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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

I have to say, some of these degrees are fascinating for me:
Mercury 6° Scorpio: Occultist.
Moon 15° Scorpio: The Center of Regeneration, The eagle point.
Neptune 22° Scorpio: Refinement, morality, good health, universally respected.

Thank goodness I missed out on these:
27° Aries: Hair. (Hair?)
6° Taurus: Degree of many enemies.
7° Gemini: Degree of cantankerous irritability. (I must have something here!)
19° Cancer: Sudden fame followed by disgrace and imprisonment.
0° Leo: Homicide.
10° Virgo: Fear of poisoning.
28° Libra: Hospitality, hair. (Hair?)
25° Scorpio: Dumbness, alcoholic.
21° Sag: Perverted tastes.
27° Capricorn: Hair. (Hair?)
0° Aquarius: Danger from reptiles.
2° Pisces: The death penalty (if afflicted).

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I have Mars 28 Leo
Ascendant 27 Leo

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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

Not to mention Saturn at 25° Leo
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

well Julie, that explains my stepmother w/uranus NN sun at 18/19 aries and why she has no lips.
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Jeremy, what is your source for those degree characterizations?
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

I got the electronic copy of de Vore from here, if you sign up you can download it as a .pdf for free. Worthwhile I would say!
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well Julie, that explains my stepmother w/uranus NN sun at 18/19 aries and why she has no lips.
That is hilarious!!!!
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

http://www.angelfire.com/empire/serp...6/Degrees.html
Another list of degrees, meanings

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Nevermind, just read it was from the webpages of joy of satan ministries.....scary!
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

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Thus:
of Virgo 11°....An astrological degree,
and of Leo 25°....Alcoholic (25°-26°);
then of Leo 27° ....astrology (25°-29°).
And of Aquarius 22°: Astrological area (22°-28°).

There is however, no mention of 11° Pisces in his listing though.

I think this clarifies the Aquarian connection and through Aquarius' rulership of Saturn and Uranus, the debate about those planets being configured in the inclination to astrology in general.
Jeremy.
(Astrologer/Drunk)
I noticed too the the range for alcoholism and astrology seem to overlap.
I notice no range is given for Virgo, with only 11 degrees mentioned, and I don't know if points (AC) are included. My AC is 10 Vir. Should I be afraid of being poisoned???

With Venus at around 26 Leo, I'm not sure if I love astrology or drinking more, based on the above.

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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

Gaer good buddy, I am all over this
I have PoF at 25° Leo, Pallas at 26° Leo and Jupiter at 27° Leo. I love astrology, but I have to admit a real love for a good bottle of red as well.

In fact, it is something of a personal ambition to one day drink a couple of bottles in the company of fellow astrologers - such as yourself - and discuss the matter in a more Dionysian spirit than these sober pages allow.



Incidentally, for the points, yes, Alan Leo had his ascendant at 27 Leo as well and mentioned it specifically as a factor. I would say that anything within a 2° orb of any point has to be significant, at least from what I've read on the subject.
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

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http://www.angelfire.com/empire/serp...6/Degrees.html
Another list of degrees, meanings

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Nevermind, just read it was from the webpages of joy of satan ministries.....scary!
Some satanists might take offense to that! Not that I'm one... but Satanism isn't always what people think. There are all types of branches, just like Christianity. Some are more like Atheists really! So even though it came from that page, still looks to have some good info!!
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

Thank you Jeremy & SmilingSteph for those lists. Those dusty old curmudgeons of yore sure loved to scare people with those star interpretations whose meanings they chose are begging to be updated for sane people in the present.

With my son Will's stellium in late leo I hope he doesn't take up drinking later on and harm his life. But there are many famous late leos who just don't look like alcoholics.
It would seem neptune/mars aspects, especially squares are more appropriate to guage that tendency (fuh gawd's sake look at Gwpinhead and the u.s. itself). I'm sticking with those for inherited brain chemistry or bouts along life's progressions.

As for offending satanists, how does one go about doing that?...stuff them all in the same bag with atheists and low-functioning christians and let them fight it out in a remote area where we don't have to hear it anymore.

Cheers!
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

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As for offending satanists, how does one go about doing that?...stuff them all in the same bag with atheists and low-functioning christians and let them fight it out in a remote area where we don't have to hear it anymore. Cheers!
HAHAHA!! Yeah I guess in reality you probably wouldn't offend them considering a true Satanist wouldn't give a lesser ****!
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A "True" satanist? It's all relative conceptually considering no truths (at that level) are absolute (except for the ****).
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

Are there any fixed stars at 27 Leo? That might help explain it...
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

Yes... Alphard. Isn't that cute to see how close it is to "all fart." Ha!
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(I mean it is going to be difficult to be vain and tell everyone that I have that "Astrologers Degree" so highly thought of. I have that shinning star known far and wide as "all fart." Ha!)
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

Before someone else comes to give me feed back, there is also another star out there. It is 27deg 54 it is called "Al Jabhah." I think that is the one that everyone is talking about. It gives sound judgement. Wealth, cleverness.
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

And Regulus?

To is 'all fart' Alphard attributed to then, if any attributes exist? I have an old book by Alan Oken who mentions Regulus, alas, nothing else at this degree....
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

It mentions it in the Anthony Louis book. Horary Astrology Plain & Simple. It had it in there so I quickly picked up the book. 27 degree 17 Leo and of course I told you the other one, it is also in Leo. Hey I was just having fun with it. V/r LionKing:sunny: Ha!
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[quote=Jeremy]Gaer good buddy, I am all over this
I have PoF at 25 Leo, Pallas at 26 Leo and Jupiter at 27 Leo. I love astrology, but I have to admit a real love for a good bottle of red as well.

In fact, it is something of a personal ambition to one day drink a couple of bottles in the company of fellow astrologers - such as yourself - and discuss the matter in a more Dionysian spirit than these sober pages allow.



Now that's what I call a well-said beautifully put sentiment, Jeremy .
...on the porch under a starlit summer night with a tray of tealights.
...almost makes me forget the ride home years ago in a drunken heap in the foot galley under the dashboard.
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Hey I have glass of wine before I sack out. Nothing wrong with that. And meeting everyone someday at some city, say Indianapolis or Dallas, cool with me. V/r LionKing:sunny:
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

it is also in Leo. Hey I was just having fun with it. V/r LionKing:sunny: Ha!

Me too. Maybe I should have done an emoticom. A farting emoticom. Any ideas there on how to make one?

I have Jupiter at 25 Scorpio, usualy I am up for a glass of the red stuff.
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I have Regulus at 29 Leo conjunct my Sun in 12H. Just read on a website it gives you astrological abilities. Probably explains my interest!

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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

well, all the way from 25 to 29 Leo are considered astrologer's degrees. I don't think it is because of Regulus though. Maybe you could post a link? (Everyone has Regulus at 29 Leo, it's a fixed star)

Also, I see your Jupiter is within orb of the astrologer's degree at 11 Virgo
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Re: The Astrologer's Degree

Hi Jeremy

I read it browsing this site:

http://www.bemyastrologer.com/fixedstars.html

So that's why they're called fixed stars (duh!)...

I will focus on Jupiter then! I do have Uranus at 27 in Virgo, that might count for something lol.

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