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Re: Inquiry about Algol and Capulus

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keep in mind that conjunctions to fixed stars are only noticeable

when conjunct by LATITUDE and/or DECLINATION
and not solely by Longitude
"additional tables pdf" above top left of astro.com chart
provide latitude as well as declination and longitude

i.e.

although longitudinal conjunction only is accepted by modernist astrologers
fixed star "conjunction" is in fact not entirely longitudinal
because
majority of fixed stars are BEYOND the ECLIPTIC aka apparent path of the Sun
and
to have any notable influence natally
fixed stars require "conjunction" by LATITUDE and/or DECLINATION as well as longitude








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Hi JUPITERASC. I really appreciate your help in regard to my inquiry about Algol. I've been trying to understand how to take into account both the latitude and declination of my Algol placement. I found a very helpful article http://www.astrologysoftware.com/res...icle.asp?ID=33


(This is an excerpt from the article)
Out of Bounds Planets

"When planets exceed this 2327' area, north or south, they are called "out of bounds." Kt Boehrer interprets this as a planetary energy which is outside the ordinary. The Sun, of course, never goes "out of bounds", but sets the boundaries. Planets moving along or crossing this 2327' tropical boundary line seem to denote extra significance, as do planets moving along the celestial equator (0).

The activity of the Sun is most powerful within these demarcations known as the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. Planets with declinations outside this path are perhaps not challenged by the strength of the Sun and can operate more independently. Perhaps we could also say that the planet cannot express itself along normally accepted lines"


These are the coordinates of my natal Sun and Natal Algol (Both in the 7th):


*Algol - LONGITUDE2611'22"
LATITUDE2225'44" N
DECLINATION 4057'43" N
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*Sun - LONGITUDE 24 1' 4"

LATITUDE 0 0' 0" N

DECLINATON 1846'37" N


I was wondering if you could help me decipher the latitudinal and declination coordinates, since you seem to understand how those work in regards to the affect they have in conjunction.





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Re: Inquiry about Algol and Capulus

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Hi JUPITERASC. I really appreciate your help in regard to my inquiry about Algol.
I've been trying to understand how to take into account
both the latitude and declination of my Algol placement.

I found a very helpful article http://www.astrologysoftware.com/res...icle.asp?ID=33


(This is an excerpt from the article)
Out of Bounds Planets

"When planets exceed this 2327' area, north or south, they are called "out of bounds." Kt Boehrer interprets this as a planetary energy which is outside the ordinary. The Sun, of course, never goes "out of bounds", but sets the boundaries. Planets moving along or crossing this 2327' tropical boundary line seem to denote extra significance, as do planets moving along the celestial equator (0).

The activity of the Sun is most powerful within these demarcations known as the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. Planets with declinations outside this path are perhaps not challenged by the strength of the Sun and can operate more independently. Perhaps we could also say that the planet cannot express itself along normally accepted lines"
ALGOL IS NOT A PLANET
ALGOL is a FIXED STAR

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These are the coordinates of my natal Sun and Natal Algol (Both in the 7th):

*Algol - LONGITUDE2611'22"
LATITUDE2225'44" N
DECLINATION 4057'43" N
---------------------------------------
*Sun - LONGITUDE 24 1' 4"

LATITUDE 0 0' 0" N
data you posted confirms that
ALGOL is twenty two degrees of latitude distant from natal sun

and so
ALGOL is not conjunct your natal sun by LATITUDE

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DECLINATON 1846'37" N
and ALGOL is also twenty two degrees of declination distant from natal sun
and so
ALGOL is not conjunct your natal sun by declination

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I was wondering if you could help me decipher the latitudinal and declination coordinates,
since you seem to understand how those work
in regards to the affect they have in conjunction.
ALGOL has no effect by longitude because
not conjunct EITHER by declination OR by latitude


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Re: Inquiry about Algol and Capulus

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ALGOL IS NOT A PLANET
ALGOL is a FIXED STAR


data you posted confirms that
ALGOL is twenty two degrees of latitude distant from natal sun

and so
ALGOL is not conjunct your natal sun by LATITUDE

and ALGOL is also twenty two degrees of declination distant from natal sun
and so
ALGOL is not conjunct your natal sun by declination


ALGOL has no effect by longitude because
not conjunct EITHER by declination OR by latitude


Thank you so much! Appreciate your help
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