ran ephemerides for new asteroids & finished plugging them in. asteroid #171-OPHELIA endpoint. extremely ironic the first day of the North Atlantic hurricane season. Hurricane Ophelia was one of the most erratic, meandering & neurotic hurricanes of the 2005 season. it was the fifteenth named tropical cyclone and the eighth hurricane forming on 06-Sep-2005 & dissipating 23-Sep-2005. currently, there are numerous predictions for the 2006 hurricane season in the news. wikipedia article describing Ophelia:
The prize for the most imaginative name goes to (2037) Tripaxeptalis. The name is pure invention but sounds like “triPax-septAlice”, which reflects the fact that its permanent designation is three times that of (679) Pax and seven times that of (291) Alice. —The Naming of Asteroids
triangulating between "triPax" & "septAlice" locates the mid-point, or location of Hendoku Iyaku. MoonCat explains different astrological aspects: Trines (360/3=120°) make up the 3rd harmonic & considered harmonious; Septiles (360/7=51.43°) are the 7th harmonic & considered mystical. the midpoint is a Bi-Novile aspect (360/9=40° | 40° x 2 = 80°): novile = 40°, bi-novile = 80°, quad-novile = 160°. numerologically, 3+3+3=9 & resonates with the novile aspects, or the 9th harmonic. generally, EON phase for triPax asteroid is EON-13, EON phase for septAlice asteroid is EON-6 & EON phase for midpoint asteroid is EON-9 (which fits since EON-9 represents the ground of operation). if closest triPax asteroid less than 120° (as it is during this cycle) phase is EON-12. if closest septAlice asteroid less than 51.43° phase is EON-5.
still sorting through this one & may write more later. MOGUNTIA post looks at its strategic military role during the Roman Empire.