Saturday, August 7, 2010

Declinations of the Grand Square - 2010

In my article on JAstrology I speak about declinations of the planets being in critical areas of the Zodiac.  One way to show you this is by creating a declination chart (graph) that shows the Moon's transit Out of Bounds at the top of the graph (for Cancer), Pluto as the bottom of the graph (for Capricorn) and the other planets all tightly grouped in the middle around the equator. Although the Equator would seemingly indicate all the planets being in the same sign, it is the dividing point for the North and South declinations. The North is the equator to the Tropic of Cancer and all the signs from Aries to Virgo. The South is from the equator to the Tropic of Capricorn and all the sign from Libra to Pisces. The signs on either side of the zero declination (aka equator) are Pisces, Aries, Virgo and Libra. At the opposing ends of the declination are the degrees of Tropic (and beyond). The degrees of Tropic are 23 deg 27 min. Anytime planets exceed 23.27, then the planet is considered to be Out of Bounds (OOB) by declination. The OOB energies vary depending upon the planet, but it typically indicates a sense of vulnerability.

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