Breast augmentation on this date?

Fireycapricorn

New member
I wanted to have a breast augmentation done on this date but I’m not sure if the transits are good. These are the transits:

Sun Trine Sun 0.91

Moon Square Jupiter 0.09

Mercury Trine Mercury 0.62
Mercury Opposition Jupiter 1.56

Venus Trine Vertex 0.19

Mars Sextile Sun 0.26

Jupiter Trine Pluto 0.11
Jupiter Sextile Lilith 0.87

Saturn Quincunx Chiron 1.72
Saturn Sextile Ascendant 0.88

Uranus Trine P. of Fortune 0.03

Neptune Sextile Uranus 1.16
Neptune Sextile Neptune 1.92
Neptune Opposition Chiron 1.63
Neptune Square Ascendant 0.79

Pluto Square Moon 0.77
Pluto Sextile Pluto 1.22
Pluto Square Midheaven 1.32

Chiron Quincunx P. of Fortune 0.63

Lilith Quincunx Mercury 1.40
Lilith Quincunx Venus 0.77
Lilith Sextile Mars 0.47

True Node Trine Neptune 0.36
 

Samantha Bean

Well-known member
I wanted to have a breast augmentation done on this date but I’m not sure if the transits are good. These are the transits:
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KEYS TO BETTER OPERATIONS(you cannot get them all, but try for as many as you can):

1. Plan to have the operation five days before or after a New Moon: fluids are lowest, less chance of swelling

2. Don’t have the operation fie days before or after the full Moon: fluids are at their highest, swelling is likely, hemorrhaging and seepage from wounds is more likely.

3. VOC Moon days are bad: good chance operation will be performed incorrectly, complications will arise, that a second operation will be necessary

4. Don’t have an operation ruled by a part of the body in which the Sun or the Moon is currently transiting. For example, Aries rules the face. Don’t have plastic surgery on the face when the Sun or Moon is in Aries.

5. Don’t have surgery when the Moon is in Sagittarius, Virgo, Gemini, or Pisces.

6. Have the operation when the transiting Moon is in Leo, Taurus, Aquarius, or Scorpio.

7. Avoid surgery when the transiting Moon is within 8.5 degrees of the Sun and in the same sign; or within 17 degrees of natal Sun, Moon, or Mars.

8. Don’t have surgery when the Moon is transiting by square, opoosition, or inconjunct the natal or other transiting Sun, Mars, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, or Pluto. You are looking at excess bleeding or inflammation after surgery, and with Saturn chronic or serious complications.

9. Try to have an operation when the traniting Moon is sextile or trine natal, progressed,or other transiting Venus, Mars, or Jupiter. The action with Mars will help the surgeon to do his job well.

10. Don't have surgery when Mercury or Mars is Rx. Mercury may cause mistakes, confusion in the operating theater, or general confusion. Mars causes unrealiable actiong, and failure to concentrate adequately, as well as heavy loss of blood.

(11) Operate on the increase of the Moon if possible.

(12) Never operate when the Moon is in the same sign as at birth.

(13) Never operate upon that part of the body ruled by the sign thru which the Moon is passing at the time, but wait a day or two until the Moon passes into the next sign below, and especially if the Moon be in conjunction, square or opposition Neptune, Uranus, Saturn or Mars at the time. This rule should be especially followed in major operations. Ptolemy says, "Pierce not with iron that part of the body which may be governed by the sign actually occupied by the Moon."

(14) Do not operate when the Moon is applying closely to the square or opposition the Sun, Saturn or Mars.

(15) Let the Moon be increasing in light, and in sextile or trine Jupiter or Venus and not afflicted by Mars.

(16) Do not operate when the Moon is applying to any aspect of Mars, as such tends to danger of inflammation & complications after the operation.

(17) The Moon should be free from all manner of impediment.

(18) Jupiter, Venus, and the ruler of the ascendant should be in the ascendant or in the M.C., if possible, and free of Mars affliction.

(19) Fortify the Sign ruling the part of the body to be operated upon.

(20) A Mars hour is evil for surgical operations.

(21) Do not cut a nerve when Mercury is afflicted.

Better yet…..don’t drive your car either.
 
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blackbery

Well-known member
Do you have a chart?
Remember to never have any plastic surgery when :venus::retrograde: & try to avoid :mercury::retrograde: too.

:moon:rules breasts, try to have :moon: in good aspect that day.

No use posting transits without your chart & the transits imposed on that day to see how it works together.

Non-astrology advice, get lots of referrals for the surgeon & check them out to ensure he/she is not a butcher with numerous complaints.:whistling::whistling::whistling:




I wanted to have a breast augmentation done on this date but I’m not sure if the transits are good. These are the transits:

Sun Trine Sun 0.91

Moon Square Jupiter 0.09

Mercury Trine Mercury 0.62
Mercury Opposition Jupiter 1.56

Venus Trine Vertex 0.19

Mars Sextile Sun 0.26

Jupiter Trine Pluto 0.11
Jupiter Sextile Lilith 0.87

Saturn Quincunx Chiron 1.72
Saturn Sextile Ascendant 0.88

Uranus Trine P. of Fortune 0.03

Neptune Sextile Uranus 1.16
Neptune Sextile Neptune 1.92
Neptune Opposition Chiron 1.63
Neptune Square Ascendant 0.79

Pluto Square Moon 0.77
Pluto Sextile Pluto 1.22
Pluto Square Midheaven 1.32

Chiron Quincunx P. of Fortune 0.63

Lilith Quincunx Mercury 1.40
Lilith Quincunx Venus 0.77
Lilith Sextile Mars 0.47

True Node Trine Neptune 0.36
 

Frisiangal

Well-known member
KEYS TO BETTER OPERATIONS(you cannot get them all, but try for as many as you can):

1. Plan to have the operation five days before or after a New Moon: fluids are lowest, less chance of swelling

2. Don’t have the operation fie days before or after the full Moon: fluids are at their highest, swelling is likely, hemorrhaging and seepage from wounds is more likely.

Hi Samantha,
My copy of H. Cornell's 'Rules for Operations' gives 15 'rules' and has slightly different terms for 1 and 2
; not specifically 5 days before/ after Moon status but
1. Increase of Moon, and
2. Not on exact time of Full Moon

3. VOC Moon days are bad: good chance operation will be performed incorrectly, complications will arise, that a second operation will be necessary


5. Don’t have surgery when the Moon is in Sagittarius, Virgo, Gemini, or Pisces.

6. Have the operation when the transiting Moon is in Leo, Taurus, Aquarius, or Scorpio.

(19) Fortify the Sign ruling the part of the body to be operated upon.

These rules do not appear at all on the list I have.
Do they come from the same source as the other 15?

Many thanks.
 

Samantha Bean

Well-known member
Hi Samantha,
My copy of H. Cornell's 'Rules for Operations' gives 15 'rules' and has slightly different terms for 1 and 2
; not specifically 5 days before/ after Moon status but
1. Increase of Moon, and
2. Not on exact time of Full Moon



These rules do not appear at all on the list I have.
Do they come from the same source as the other 15?

Many thanks.

They come from John Samoza, who is a professional horary and event astrologer in NYC. He is in his 70’s not I believe(but then again, so am I!). He has offered these things free for anyone who wants them.
 

Fireycapricorn

New member
Do you have a chart?
Remember to never have any plastic surgery when :venus::retrograde: & try to avoid :mercury::retrograde: too.

:moon:rules breasts, try to have :moon: in good aspect that day.

No use posting transits without your chart & the transits imposed on that day to see how it works together.

Non-astrology advice, get lots of referrals for the surgeon & check them out to ensure he/she is not a butcher with numerous complaints.:whistling::whistling::whistling:

Here’s the chart https://imgur.com/a/PZIrDHD
 

Fireycapricorn

New member
KEYS TO BETTER OPERATIONS(you cannot get them all, but try for as many as you can):

1. Plan to have the operation five days before or after a New Moon: fluids are lowest, less chance of swelling

2. Don’t have the operation fie days before or after the full Moon: fluids are at their highest, swelling is likely, hemorrhaging and seepage from wounds is more likely.

3. VOC Moon days are bad: good chance operation will be performed incorrectly, complications will arise, that a second operation will be necessary

4. Don’t have an operation ruled by a part of the body in which the Sun or the Moon is currently transiting. For example, Aries rules the face. Don’t have plastic surgery on the face when the Sun or Moon is in Aries.

5. Don’t have surgery when the Moon is in Sagittarius, Virgo, Gemini, or Pisces.

6. Have the operation when the transiting Moon is in Leo, Taurus, Aquarius, or Scorpio.

7. Avoid surgery when the transiting Moon is within 8.5 degrees of the Sun and in the same sign; or within 17 degrees of natal Sun, Moon, or Mars.

8. Don’t have surgery when the Moon is transiting by square, opoosition, or inconjunct the natal or other transiting Sun, Mars, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, or Pluto. You are looking at excess bleeding or inflammation after surgery, and with Saturn chronic or serious complications.

9. Try to have an operation when the traniting Moon is sextile or trine natal, progressed,or other transiting Venus, Mars, or Jupiter. The action with Mars will help the surgeon to do his job well.

10. Don't have surgery when Mercury or Mars is Rx. Mercury may cause mistakes, confusion in the operating theater, or general confusion. Mars causes unrealiable actiong, and failure to concentrate adequately, as well as heavy loss of blood.

(11) Operate on the increase of the Moon if possible.

(12) Never operate when the Moon is in the same sign as at birth.

(13) Never operate upon that part of the body ruled by the sign thru which the Moon is passing at the time, but wait a day or two until the Moon passes into the next sign below, and especially if the Moon be in conjunction, square or opposition Neptune, Uranus, Saturn or Mars at the time. This rule should be especially followed in major operations. Ptolemy says, "Pierce not with iron that part of the body which may be governed by the sign actually occupied by the Moon."

(14) Do not operate when the Moon is applying closely to the square or opposition the Sun, Saturn or Mars.

(15) Let the Moon be increasing in light, and in sextile or trine Jupiter or Venus and not afflicted by Mars.

(16) Do not operate when the Moon is applying to any aspect of Mars, as such tends to danger of inflammation & complications after the operation.

(17) The Moon should be free from all manner of impediment.

(18) Jupiter, Venus, and the ruler of the ascendant should be in the ascendant or in the M.C., if possible, and free of Mars affliction.

(19) Fortify the Sign ruling the part of the body to be operated upon.

(20) A Mars hour is evil for surgical operations.

(21) Do not cut a nerve when Mercury is afflicted.

Better yet…..don’t drive your car either.

Hahaha YIKES 😩 what time is mars hour? Thank you so much for your detailed response
 
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