👋🏼👋🏼👋🏼 Greetings from a scientific astrologer

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Monk

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The hexagon is a powerful shape. As carbon-based lifeforms, where would we bee without it?
Joke,
You wouldn't bee a bulldog chewing a wasp, would you? LOL!
The pharaoh's throne name, the first of the two names written inside a cartouche, usually accompanied the title nsw-bity (nsw(t)-bjt(j)), traditionally interpreted as "[He] of sedge [and] bee" and often translated for convenience as "King of Upper and of Lower Egypt". (The sedge and the bee symbolised Upper and Lower Egypt, respectively,[7][8] although recent research has thrown this interpretation into doubt.[9][10])

The epithet nb tꜣwy, "Lord of the Two Lands", referring to the valley and delta regions of Egypt, often occurs as well.[clarification needed]
 

JUPITERASC

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Joke,
You wouldn't bee a bulldog chewing a wasp, would you? LOL!
The pharaoh's throne name, the first of the two names written inside a cartouche, usually accompanied the title nsw-bity (nsw(t)-bjt(j)), traditionally interpreted as "[He] of sedge [and] bee" and often translated for convenience as "King of Upper and of Lower Egypt". (The sedge and the bee symbolised Upper and Lower Egypt, respectively,[7][8] although recent research has thrown this interpretation into doubt.[9][10])

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The epithet nb tꜣwy, "Lord of the Two Lands", referring to the valley and delta regions of Egypt, often occurs as well.[clarification needed]
 

david starling

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Joke,
You wouldn't bee a bulldog chewing a wasp, would you? LOL!
The pharaoh's throne name, the first of the two names written inside a cartouche, usually accompanied the title nsw-bity (nsw(t)-bjt(j)), traditionally interpreted as "[He] of sedge [and] bee" and often translated for convenience as "King of Upper and of Lower Egypt". (The sedge and the bee symbolised Upper and Lower Egypt, respectively,[7][8] although recent research has thrown this interpretation into doubt.[9][10])

The epithet nb tꜣwy, "Lord of the Two Lands", referring to the valley and delta regions of Egypt, often occurs as well.[clarification needed]

Upper and Lower Egypt relate to Pisces, the upper and lower fish. The Pharoah relates to Neptune, ruler of the two lands, ruler of the Nile, and god of boats.
 

JUPITERASC

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Joke,
You wouldn't bee a bulldog chewing a wasp, would you? LOL!
especially these Monk :)

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The pharaoh's throne name, the first of the two names written inside a cartouche, usually accompanied the title nsw-bity (nsw(t)-bjt(j)), traditionally interpreted as "[He] of sedge [and] bee" and often translated for convenience as "King of Upper and of Lower Egypt". (The sedge and the bee symbolised Upper and Lower Egypt, respectively,[7][8] although recent research has thrown this interpretation into doubt.[9][10])

The epithet nb tꜣwy, "Lord of the Two Lands", referring to the valley and delta regions of Egypt, often occurs as well.[clarification needed]
 
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Monk

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Gourds were used by Cleopatra, they were dry husks, she would put bees inside that acted like batteries, clever bees!

 

david starling

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The 6-pointed "Star of David" can be seen as an alchemical symbol.

Hermes/Mercury rules Hermetic alchemy, as well as the 6th astrological sign, Virgo.

The expression "As above, so below" is alchemical, and the two interlocking triangles point upwards and downwards.

The four alchemical Elements are represented, with the upwards-pointing triangle signifying Fire, the downwards-pointing triangle, Water; and, being interlocked, the base of each triangle crosses over the other and that forms the alchemical symbols for Air, upwards-pointing, and Earth, downwards-pointing.
 

Monk

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Outlook

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ah well DD, you see some of us dont give a toss about what the world thinks or how others regard, if they regard even. others have their own missions. allowing interference is immature and leads to blame games and that would be projection of my self determination and autonomy.

it would be a cold day in hell i allow external influence to dominate me.
 

Outlook

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Hi David,
Yes you do have a point, but it is always the Golden Ratio that shows up:-
everything is included in quantum. all ratios. in order for free will to be available, all options needed to be there.
 

JUPITERASC

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david starling

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Hi David,
Yes you do have a point, but it is always the Golden Ratio that shows up:-

The as above so below Star has 6 points! :lol:
 

waybread

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DigitalDiva-- (who for some reason, I keep wanting to call DivineDiva,) I don't know if this matters in your posts to me, but I have been studying astrology since ca. 1990, and reading a lot of charts on-line for people on-line for over 15 years . I always have more to learn, but I think I know the basics fairly well.

In terms of when one feels transits to one's natal chart, I think it depends upon which planet and aspect. Then I would go by degrees. I would feel an applying major transit from, say, Saturn or Pluto, within a few degrees of exact. Unfortunately some of these zodiacal heavies go retrograde and then direct, and can roll around a given point in one's chart for a long time before they move off. Even when one of the heavies moves deeply retrograde (and theoretically out-of-orb, I still feel it until it finally quits for good. Then the release is usually fairly rapid. But-- the question is what, during their sojourn with a natal planet or sensitive point,, use we've made of them.

I am a strong believer in choice-centered astrology.

Around 2014, I finally decided to take up horary astrology. It confounds just about any causal explanation of "why astrology works," (assuming that it does. But it also lends itself to verification in ways that natal chart-reading doesn't. I mean, either one finds the missing car keys or the lost cat comes home, or they don't.

Have you studied horary astrology?

I do think quintiles have meaning; and indeed, I think they are very powerful. But like all of the "minor" aspects, they have to be close to exact. I think they signify some kind of talent (as indicated by the two planets' nature, signs, and houses,) as well as the ambition to manifest it. Perhaps this is felt more strongly with a sun-Pluto quintile than with a gentle moon-Venus. Quintiles were first promoted by Johannes Kepler (1571-1630)-- still an impressive mathematician and astrologer.

Monk-- for some unknown reason, I found myself unable to log in to Skyscript a few months ago. Deborah Houlding tried to get me back on, but I still couldn't do it from my end. We both gave up. Possibly I should just ask to be banned, then to join again as a new member. I had no idea you were there as Archeoastronomer! :cool:

BTW, somewhere in my deep-storage mementos, I have my own prime number, given to me by a Canadian mathematics faculty. I took it as a well-intended joke, and arguably not theirs to give out. I don't recall what "my" prime number is, but it is a really, really big number.
 
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