James Condor's 2019 SSR

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James Condor's 2019 SSR

Post by James Condor » Mon Dec 31, 2018 8:02 am

What do you guys see as important?

Looks like Sun is foreground?
N and RMercury foreground
N Neptune and Jupiter foreground
R Mars Uranus and Saturn foreground
R Pluto wide foreground?

Sun-Pluto
Mars-Mercury
Jupiter-Neptune-Uranus
Uranus-Mars
Neptune-Mars

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Re: James Condor's 2019 SSR

Post by Danica » Mon Dec 31, 2018 12:12 pm

Are you in Valparaiso?

For there, I get a chart with t Mars 55' above AC, t Mercury 3*30' from MC, and t Uranus in the wider foreground, 8* 43' below AC.

Your natal Me-Ne-Mo(+Ju) cluster is brought to the fore with the tr Ma-Me square (it's a wider aspect, the transiting planets are 5* away from your Me-Ne-Mo, but it's there).

Moon of the return chart sq t Venus 3*41', and it's an applying aspect, so the Moon will progress to exact conjunction in May (enters orb about month before, cca mid-April, and exits orb cca mid-June).
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Re: James Condor's 2019 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Dec 31, 2018 12:15 pm

Sun isn't foreground at all (it's exactly on the 1th cusp). Here is what I get. Notice you have a few mundane aspects not so obvious in the ecliptical chart.

r Moon on Asc -0°21'
t Mars on Asc +1°55', on EP 0°36'
t Mercury on MC -3°31'
t Uranus on Asc -8°44'
r Mercury on MC +9°42'
-- t Mercury-Mars sq. 1°06'
-- t Mars conj. r Moon 2°16' in mundo
-- t Mercury conj. sq. r Moon 3°52'
-- t Mars sq. r Mercury 4°48'
-- t Mercury-Uranus sq. 5°13' in mundo

t Moon-Venus sq. 3°41'

t Uranus op. r Mars 1°09' (Uranus foreground, Mars not quite, but it deserves notice)
t Saturn conj. r MC 0°08'
t Jupiter-Neptune sq. 0°43'

So the foreground planets are transiting Mars, Mercury, and a little Uranus. The natal planets foreground are Moon and (barely) Mercury. These interact in various ways with focus on Mercury and Mars - the closest aspects are the square between transiting Mercury and Mars, and their connection to your natal Moon (closer mundanely than ecliptically).

Then you also have a Moon-Venus square that can't be ignored and the three aspects at the bottom that are all partile, or nearly so, and will have a voice through the year.
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Re: James Condor's 2019 SSR

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Dec 31, 2018 12:43 pm

Danica wrote:
Mon Dec 31, 2018 12:12 pm
...I get a chart with t Mars 55' above AC, t Mercury 3*30' from MC, and t Uranus in the wider foreground, 8* 43' below AC.
Exactly, except for a typo. Mars is 1°55', not 55' (which doesn't really make a difference anyone could tell).
Your natal Me-Ne-Mo(+Ju) cluster is brought to the fore with the tr Ma-Me square (it's a wider aspect, the transiting planets are 5* away from your Me-Ne-Mo, but it's there).
This one is tricky to see if you don't check the mundoscope carefully. Of the natal planets, Mercury is barely foreground and the others aren't at all. Notice that the 9th house is 13°23' wide in the ecliptic. 10° of the prime vertical is really one-third of a Campanus house so (as an estimate), if all of these planets were exactly on the ecliptic (they aren't), then the foreground boundary would be one-third of this 13°23' from MC, or 4°21' off MC in the zodiac, or around 6° Sagittarius, exactly where natal Mercury is.

This turns out to be a good estimate in this case. With careful calculation (adjusting the natal planets for precession then putting them in the mundoscope framework of the solar return), we find the distance of the three natal planets from MC is: Mercury 9°41', Neptune 12°01', and Jupiter 16°23'.
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Re: James Condor's 2019 SSR

Post by James Condor » Tue Jan 01, 2019 8:36 am

See, I need you guys b/c I haven't learned all this yet and I need to download a mundoscope

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