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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:49 am

CAPSOLAR
Jupiter on EP 0°12'
Uranus more widely foreground
-- Jupiter sq non-foreground Pluto 0°19' M
Moon-Neptune co. 0°16' M
Moon-Venus sq. 2°54'

ARISOLAR
Saturn on Z 0°08'
Uranus on EP 0°27'
Jupiter on EP 1°35'
Mars more widely angular
-- Jupiter-Uranus co 0°14' M
-- Mars-Saturn co 2°02' M
Moon-Venus sq 1°03'

CANSOLAR (Dormant.)
Moon-Uranus op. 0°06' M. Moon-Mars op. 1°33' M.


LIBSOLAR
Pluto on MC 2°01'
Mercury on WP-a 0°30'
Moon on EP 0°55'
Uranus on Asc 3°27'
Venus more widely foreground
-- Venus-Uranus op 1°12' M
-- Sun-Pluto sq 2°15' PVP
-- Moon-Pluto sq 2°37'
-- Moon-Mercury op 3°46' M
Moon-Sun op 1°40' M

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:49 am

CAPSOLAR
Moon on EP-a 0°27'
Uranus widely angular

ARISOLAR (Dormant.)

CANSOLAR
Sun on Asc 2°39'
Pluto on Dsc 2°42'
Moon on MC 3°00'
-- Moon-Pluto sq. 0°18' M
-- Venus-Pluto sq 0°28' PVP
-- Sun-Venus sq 1°48' PVP
-- Su/Pl = horizon 0°01'

LIBSOLAR
Pluto on WP-a 0°13'
Mercury on N 1°05'
Mars widely angular
-- Mercury-Mars conj. 1°16'
-- Pluto sq non-foreground Sun 2°45' M

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:49 am

CANSOLAR
Sun on Asc 2°39'
Pluto on Dsc 2°42'
Moon on MC 3°00'
-- Moon-Pluto sq. 0°18' M
-- Venus-Pluto sq 0°28' PVP
-- Sun-Venus sq 1°48' PVP
-- Su/Pl = horizon 0°01'

LIBSOLAR
Pluto on WP-a 0°13'
Mercury on N 1°05'
Mars widely angular
-- Mercury-Mars conj. 1°16'
-- Pluto sq non-foreground Sun 2°45' M


CAPSOLAR (Dormant.)

ARISOLAR
Venus on Dsc 0°05'
Uranus on WP 0°13'

CANSOLAR
Saturn on WP-a 0°31'
Mercury & Neptune more widely foreground
-- Mercury-Saturn sq. 2°22' M
Moon-Venus co. 0°41'
Moon-Mars sq. 1°07' M

LIBSOLAR
Pluto on IC 0°41'
Venus on EP 0°40'
Sun on Asc 3°32
Moon & Mars widely foreground
-- Venus-Mars sq. 0°54' M
-- Venus-Pluto sq. 1°01'
-- Moon-Sun sq. 2°02'
-- Uranus-Pluto sq. 3°04' PVP
-- Mo/Ma on meridian 0°27'
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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:49 am

CAPSOLAR
Sun on Asc 0°13'
Mercury widely foreground [co. non-fore Pluto 0°59']
Moon-Saturn co. 3°45' M

ARISOLAR
Pluto on Asc 0°07'
Moon on Dsc 0°09'
Uranus on IC 1°56'
Jupiter on Dsc 2°38'
Mars more widely foreground
-- Mo/Pl on horizon 0°01'
-- -- -- Moon-Pluto op. 0°16' M
-- Jupiter-Uranus 0°42' M
-- Uranus-Pluto sq. 1°49' M
-- Moon-Uranus sq. 2°05' M
-- Jupiter-Pluto 2°31' M
-- Moon-Jupiter co. 2°47' M

CANSOLAR
Venus on WP 0°11' [sq. non-fore Saturn 2°59' M]
Moon on EP 0°42' [op. non-fore Sun 3°36' M]
Mercury is more widely foreground [sq. non-fore Neptune 1°55]
-- Moon-Venus op. 0°40' M

LIBSOLAR
Venus on MC 1°01'
Pluto on EP-a 1°50'
-- Venus-Pluto sq. 2°26' in RA
Moon-Mars op. 2°06'

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:50 am

CAPSOLAR
Uranus on Asc 1°49'
Mercury more widely foreground
-- Mercury-Uranus sq. 1°37' M

ARISOLAR
Uranus on EP-a 1°16'
Venus on EP-a 1°42'
Moon on Dsc 3°08'
-- Venus-Uranus co. 0°26' in RA

CANSOLAR (Dormant.)
Moon-Saturn co. 0°21' M


LIBSOLAR
Saturn on EP 0°16'
Pluto on MC 2°38
Uranus very widely foreground
-- Saturn-Pluto sq. 2°26'
Moon-Sun co. 1°13' PVP
Moon-Pluto sq. 1°13 PVP
Sun-Pluto sq. 2°26' PVP
-- Mo = Su/Pl 0°00' in azimuth
Moon-Jupiter co. 1°15' M
Moon-Mercury co. 3°17' M
Moon-Neptune op. 3°35' M

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:50 am

2028 CANSOLAR (Dormant.)
Moon-Saturn co. 0°21' M


2028 LIBSOLAR
Saturn on EP 0°16'
Pluto on MC 2°38
Uranus very widely foreground
-- Saturn-Pluto sq. 2°26'
Moon-Sun co. 1°13' PVP
Moon-Pluto sq. 1°13 PVP
Sun-Pluto sq. 2°26' PVP
-- Mo = Su/Pl 0°00' in azimuth
Moon-Jupiter co. 1°15' M
Moon-Mercury co. 3°17' M
Moon-Neptune op. 3°35' M


CAPSOLAR (Dormant.)
Moon-Mercury 0°07' M. Moon-Jupiter sq. 0°45' M. Moon-Sun co. 3°36'


ARISOLAR
Uranus on Z 0°18'

CANSOLAR
Pluto on Dsc 0°40'
Sun on EP 0°56'
Mercury on Asc 3°01'
Mars & Jupiter more widely foreground
-- Mars-Jupiter conj. 0°59'
-- Mercury-Jupiter sq. 2°04' M
-- Mercury-Pluto op. 3°40' M
Moon-Neptune op. 1°06'

LIBSOLAR
Saturn on Z 0°16'
Pluto more widely angular [sq. non-fore Jupiter 2°59']
Moon-Venus sq. 2°15'

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:50 am

CAPSOLAR
Jupiter on EP-a 0°31'
Saturn on WP 0°47'
Pluto on N 1°32'
Mars widely foreground
-- Mars-Saturn sq. 1°59' M
-- Ma/Pl on IC 0°14'

ARISOLAR
Saturn on Dsc 1°07'
Jupiter on Asc 1°10'
Moon & Venus more widely foreground
-- Ju/Sa on horizon 0°02'
-- -- -- Jupiter-Saturn op. 2°01'
-- Moon-Venus op. 1°40' M
Moon-Uranus sq. 2°17'

CANSOLAR (Dormant.)
Moon-Saturn sq. 2°50' M


LIBSOLAR
Pluto on N 1°15'
Mercury widely foreground
Moon-Neptune sq. 1°31'

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:51 am

2030 CANSOLAR (Dormant.)
Moon-Saturn sq. 2°50' M


2030 LIBSOLAR
Pluto on N 1°15'
Mercury widely foreground
Moon-Neptune sq. 1°31'


CAPSOLAR (Dormant.)
Moon-Neptune op. 2°15'


ARISOLAR
Pluto on Asc 2°54'

CANSOLAR
Moon on Dsc 0°19'
Sun on WP-a 1°35'
Uranus very widely foreground

LIBSOLAR (Dormant.)
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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:51 am

CAPSOLAR
Saturn on Asc 1°20'
Venus & Uranus more widely foreground
-- Venus-Uranus op. 1°00' M
-- Venus-Saturn op. 3°19' M

ARISOLAR (Dormant.)
Moon-Uranus co. 0°27' M. Moon-Saturn co. 1°56'.


CANSOLAR
Moon on Dsc 0°22'
Sun on IC 1°12'
Pluto on Z 0°56'
Mars & Jupiter more widely foreground
-- Mars-Neptune sq. 0°06' PVP
-- Moon-Sun 0°50' M
-- Sun-Neptune 1°42' PVP
-- Sun-Mars conj. 1°48'
-- Sun-Jupiter sq. 2°19'
-- Moon-Pluto sq. 2°26'
-- Ma/Ju on meridian 0°31'

LIBSOLAR
Mercury on WP 1°21'
Venus barely foreground [sq. non-fore Pluto 0°52' M]
Moon-Neptune conj. 1°20'
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Re: Future Solar Ingresses (U.S.A.)

Post by SteveS » Wed May 19, 2021 8:49 am

Only if a higher than normal inflation rate is confirmed in 2024, the 2024 Capsolar may indicate bubble-type prices of things.

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jan 17, 2023 8:04 am

2032 CANSOLAR
Moon on Dsc 0°22'
Sun on IC 1°12'
Pluto on Z 0°56'
Mars & Jupiter more widely foreground
-- Mars-Neptune sq. 0°06' PVP
-- Moon-Sun 0°50' M
-- Sun-Neptune 1°42' PVP
-- Sun-Mars conj. 1°48'
-- Sun-Jupiter sq. 2°19'
-- Moon-Pluto sq. 2°26'
-- Ma/Ju on meridian 0°31'

2032 LIBSOLAR
Mercury on WP 1°20'
Venus barely foreground [sq. non-fore Pluto 0°51' M]
-- Me/Ve on WP-a 0°42' [should this count?]
Moon-Neptune conj. 1°20'


CAPSOLAR (Dormant.)
Moon-Aun 3°25'. Moon-Mercury 3°53'.


ARISOLAR (Dormant.)
Moon-Sun 0°32' M.


CANSOLAR
Pluto on Dsc 0°19'
-- Mercury-Uranus co 1°01' PVP
-- Mercury-Pluto sq 1°35' PVP
-- Uranus-Pluto sq 2°44' PVP
Moon-Uranus 0°27'
Moon-Mars 1°26'

LIBSOLAR
Moon on Asc 0°57'
Jupiter on WP 1°22'
-- Moon-Saturn sq. 0°47' PVP
-- Moon-Jupiter op 3°11'
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Re: Future Solar Ingresses (U.S.A.)

Post by SteveS » Fri Aug 04, 2023 10:31 am

Because of the possible f—ked-up Prez election cycle in 2024 between Trump & Biden, Trump possibly being in Jail with his legal troubles & Biden possibly not living to the end of this election cycle, I am going to read the 2024 Capsolar using SMA, Donald Bradley’s delineation form his book Solar & Lunar Returns for Jupiter-Pluto in the mundane world of today’s USA screwed-upped politics, and the Hamburg School of Astrology. And, I hope I am dead wrong on my read here for the possibilities for this 2024 Capsolar.
It is becoming obvious if the Justice Departments in the DC community does not remove Trump from this 2024 election cycle, Trump will win hands-down as the Rep Candidate vs Biden as the Dem Candidate. 33% of the voting public will vote for Trump no matter how mad/crazy they think Trump is as a Prez Candidate & 33% of the voting public will vote for Biden no matter his age, condition mind, or possible corruptness. 33% of the other voting public will remain undecided waiting to decide on Election Day. 50% of Americans don’t give a damn and will not vote.

First, let’s look at Jupiter in this 2024 SMA Capsolar. Jupiter is partile 90 Capsolar’s MC, a very potent Jupiter. Conventionally we would expect this potent Jupiter to bring the USA as a whole very benefic things. But, this Capsolar Jupiter is mundo partile 90 Pluto. Partile mundo 0 90 180 aspects in Solar Ingresses are not to be ignored, they are prominent aspects. IMHO, I think this Jupiter (Legal systems)-Pluto (stunning/shocking) may have something big to do with stunning/shocking legal/justice matters pertaining to Trump as the Rep Candidate. Most of the Rep Party hate Trump but probably figure Trump is their best chance to gain more DC power. No way can another Rep candidate win vs Biden, IMHO.

Second, I will use Bradley’s words from his book Solar & Lunars Returns for Jupiter-Pluto, but will replace his word “native” with the words mundane 2024 election (M24E):
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 M24E relationship to M24E career, M24E financial status, and M24E outside world. It is the marker of crises which make or break the M24E reputation by forcing grave issues out into the light of day, for all to see and judge.
And third, but not least is the Hamburg School of Astrology’s interpretation for this 2024 Capsolar. The 2024 ASC/MC =SVP 1, 17 by direct midpoint. And, very important: t Neptune and secondary progressed Capsolar Moon will partile conjunct and partile conjunct this ASC/MC forming a planetary picture of ASC/MC = SVP = sp Moon = t Neptune about the time when both Rep & Dem candidates are chosen. If we allow the SVP to represent the same symbolism of the Aires point in the Hamburg School, this will be the biggest election ever in the USA brought to the WORLD’S attention. This Hamburg School of direct midpoint symbolism will be a very interesting possibility for this 2024 Capsolar, and if it manifests—it could get very ugly and messy during and post election cycle. :(

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Re: Future Solar Ingresses (U.S.A.)

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Aug 04, 2023 11:07 am

My standard interpretation for Jupiter-Pluto aspects in the foreground of an ingress:
Challenging beliefs, traditions, values, and the political-cultural systems that sustain them (ideological extremism arises). Political undermining or reversals (leaders attacked, removed; fall of regimes; reversals in political dominance; covert operations). Reconstructing a social order (ideological zeal; defense of justice, liberty, democracy). Effective alliance; ethnic or nationalist coalescing, founding a nation. – Money crisis (blow to economic conditions: reversals or ruin). Recovery, healing, or correction (by heroic measures) of wrong (unjust, dangerous, undermined) conditions, turning a corner, reversing the tide (healing disease). – Outlandishly freaky weather events.
However, the single strongest thing of this ingress is Jupiter 0°12' from an angle for Washington! Pluto isn't foreground, so, from what we've found with the ingresses, the Jupiter-Pluto square "doesn't even exist" except as a minor supplemental factor. The whole of the Capsolar for Washington is:

Jupiter on EP 0°12'
Uranus moderately foreground
== Jupiter square non-foreground Pluto
Moon-Neptune co 0°16'
Moon-Venus sq 2°54'

The Moon-Neptune is of some concern (but we already expect craziness for the year) and its part of Moon-Venus. Overall, this is a very positive chart, which then adds some subtleties of a barely expressive Jupiter-Pluto as some sort of supplemental chaos - perhaps just the political turmoil itself.

I've been looking forard to this benefic Capsolar since 2020 as the one that's going to pull us out and put everything fully back on track.

Of course, it will be obvious enough whether I'm wrong or right about that ;)
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Re: Future Solar Ingresses (U.S.A.)

Post by SteveS » Sat Aug 05, 2023 4:32 am

Jim wrote:
The Moon-Neptune is of some concern (but we already expect craziness for the year) and its part of Moon-Venus. Overall, this is a very positive chart, which then adds some subtleties of a barely expressive Jupiter-Pluto as some sort of supplemental chaos - perhaps just the political turmoil itself.
I hear you Jim. Only if Trump vs Biden for Prez, I think most all of the symbolism in the 2024 Capsolar will manifest with the Prez election. Neptune in its guise of propaganda will be a big part of this election if Trump vs Biden, IMO.

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Re: Future Solar Ingresses (U.S.A.)

Post by SteveS » Fri Dec 29, 2023 4:54 am

DCs standalone 2024 Capsolar Moon-Jupiter-Neptune symbolism could be symbolizing PBD’s possible explosive Bull Market in 2024. If this is true, we should know by March 2024. IMO, I think it will hinge on if the Fed lowers interest rates in March 2024.

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Re: Future Solar Ingresses (U.S.A.)

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Dec 29, 2023 5:27 am

SteveS wrote:
Fri Dec 29, 2023 4:54 am
DCs standalone 2024 Capsolar Moon-Jupiter-Neptune symbolism could be symbolizing PBD’s possible explosive Bull Market in 2024. If this is true, we should know by March 2024. IMO, I think it will hinge on if the Fed lowers interest rates in March 2024.
However, we have to take those Moon aspects in the context of the one blazing thing about this chart, which is the tightly angular Jupiter. That sets the fundamental theme for the U.S. - everything else is secondary to that or within its context.
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Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Dec 29, 2023 5:36 am

CAPSOLAR
Moon on Asc 2°05'
Jupiter more widely foreground
-- Moon-Uranus sq 0°59' PVP

ARISOLAR
Mars on Dsc 2°14'
Moon on N 1°48'
-- Moon-Mars sq 0°02'
-- Mars-Saturn sq 016' PVP
-- Moon sq non-foreground Venus 1°40' M

CANSOLAR
[This looks like the next gigantic, devastating U.S. economic crash]
Eris on Dsc 0°08'
Saturn on Z 0°05'
Sun on Z 0°11'
Mars and Neptune more widely foreground
-- Sun/Saturn on Z 0°03'
------ Sun-Saturn co 0°16'
-- Sun-Neptune sq 0°44' M
-- Saturn-Neptune sq 1°00' M
-- Sun-Eris sq 2°36'
-- Saturn-Eris sq 2°51'
-- Neptune-Eris co 3°00' M
Moon-Pluto op 2°21' M

LIBSOLAR (Dormant.)
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Re: Future Solar Ingresses (U.S.A.)

Post by SteveS » Wed Jan 03, 2024 6:43 am

Jim wrote:
CANSOLAR (2034)
[This looks like the next gigantic, devastating U.S. economic crash]
For sure when you use Firebrace methodology by bi-wheeling the 2034 Capsolar Master Chart of the Year with the USA Radical Chart. I have passed this knowledge onto my Nephew & Niece. Thanks Jim

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