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My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Tue Jul 12, 2022 12:40 pm

Jim, before you or I get into certain details about my friend’s next 2023 SSR, when you have time would you offer a short 2-3 sentences (only words—no planetary symbolism) summery of what you see? Thanks

Birth Data: Jan 8 1948; 10:05 AM; Birmingham, Alabama. AA rated with BC in hand.

Current Residence: Gulf Shores, Alabama
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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jul 12, 2022 1:40 pm

Unusually positive. A year of feeling good - unusually happy - prospering. While there may be a bit of deception (ill-placed trust), the overall impression is so positive I think this is unlikely. (It's more likely something enchanting.) - Don't go anywhere else for the birthday - stay in or near Gulf Shores - but consider a very relaxing vacation (with a bit of the exotic in it) not long after.

From TMSA, the main features:

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Pl Longitude   Lat   Speed    RA    Decl    Azi     Alt     PVL    Ang G
                           Transiting Planets                           
Ju 07Pi10'08" 01S15 + 8'26"   2°33' 00S16 154°32' +56°50' 285°42'  97% F
Ne 27Aq57'15" 01S11 + 1'12" 354°03' 03S52 170°57' +55°31' 276°10'  90% F
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                            Radical Planets                             
Ju 22Sc45'13" 00N32 + 0°13' 256°48' 22S20 251°24' -12°47' 166°32' 100% F
Mo 24Sc05'18" 02S14 +12°10' 258°00' 25S13 248°16' -13°09' 165°53'  97% F
Ur 29Ta11'30" 00N09 - 0°02'  83°44' 23N28  67°17' + 7°44' 351°38'  82% F
Ma 13Le35'57" 03N36 - 0'05" 161°39' 11N39  10°35' -47°30'  80°27'  77% F
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Class 1 Aspects      Other Partile Aspects                          
tMo op tVe 02°13' 90%   tMa sq rMa 00°26'100%                           
----------------------  tJu sq rSu 00°10'100% M                         
tNe sq rUr 01°14' 97%   tSa op rSa 00°37' 99%                           
----------------------  tUr sq rPl 00°23'100%                           
rMo co rJu 00°40' 99% M                                                 
rMa sq rUr 01°11' 97% M
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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Tue Jul 12, 2022 3:08 pm

8-) :)
I told him the same but I wanted him to have a second opinion from my teacher on SSR’s, and your way with words is much better than mine. I called my friend and read him your words.

Now I ask you to do the same for another friend of mine with his next SSR.

Birth Data: Oct 3 1955; 5:24 AM EST; Flint, Michigan AA rated BC in hand.

Current Residence: Oakboro, North Carolina

Thanks Jim!

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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jul 12, 2022 3:22 pm

(This one is harder, more complicated.)

A difficult year. Expect hardship (financial or other), or simply the need to struggle harder, take on more, feel less rewarded. An especially strong tension between what is established, familiar, previously thought secure vs. pressures to change, move, break it up, shake off restriction, escape. - But it's mixed, at least to the extent optimism is still possible; so, most likely, there is a sense of going TO something new rather than just losing something. Careful management of resources is required. (For unclear reasons, legal conflicts keep going through my mind.)

Summary from TMSA:

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Pl Longitude   Lat   Speed    RA    Decl    Azi     Alt     PVL    Ang G
                           Transiting Planets                           
Ur 23Ar14'00" 00S22 - 1'48"  45°56' 16N55 290°59' - 0°09' 179°50' 100% F
Sa 23Cp51'07" 01S19 - 1'55" 321°46' 16S24  19°34' -70°14'  83°08'  99% F
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                            Radical Planets                             
Sa 24Li38'16" 02N01 + 0°06' 227°49' 15S43 108°57' - 0°34'   0°35' 100% F
Ju 29Cn28'23" 00N41 + 0°11' 147°04' 13N59 183°58' +68°43' 268°27'  99% F
Pl 03Le40'28" 10N17 + 0°02' 154°42' 21N32 156°52' +75°17' 275°53'  91% F
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Class 1 Aspects      Other Partile Aspects                          
tSa sq tUr 00°37' 99%   tMe sq tMa 00°12'100% M                         
----------------------  tMe op tNe 00°44' 99% M                         
tMo sq rVe 00°47' 99%   tMa sq tNe 00°32' 99% M                         
tSa sq rSa 00°47' 99%    ----------------------                         
tUr sq rJu 01°23' 96% M tMe co rMa 00°11'100%                           
tUr op rSa 00°46' 99% M tMa sq rMa 00°29'100% M                         
----------------------  tNe op rMa 00°56' 98%                           
rJu sq rSa 02°08' 91% M  ----------------------                         
                        rUr sq rNe 00°59' 98% M
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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Tue Jul 12, 2022 4:27 pm

Jim wrote:
(This one is harder, more complicated.)
Indeed!!!
Jim wrote:
(For unclear reasons, legal conflicts keep going through my mind.)
The “reasons” are clear to me: My friend is a tenant in a shopping center owned by two partners. One partner has just filed a law suit against the other partner jeopardizing the financial structures in place for my friend. Excellent read Jim!!!! :)

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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jul 12, 2022 4:56 pm

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Tue Jul 12, 2022 3:22 pm
A difficult year. Expect hardship (financial or other), or simply the need to struggle harder, take on more, feel less rewarded. An especially strong tension between what is established, familiar, previously thought secure vs. pressures to change, move, break it up, shake off restriction, escape. - But it's mixed, at least to the extent optimism is still possible; so, most likely, there is a sense of going TO something new rather than just losing something. Careful management of resources is required. (For unclear reasons, legal conflicts keep going through my mind.)
SteveS wrote:
Tue Jul 12, 2022 4:27 pm
The “reasons” are clear to me: My friend is a tenant in a shopping center owned by two partners. One partner has just filed a law suit against the other partner jeopardizing the financial structures in place for my friend. Excellent read Jim!!!! :)
I guess it was pretty on target. All of it, though (except the last sentence), was the simplest application of the most basic principles. Almost nothing at all except:
  • Two very angular Saturns as the strongest single planet. Read the basic tone from this.
  • Contrast that to the very angular Uranus, with Saturn-Uranus square as the defining aspect in that mostly-Saturn context. (Half of what I wrote is from the Saturn-Uranus aspect.)
  • Moon conjunct Venus gives a direction to the fourth closely angular planet, natal (not transiting!) Jupiter. It let me put a small positive spin on it (both benefics are natal, so basically "he somehow feels OK, maybe better than OK, considering the lousy conditions).
Adding subtleties:
  • His natal Jupiter-Saturn is emphasized (both aspected by Uranus), so he's going to respond to the changes or breakup in a "natal Jupiter-Saturn aspect" way. ("Careful management of resources is required.")
  • Saturn-Saturn square emphasizes the two Saturns but especially shows the turning point or redirection of his practical life.
  • I picked a few words to describe the above which also matched natal Pluto foreground.
With this basic feel in mind, I looked at the partile non-foreground aspects. It felt like legal conflict without exactly having any planets that outright say "legal matters." Mercury-Mars-Neptune has arguments and perhaps turbulent emotions, maybe even a sense of betrayal - in any case, it feels like it feels bad, inwardly turbulent, a little lost, a lot contentious; and this all aspects his natal Mars. These aren't strong enough to say all those individual things with any confidence, but they created enough of a feel to say, "something that feels kinda like legal conflict."

(I thought some might appreciate these crisp notes on how I approached the chart - all read straight from TMSA excerpts above without ever seeing the chart on a wheel.)
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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Wed Jul 13, 2022 5:09 am

Jim wrote:
With this basic feel in mind, I looked at the partile non-foreground aspects. It felt like legal conflict without exactly having any planets that outright say "legal matters." Mercury-Mars-Neptune has arguments and perhaps turbulent emotions, maybe even a sense of betrayal - in any case, it feels like it feels bad, inwardly turbulent, a little lost, a lot contentious; and this all aspects his natal Mars. These aren't strong enough to say all those individual things with any confidence, but they created enough of a feel to say, "something that feels kinda like legal conflict."
Excellent observation Jim---something I missed which I think is a very important subtlety. Also note transiting Neptune in this SSR just so happens to be almost on his Natal DSC making it a most important outer planet transit opposing his Natal Mars. Both his SSR and Natal transiting angularities makes this probably the most important business happenings in his entire life. Also note he picks up an exact SSR progressed Moon conjunction to his SSR Pluto in about 7 months from his birthday. I think this will probably time the month for “An extremely emotional life or an extreme expression of feeling” in the context of the symbolism in his SSR as far as what major business “changes” it will bring to his life, could be symboizing the time for the final outcome culmination with his business dealings or possibly the culmination of the legal law suit.

I find his Natal Jupiter-Pluto conjunction on his SSR MC most interesting with Natal Jupiter 1,21 conjunct his SSR MC. From a mundane position can you show me with TMSA how close his Natal Jup-Pluto conjunction is to his SSR MC? Is his SSR Uranus in a mundo paran to either his Natal Jupiter or Pluto on SSR MC? I have known this business man for over 40 years and I have seen him get out of very difficult business difficulties in the past—always landing on his feet with new benefic changes, he has been incredibly lucky (Jup-Pl) in his life with very difficult business situations. I look upon his Natal Jup-Pl on his SSR MC as a possible benefic way out of this most difficult business situation. If SSR Uranus is mundo 1 degree orb or less to his Natal Jupiter for a Jupiter-Uranus Paran---this could symbolize his “Thank You Lord” aspect. Thanks Jim for your input.

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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jul 13, 2022 6:31 am

SteveS wrote:
Wed Jul 13, 2022 5:09 am
I find his Natal Jupiter-Pluto conjunction on his SSR MC most interesting with Natal Jupiter 1,21 conjunct his SSR MC. From a mundane position can you show me with TMSA how close his Natal Jup-Pluto conjunction is to his SSR MC?
Yes, there are a couple of easy ways to see this, such as simply looking at the "wheel" itself; but, using what I posted before, see:

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Pl Longitude   Lat   Speed    RA    Decl    Azi     Alt     PVL    Ang G
                            Radical Planets                             
Ju 29Cn28'23" 00N41 + 0°11' 147°04' 13N59 183°58' +68°43' 268°27'  99% F
Pl 03Le40'28" 10N17 + 0°02' 154°42' 21N32 156°52' +75°17' 275°53'  91% F
The next-to-last number in each row is the Prime Vertical Longitude (PVL), or mundoscope position. Natal Pluto is 275°53' (5°53' of the 10th house, or 5°53' east of MC). Natal Jupiter is 268°27' (28°27' on the 9th house, or 1°33' west of MC). - This would be even easier on the TMSA wheel (see the next post below where I recalculated his chart for you). Their ecliptical conjunction is 4°12', their mundane conjunction 7°26', neither of which close enough to draw my attention.
Is his SSR Uranus in a mundo paran to either his Natal Jupiter or Pluto on SSR MC? ... If SSR Uranus is mundo 1 degree orb or less to his Natal Jupiter for a Jupiter-Uranus Paran---this could symbolize his “Thank You Lord” aspect.
As you can see in the table posted above, transiting Uranus' PVL is 179°50': It is 0°10' below Descendant. (You could see this even easier on the TMSA wheel.) As the aspect table at the bottom shows (displayed in what I posted above), transiting Uranus does aspect his natal Jupiter-Saturn square, with Uranus square his Jupiter 1°23' mundo. It doesn't closely aspect his Pluto. This might make it clearer (mundoscope positions listed in terms of their houses for easier reference):

28°27' 9H - r Jupiter
29°50' 6H - t Uranus
0°35' 1H - r Saturn
5°53' 10H - r Pluto
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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jul 13, 2022 7:10 am

Now that I'm at a computer, here is the actual TMSA wheel of the SSR. Hold your mouse over the green text area and scroll to see the whole thing. You can see the zodiacal position AND prime vertical longitude of everything right on the chart. (It's one of the most distinctive features of the program.)

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 +-------------28Le58-----------01Le15-----------29Ge37--------------+
 |tMe 29Le16 00°24|                |rJu 29Cn28 28°27|                |
 |rMa 29Le27 00°41|                |                |                |
 |                |rPl 03Le40 05°53|                |                |
 |                |                |                |                |
 |                |                |                |                |
 |                |                |                |                |
 |tVe 10Vi17 12°58|                |                |                |
 |                |                |                |                |
 |                |                |                |   tVx 10Ge36   |
 |rSu 15Vi19 18°44|                |                |                |
 |tSu 15Vi19 18°44|                |                |                |
 |                |                |rUr 07Cn38 07°30|                |
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 |rVe 23Vi55 28°24|                |                |tMa 25Ta53 00°12|
 25Vi11-----------+----------------+----------------+-----------25Ta21
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 |                |      Transiting (t) Chart       |                |
 |                |         Steve'S Friend          |                |
 |rNe 03Li10 08°29|          Solar Return           |                |
 |rMe 04Li18 11°04|     3 Oct 2022 14:26:24 UT      |                |
 |                |         Oakboro, NC USA         |                |
 |                |      35N13'33" 080W19'44"       |                |
 |                |           UT 14:26:24           |                |
 |                |         RAMC 148°32'34"         |                |
 |                |          OE 23°26'18"           |                |
 |                |         SVP 04Pi56'43"          |                |
 |                |         Sidereal Zodiac         |                |
 |                |         Campanus Houses         |                |
 |                |                                 |                |
 23Li16-----------+                                 +-----------23Ar16
 |rSa 24Li38 00°35|        Radical (r) Chart        |tUr 23Ar14 29°50|
 |                |         Steve'S Friend          |                |
 |                |              Natal              |                |
 |                |     3 Oct 1955 05:24:00 EST     |                |
 |                |          Flint, MI USA          |                |
 |                |      43N00'58" 083W41'24"       |                |
 |   tEp 05Sc38   |           UT 10:24:00           |                |
 |                |         RAMC 83°39'43"          |                |
 |                |          OE 23°26'41"           |rMo 06Ar47 13°54|
 |                |         SVP 05Pi52'24"          |                |
 |                |         Sidereal Zodiac         |                |
 |                |         Campanus Houses         |                |
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 25Sc21-----------+----------------+----------------+-----------25Pi11
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 |                |tPl 01Cp04 02°21|                |                |
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 |                |                |                |tJu 07Pi44 10°05|
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 |                |tSa 23Cp51 23°08|                |                |
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 |tMo 23Sg08 26°32|                |                |                |
 |                |                |tNe 28Aq31 29°40|                |
 +-------------29Sg37-----------01Aq15-----------28Aq58--------------+
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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Wed Jul 13, 2022 3:08 pm

Thanks Jim.

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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Thu Jul 28, 2022 3:20 am

My business friend in North Carolina has written the most important business letter in his life to his landlord with a mundo Jupiter 02,11 cnj his July 20 SLR IC, with his following DSLR featuring a mundo Jupiter partile cnj his Aug 4th DSLR DSC, both loaded with all kinds of partile/tight aspects in the lunar returns and transits to Natal.

I told my good friend if he did not receive some fortunate constructed communication from his landlord by Aug 16 ending these two lunars, he probably would not achieve his main business objectives from his landlord, but with high % he would achieve his main business objectives. Rare to see both Jupiter featured as main themes in both the SLR & DSLR.

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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Jul 28, 2022 6:35 am

SteveS wrote:
Thu Jul 28, 2022 3:20 am
Rare to see both Jupiter featured as main themes in both the SLR & DSLR.
Jupiter (or any planet, in fact) within 3° either side of one of four angles occurs almost 7% of the time.

Of those times, the odds are the same for it appearing that close in the demi, so the odds of it appearing on both within Class 1 orbs is just under half of 1%.

So, yes, I suppose that counts as rare :)
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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Thu Jul 28, 2022 7:55 am

:) I love your mathematical mind Jim.

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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Fri Jul 29, 2022 3:30 am

My friend emailed his most important business letter to his landlord yesterday and got a quick response saying he would repond to him when a current legal matter is resolved with responding to a legal petition filed by his partner. A 30 day extension has been granted to complete the petition's response. My friend is also a respondent in this legal petition and has lawyered-up, my friend's lawyer telling him he can't understand why the landlord's partner filed a petition naming my friend as a respondent :roll: .

In the past year the majority stock owner landlord has ignored all of my friend's business communictions efforts frustrating my friend to hell. With quick response by the landlord to my friend's emailed letter, my friend is very encourged which is the only Jupiter manifestation I have seen so far with his current Jupiter SLR. Funny to me how lawyers entice quicker business responces :lol:

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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Tue Aug 02, 2022 4:01 am

Birth Data: Jan 8 1948; 10:05 AM; Birmingham, Alabama. AA rated with BC in hand.
Current Residence: Gulf Shores, Alabama

Jim, when you have time---a short read please for his next SLR in Gulf Shores. Thanks

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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Aug 02, 2022 7:31 am

SteveS wrote:
Tue Aug 02, 2022 4:01 am
Jim, when you have time---a short read please for his next SLR in Gulf Shores.
Steve, while I don't want to be alarmist, this is an unusually severe SLR. As you know, flat-out "ba" returns can run the range of something simple and not necessarily physical (conflict, being aggravated with how things aren't going your way) to medium things like open conflict or even serious things like a health crisis or serious accident.

On first glance, this is an especially bad SLR, one of the worst. Then I notice the remarkable fact that natal Venus is the MOST angular planet. That makes me stop and regroup: Will this soften the effect? Or does it mean the hurt strikes him at a deeply personal level (something he loves)?

Back to basics: Of the eight foreground planets, the most angular are:
r Venus 0°55' before Asc
t Saturn 2°32' before Asc
r Saturn 2°34' before Dsc
r Pluto 2°50' before Dsc

One already sees the mundane aspects forming just by typing this out. These planets likely tell the main story of the SLR month. Three of them have aspects within mere minutes of precision. (Also foreground are natal Sun. Mercury, Mars, and Uranus.)

One is tempted to fixate on the 0°09' Mars-Saturn square (Saturn in Capricorn, Mars in Aries), especially seeing that it is exactly (0°04' and 0°02', respectively) aspecting closely angular natal Saturn. My first impression, then, is that this is an unusually severe chart - very difficult conditions, perhaps an attack but more likely an engaged struggle, perhaps a health crisis (cardio-vascular), a great deal of hardship (of the scale that would impact two to four weeks of one's life), and that it especially attacks his security, things he considers stable, solid, "given," on which he relies.

This isn't probably minor - it's impactful - something that (at least in a modest scale) changes his life - because transiting Sun is only 0°06' from his Pluto (foreground). - All of these orbs are VERY tiny, very close.

So transiting Mars-Saturn, Mars to natal Saturn, Saturn to natal Saturn, Saturn to natal Pluto (0°18'), Sun to natal Pluto. What's left?

What's left is the Venus. Sometimes a single benefic overwhelmingly close to an angle will ease the weight of a difficult chart. I'm not sure that's what we're seeing here, though if he could spend the SLR day somewhere that Venus is less than 0°05' from an angle (rather than the "wide" 0°55' in Gulf Shores), it couldn't hurt and might help.

The main thing, though, is that the Venus is probably showing how this affects him, where it touches him. The harsh aspects are especially to his Saturn, so the outright attack is on his security; but natal Venus is most angular (and also afflicted) so - more than security - it means that what gets hurt (or what he's at risk of losing) is intimately important to him, very personal, something he loves.

Saturn (in the exaltation degree of Mars, precisely square Mars) conjoins his Venus 2°37' (mundo). Uranus squares is Venus 0°38'. He has a natal Venus-Saturn-Pluto condition that the SLR brings together (much closer than in his natal chart). Here are natal planet mundoscope positions in the SLR (all planets aspected by transiting Saturn):

0°55' 1H - Venus - 24°23' Cap
2°34' 7H - Saturn - 27°34' Can
2°50' 7H - Pluto - 20°21' Can

So... hoping that this is one of those times a horrendous Mars-Saturn square to natal Saturn turns out to be stepping on a nail or scraping his knee badly on the beach - I think this is going to be a very difficult, memorable two to four weeks with conflict around him, more work and labor demanded of him than usual, feeling like an outright attack on his security and something deeply personal (something he loves). It's an emotional loss. It feels life-altering at the time. If it's a health crisis, it's cardiovascular. Presuming he is married, I also wonder about his wife's health.

Either that, or a really bad hangnail.

Or, y'know, I'm just wrong.
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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Aug 02, 2022 8:04 am

The good news is that his August 21 Demi-Lunar has transiting Jupiter 1°53' past Ascendant, the only other foreground planets being two Neptunes (t Neptune 1°59' before Dsc). Looks like "happy and drunk."

Jupiter + Neptune, of course, can mean over-optimism, being fooled and cheated; but this is transiting Jupiter, which says the outcome is to his benefit. The midpoint of t Jupiter and r Neptune is 0°03' from the horizon in mundo.

His September 4 SLR is also mostly positive with Jupiter 5° past MC. The Jupiter is important because its mostly a Mercury SLR - natal Mercury 2° from Dsc, transiting Mercury widely foreground - and the transiting Mercury and Jupiter are in partile square, both of them closely aspecting natal Sun
(Jupiter to his Sun is 0°48'). All sorts of things in this chart suggest he's signing paperwork, making written commitments, that are much to his advantage. Jupiter to Sun is especially an aspect of healing and recovery.

So I think he's coming out of this in good shape even in the short run.
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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Wed Aug 03, 2022 4:21 am

Thanks Jim, I am with you and am very concerened with this SLR, I will keep you informed.

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Re: My friend's next 2023 SSR

Post by SteveS » Fri Aug 05, 2022 5:55 am

My North Carolina friend has an “outstanding incident” SSR for his next solar year. What I like to do when isolating the rare “outstanding incident” SSRs is to see if any of their main Natal configurations (aspects) fall on their SSR angles. If so, by Jim’s proven SSR guidelines—this will show how the native will ‘react’ to their “outstanding incident” SSR.

My friend’s Natal Jupiter (29,28 Can) and Natal Pluto (03,40 Leo) falls on his 2022 SSR MC (01,04 Leo) calculating a Direct Midpoint of his Natal conjunction of Jup/Pl = SSR MC In the immediate foreground of his SSR. This is a potent configuration and he & I already know it’s related diretly to his career. He has a tough symbolic SSR, He will either be in the streets without a career or he will achieve new conditions for his lease which will afford him much more freedom which is his main objective.

Donald Bradley writes from his book “Solar and Lunar Returns”, a must for any Sidereal Astrologer IMO.
Jupiter-Pluto: No flights of the imagination are allowed by this planetary combination, which is the harbinger of the end of an old and beginning of a new cycle in the native’s relationship to his career, his financial status, and the outside world. It is the marker of crises which make or break the native’s reputation, by forcing grave issues out into the light of day, for all to see and judge.
Bradley’s above words for my friend’s next SSR are so accurate—it’s uncanny. My friend’s business reputation is outstanding. I think he will forge a new relationship for his career which will improve his business status—but it’s going to be tough going during his new solar year.

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