It’s TIME for my wife to have surgery with this DSLR

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It’s TIME for my wife to have surgery with this DSLR

Post by SteveS » Sat Jul 30, 2022 4:01 pm

This past Thursdays night my wife ran into an acquaintance at a town meeting and was urged to go see this fantastic local doctor to have her very painful plantar fasciitis removed by surgery, same day outpatient surgery. My wife has been living with this condition for months, but ever since she got back from her 2 week European trip, it has developed into a much worse painful situation. My wife asked me if her SLR’s foresaw any trouble with a surgery this week. I already knew her next 2 SLRs featured tight angular Jupiter but I took a much closer look, and when I saw that 100% rated aspect Mars-Uranus-Node conjunction I knew right away—there was the Doctor (Node connection) for the surgery (Mars-Uranus). Take a look at the partile Me 180 Sa! Ebertin’s COSI “Biological Correspondence”:
…pain—conducting nerves…

I told her absolutely do the surgery. SLRs are so valuable in so many ways!
My wife’s July 30 DSLR:
https://ibb.co/P5SqwPb

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Re: It’s TIME for my wife to have surgery with this DSLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Jul 30, 2022 4:10 pm

That's great news :)

Yes, Jupiter 0°37' from Ascendant is a great time. That it squares natal Uranus (near IC) is even better.

The only (normally) worrisome aspect is surely about convalescence: transiting Neptune opposite natal Saturn likely means you'll be waiting on her for a week ;)

The other aspects are quite nice, especially the cluster of natal mundane aspects formed in the foreground: a cluster of natal Sun, Mercury, and Venus conjunct square natal Uranus (which the Jupiter also squares).
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Re: It’s TIME for my wife to have surgery with this DSLR

Post by SteveS » Sat Jul 30, 2022 4:59 pm

Jim wrote:
The only (normally) worrisome aspect is surely about convalescence: transiting Neptune opposite natal Saturn likely means you'll be waiting on her for a week ;)
Excellent observation Jim! I will try to remember to see how long home recovery will take. Or I will get her to call the person who had the same surgery recommending the same Doc to Gayle. Thanks for your sight.

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Re: It’s TIME for my wife to have surgery with this DSLR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Jul 30, 2022 5:03 pm

No problem. TMSA makes life easy! Here's the breakdown on tonight's Demi-SLR:

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Pl Longitude   Lat   Speed    RA    Decl    Azi     Alt     PVL    Ang G
                           Transiting Planets                           
Ju 13Pi39'23" 01S26 - 0'28"   8°34' 02N08  87°51' + 0°37' 359°23' 100% F
Ne 00Pi06'36" 01S12 - 0'59" 356°02' 03S02  99°11' + 8°07' 351°47'  83% F
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                            Radical Planets                             
Ne 23Vi25'07" 01N34 + 0°02' 197°38' 05S47 259°45' + 4°49' 184°54'  94% F
Ur 15Ge25'28" 00N18 - 0'17" 101°25' 23N20 356°09' -32°48'  95°57'  93% F
Me 25Vi19'17" 01N31 + 1°43' 199°23' 06S33 258°07' + 5°48' 185°56'  91% F
Sa 02Vi52'35" 01N59 + 0°07' 178°54' 02N39 277°14' - 5°59' 173°58'  90% F
Ve 27Vi06'10" 01N17 + 1°15' 200°58' 07S26 256°29' + 6°35' 186°46'  88% F
Su 03Li08'34" 00S00 + 1°00' 206°11' 10S50 250°38' + 8°44' 189°15'  78% F
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    Class 1 Aspects     
tJu sq rUr 01°46' 94%   
tNe op rSa 02°11' 91% M 
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rSu co rVe 02°29' 88% M 
rMe co rVe 00°50' 99% M                                                 
rMe sq rUr 00°01'100% M                                                 
rMe co rNe 01°02' 98% M                                                 
rVe sq rUr 00°48' 99% M                                                 
rVe co rNe 01°52' 93% M                                                 
rUr sq rNe 01°04' 98% M
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Re: It’s TIME for my wife to have surgery with this DSLR

Post by SteveS » Sat Jul 30, 2022 5:21 pm

Gayle just finished talking with the one who had the surgery and recovery time at home is 1 week. She follows up with her next SLR with Jup angular. :)

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Jul 30, 2022 5:26 pm

LOL, I did say you'd be waiting on her for a week ;)
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Re: It’s TIME for my wife to have surgery with this DSLR

Post by SteveS » Thu Aug 04, 2022 2:00 am

Gayle met with her new foot Doc yesterday giving her a cortisone shot, and said if that did not solve her pain situation he would operate in about 3 weeks.

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