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Unread 12-17-2015, 06:00 PM
Kernowerno Kernowerno is offline
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Symmetry II

Here's another nomination for a chart reflecting an interesting and apt symmetry. You may remember the incident this year of a professional surfer being caught up in an incident involving a shark in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa (nearest town listed on is Humansdorp). This is the chart for the moment the incident took place. Notice the shape of the symmetrical lines, almost shark-like with fins and an open mouth facing upward. Seriously though, what are the chances? Mick Fanning, the surfer involved in the incident, is a Gemini (chart attached), one of the more symmetrical signs (twins), so quite apt too. I am interested in the possibility of the synchronistic applicability of symmetry in charts. Thoughts.....
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Unread 12-17-2015, 06:04 PM
Kernowerno Kernowerno is offline
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Re: Symmetry II

Notice, I did increase the orb factor to 112% because the square between Saturn and Neptune is a bit 'pushy', but otherwise you have to admit the symmetry here is phenomenal, mind blowing!!

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