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And for the love of Thor don't try to make homemade wine.
Grapes require a very specific environment to grow correctly.

Banana wine is definitely worth brewing
Bananas are full of sugars
one of the sweetest fruits available to most people
perfect for wine making
and with just a few additions to balance the acidity
creates a memorable, full-bodied banana wine
bananas are great for winemaking
often recipes for other fruit wine and especially floral wines
call for the addition of bananas
because the provide sweetness, body and a subtle flavour boost
to wines that would otherwise be a little insipid.

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Banana wine is definitely worth brewing
Bananas are full of sugars
one of the sweetest fruits available to most people
perfect for wine making
and with just a few additions to balance the acidity
creates a memorable, full-bodied banana wine
bananas are great for winemaking
often recipes for other fruit wine and especially floral wines
call for the addition of bananas
because the provide sweetness, body and a subtle flavour boost
to wines that would otherwise be a little insipid.

If I were a chimp, I'd be one drunken happy son of an ape right now.
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If I were a chimp, I'd be one drunken happy son of an ape right now.
Mellow yellow.
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Does anyone have any insight into this? With how much people talk about the 8th house and Pluto, I'd have assumed people would have insight into this, but it seems like no one does. Or at least no one clicking on my solar return thread does


8th house stellium of 4 planets + the north node all in Cancer/Leo and every planet is a personal one. Pluto is also in the opposite 2nd house and is aspectually opposite the Sun, Mercury, and Venus
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Mellow yellow.
Drunken dunking.
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If I were a chimp, I'd be one drunken happy son of an ape right now.

Banana Wine
Recipe With Endless Possibilities
Picking and Prepping Your Bananas For Making Banana Wine
This recipe requires you to
use the sliced bananas, peel and all
so when you are picking bananas
you will probably want to go with something that is organic.
This way you will know there are no pesticides
or other sprays on the banana peel that will get into your wine.

The next thing you will want to do is to
keep the bananas around for a while to ripen.
The riper the better without going completely black.
We want the skins to have large brown spots
and the bananas to be as sweet as possible
so buy the bananas ahead of time and allow them to get over-ripe.
Lastly, it should be noted that this is a recipe for banana wine
and will not work for plantains.

Equipment You Will Need For This Banana Wine Recipe
– Makes 1 gallon / 4.5 litres
Large Stock Pot
Small Fermenting Bucket
Demijohn
Syphon
Fine Straining Bag
Airlock & Bung

Banana Wine Ingredients
4.5 litres Water
1.4 kg / 3lb Bananas
900g / 2lb Sugar
1/4 tsp Tannin
3 tsp Acid Blend
1/2 tsp Pectic Enzyme
1 tsp Yeast Nutrient
1 Campden Tablet
1 Sachet Yeast
(Lallemand EC-1118 is a good choice but experiment with others)

1. Bring half of the water to a boil in the large stockpot.
Whilst the water is heating up
slice the bananas including the skins
and secure in the straining bag.
Submerge the straining bag in the boiling water
and simmer gently for 30 minutes.

2. After simmering for 30 minutes remove the pot from the heat.
Lift out the straining bag with the bananas
and set to one side for a moment.
Pour the liquid from the pot into a sanitised fermenting bucket
and then add the straining bag with the bananas as well.

3. Take the remaining half of the water
and add to the stockpot with the sugar.
Heat to a boil and stir to dissolve the sugar
and prevent from burning.
Simmer for a few minutes, remove from the heat
and then add this to the fermenter.
Along with this add the acid blend, tannin and yeast nutrient.
Allow to cool to room temperature.

4. Once cooled add the crushed Campden tablet
and mix thoroughly, allow to stand for at least 12 hours.

5. After at least 12 hours add the pectic enzyme
and mix thoroughly.
24 hours after adding the pectic enzyme
add the yeast by sprinkling onto the surface of the must,
fit a lid and airlock.
Fermentation will begin a few days after this.

6. Allow fermentation to progress for a week stirring daily,
after this remove the straining bag and the remains of the banana.
Leave for a further 3 days
and the fermentation should have died down completely.
At this point you can syphon the banana wine into a demijohn
or carboy, fit with a bung and airlock.

7. Allow the wine to condition in the demijohn for 3 – 4 months
racking to a sanitised carboy once or twice
after sediment builds up.

8. After conditioning, for at least 4 months
or up to 6 you are ready to bottle the wine.
You may want to sample the banana wine and back sweeten it
if you prefer a less dry or sweeter wine.
Once bottled set aside a few bottles for a number of months
and you will notice the banana wine will keep improving with age
up to a couple of years.
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Banana Wine
Recipe With Endless Possibilities
Picking and Prepping Your Bananas For Making Banana Wine
This recipe requires you to
use the sliced bananas, peel and all
so when you are picking bananas
you will probably want to go with something that is organic.
This way you will know there are no pesticides
or other sprays on the banana peel that will get into your wine.

The next thing you will want to do is to
keep the bananas around for a while to ripen.
The riper the better without going completely black.
We want the skins to have large brown spots
and the bananas to be as sweet as possible
so buy the bananas ahead of time and allow them to get over-ripe.
Lastly, it should be noted that this is a recipe for banana wine
and will not work for plantains.

Equipment You Will Need For This Banana Wine Recipe
Makes 1 gallon / 4.5 litres
Large Stock Pot
Small Fermenting Bucket
Demijohn
Syphon
Fine Straining Bag
Airlock & Bung

Banana Wine Ingredients
4.5 litres Water
1.4 kg / 3lb Bananas
900g / 2lb Sugar
1/4 tsp Tannin
3 tsp Acid Blend
1/2 tsp Pectic Enzyme
1 tsp Yeast Nutrient
1 Campden Tablet
1 Sachet Yeast
(Lallemand EC-1118 is a good choice but experiment with others)

1. Bring half of the water to a boil in the large stockpot.
Whilst the water is heating up
slice the bananas including the skins
and secure in the straining bag.
Submerge the straining bag in the boiling water
and simmer gently for 30 minutes.

2. After simmering for 30 minutes remove the pot from the heat.
Lift out the straining bag with the bananas
and set to one side for a moment.
Pour the liquid from the pot into a sanitised fermenting bucket
and then add the straining bag with the bananas as well.

3. Take the remaining half of the water
and add to the stockpot with the sugar.
Heat to a boil and stir to dissolve the sugar
and prevent from burning.
Simmer for a few minutes, remove from the heat
and then add this to the fermenter.
Along with this add the acid blend, tannin and yeast nutrient.
Allow to cool to room temperature.

4. Once cooled add the crushed Campden tablet
and mix thoroughly, allow to stand for at least 12 hours.

5. After at least 12 hours add the pectic enzyme
and mix thoroughly.
24 hours after adding the pectic enzyme
add the yeast by sprinkling onto the surface of the must,
fit a lid and airlock.
Fermentation will begin a few days after this.

6. Allow fermentation to progress for a week stirring daily,
after this remove the straining bag and the remains of the banana.
Leave for a further 3 days
and the fermentation should have died down completely.
At this point you can syphon the banana wine into a demijohn
or carboy, fit with a bung and airlock.

7. Allow the wine to condition in the demijohn for 3 4 months
racking to a sanitised carboy once or twice
after sediment builds up.

8. After conditioning, for at least 4 months
or up to 6 you are ready to bottle the wine.
You may want to sample the banana wine and back sweeten it
if you prefer a less dry or sweeter wine.
Once bottled set aside a few bottles for a number of months
and you will notice the banana wine will keep improving with age
up to a couple of years.

That was seriously impressive! I barely know how to press my oranges for my orange juice!

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Does anyone have any insight into this? With how much people talk about the 8th house and Pluto, I'd have assumed people would have insight into this, but it seems like no one does. Or at least no one clicking on my solar return thread does


8th house stellium of 4 planets + the north node all in Cancer/Leo and every planet is a personal one. Pluto is also in the opposite 2nd house and is aspectually opposite the Sun, Mercury, and Venus
Im finding that my naturally strong ******** detector is being put into hyperdrive and being directed at people attempting to manipulate me. I was thrust into a controversy online within the last week in which everyone save for one person turned against me and wouldnt listen to a word I had to say in favor of someone else who I can tell is obviously fake and playing them

Im being placed as a villain and being forced to stick up for myself and not allow others to try and make me feel Im worthy of being mistreated

I cant help but feel the Pluto 8th house oppositions May be causing this rift and sudden villanizing while the 8th house sun may be giving me the genuine confidence to stand up for myself because I know my worth

Am I going to go through a whole year where Im consistently villanized and forced to either stand up for myself and be further villanized, or shut up and allow others to walk all over me?

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While I'm not in the space to do a deeper reading, I do notice that "death houses" are emphasized in your SR - Sagittarius is your natal 4th house. SR asc ruler is strong and in it's own sign. Stellium with Sun in 8th, and Moon in 4th house conj. Chiron in Aries.

That 8th house stellium is also overlayed on your natal 11th, which may coincide with experiences where you have to deal with controversies or conflicts with collectives/groups (8th is also a relational house). Vilification is a Plutonian affair, yet the subterranean earthquakes brought about by Pluto has the effect of destroying all but the most firmly rooted and fundamental things in your life. Was this an occult/esoteric group? The placements would suggest that, too.
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What Arbatel has to say about Chiron? I think Arbatel would be the best text on its own division if the book indeed talking about Chiron.
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Chiron is the Centaur symbolic of Sagittarius.
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I thought you read the Arbatel already
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I read it all over but couldn't find the meaning of Chiron.
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While I'm not in the space to do a deeper reading, I do notice that "death houses" are emphasized in your SR - Sagittarius is your natal 4th house. SR asc ruler is strong and in it's own sign. Stellium with Sun in 8th, and Moon in 4th house conj. Chiron in Aries.

That 8th house stellium is also overlayed on your natal 11th, which may coincide with experiences where you have to deal with controversies or conflicts with collectives/groups (8th is also a relational house). Vilification is a Plutonian affair, yet the subterranean earthquakes brought about by Pluto has the effect of destroying all but the most firmly rooted and fundamental things in your life. Was this an occult/esoteric group? The placements would suggest that, too.
Would you be interested in helping me by doing a deeper read when you're not busy? I've been trying to get help with this chart as I don't feel I'm even experienced enough to do it

I made a recent thread on my 'contentiousness', but the thing is, it's never, ever, ever been this bad. Usually I think there's some saving grace, perhaps the Venus-Jupiter in my natal chart. What's happening to me lately is that I've been completely misunderstood and NOBODY except that one person is willing to hear me out. People have en masse turned against me relentlessly. This has never happened before. They're at my neck with such fervor it's almost amazing. And did I mention relentless? It's relentless

Vilified is the right word. I can try to apologize for what I did wrong, but at the same time I suppose because a part of me outright refuses to take full responsibility when I know it wasn't my full fault, people won't give in. They want to see me lie prostrate before them all and the very concept that I'm a horrible, manipulative individual

And yes, it actually did happen to take place in an area of the internet dedicated to something occultish/esoteric. Psychic skills, it is. That's very intriguing...

I'm hoping this isn't something I'm gonna need to get used to and perhaps the current heavy Leo energy is triggering the part of the stellium that's in Leo, and then perhaps this is further triggered by my Leo Chiron... which happens of course to be in the 12th house which I believe can speak for vilification in its own way if I'm not incorrect

Thank you for your insight. What's happening right now is really really intense


What do you mean by 'relational house'?
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Sure, I'd be willing to take a deeper look. But I must warn you that that may be a long ways away.

Since this seems to be an exceptional case, I wouldn't be so quick to attribute all of this cluster**** on your shoulders. You might want to bare in mind the types of people who are attracted to "psychic" forums, and the nature of psychism itself. As in, you might want to take a hard look at the people who you are interacting with, in terms expressed motive and attitude vs. underlying behaviour and contradictions therein. I'd say that your probably under some planetary influences that shows this experience, probably beyond just the SR.

For example, you're in a 3rd house year per profections. This brings Mars to the fore - Mars is conflict energy & the 3rd house is "communication". Then Mars' connection to Moon on the 1st (which rules the planets in the 11th sign - Sun & Mercury - another connection between Mars & communication. 11th house as groups and 12th house as "magic" and "psychic"). Then since you note Pluto, Pluto is also brought to the fore since any planet in the sign of the profection also attains prominence. Scorpio is first house in this profection year, which means your Pluto is front and centre.

Mars, Moon, Pluto,Mercury, Sun, 3rd house, 1st house, 11th house, and 12th house are emphasised using this timing technique.
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8th house as relational, in the sense of its connection to what partner "owns". It's connection that is based on more deeper, more entwined grounds - this is house where you find your grandad's will, the bank account of your partner or a shared account (where you and partner are now a consolidated financial entity), "psychological melding" and becoming one with another, giving in order to gain, having "skin in the game", sacrifice, emptying, dependence upon another, etc - it's a house that leaves one vulnerable.
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That was seriously impressive!

I barely know how to press my oranges for my orange juice!

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Since ancient times star-gazers believe in influence moon has on our lives
and so remember that the beauty of wine is in the uncorking of the bottle
which unveils a world that is created on tradition, and a culture of folklore and rituals.
Moon phases play a role in the wine bottling process
Small wineries especially use the lunar influences as a guide to bottling
producers take into account that once the bottle is sealed
whats done is done.
And so a watchful eye is focussed on the lunar calendar
so that still wines are bottled anytime throughout the year
while new wines are bottled during the old moon cycle.
Once this distinction is made
producers looks at the four different types of moon phases.
Tradition advises that no wine is bottled during new moon cycle
while during the full moon, any type of wine can be bottled.
When the sky is visible during the first quarter of the moon (crescent moon)
sparking wines are bottled
and during the last quarter (waning moon)
its best to bottle sweet wines or wines that are suitable for aging.

For Northern Hemisphere,
wines for consuming within one year are best bottled during March/Spring
since the cold winter months help prevent suspended matter in the wine.
The matter is instead deposited at base of bottles during this bottling period
allowing the wine to remain clear.
Wines for consuming past one-year mark are usually bottled in September.
After a bit of maturation, the wine will be stabilized enough for cellar storage.
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Cpy, what is your favorite soccer formation?

Back in the day, our coach usually playing 4-2-3-1 with me playing in double six a la Xabi Alonso-esque. I like to tackle and distribute the ball from deep.
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I don't have a favourite football formation per se. I played as a left and right back on my high school team. I also played those positions for an under 13 club, but in that capacity I was also a winger and would aid in the attack, often when we were counterattacking. In both teams the formation was 4-4-2 or its variations. I played as sweeper and deep midfield for an "inter-form tourney" which our class won that year - people gave me credit for providing the security in defense to which our attack could build on, I won the ball a lot and began plays from deep in our half of the pitch. I tend to be a scrappy player, but I do appreciate skillful moves and passing/set-ups.

These days I play sporadically, but in the capacity of a midfielder.
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Moon exactly conj Nep in about an hour from now.
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Introduction to Hellenistic Astrology Part I - Zodiac

The zodiac completes a sidereal cycle in 23.93446 hours.


The image of the Water-Pourer is masculine, diurnal, solid, watery, human
servile, eloquent, semi-infertile, handsome, standing and of the east wind.
It indicates inquiries, affairs, crafts, water and property.
Depending on the placement of the houseruler
men born under the influence of Aquarius are burdened, envious, lying
occasionally generous because of the uncontrollable flow of the Water-Pourer
craftsmen, public, mystical, youthful, delicate, with beautiful figure and eyes
smooth hair, dizzy, beautiful manners, white, working with hard materials, troubled by athletic training
artisans, wealthy, malicious, haters of their own families, incorrigible
making living by waterside places, betrayers of reputation and truth
accusers, haters of mankind, godless and uncontrollable.
Domicile of Saturn, it controls the lower legs, the skeletal system,
the lymphatic system and the immune system.
It causes blindness on account of the water.
It is like-empowered with Libra, like-ascending with Pisces
and like-engirding with Capricorn, short in the Northern Hemisphere and tall in the Southern Hemisphere.
It is wintry, cold and moist for the north
and summery, hot and dry for the south.
Aquarius obeys Aries for the north and commands it for the south.
Aquarius controls Sauromatica, Oxiana, Sogdiana, Arabia, Azania and Middle Ethiopia.
The left hand and the head are rising up to the 7th degree, the body and the right hand up to the 13th
the pitcher up to the 20th, the water up to the 25th
and the falling water up to the 30th.

The first 7 belong to Mercury - mastery, lovers of wisdom
The next 6 belong to Venus - friendships with great women
The next 7 belong to Jupiter - notable, some are winners of games
The next 5 belong to Mars - lawsuits, injuries, some die violent deaths
The final 5 belong to Saturn - education, grief in youth

Shoulders, Left Arm and Cloak - Saturn and Mercury
Thighs - Mercury and moderately Saturn
Water - Saturn and moderately Jupiter



Such, then, are the observations of the effects of the stars
as made by our predecessors.

Bibliography:
Ludwich, A. (Ed.). (1877). Maximi et Ammonis carminum De actionum auspiciis reliquiae:
accedunt Anecdota astrologica. BG Teubneri.
Retrieved from https://archive.org/details/maximiet...00ludw/page/n3
Manilius, & Goold, G. P. (1985). Astronomica. BG Teubner.
Robbins, F. E. (1940). Ptolemy: Tetrabiblos.
William Heinmann, London.
Retrieved from http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/...blos/home.html
Schmidt, R. The Astrological Record of the Early Greek Sages.
Project Hindsight.
Valens, V. Anthologia. Translated by Mark Riley.
Retrieved from https://www.csus.edu/indiv/r/rileymt...s%20entire.pdf


Assuming local skies are clear


then
by visual observation at night
and using ALDEBARAN 15
MOON TODAY is visibly observed in local skies worldwide
in CONSTELLATION of AQUARIUS



AQUARIUS is the domicile aka home of PHAINON


MOON IS CURRENTLY TRAVELLING

THIRD DECAN

SIDEREAL AQUARIUS



Tetragon SIDEREAL LEO VENUS MARS assembly



Tetragon SIDEREAL SCORPIO JUPITER


Hexagon SIDEREAL SAGITTARIUS SATURN



FOR VIDEO ANIMATION OF TROPICAL & SIDEREAL PERSPECTIVE
WITH DESCRIPTIVE NARRATIVE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82p-DYgGFjI



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Originally Posted by petosiris
1. The gods send signs to all nations, but they are not interpret the same for the different lands,
for one they signify hot weather, for another they signify cold weather,
and for third they signify temperate weather.

2. In the same way, the like-principles of rising times and daylight
become less discernible and causative in the equatorial zones.

3. Therefore another celestial influence is causative for nativities,
rather than the terrestrial effect of weather.
Otherwise, there would be no domicile, no exaltation
and no depression for the equatorial lands.

4. The rationale of the sidereal zodiac is compatible with this hypothesis,
the rationale of the tropical zodiac is not.




MOON travels each SIGN once a month aka "moonth"
and
IS NOT ALWAYS IN SAME SIGN BOTH TROPICALLY AND SIDEREALLY
because
although Astrologers
whether Tropical or Sidereal
are commenting on and making predictions
regarding THE IDENTICAL MOON in the skies
computer generated Tropical Chart differs by DEGREE OCCUPIED BY THE MOON
from Sidereal DEGREE OCCUPIED BY MOON
Sidereal location of Moon may be confirmed BY VISUAL observation of local skies

there is a minimum difference of 20 up to a maximum of approximately 24
between TROPICAL AND SIDEREAL MEASUREMENT
ANY planet at 0 OF any TROPICAL SIGN
is SIDEREALLY between approximately 6 - 10
to a maximum 24 of the PREVIOUS SIGN
dependent on the ayanamsha
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Smile Re: Random Thoughts, strictly Text

I've been advocating for an additional, MAJOR feminine deity in our astrological "pantheon" of "archetypes"--Urania, Greco-Roman Goddess of the Heavens and Muse of astrology, in place of the current, standard masculine version--Ouranos/Caelus/ "Uranus", as Modernistic Domicile-ruler of Aquarius. I can make a good etymological case for it, going back to ancient Sumerian/Egyptian/Babylonian roots [IMO].
As far as the actual names we use for Sign-rulership, there's really only ONE major feminine ruler, Venus. As J.A. just pointed out in the previous post, the actual word "Moon" is generic, same root as the word "month", a passage of time. The word "Sun" is also generic, so there are currently 7 masculine + only 1 feminine, inclusive of Mercury through Pluto in Modernistic astrology.

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