JAE SLRs 2020

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SLR vs. Demi-SLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Jul 18, 2020 12:07 pm

Though having roughly the same planets and aspects. the current SLR and upcoming Demi-SLR differ in their emphases. Here are the very closest factors in each for contrast. (Interestingly, the foreground planets are identical. The aspects are identical except for two that slip into the mix.)

SLR
r Mars sq. MC -1°38'
t Pluto sq. MC -1°34'
t Jupiter sq. MC -0°31'
----------------------------
t Sun on EP +0°18'


t Pluto conj. r Mars 0°07'
r Jupiter-Uranus conj. 0°17'
t Jupiter-Pluto conj. 0°40' in mundo
t Saturn op. r Jupiter 0°43' in mundo
r Sun-Uranus sq. 0°52' in mundo

Demi-SLR
t Jupiter on WP +0°14'
r Mars sq. MC +0°55'

t Pluto sq. MC +1°20'
t Sun on Asc +2°12'

-- t Pluto conj. r Mars 0°05'
-- t Mars sq. r Mars 0°09' in mundo
-- r Jupiter-Uranus conj. 0°17'
-- r Sun-Uranus sq. 0°52' in mundo

-- t Saturn op. r Jupiter 0°46'
-- t Saturn sq. r Sun 0°57' in mundo
-- t Jupiter-Pluto conj. 1°03'
-- t Saturn op. r Uranus 1°03'
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Re: SLR 7/10/20

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Aug 01, 2020 2:48 pm

I'm experimenting with a different way of displaying these: a 90° sort of the mundoscope placements of all natal and SLR planets (starting from mid-quadrant), which I'll follow with one in longitude. These will disclose at a glance all angularities, foreground aspects, and other partile aspects. It may, however, turn out to be too damn much work. - Anyway, I'll do one.

[STILL WORKING ON IT]

15°18' (11) t Venus
24°59' (8) t Neptune
26°12' (8) r Moon
27°19' (8) t Moon
7°32' (12) t Mercury
14°55' (9) t Mars
16°56' (12) t Sun
|| 20°26' (6) r Mars
|| 20°35' (6) t Jupiter
|| 21°15' (6) t Pluto
|| 24°59' (3) r Sun
|| 25°51' (12) r Uranus
|| 26°17' (12) r Jupiter
|| 27°00' (6) t Saturn
0°00' ----------- ANGLES -----------

4°51' (4) r Neptune

| 17°38' (10) t Uranus
| 17°51' (4) r Mercury
| 18°18' (4) r Saturn
24°51' (1) r Pluto
29°13' (4) r Venus

10°36' Gem t Mercury
12°18' Pis t Mars
22°28' Vir r Sun
23°44' Gem t Sun (0°18' from EP)
24°01' Gem SLR Eastpoint

27°17' Pis SLR Midheaven
27°48' Sag t Jupiter

| 28°51' Sag t Pluto
| 28°55' Sag r Mars
1°20' Lib r Neptune
| 3°20' Can r Uranus
| 3°37' Can r Jupiter
| 4°23' Cap t Saturn
7°18' Can SLR Ascendant

| 14°57' Lib r Saturn
| 15°09' Ari t Uranus
17°21' Lib r Mercury
1°53' Sco r Venus
2°06' Leo r Pluto
14°19' Tau t Venus
25°51' Aqu t Neptune
27°24' Aqu t/r Moon

It's a thought... and it's strange-looking. Any reactions on its usability compared to my usual display method?
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Re: JAE SLRs 2020

Post by Danica » Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:26 pm

The usual display looks better to me.
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Re: JAE SLRs 2020

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:49 pm

Danica wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:26 pm
The usual display looks better to me.
Thanks. That's my first impression, too, but I had to experiment.

The real issue is that we can't create a chart display in SF from positions we input. I'd love to have a wheel that shows transiting mundoscope positions in one wheel and natal (precessed) mundoscope positions in the other, but that's not possible - so we lack the visual.

I was trying to create a visual.
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SLR 8/6/2020

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Aug 04, 2020 8:10 pm

My next SLR occurs Thursday, August 6, at 2:04 PM. I expect to be at home. Here is the breakdown. This one is simple, a single aspect.

Marion's concurrent Demi-SLR has transiting Venus setting and natal Jupiter on IC. She's approaching a progressed Moon-Jupiter opposition in October.

t Moon on IC -7°18'
t Neptune on IC -3°39'
r Moon on IC -3°18'
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r Venus on Asc +5°49'

-- t Neptune conj. r Moon 0°21' in mundo

Other Non-foreground
t Mars-Jupiter sq. 0°06' in mundo
t Saturn sq. r Neptune 0°37' in mundo
t Uranus op. r Saturn 0°42'
t Pluto conj. r Mars 0°44'
t Saturn op. r Jupiter 0°56' in mundo
t Saturn op. r Uranus 0°54' in mundo
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Demi-SLR 8/20/20

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Aug 20, 2020 8:52 am

My SLR, simple as it is, has been quite on target. I'd rather not give details since it includes other people's secrets (I suppose that's transiting, rather than natal Neptune at play). The new Demi-SLR, which occurs this afternoon at 12:58 PM, is mostly a weaker version of the same thing so I imagine the trends will continue. - Separate from the lunar returns, in the next few days the the Mars-Saturn square occurs exactly on my Neptune and perhaps will dominate most of the next week (probably felt unusually strongly because of Moon and Neptune being foreground). - Jupiter concurrently transits my Sun.

r Moon on IC -6°30'
t Neptune on IC -6°16'
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t Mercury sq. Asc +1°28'
r Venus on Asc +3°34'

-- t Neptune conj. r Moon 0°14' mundo
-- t Mercury sq. r Venus 4°41'

Non-foreground partile
t Saturn sq. r Neptune 0°10'
-- t Mars op. r Neptune 0°59'
t Mars-Jupiter sq. 0°35' mundo
t Saturn op. r Mars 0°37' mundo
t Uranus op. r Saturn 0°43'
t Jupiter sq. r Sun 0°46'
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SLR 9/2/20

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Sep 01, 2020 6:27 pm

The SLR changes direction. This one is primarily dominated by Venus, surely in anticipation of the vacation we are taking to Sedona this weekend. BTW, if I'd picked a place for my last SSR outside my immediate area, I couldn't have done better than Sedona where transiting Venus is on WP and natal Jupiter-Uranus are a few minutes from IC.

But this thread is about my new SLR that occurs September 2, 2020, at 10:21 PM PDT, so I'll likely be feeling it tonight. It's calculated for here at home.

r Venus on Dsc +0°02'
r Saturn on Dsc +4°20'
t Uranus on Asc +5°22
r Jupiter on IC +6°20'
r Uranus on IC +6°44'
r Mercury on Dsc +7°17''
t Mars on Asc +9°50'
t Venus on IC +10°00'


-- t Venus-Mars sq. 0°10' mundo
-- r Jupiter-Uranus conj. 0°17'
-- t Mars sq. r Uranus 0°32'
-- r Mercury-Uranus sq. 0°33' mundo
-- t Uranus op. r Saturn 0°35'
-- t Mars sq. r Jupiter 0°49'
-- r Mercury-Jupiter sq. 0°57' mundo
-- t Uranus sq. r Jupiter 0°58' mundo

-- t Uranus sq. r Uranus 1°22' mundo
-- t Uranus op. r Mercury 1°50'
-- t Venus conj. r Uranus 1°41'
-- t Venus conj. r Jupiter 1°58'
-- r Jupiter-Saturn sq. 2°00' mundo
-- r Mercury-Saturn conj. 2°24'

-- t Mars op. r Mercury 2°33' mundo
-- r Saturn-Uranus sq. 2°44' mundo

Other partile
t Jupiter sq. r Sun 0°04'
t Venus sq. r Neptune 0°18'
t Saturn sq. r Neptune 0°29'
t Venus-Saturn op. 0°47'
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Re: JAE SLRs 2020

Post by Arena » Tue Sep 08, 2020 8:44 am

Hope you guys had or are still having a great time in Sedona!
That partile/almost exact Venus must be lovely :)

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Demi-SLR 9/16/20

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Sep 15, 2020 6:41 pm

The SLR has been primarily our week away. There were many complexities to the story of the trip, and these fit the fine points of the supportive aspects, but it's fair enough to say the angular natal Venus was the center piece.

My Demi-SLR September 16, 2020, 11:53 PM PDT is a rare return chart: It has no angular planets (either natal or transiting) and therefore no foreground aspects. By the most common historic standards, there is nothing at all to read in the chart.

It does have a new Moon, just over 2° wide), which probably will be felt as a cycle change; and it has numerous non-foreground partile aspects that likely will be the primary strong voices of the chart. Here are the aspects:

0°03' t Jupiter sq. r Sun
-- 0°08' t Mercury-Jupiter sq. (mundo)
-- 0°16' t Mercury conj. r Sun
-- 1°00' t Moon-Jupiter sq. (mundo)
0°08' t Pluto conj. r Mars (mundo)
0°14' t Venus sq. r Mercury
0°16' t Uranus op. r Saturn (mundo)
0°37' t Mars sq. r Uranus
-- 0°54' t Mars sq. r Jupiter
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