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Unread 01-15-2013, 11:47 PM
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Significance of Firdaria nodal phases

Is this the most likely time a person will balance the nodal axis themes?

It is interesting the original approach was to have everyone going through this phase between ages 7075. The modern variation has nocturnal charts going through this phase 39-44. The modern variation preserves the planet/node order, but I wonder why this was not done from the beginning. There must be discrepancies in observation. Life is vastly different now than it was in medieval times, so maybe that distorted observation.

Does anyone have insightful examples of the nodal phases? Or can anyone at least confirm its validity?

I'm amazed the Firdaria method has fit my life up this point. It seemed like pure creative fiction when I first read about it a some time ago.

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