Astrology: Midpoint Calculator "By luck, I stumbled upon your site, and of course I wanted to try it out. I went on to deposit $500 on OneTwoTrade, then opened 5 positions and won 4. Took out the $500 and still have the profit of $288 to trade with. This is a great system you got there Sir, I definitely owe you one." Models of Planetary Motion Models of Planetary Motion from Antiquity to the Renaissance Craig Sean McConnell Assistant Professor of Liberal Studies California State University, Fullerton Contents Introduction Retrograde Motion of the Planets The Eudoxan Solution From Hippopede to Retrograde Loops The Aristotelian Cosmos Problems with the Eudoxan Solution The Ptolemaic Solution Epicycle on Deferent Strictly Uniform Motion The Eccentric Circle The Equant Circle UCM, Eccentric, and Equant Compared The Copernican Solution Mathematical Equivalence of Ptolemaic and Copernican Models For Further Study Introduction Since antiquity, astronomers have attempted to explain the motions they observed in the heavens with geometrical models.
Arabic Parts Arabic Parts are created by using three points in an astrology chart which are usually planets, celestial bodies, angles, house cusps and dispositors (ruling planet of a sign where a different planet is located). To calculate an Arabic Part the measurements of the points are converted from a range of 0 degrees 0 minutes and 1 second to 29 degrees 59 minutes and 59 seconds per sign to a range of 0 degrees to 360 degrees; 0 degrees is at 0 degrees Aries. For example; 15 degrees Gemini becomes 75 degrees. The degrees, minutes and seconds for two points are added together; then the degrees, minutes and seconds for the third point is subtracted from the total to create a location for the Arabic Part. If the total number after the third point has been subtracted is a minus number(for example - 5 degrees 3 minutes 23 seconds) the degrees, minutes and seconds can be subtracted from 360 degrees to create the location for the Arabic Part. Below is a list of Arabic Part formulas.
Dreamhouse: Attic: Roof: Astro: Lots: List Arabic Parts or Lots About | Reading The Formulas | Calculations | Interpretation | Sources | List of Lots Master Alphabetical List of "Arabic" Parts or Lots Notes helpful in reading these formulae R# or L# means the ruler (or Lord) of the house shown by the number. H# means the cusp of the house shown by the number.
Astrology Articles your birth chart is a life clock We are all familiar with a baby's milestones and the changes that occur throughout their first years of life, but this can be applied to adults. At certain ages we can expect particular themes and events to be prevalent at that time. www.johnsandbach.com To use this catalog of midpoint interpretations you will need a printout of midpoints for the chart you wish to interpret. Select any pair of planets from the form at the left. Then click the “Go” button. Midpoints are an advanced form of astrology used by professional astrologers. Arabic Parts Calculator. Note: The Social and Political side of the Libra Centre is New Site The Esoteric and Spiritual side of the Libra Centre is Esoteric Order The Astrological Services side of the Libra Centre is Working Cycles Arabic Parts Calculator Instructions: 1. Select an Arabic Part from the pull-down menu. Each part is composed of a 3-part formula consisting of a Personal Point (usually the Ascendant), a Significator and a Trigger.
Welcome home. Fire Imagine filling a room in your home with all the furnishings and then touching a lit match to it. Let the fire fill the room. Look at what happens. At first there is a fluttering of flames, the lighting changes, the temperature rises. MIDPOINTS CALCULATOR FREE CHART 0 Cancer and/or 0 Capricorn could be used as midpoints. This circumstance is so rare that I've never seen it happen, and by using precise calculations we can usually determine which is the true near midpoint. In actual practice with regard to midpoints, I use only: 1) NEAR MIDPOINTS, 2) CONJUNCTIONS of planets and angles TO midpoints, and 3) a 1-DEGREE ORB.
M. Fumagalli - The calculation of the lots, according to Placidus According to the system of Placidus, the lots may be defined as the points of the local space chart which, having the same declination as the point B, are as many degrees away from it in right ascension (RA), as the point C is away from a point A in oblique ascension (OA) and in the same direction. The points A and B may be planets, house cusps or even lots; the point C is usually the oriental horizon or horoscope (hor). The name and the astrological meaning of the lot depend on the quality of the points A and B, on the basis of which the lot is calculated: the lot calculated from the Sun to Saturn is called the father's lot as these two celestial bodies are the significators of the father.