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Unread 11-17-2019, 03:47 PM
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I have 22.8 degrees Libra ascendant and 28.6 degrees Leo 11th house. Are these fixed star placements Spica & Regulus? Or do you have to have the exact degree of these placements to consider them fixed stars?

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Re: Fixed Stars

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For the fix stars, the conjunction with your planet has to be 1 orb or less.
Regulus is at 2950 Leo (if I remember).

But I don't think we can say a "Regulus cusp" mean something special.
A planet has to be conjunct with the fix star
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I have 22.8 degrees Libra ascendant and 28.6 degrees Leo 11th house.
Are these fixed star placements Spica & Regulus?
Or do you have to have the exact degree of these placements
to consider them fixed stars?

conjunctions to fixed stars
are noticeable when conjunct by LATITUDE
AS WELL AS
DECLINATION
and not solely by Longitude



"additional tables pdf" above top left of astro.com chart
provide latitude as well as declination and longitude

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 so
to have any notable influence
fixed stars require "conjunction" by LATITUDE and/or DECLINATION as well as longitude




Traditional astrologers use PARANS
PARANS IS LOCATION SPECIFIC

Some stars will have no effect at certain latitudes
because the star cannot be seen at that latitude.
There is also curtailed passage
in which stars transcribe a circle around the globe yet never touch the horizon.
They make their own circle but never rise and never set.
Bernadette Brady explains
that stars with a curtailed passage of motion
are more extreme in their meaning
than those stars that do touch the horizon line.
Orbs are kept tight, less than 00 30′.

There is an animated map on The Way the Sky Appears to Move: Diurnal Motion and Parans.

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Hi
For the fix stars, the conjunction with your planet has to be 1 orb or less.
Regulus is at 2950 Leo (if I remember).

But I don't think we can say a "Regulus cusp" mean something special.
A planet has to be conjunct with the fix star

Yes. That's what I've read also. There needs to be a conjunction.
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Re: Fixed Stars

Okay, I am kind of confused about the longitude and latitude mention. I have the book, "Fixed Stars," by Bernadette Brady, but I am still confused. I am pretty new to aspects and fixed stars, so bear with me. I have Jupiter in 12th house Virgo at 28.9 degrees, since the regulus aspect is in 28.6 degrees 11th house Leo, would this be a conjunction? How exactly can you tell if something is in conjunction with fixed stars?
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Okay, I am kind of confused about the longitude and latitude mention.
I have the book, "Fixed Stars," by Bernadette Brady, but
I am still confused.

I am pretty new to aspects and fixed stars, so bear with me.
I have Jupiter in 12th house Virgo at 28.9 degrees, since

the regulus aspect is in 28.6 degrees 11th house Leo, would this
be a conjunction?
to be of any note
conjunctions to fixed stars
are not solely by Longitude
but also by

LATITUDE and DECLINATION

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How exactly can you tell if something is in conjunction with fixed stars?

as I mentioned on a previous comment
there is an "additional tables pdf"
easily found exactly above top left of any astro.com chart
IF one clicks on that and links to it
one is easily able to view
the EXACT latitude, declination and longitude of natal planets and so on
and
confusion regarding the DECLINATION, LATITUDE, LONGITUDE of any Fixed Stars
is easily cleared by viewing constellations of words website
where these are listed in detail at https://www.constellationsofwords.co...clinations.htm
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Re: Fixed Stars

Spica has an orb of 2.40 degrees and Regulus has an orb of 2.30 degrees.
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Re: Fixed Stars

Sun & Moon can have 150 or 2 orb (I don't remember the accurate number). For other planet it's only 1
So, I think if your Jupiter is 28.9 degrees it's a conjunction

Regulus, in 2000 was at 2950 Leo
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Sun & Moon can have 150 or 2 orb (I don't remember the accurate number).
For other planet it's only 1
So, I think if your Jupiter is 28.9 degrees it's a conjunction

Regulus, in 2000 was at 2950 Leo

find LATITUDE and DECLINATION of Jupiter using additional tables pdf
located at top left of all astro.com natal charts
and
LATITUDE and DECLINATION of Fixed Star is found easily at https://www.constellationsofwords.com/Fixedstars.htm
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Re: Fixed Stars

My MC conjuncts Vega. = Good fortune? I hope?
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