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Unread 11-18-2015, 01:30 AM
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Question about Singleton in Natal

Is singleton applicable only to planets or it also includes the MC and AS? Thanks.

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Re: Question about Singleton in Natal

I would say just planets. Either way, you may be very low in one element and much better represented in others.
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I would say just planets. Either way, you may be very low in one element and much better represented in others.
Thanks waybread. But how about if a planet is in late degrees? Will it be considered as singleton?

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Re: Question about Singleton in Natal

A planet in a late degree of a sign still belongs to that sign. A planet at 29 degrees Taurus, for example, is still in the sign of Taurus, and thus belonging to the earth element.
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A planet in a late degree of a sign still belongs to that sign. A planet at 29 degrees Taurus, for example, is still in the sign of Taurus, and thus belonging to the earth element.
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