Fixed Stars.

sagittariussoul

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Hi all, so since i'm still a newbie to astrology, I'm wanting to read more into fixed stars and was wondering if some one could be kind enough to interpret mine? Thanks in advance. :)
 

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sagittariussoul

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Due to being on my mobile, I've also realised i've posted this thread in the wrong section. Does any one know how to move a thread? Or delete one? Thanks again.
 

AppLeo

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Fixed stars don't really mean anything unless they are conjunct your personal planets. Since you have no conjunctions to fixed stars they don't mean anything.

You do have Alta opposite Venus, which may mean something...
 

JUPITERASC

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Hi all, so since i'm still a newbie to astrology,
I'm wanting to read more into fixed stars
FIXED STAR LISTS AND ARTICLES http://constellationsofwords.com/Fixedstars.htm
and was wondering if some one could be kind enough to interpret mine? Thanks in advance. :)
THE FIXED STARS IN NATAL ASTROLOGY http://constellationsofwords.com/categories/natalrobson.htm


Fixed stars conjunct angles in natal are dependent on a reliable time of birth
if the time of birth is out by four minutes or les
then any possible angular Fixed Star conjunction is unreliable


keep in mind also that conjunction by Longitude alone is insufficient :smile:
conjunctions to fixed stars are noticeable when conjunct by LATITUDE and/or DECLINATION

find the "additional tables pdf" above top left of any astro.com chart
click on these because
the additional tables pdf provides latitude as well as declination and longitude

DIAGRAMS FOR CLARIFICATION




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JUPITERASC

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Due to being on my mobile, I've also realised i've posted this thread in the wrong section.

Does any one know how to move a thread? Or delete one? Thanks again.
Only a moderator has the ability to move a thread :smile:
sending a private message to moderator wilsontc and/or moderator tsmall
with an explanation of why you would like your thread moved to a more appropriate forum
would resolve this issue
 

enigmaticstatic

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Hi all, so since i'm still a newbie to astrology, I'm wanting to read more into fixed stars and was wondering if some one could be kind enough to interpret mine? Thanks in advance. :)
If you go on astro.com and click on the extended chart selection, special charts there is a Paran's chart you can get for your natal chart. Pretty interesting stuff.
 

JUPITERASC

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If you go on astro.com and click on the extended chart selection, special charts
there is a Paran's chart you can get for your natal chart.
Pretty interesting stuff.
by the way, one of the Parans option Special Charts on astro.com Extended Chart Selection Page
is Parans according to Bernadette Brady - PARANS is in fact VISUAL ASTROLOGY

Part 1 of the inaugural lecture Bernadette Brady presented
to the Astrological Association conference in York, UK in October 2005
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Cao-fyS3Ao

Bernadette Brady Visual Astrology Part 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7-sUt5d9w

RAPHAEL'S ASTROLOGER INTERVIEWS 3 - BERNADETTE BRADY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_BHCte4yUc

Keep in mind that the idea of Astrology being VISUAL is original astrology from thousands of years ago :smile:
 

Cupid Arrow

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Fixed stars don't really mean anything unless they are conjunct your personal planets. Since you have no conjunctions to fixed stars they don't mean anything.

You do have Alta opposite Venus, which may mean something...

And what if it conjuncts during a transit? Actually I was told they dont mean anything..
 

JUPITERASC

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Fixed Stars are distant suns, light years distant from earth
There are stars out there much bigger than our puny sun
:smile:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Eh5BpSnBBw
And what if it conjuncts during a transit?

The Fixed Star REGULUS for example
is approximately 247 LIGHT YEARS distant from our planet Earth :smile:
as a consequence of such vast distances
FIXED STARS transit very slowly
moving
about one degree every 70 years

and so
Fixed Stars conjunct natal planets at birth
by LATITUDE/DECLINATION and not just LONGITUDE
are those to note



Actually I was told they dont mean anything..
Fixed stars delineation is a topic on which few have much experience

 

JUPITERASC

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So you could similarly say for eg. a fixed star is conjunct the ascendant by declination,
if it is there on a particular degree?
Correct :smile:

To find the DECLINATION of the ASCENDANT
use the ADDITIONAL TABLES PDF
the link is located above left on natal chart image of astro.com

keep in mind however
that an EXACT time of birth is ESSENTIAL
because the ASCENDANT travels at the rate of ONE DEGREE every FOUR MINUTES

famous example in the news currently
is DONALD TRUMP
who has REGULUS conjunct ASCENDANT
and
REGULUS is also conjunct Trumps natal MARS
 
Correct :smile:

To find the DECLINATION of the ASCENDANT
use the ADDITIONAL TABLES PDF
the link is located above left on natal chart image of astro.com

keep in mind however
that an EXACT time of birth is ESSENTIAL
because the ASCENDANT travels at the rate of ONE DEGREE every FOUR MINUTES

famous example in the news currently
is DONALD TRUMP
who has REGULUS conjunct ASCENDANT
and
REGULUS is also conjunct Trumps natal MARS

Well, there's no chance of me finding out the exact time, given the amount of maths involved; mine being a presumed rounded birth time. I would rather 10 years hard labour in North Korea than that amount of maths *_*
 

JUPITERASC

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Well, there's no chance of me finding out the exact time, given the amount of maths involved;
mine being a presumed rounded birth time.
I would rather 10 years hard labour in North Korea than that amount of maths *_*
Then there's no reliability regarding whether FIXED STAR is/is not on ascendant :smile:
 

Claire19

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And what if it conjuncts during a transit? Actually I was told they dont mean anything..

I dont use fixed stars at all and certainly not in transits.
Same with asteroids and any other bodies that are not planets but including the Sun and moon of course.
.
Chiron the jury is out on and I will look at it but in tight orbs only and not with transits. For now... I keep my mind open.
 

Claire19

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Fixed stars don't really mean anything unless they are conjunct your personal planets. Since you have no conjunctions to fixed stars they don't mean anything.

You do have Alta opposite Venus, which may mean something...

You wont find any verified information on Alta or with Venus whatever and for good reason, just not valid.
 

Cupid Arrow

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Fixed Stars are distant suns, light years distant from earth
There are stars out there much bigger than our puny sun
:smile:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Eh5BpSnBBw


The Fixed Star REGULUS for example
is approximately 247 LIGHT YEARS distant from our planet Earth :smile:
as a consequence of such vast distances
FIXED STARS transit very slowly
moving
about one degree every 70 years

and so
Fixed Stars conjunct natal planets at birth
by LATITUDE/DECLINATION and not just LONGITUDE
are those to note



Fixed stars delineation is a topic on which few have much experience


And what do you believe, are they significant or not?
 
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