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Monday, April 04, 2011

Out of Bounds

Astrology for the 21st Century has published a really incredible article about the effect that Out of Bounds Moons have on World Financial Markets. There are great general descriptions about Out of Bounds planets as well.

Out of Bounds means that the planet is at an extreme declination either above or below the Sun's most extreme declination. From the point of view of the Equator, the Sun is highest at the Summer Solstice in June. This is where the Tropic of Cancer line is placed. The Sun is lowest in the sky at the Winter Solstice in December. This is where the Tropic of Capricorn is placed. These are both abstract circular lines in space which are drawn around the earth at 23 degrees 27 minutes declination North or South. (rounded up usually to 30 minutes in either direction). Hope I've got that info straight, read the article.

I never realized the Sun, Saturn and Neptune never go out of bounds. All the rest of the planets do.

What a great website this is:


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, yes, as you seem to say a bit earlier in this post, the Sun *sets* the bounds, so he can't rightly go above his own range!
I don't know why I always get a giggle at the idea of the Sun being OOB... well, probably because that'd be the end of the multiverses, or somethin'...

7:07 PM  

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