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Yet, it was a similar type of calculation that identified the approximate position of Pluto before it was discovered. Because Transpluto moves so slowly— from toit has moved only 23 degrees— the verification of this planet through photography will be a tedious and prolonged task.
When I first obtained the Transpluto ephemeris, I decided that this planet would rule either Taurus or Virgo.
Both of these signs share a dual rulership— both Taurus and Libra are presently ruled by Venus and both Gemini and Virgo are presently ruled by Mercury. In the past, both Capricorn and Aquarius were ruled by Saturn until the discovery of Uranus, both Sagittarius and Pisces were ruled by Jupiter until the discovery of Neptune, and both Aries and Scorpio were ruled by Mars until the discovery of Pluto.
This posed a problem because Transpluto and Pluto were conjunct in the s and s. For most of these charts, I used data of individuals born in the s.
Those born in the s were too young for my research. I also used the horoscopes of individuals with the natal Sun closely conjunct Transpluto.
In most of these cases, the Sun was in Leo. I later used Moon-Transpluto aspects in order to determine how the Transplutonian energy and the Transplutonian childhood experience related to feelings of self-worth. In order to verify the Virgo rulership, I worked with the progressed Moon and its progressed aspects to Transpluto.
The nature of the event would give further clues as to the nature of Transpluto or how this planet operates in the horoscope. Furthermore, when Transpluto is aspected by the progressed Moon, the House ruled by Transpluto the House with Virgo on the cusp should be correspondingly activated.
Indeed, this appeared to be the case. Because Transpluto is a hypothetical planet, the accuracy of the Landscheidt ephemeris had to be determined. In this case, I selected horoscopes with Transpluto in the 4th or 10th Houses.
Using solar arc progressions, one degree rqualing one year in the life, I discovered that this ephemeris was as accurate as any ephemeris for the known planets. In some rare cases, I was able to examine the effects event-wise of the transiting Transpluto. This is rare because of the very slow movement of this planet.
InI was observing the horoscope of an assistant researcher. On August 15, Transpluto would transit an exact sextile to the natal Sun. On that date, she received a notice stating that her application had been accepted to teach and conduct research at a local college.
Another example shows the effect of the transiting Transpluto upon the Virgo House cusp. In this chart, Transpluto was transiting an exact conjunction with a Leo Ascendant and Virgo was on the 2nd House cusp.
In researching the influence of transits and progressions involving Transpluto, a group of cooperating individuals were given a list of dates in which Transpluto was active.Unhappy Meals By Michael Pollan The New York Times Magazine, January 28, Eat food.
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