTION :

## t The relati nship between 2 planets l cated in the sign which

rules .
ne r the ther

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ASPECTS

Maj r Aspects :

d C njuncti n 00
4- Semi Square 45 0
Sextile 60 0
Q Square 90°
0 Trine 120°
d Opp siti n 180°
+ Grand Cr ss 2x90°, 2x180°
T T Square (Cr ss) 2480 0 , 1x90° t b th 180°
GT Grand Trine 3x120° linking up .
Y Y C nfigurati n 2x60° inc njunct a third .
t * D uble Sextile
D uble Semi Sextile
2x120°, 1x60°
0 D uble Semi Square 2x90°, 1x45° linking

Explanati n .
A grand cr ss is f ur planets square each ther, e .g . 2 pp siti ns each
square, the ther pp siti n .
U The T square is 2 planets in pp siti n and an ther square b th f them .
The GT is 2 planets trine each ther, and th se tw b th trining a third .
Y is 2 planets sextile each ther and b th inc njunct an ther .
** is 2 planets trine with a third sextile b th .
D uble Semi Sextile is 2 planets sextile each ther and a third planet semi
sextile b th .

## 1 D uble Semi Square is 2 planets square and a third semi square b th .

Min r Aspects :

Vigintile 18°
-- Semi Sextile 30°
-+- Semi Quintile 36°
1 Q Quintile
Tridecile
72°
108°
. Bi-Quintile 144°
® Quincunx 150°
P Parallel

The degrees are distances between planets . The aspect graph is filled in with
the symb ls in the appr priate b x where an aspect is f rmed between 2
planets .

PROGRESSED DATA

D M

I N n p mu ns n

C rresp nd t

I PO

PD ,

Pig .
I
P4

Pa
I
Ruling Ruler's
Planet H use

Rising ~ t '
Triplicities :-
Fire Own sign.
Earth, 5 Ealted ..~
Air \$ Detiiment~
Water Fall •

Cardiaal~_ Angular
Fixed 3
q sueceedent
t I
Mutual Recepti n

1 BY DIRECT METHOD
ASPECTS
PLANET DEC. NOTES D, M. T,
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turn, deft i i (0 4ti
Sun
010 L.uma.
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Mercury
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Venus Z ne .nerd
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t3 d
I
Mars a - C M.? Cry
C •M.r. d. 'LD : 6 :`a
Jupiter
r.
Saturn h ud• we m m C.M.T. OS S'3 2`t
r Iwwvv.l •T OIPuOM neem pra 04- `7
Ar.a _ O( ~^7
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