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The Birth of the Zodiac


First published by Klaudio Zic Publications, 2011 Copyright © 2011 by Klaudio Zic. All Rights Reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or otherwise, for commercial purposes or otherwise, without the written permission of the Author. The names of dedicated publications are normally given in italics.

The present publication is scheduled for publication for New Moon in Sextans 2011. What is Sextans? Sextans is a standard zodiacal station {one of the (22) twenty-two} that parallels as eastern ascendant for the current epoch. Why Moon in Sextans? Many will recall that the zodiac was born with Moon in Sextans. The times were those of Pluto in Coma Berenices. During the past years, in extending back our zodiacal jubilee towards a distant online 1972, we presented the Academic Zodiac. What is the Academic Zodiac? It is the zodiac. The Academic Zodiac is the zodiac: there can not be any other since there is just one single possible in being observable a position of a given planet, such as Venus. Albeit we can slightly shift our observation location, Venus keeps its station for all observers on planet Earth. Only in rare cases, such as with a corvine Moon (Moon in Corvus), peculiarly positioned observers will perceive a variation in zodiacal positioning of said satellite. For all practical purposes in an incipient astrology fan, one can state that for all observers on planet Earth, Venus holds the selfsame (zodiacal) position.

One planet, one (zodiacal) position. We don’ have a variety of zodiacs, since we can have one zodiac only: the Academic Zodiac. “Others” may mangle data to their heart’s content but only a fool would believe in two or several different zodiacs at once. A variety of zodiacs would like to imply that we have a variety of Suns, which we don’t: we have one Sun only, one position and one zodiac. Who determines the positions? Astronomers do. What are the references? IAU, NASA JPL, Harvard MPC. Not every amateur program will agree on that but much as one can enjoy superstition to one’s heart content, there are also real phenomena in the real sky, such as moonrise, that happen despite and to the chagrin of amateur models. Why do they happen? Because they are visible in the real sky. A horoscope can be made for an underwater quake such as near or under the North Pole. The chart may feature nether ascendants. Positioning requires three coordinates. A Himalayan chart for an incarnating lama is based on the same Cartesian principles. Do we calculate horoscopes for locations on planet Earth only? Not at all, as the Cartesian house system was e.g. tested on spacecraft. A modern Salacia-centric horoscope may expose marital issues, much as a (now deprecated) Juno-centric horoscope would some 30 years ago. Planetocentric astrology therefore expands through cometary positioning, asteroid lock and board mainframe. Did we have any zodiacs “before”? Most probably not at all! True, some models did occur, but those were largely unsatisfactory. Most of them, as Jehovah points in the Bible, were models as improvised or assumed by amateurs. Said amateur would e.g. assume that the “zodiac” had 14, 13 or 27 signs. Of course, some models came almost near to be perused in practical matters, such as for purpose of establishing a vague calendar. Some were rather sophisticated, such as the Chinese or Egyptian, while others turned out to be rather naïve (in appearing as “practical”) like the 28, 13 or 12 wheel model. The enormous majority of these (now obsolete) models nevertheless fell into kindergarten category. Those most naïve assumed that the planets moved through 12 “signs” but were quite incapable of calculating even the wrong positions of the planets according to simplified models. As errors tend to amount in time, they were steadily moving towards

(7) seven signs (or rather constellations) of zodiacal error in winter nativities. Nobody noticed since nobody ever checked upon the real skies at all. The mere assumption that the planets follow upon the Sun’s route is preposterous in an improvisation on the part of whoever had no idea of solar dynamics at all: the planets definitively don’t follow the Sun, which in turn hardly even follows itself. Another infamous assumption was made in postulating that the Sun rises at east (sic) all of the time. That naïve premise possibly gave birth to the dangerous “idea” of an unchanging set of ascendants. It seems that in the past the opponents of Jehovah and astronomy at large did everything in order to damage their naïve clients’ horoscopes in order for solar system dynamics (not statics!) to fit into their assumed Procrustean model. How was the zodiac measured? One can safely assume that planetary zodiacs were calculated one by one, before being assembled into one single universal zodiac. Much as the Moon does not follow the Sun, so Venus never threads on the path of Mars. What is astronomically commonplace may not appease popular superstition at all. Flat pizza-like models can not possibly account for any real planetary positions. Zodiacal error offsets life events, overlaps the astrologically attributed organs of the human body as well as makes any eventual prediction most improbable. As to prediction, the secondary angular direction will give the best results among some 500 directing techniques in normal use. What good is a zodiac when one can not interpret planetary positions at all? Over 500 objects of interest were delineated during the converging stabilization of zodiacal calculi. Comets, dwarf planets and centaurs present some popular classes among them. The number of zodiacal constellations greatly changed in the past years due to bureaucratic reasons in the face of our great discoveries. New planets required new classifications, which shuffled the zodiacal cards from roughly thirty to over forty and back to stable twenty-two. Among the remnants of such a tight zodiacal schedule, of

which many may be still in use (for more or less obvious reasons), were the P1, M, P2, G, N1, E, N2, and X zodiac. Why choose the least of two evils when one can make one good? Start doing it right! Close other tabs and get ready for ZodiOK. Love, cherish and respect your natal skies: read further with interest as you keep discovering wonderful and revealing substance. The ZodiOK not only changes your life for the best, it is your real eternal life! Your real natal skies are eternalife: your true life at its fullest, original karmic plan and divine gift. Why ZodiOK? Because the Academic Zodiac is a well-tempered zodiac: the first fully scientific zodiac in human history. Why is it precise? This NASA compatible zodiac represents the sum of all planetary zodiacs according to the IAU standards. Precision means that while your location may e.g. be under the puckish portents of Moon in Corvus, another location may be otherwise zodiacally oriented. Moreover, we set our charts for e.g. the exact nether ascendant of a sea quake. These are illustrated in detail through thousands of dedicated publications. No object of interest has been left without its due original delineation, not even the one as discovered an hour ago.

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