2019-2020 stations for experimental planets

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2019-2020 stations for experimental planets

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jul 28, 2019 6:08 pm

Planets beyond Pluto discovered in recent years move so slowly that there is great difficulty in discerning their effects by transits (which can last for many years at a time). However, all planets are much more powerful when at their station, so a useful technique to discern whether they have effect is to watch their transits to natal positions at the time of a station.

Here are stations for experimental bodies (all of them actual astronomical bodies) for 2019 and 2020. (Besides the two trans-Plutonian planets, I've added the larger asteroids for curiosity.) Here are their stations:

Eris Jan 10 2019 27Pi59'
Sedna Feb 8 2019 01Ta18'
Pallas Feb 18 2019 04Li29'
Ceres Apr 8 2019 19Sc16'
Pallas May 30 2019 15Vi22'
Chiron Jul 8 2019 10Pi56'
Ceres Jul 17 2019 05Sc30'
Eris Jul 20 2019 29Pi19'
Sedna Aug 29 2019 03Ta00'

Vesta Sep 23 2019 02Ta39'
Chiron Dec 12 2019 06Pi25'
Vesta Dec 29 2019 17Ar05'
Eris Jan 10 2020 28Pi12'
Juno Feb 8 2020 26Vi38'
Sedna Feb 8 2020 01Ta54'
Pallas May 17 2020 05Cp56'
Juno May 26 2020 10Vi47'
Ceres Jul 6 2020 17Aq48'
Chiron Jul 11 2020 14Pi25'
Eris Jul 20 2020 29Pi32'
Sedna Aug 29 2020 03Ta37'

Pallas Sep 5 2020 17Sg11'
Ceres Oct 18 2020 03Aq35'
Chiron Dec 15 2020 09Pi55'
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Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jul 28, 2019 6:17 pm

For anyone who wants to watch along, here are the ones making transits to my chart within 1°:

Eris Jan 10 2019 27Pi59' - sq r Mars 56'
Sedna Feb 8 2019 01Ta18' - conj. L MC 20', op r Venus 35', sq r Pluto 48'
Ceres Jul 17 2019 05Sc30 - sq L Asc 16'
Eris Jul 20 2019 29Pi19' - sq r Mars 24'
Sedna Aug 29 2019 03Ta00' - sq r Pluto 54'
Vesta Sep 23 2019 02Ta39' - sq r Pluto 33', op r Venus 46'
Vesta Dec 29 2019 17Ar05' - op r Mercury 16'
Eris Jan 10 2020 28Pi12' - sq r Mars 43'
Sedna Feb 8 2020 01Ta54' - op r Venus 01', sq r Pluto 12', conj L MC 16'
Eris Jul 20 2020 29Pi32' - sq. r Mars 37'
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Post by Danica » Sun Jul 28, 2019 6:45 pm

Thank you for making the easy-preview list!

My upcoming:
Dec 12 2019 Chiron conj r IC 48'
Dec 29 2019 Vesta conj l MC 60'
QUID VOLIS ILUD FAC

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Post by Maz » Wed Aug 21, 2019 9:54 am

I'm very sensitive to stationing planets and I've been feeling the Sedna station approaching, it's about a week away and luckily there are no other stationing planets coming up at the moment as we got done with Uranus and Jupiter recently. So I know that I'm not confusing it with another station happening closely. Sedna is very slow-moving so the station can be felt strongly probably from about 10 days prior. That's how my girlfriend and I have been feeling it.

I feel like some deep unconscious fears are surfacing during this heightened Sedna energies. Fear of death and violence, a kind of foreboding dissonant feeling. Fear of losing control. :shock: :?

The way it feels is that Sedna was very appropriately named! It seems like a deeper darker unconscious realm than even Pluto.

Anyway, that's my two cents worth. Thanks for the list.

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Aug 28, 2019 8:03 am

There is a Sedna station tomorrow at 3 00' Taurus. If there is astrological value to Sedna, this should act (a few days either side, centered on tomorrow) like a highly intensified transit (within one degree of conjunct, opposite, or squared) that may give some clue to its meaning.

In my case, this is (barely) in orb of square my Pluto at 2 06 Leo. I'll be watching for a few days to see if I get an effect that makes since for any significant transit to my Pluto.
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Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Aug 29, 2019 3:25 pm

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Wed Aug 28, 2019 8:03 am
There is a Sedna station tomorrow at 3 00' Taurus. If there is astrological value to Sedna, this should act (a few days either side, centered on tomorrow) like a highly intensified transit (within one degree of conjunct, opposite, or squared) that may give some clue to its meaning.

In my case, this is (barely) in orb of square my Pluto at 2 06 Leo. I'll be watching for a few days to see if I get an effect that makes since for any significant transit to my Pluto.
Hmm, even more potentially interesting: The station is 01' (a single minute) from square my Asc here in Menlo Park, where I am this week. One would think there would be an effect if the planet has any astrological relevance.
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Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Sep 04, 2019 10:13 am

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Wed Aug 28, 2019 8:03 am
There is a Sedna station tomorrow at 3 00' Taurus. If there is astrological value to Sedna, this should act (a few days either side, centered on tomorrow) like a highly intensified transit (within one degree of conjunct, opposite, or squared) that may give some clue to its meaning.

In my case, this is (barely) in orb of square my Pluto at 2 06 Leo. I'll be watching for a few days to see if I get an effect that makes since for any significant transit to my Pluto.
I can't tell that anything happened. (It was conjunct my Pluto and conjunct Marion's Mars within a degree.)
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Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Sep 22, 2019 2:51 pm

There's a Vesta station tomorrow at 2 Ta 39. Opposite my Venus, square my Pluto. Anyone else have it hitting?
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Post by Avshalom Binyamin » Tue Sep 24, 2019 12:47 pm

That's opposite my Mars (3*Sco3'50")

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Post by Avshalom Binyamin » Tue Sep 24, 2019 1:02 pm

Thematically, it's almost hilariously on-point. A couple lady friends had been asking for and planning a group activity centered around me this Thursday, but I called it off yesterday as I'm continuing a (hopefully brief) period of celibacy, saving my sexual energy for a person I haven't even met yet.

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Sep 24, 2019 1:56 pm

That's mythologically hilarious!
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