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placing the Nodes at the end of PERIOD AGE PERIOD AGE

both sequences. (Later astro- Q 10 years 0 – 10 R 9 years 0–9

logers sometimes put the Nodes Q Q 1.428 0.000 – 1.428 R R 1.286 0.000 – 1.286

after Mars in both diurnal and Q T 1.428 1.428 – 2.856 R W 1.286 1.286 – 2.572

nocturnal sequences.) Years are Q S 1.428 2.856 – 4.284 R V 1.286 2.572 – 3.858

calculated from birthday to birth- Q R 1.428 4.284 – 5.712 R U 1.286 3.858 – 5.144

day. Q W 1.428 5.712 – 7.140 R Q 1.286 5.144 – 6.430

Q V 1.428 7.140 – 8.568 R T 1.286 6.430 – 7.716

To convert a period into months Q U 1.428 8.568 – 10.00 R S 1.286 7.716 – 9.000

and days, multiply the partial year T 8 years 10 – 18 W 11 years 9 – 20

by 12 to yield months; multiply T T 1.143 10.000 – 11.143 W W 1.571 9.000 – 10.571

the partial month by 30 to yield T S 1.143 11.143 – 12.286 W V 1.571 10.571 – 12.142

the approximate number of days. T R 1.143 12.286 – 13.429 W U 1.571 12.142 – 13.713

T W 1.143 13.429 – 14.572 W Q 1.571 13.713 – 15.284

For example, let there be a T V 1.143 14.572 – 15.715 W T 1.571 15.284 – 16.855

diurnal birth on August 1st, 1950. T U 1.143 15.715 – 16.858 W S 1.571 16.855 – 18.426

The Sun-Sun period will last from T Q 1.143 16.858 – 18.000 W R 1.571 18.426 – 20.000

age 0 to age 1.428. Remove the 1 S 13 years 18 – 31 V 12 years 20 – 32

and consider it 1 year: this S S 1.857 18.000 – 19.857 V V 1.714 20.000 – 21.714

reaches August 1, 1951. Multiply S R 1.857 19.857 – 21.714 V U 1.714 21.714 – 23.428

the remainder (.428) by 12 to S W 1.857 21.714 – 23.571 V Q 1.714 23.428 – 25.142

yield 5.136 months: 5 months S V 1.857 23.571 – 25.428 V T 1.714 25.142 – 26.856

reaches January 1, 1952. Multiply S U 1.857 25.428 – 27.285 V S 1.714 26.856 – 28.570

the remainder (.136) by 30 to S Q 1.857 27.285 – 29.142 V R 1.714 28.570 – 30.284

yield approximately 4.08 days: 4 S T 1.857 29.142 – 31.000 V W 1.714 30.284 – 32.000

days reaches January 5, 1952. R 9 years 31 – 40 U 7 years 32 – 39

Therefore, the Sun-Sun period R R 1.286 31.000 – 32.286 U U 1 32.000 – 33.000

will last 1 year, 5 months, and 4 R W 1.286 32.286 – 33.572 U Q 1 33.000 – 34.000

days from birth: until January 5, R V 1.286 33.572 – 34.858 U T 1 34.000 – 35.000

2002, when the native is age R U 1.286 34.858 – 36.144 U S 1 35.000 – 36.000

1.428. R Q 1.286 36.144 – 37.430 U R 1 36.000 – 37.000

R T 1.286 37.430 – 38.716 U W 1 37.000 – 38.000

To identify the current period R S 1.286 38.716 – 40.000 U V 1 38.000 – 39.000

and its length, compare the W 11 years 40 – 51 Q 10 years 39 – 49

native’s age to the table. Let there W W 1.571 40.000 – 41.571 Q Q 1.428 39.000 – 40.428

be a nocturnal birth on August 1, W V 1.571 41.571 – 43.142 Q T 1.428 40.428 – 41.856

1950. Let the current date be W U 1.571 43.142 – 44.713 Q S 1.428 41.856 – 43.284

September 15, 1990: 1 month and W Q 1.571 44.713 – 46.284 Q R 1.428 43.284 – 44.712

14 days after the native turned 40 W T 1.571 46.284 – 47.855 Q W 1.428 44.712 – 46.140

years old. Divide the 14 days by W S 1.571 47.855 – 49.426 Q V 1.428 46.140 – 47.568

30 to convert them into a partial W R 1.571 49.426 – 51.000 Q U 1.428 47.568 – 49.000

month (.466), yielding 1.466 V 12 years 51 – 63 T 8 years 49 – 57

months after the birthday. Divide V V 1.714 51.000 – 52.714 T T 1.143 49.000 – 50.143

by 12 convert the months into a V U 1.714 52.714 – 54.428 T S 1.143 50.143 – 51.286

partial year (.122): the native is V Q 1.714 54.428 – 56.142 T R 1.143 51.286 – 52.429

currently 40.122 years old. Find V T 1.714 56.142 – 57.856 T W 1.143 52.429 – 53.572

this age in the nocturnal V S 1.714 57.856 – 59.570 T V 1.143 53.572 – 54.715

sequence: the native is currently V R 1.714 59.570 – 61.284 T U 1.143 54.715 – 55.858

in the Sun-Sun period until age V W 1.714 61.284 – 63.000 T Q 1.143 55.858 – 57.000

40.428. U 7 years 63 – 70 S 13 years 57 – 70

U U 1 63.000 – 64.000 S S 1.857 57.000 – 58.857

To determine when this period U Q 1 64.000 – 65.000 S R 1.857 58.857 – 60.714

will end, multiply .428 by 12 to U T 1 65.000 – 66.000 S W 1.857 60.714 – 62.571

yield 5.136 months. Multiply .136 U S 1 66.000 – 67.000 S V 1.857 62.571 – 64.428

by 30 to yield 4.08 days. Add to U R 1 67.000 – 68.000 S U 1.857 64.428 – 66.285

the birthday: the native will be in U W 1 68.000 – 69.000 S Q 1.857 66.285 – 68.142

the Sun-Sun period until January U V 1 69.000 – 70.000 S T 1.857 68.142 – 70.000

5, 1992. < 3 years 70 – 73 < 3 years 70 – 73

> 2 years 73 – 75 > 2 years 73 – 75

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