Aug 08, 1997 10:41 AM
by JOSEPH PRICE
, could someone describe the meaning of Jupiter going direct in
terms what it means to the planetary positions? I dont know very much
about astrology, but I did have an astrologer do my chart and provide an
interpretation. There is also, according the astrologer, heliocentric
astrology which he said he knew nothing about. I have the Interactive
Computer Ephemeris that was distributed by the National Observatory, and
I have read some of Keplers work. Using the ICE program showed that many
of Keplers relationships could be verified. There was a near Keplerian
alignment of Jupiter with Saturn in March of 1994 preceeding the comet
impacts in July.
Is "Jupiter going direct" heliocentric or traditional astrology?
Basically, a planet's energy is more direct, extroverted and positve when it
is moving in the same direction around the some (from out geocentric
position). Of course, it is really direct all the time, but from our position
it appears to go backward at times, or retrograde as it is called.
A retrograd planet's effects are more indirect, diffused, introverted,
brooding, but can have benefits to one who can benefit from meditation and
The question I have is who is Kepler and what is a Kepler allignment?
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