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Roks 02-17-2020 05:31 PM

Node sextile Uranus
 
What does North Node sextile Uranus mean? I have it at 0,02 degrees natally

AJ Astrology 02-17-2020 10:50 PM

Re: Node sextile Uranus
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Roks (Post 1027726)
What does North Node sextile Uranus mean? I have it at 0,02 degrees natally

Hi Roks,

It doesn't mean anything.

The nodes, and there are two measures, the average/mean node and the true node, are those points where Moon crosses the ecliptic.

Imagine taking a big sheet of wood or linoleum and sticking in the center of Sun's polar diameter so that it extends out in all directions. That's the planet of the ecliptic and the celestial bodies move up and down crossing the plane as they orbit Sun.

Moon's orbit around Earth is canted, so that it crosses the ecliptic into the south and then again into the north.

When Moon crosses the ecliptic and joins with Sun, that is a lunar eclipse.

It's an imaginary point, so it's not real, there's no substance to it.

The Head or North Node is believed to be positive, so a body that is at that point like Venus or Saturn gains a benefit. The Tail or South Node is believed to be negative, so a body at that point is harmed.

Because it's an imaginary point, it doesn't make any aspects.

The whole theory behind aspects is that celestial bodies cast rays, and they literally do, because they either emit light, like Sun, or they reflect light, and they all emit electromagnetic waves, not to mention gravitational waves.

Since the nodes are dead space, they emit/reflect nothing.

Bunraku 02-17-2020 11:16 PM

Re: Node sextile Uranus
 
AJ, do you not believe in the nodes effects? It's fine if you don't, we all practice astrology differently, so I'm just asking.

The nodes effects on the planets have been documented and written about before, even by the ancient astrologers who viewed certain configurations with the nodes to produce certain effects. Many other points are 'imaginary' in Astrology, so I'm curious where you draw the line :innocent:


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