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Re: Demi-SLR 9/27/19

Post by Lance » Sat Sep 28, 2019 1:08 pm

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Tue Sep 24, 2019 12:28 pm
My Demi-SLR sets up Friday, September 27, 3:07 PM while I'm still here in LA. Here is the breakdown:

r Uranus on Dsc -4°56'
r Jupiter on Dsc -4°51'
r Mars on Asc -3°36'
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t Mercury sq. Asc +0°29'
t Pluto on Asc +1°02'
r Mercury on MC +1°02
r Saturn on MC +1°52''

t Saturn on Asc +7°06'
t Uranus on IC +8°48'
I’m a little confused. What’s the difference between the stuff above the line and below the line?

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Re: My SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Sep 28, 2019 2:23 pm

That's where the angle actually is. Notice of the numbers go from negative numbers high to low then positive numbers low to high on the other side. It's just easier for me to see things when I draw a line at the "zero" spot (0°00') between the two.
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SLR 10/11/19

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Oct 07, 2019 11:02 pm

I get an inadvertent break on my next SLR, which occurs Friday less than 12 hours after my new SSR. We'll be out of town so an SLR with Saturn closely angular becomes a mediocre charge with Saturn so-so angular. More later, but for now here are mundoscopes of the two (first the SLR for my home, then for where I think I will be the minute it sets up).
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Re: My SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Oct 11, 2019 8:20 am

SLR occurred this morning at 34N29'02", 120W13'49". Just recording it now, will calculate and do workup when I get home tomorrow.
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Re: My SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 12, 2019 2:55 pm

My SLR that just completed was sufficiently accurate. In particular, the Mars-Neptune coincided with surprising toxic impact of food and drink, which faded by the Demi.

The Mercury-Venus was, perhaps, most dominant. The two main events of the month were the starting of the new SSR/SLR class, which I think is going well - people seem to be really getting the whole idea within the first couple of weeks - and my NYC trip which, though under strong Mercury-Mars-Pluto Demi-SLR that was descriptive, also went surprisingly well and leveraged every bit of Mercury-Venus I could manage. I think they are both descriptive.
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SLR 10/11/19

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 12, 2019 2:59 pm

About 11 hours after my new SSR, I had a new SLR occur October 11, 2019, 6:28:35 AM PDT at the Gaviota rest stop on 101; specifically, at 34N29'02", 120W13'49".

The SLR for that location is kinder than the one for home. Of course, on returning home I pick up the LA angles as a relocation, though perhaps not as strongly. (We shall see as the month proceeds.)

t Sun on Asc -7°55'
r Sun on Asc -7°27'
t Saturn on IC -3°35'
t Mars on Asc +5°13'

-- t Sun conj. r Sun 0°28'
-- t Saturn sq. r Sun 3°07'
-- t Sun-Saturn sq. 3°35'

ADD PVP Aspects:
Venus-Uranus op. 0°23'
Mercury-Venus conj. 1°12' PVP
Mercury-Uranus op. 1°35' PVP

Other Partile
None.



Nothing is particular close to the angles, though Saturn is closest, moderately foreground. The one partile aspect is transiting Sun conjunct natal Sun near Ascendant. The most interesting aspects, though - something to learn, perhaps? - are the three PVP aspects that otherwise wouldn't be visible in the chart. I'm not sure how to distinguish their operation, though, since the same aspects are exactly angular in the new SSR.
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Re: SLR 10/11/19

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Oct 24, 2019 5:31 pm

This has not been a big deal SLR. In way that I think is "a little bad" the weaker bad-leaning stuff has been grumbly. Toyed with getting sick (and cncelled one class just in case), never got completely sick. Just a little run down consistently. Money slightly better than in recent months. Some pretty good days in the mix. Some grumpy disappointments at a couple of things we didn't get to do because of schedule conflicts.

Not every month is a "big deal" month; and I think I deflated this one a bit by (unplanned) having the SLR where everything was backed off just a bit from the angles. I suppose the partile Sun-Sun transit widely foreground was a nice boost. The Mercury-Venus-Uranus PVP aspects are particularly interesting - not that long ago we wouldn't have known they existed - and they also give a cheerier cast.
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Demi-SLR 10/25/19

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Oct 24, 2019 5:33 pm

My new Demi-SLR occurs just after midnight tonight, 10/25/19, at 1:06:41 AM PDT. I will be at my home, 34N03'46" 118W18'47". It captures Jupiter transiting square to my Moon partile (though I'd feel the transit anyway). I'm glad the close Mars-Saturn square is in the immediate background. Against this Jupiter, the most angular planet (quite close) is natal Saturn.

r Pluto on Asc -8°59'
r Mercury on IC -2°05'
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r Saturn on IC -1°32'
t Uranus on MC +4°21'
t Sun on IC +7°44'

-- r Mercury-Saturn conj. 0°33'
-- t Sun-Uranus op. 3°23' in mundo

Other partile
t Jupiter sq. r Moon 0°18'
t Mercury conj. r Venus 0°24'

Of theoretical interest, the star Acubens (Alpha Cancri) is 0°01' above Ascendant in mundo. This is generally regarded as a negative star: Ebertin says it is like Mars with some aspect of Saturn, while Ptolemy says it is like Saturn with some Mercury (like my own angular Mercury-Saturn). The examples I have, overall, are not too bad, though there are a couple of rough ones; but Barack Obama and Queen Elizabeth II are on the list, he for his Sun and she for her Moon.
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Re: My SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Nov 05, 2019 8:11 am

The mostly uneventful (wider orbed) Demi has been mostly uneventful. Mostly nose-to-the-grindstone getting work done.

The new lunar occurs Thursday and is mostly emphasizing natal planets.
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SLR 11/7/19

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Nov 05, 2019 8:12 am

My next SLR occurs November 7, 2019, 12:30:44 PM PST. Because that's a Thursday midday, I'll be at my office in Century City, CA, probably at my desk which is at 34N03'31", 118W24'59".

r Mercury sq. Asc -1°00'
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r Pluto sq. MC +1°09'
r Saturn sq. Asc +1°34'

r Venus on MC +5°07'
t Mercury on MC +8°09'
r Uranus on Dsc +8°54'
r Jupiter on Dsc +8°59'


-- r Jupiter-Uranus conj. 0°05' in mundo
-- r Venus-Pluto sq. 0°13'
-- t Mercury sq. r Uranus 0°45' in mundo
-- t Mercury sq. r Jupiter 0°50' in mundo

-- r Mercury-Saturn conj. 2°24'
-- -- -- r Me/Sa on Zenith 0°17'
-- t Mercury conj. r Venus 3°02' in mundo
-- r Venus-Uranus sq. 3°47' in mundo
-- r Venus-Jupiter sq. 3°52' in mundo

Other partile
t Sun-Saturn sq. 0°29' in mundo


There is a very strong play of Venus-Jupiter-Uranus elements, as well as Mercury to Jupiter-Uranus. I expect the month to have some noteworthy breakthroughs in SMA, which I'm expanding by about 20% with newly incorporated data. Also, this weekend, Marion and I are taking a party of six up through our favorite wine area, so much of this is already set in motion. However, these might not be the strongest features. If I strip the list above down to its tightest features, we get this:

r Mercury sq. Asc -1°00'
r Pluto sq. MC +1°09'
r Saturn sq. Asc +1°34'
r Venus on MC +5°07'

-- r Jupiter-Uranus conj. 0°05' in mundo
-- r Venus-Pluto sq. 0°13'
-- t Mercury sq. r Uranus 0°45' in mundo
-- t Mercury sq. r Jupiter 0°50' in mundo

It does look like the astrological research elements will be strongest, but with a persisting social sense. I'll definitely feel that partile non-foreground Sun-Saturn square but perhaps not because of that aspect itself - but because Saturn enters, completes, and leaves its last square to my Sun November 14 to December 5 (exact on 11/25, a weekend that Marion is out of town - perhaps that will be all of it?).
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Re: My SLR

Post by SteveS » Tue Nov 05, 2019 8:36 am

Jim wrote:
I expect the month to have some noteworthy breakthroughs in SMA, which I'm expanding by about 20% with newly incorporated data.
8-) :D :!:

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Demi-SLR 11/21/19

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Nov 20, 2019 7:47 am

The month is going along fine - a lot more hectic than expected and filled with more details in a day than one usually could report or even remember to write down - and the new Demi-Lunar looks to be quite nice. (That's a little puzzling because Marion is out of town for several, starting Friday, with no free time left between now and departure. This fits Saturn's last pass transiting my Sun better.)

My Demi-SLR will occur November 21, 2019, 7:41:16 AM PST. By that time, I'll be at my office in Century City, CA, so I'm calculating it for there. The chart is quite positive, though a little mixed due to some of the transits. It's also pretty simple:

t Jupiter sq. MC -0°06'
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t Moon on MC +2°30'
r Moon on MC +7°28'

(Moon-Venus sq. 2°10')

Other Partile
t Jupiter sq. r Asc 0°13', op. r MC 0°47'
t Venus conj. r Sun 0°22' in mundo
t Saturn sq. r Sun 0°23'
t Mercury conj. r Mercury 0°43'
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SLR 12/4/19

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Dec 02, 2019 8:52 am

My next SLR occurs December 4, 2019, 8:24:26 PM PST. I likely will be at my home, 34N03'46", 118W18'47". It is not likely to be an easy or pleasant SLR.

r Neptune on IC -3°54'
r Mars sq. MC -0°43'
t Uranus sq. Asc -0°11'
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t Saturn on WP +1°33'
t Pluto sq. MC +1°39'
r Jupiter on Asc +4°26'
r Uranus on Asc +4°52'
r Sun on IC +5°59'

-- r Jupiter-Uranus conj. 0°26'
-- t Saturn sq. r Sun 0°56'
-- r Sun-Uranus sq. 1°07'
-- r Sun-Jupiter sq. 1°33'
-- t Pluto conj. r Mars 2°22'
-- t Pluto sq. r Sun 4°05'
-- t Uranus sq. r Jupiter 4°35'
-- t Pluto sq. r Neptune 4°47'
-- t Uranus sq. r Uranus 4°52'

Other Partile
t Mars conj. r Mercury 0°07' in mundo
t Mars conj. r Saturn 0°18' in mundo


Tightening it just a little to get the strongest (Class 1) factors, it looks like this:

r Mars sq. MC -0°43'
t Uranus sq. Asc -0°11'
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t Saturn on WP +1°33'
t Pluto sq. MC +1°39'

-- r Jupiter-Uranus conj. 0°26'
-- t Saturn sq. r Sun 0°56'
-- r Sun-Uranus sq. 1°07'
-- r Sun-Jupiter sq. 1°33'
-- t Pluto conj. r Mars 2°22'

Other Partile
t Mars conj. r Mercury 0°07' in mundo
t Mars conj. r Saturn 0°18' in mundo
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Demi-SLR 12/18/19

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Dec 19, 2019 12:12 pm

I just realized I hadn't posted the Demi, which occurred December 18, 2019, 1:14:27 PM, Century City, CA. It's a good example of needing to see the mundane details: Superficially, it looks more ominous than not; on close examination, it's rather pleasurably exciting.

r Mercury on Dsc -7°05'
t Saturn on MC -6°49'
t Uranus on Asc -4°20'
r Jupiter sq. Asc -2°24'
r Uranus sq. Asc -2°07'
t Venus sq. Asc -2°03'
r Sun sq. MC -1°27' (on Dsc +4°54')
r Neptune on Dsc -1°28'
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r Mars sq. Asc +2°18'

r Mars/Jupiter = Asc 0°03' (r Mars-Jupiter op. 4°41')
t Venus op. r Uranus 0°04'
t Jupiter-Uranus conj. 0°11' in mundo
r Mars/Uranus = Asc 0°13' (r Mars-Uranus op. 4°25')
t Saturn sq. r Mercury 0°16' in mundo
t Venus op. r Jupiter 0°21'
t Venus sq. r Neptune 1t Saturn sq. r Sun 2°25'
t Venus sq. r Neptune 1°56'
r Mars-Neptune sq. 2°25'
t Saturn sq. r Sun 2°25'
t Saturn-Uranus sq. 2°29' in mundo
t Uranus op. r Mercury 2°45' in mundo
t Uranus op. r Neptune 2°52' in mundo
t Saturn conj. r Mars 4°03'
t Uranus sq. r Jupiter 4°15'
t Venus conj. r Mars 4°21'
t Uranus sq. r Uranus 4°23'
t Venus-Uranus sq. 4°36'

Other Partile
t Mars sq. r Mars 0°07' in mundo
-- t Mars conj. r Venus 0°12' in mundo
t Sun op. r MC 0°08'
t Jupiter-Neptune sq. 0°26' in mundo
t Pluto sq. r Saturn 0°29' in mundo
t Jupiter sq. r Moon 0°36' in mundo


Striping out the lesser items to get more of a core, here are the main factors (to which one might add the numerous non-foreground partile aspects for details). Venus is the only closely foreground transiting planet - the rest are natal (and the Venus to Jupiter-Uranus might be taken as Class 2, meaning that only natal Sun and Neptune are in the "really close" zone).

r Jupiter sq. Asc -2°24'
r Uranus sq. Asc -2°07'
t Venus sq. Asc -2°03'
r Sun sq. MC -1°27'
r Neptune on Dsc -1°28'
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r Mars sq. Asc +2°18'

r Mars/Jupiter = Asc 0°03'
-- r Mars/Uranus = Asc 0°13'
t Venus op. r Uranus 0°04'
-- t Jupiter-Uranus conj. 0°11' in mundo
-- t Venus op. r Jupiter 0°21'
t Saturn sq. r Mercury 0°16' in mundo

t Venus sq. r Neptune 1°56'
t Saturn-Uranus sq. 2°29' in mundo
r Mars-Neptune sq. 2°25'
t Saturn sq. r Sun 2°25'
t Uranus op. r Mercury 2°45' in mundo
t Uranus op. r Neptune 2°52' in mundo
-- t Ur = r Me/Ne 0°04' in mundo
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Re: My SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Dec 31, 2019 3:04 pm

This turned out to be a rather nice, semi-exotic vacation Demi. New lunar within a day, more kn thst when I get back to a computer.

BTW (a place to write it down), Marion's Demi occured ths morning at 32N51'00" 120W46'12". For that, Mercury is most angular, conjunct Jupiter. When we get home it will be Jupiter most angular conjunct Mercury.
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SLR 1/1/2020

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jan 01, 2020 2:25 pm

This occurred this morning when I was asleep at home. There's nothing particularly wrong with it (the "wrong' is too wide to matter and the rest tips ever so slightly positive), but I doubt I get much accomplished this month. I guess my biggest concern is that I have some very serious transits this month and the SLR mostly looks like I'm going to feel them very strongly. But hey, it could be way worse!

t Moon on IC -3°03'
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r Moon on IC +1°24'
t Neptune on IC +5°05'
r Venus on Asc +9°12'

-- t Neptune conj. r Moon 3°41'
-- t Neptune sq. r Venus 4°07'
-- -- -- t Ne = r Mo/Ve 0°13'

Other partile
Mercury-Jupiter conj. 0°27' in mundo
t Venus sq. r Saturn 0°56' in mundo
Saturn-Pluto conj. 0°57'


Cutting the clutter, and looking only at the closest factors, we really only have natal Moon angular and a weaker transiting Neptune, the two widely connected. The partile non-foreground aspects are mixed, probably better for work matters than for personal matters.
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Re: SLR 1/1/2020

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:48 pm

So far, the SLR has been uneventful other than one version of what I most expected: Dozens of people around me have been sick with the virus that's running rampant and I've been warding it off with a pretty consistent feeling of vulnerability and susceptibility. So far, I've been successful, but sitting on the edge.

There is also a very important possibility hovering on the horizon that I am trying to bring to fruition. More of this once it becomes solid. (Ha! There's Neptune for you. My concern is that it's "not solid.") It would be most consistent with the partile (non-angular) Mercury--Jupiter conjunction in the SLR.

I have a Demi in a couple of days. I'll work it up now while I'm on break.
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Demi-SLR 1/14/2020

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:49 pm

This occurs Tuesday evening. I'll likely be feeling it by Monday evening. Only natal planets are foreground, though there are non-foreground partile transits that likely will have a strong impact (and are not particularly palatable or supportive of what I'm working on right now).

r Venus on IC -9°40'
r Pluto on Asc -3°59'
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r Mercury on IC +3°36'
r Saturn on IC +4°30'

-- r Venus-Pluto sq. 0°13'
-- r Mercury-Saturn conj. 0°54' in mundo

Other Partile
t Pluto conj. r Mars 0°08' in mundo
t Saturn-Pluto conj. 0°12'
t Sun conj. r Mars 0°28'
t Saturn conj. r Mars 0°52'
t Mercury sq. r Neptune 0°54'

In brief, the focus is on my natal Mercury-Saturn and Venus-Pluto aspects - the former is stronger in the Demi-SLR than in my natal chart. Most of the rest is a very close triple conjunction of Sun, Saturn, and Pluto to my natl Mars, very close but also in the immediate background. Mercury to my Neptune finishes the set.
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Re: My SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jan 26, 2020 7:43 pm

Tge Demii, highlighting my natal Mercury Saturn and Venus Pluto, seems to have shown the secondary effects of getting over being sick. We have both been dragging for the last 2 weeks. Essentially I have been as withdrawn as possible, more antisocial than usual, concentrating on massive tedious non creative stotuff just to keep my brain going. Seems pretty Mercury Saturn and Venus Pluto to me.

Meanwhile, the partile aspects not foreground, seem to show having to push harder physically + foggy brain. As expected, this is not a major chart but does seem to have nailsed the main characteristic of the time.
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SLR 1/29/2020

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jan 26, 2020 7:59 pm

My next SLR will occur Tuesday, January 29, 2020, 12:31:40 PM PST. I expect I'll be at work in Century City. I will start feeling it around noon tomorrow, I suspect.

In no sense is this a strong chart. Nothing is closer to an angle than 9°. The one outstanding feature involving foreground planets (besides that intriguing Su/Me midpoint 01' from MC) is a mundane square of transiting Sun to natal Venus. The non-foreground partile aspects are all wild! It does seem that, at least, I'll be feeling better for a couple of weeks. There does still seem to be some vulnerability and drag, partly from Saturn and Pluto continuing to sit on my Mars and partly from the if you don't check the mundoscopes you'll miss it 0°04' conjunction of transiting Neptune to natal (but not transiting) Moon.

t Mercury on MC -9°45'
t Su/Me = MC 0°01'
t Sun on MC +9°18'
r Venus on Dsc +9°59'

-- t Sun sq. r Venus 0°41' in mundo

Other Partile
t Neptune conj. r Moon 0°04' in mundo
t Mars-Neptune sq. 0°16'
t Venus-Jupiter sq. 0°24' in mundo
t Pluto conj. r Mars 0°24' in mundo
t Saturn conj. r Mars 0°44'
t Venus-Mars sq. 0°55'

Some things I expect: Marion is producing a play that opens in Las Vegas next weekend and I'm probably taking Thursday and Friday off to drive there with her through Sunday. Then Monday a coworker is out for the week so I'm work a day-and-a-half shift for a week holding the fort together on my own. For Las Vegas, the dynamic changes, of course: The main SLR feature is a Mercury-Mars square foreground each moderately foreground.
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Re: SLR 1/29/2020

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Jan 27, 2020 12:05 am

There's something very interesting about this SLR - maybe. By conventional means, it's pretty boring, but - if fixed stars happen to have astrological value (which I keep watching for) - then this SLR has something I've never seen before.

Descendant is 9°11' but mundanely there are three fixed stars conjoined within half a degree and exactly angular. Specifically, mundanely,

Acrab (8°27' Sco) is 0°16' above Dsc
Arcturus (29°30' Vir) is 0°24' above Dsc
Antares (15°01' Sco) is 0°39' above Dsc

Antares (Alpha Scorpii) is best known of these, an intensely Mars star in every respect (at least, according to tradition). Arcturus, the brightest star in Bootes (a red giant like Aldebaran) means "guardian of the bear," supposed to have the character of Jupiter and Mars - and perhaps this includes a "guardian" quality. Acrab (Delta Scorpii) is less well known, but it also is supposed to have a martial character - this time with Saturn coloring it instead of Jupiter.
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Re: My SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Feb 09, 2020 4:21 pm

The SLR has been mostly uneventful. Yes, there was the Las Vegas trip that was pleasant enough (and gave us some ideas for future travel). The two biggest characteristics, though, are not gigantic events (it wasn't a "gigantic event" SLR): First, my health has eventually gotten back on line after the virus last month, though I worked extra-long days and (for that reason) was dragging a bit. Second, we're in as deep a money hole as we've ever been in, though (if the incoming charts are any indication) we;ll start inching our way out. (The new year brought significantly increased costs.)

I think all of this is consistent enough with the SLR without any of it loudly, uniquely leaping out of the symbolism.
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Demi-SLR 2/11/20

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Feb 09, 2020 4:22 pm

My new Demi-SLR occurs February 11, 2020, 3:28:02 AM PST. I will surely be at home when it occurs.

Though I have a mixture of one strong malefic and one strong benefic, Marion's SLR (a day earlier) has both transiting and natal Jupiter within 1° of an angle, the two in moderate square. This suggests we'll start turning the financial worries around.

Mostly, this one should be particularly good. Probably "high expectations, good rewards," though I don't like the non-foreground aspects, especially Saturn-Neptune (though I'd have the transit becoming exact in these two weeks anyway: Better to have it during a Jupiter-Sun Demi-SLR).

r Sun on MC -1°51'
t Jupiter sq. MC -0°04'
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t Mars on Asc +1°07'

-- t Mars op. r MC 0°13'
-- t Jupiter sq. r Sun 1°35'

Other partile
t Saturn sq. r Neptune 0°08'
t Saturn-Uranus sq. 0°09' in mundo
t Pluto conj. r Mars 0°12'
t Neptune conj. r Moon 0°20' in mundo
t Saturn conj. r Mars 0°22' in mundo
t Uranus sq. r Mars 0°31' in mundo
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Re: Demi-SLR 2/11/20

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Feb 22, 2020 3:44 pm

The Demi-SLR has been good overall - incremental improvement in conditions, most circumstances being upbeat. I didn't enjoy Saturn's transit to my Neptune in the middle of it, but the worst only lasted a couple of days. (It was painfully intense for those couple of days.)

The full lunar's continued impact has been mostly the dragging, never-quite-recovering-all-strength drag from the January virus. Nothing quite wrong, nothing fully better. (There was a Moon-Neptune mundanely.)
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SLR 2/24/2020

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Feb 22, 2020 3:46 pm

My next SLR occurs Monday, February 24, 2020, 7:29:21 PM PST, when I likely will be home. (Marion returns from Dallas later that night.)

It isn't a particular strong or vivid chart. It might be a bit of a dumb-note of a month, or (more likely) one where lesser factors in the chart have stronger voice.

t Mars on IC -7°27'
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r Moon on Ds +5°20'
t Moon on Dsc +7°07'

-- t Mo/Ma on angles 0°10'

Other partile
t Pluto conj. r Mars 0°12'
t Venus-Jupiter sq. 0°44' in mundo
t Saturn op. r Uranus 0°37' in mundo
t Saturn op. r Jupiter 0°57'

That's it! I'm guessing (not to my pleasure) that the non-foreground partile aspects will have a stronger say because they're nearly the only things happening in the chart.
Jim Eshelman
www.jeshelman.com

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