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Cycle #31

Cycle #31 :: 26-Aug-2006 to 06-Sep-2006

{Bonorum | Transits}

Cycle #02/31/01 begins the second 827 Astroschyzy year based on the 827 Pentagram. each astroschyzy year consists of thirty 12-day cycles (360 days) omitting four days for equinoxes & solstices; year two begins with Cycle #02/31 :: 26-Aug-2006 to 06-Sep-2006 & ends with Cycle #02/60 :: 13-Aug-2007 to 24-Aug-2007 omitting {1} Fall Equinox: 23-Sept @ 04:03UT, {2} Winter Solstice 22-Dec @ 00:22UT, {3} Spring Equinox 21-Mar @ 00:07UT & {4} Summer Solstice 21-Jun @ 18:06UT. Perihelion occurs 03-Jan @ 20:00UT; Aphelion occurs 07-Jul @ 00:00UT. DST ends Sunday, 29-Oct-2006 at 2:00 AM & DST starts Sunday, 11-Mar-2007 at 3:00 AM.

[02/31/01] 26-Aug-2006 - 06-Sep-2006
[02/32/02] 07-Sep-2006 - 18-Sep-2006
[02/33/03] 19-Sep-2006 - 01-Oct-2006 (Fall Equinox 23-Sep @ 04:03UT)
[02/34/04] 02-Oct-2006 - 13-Oct-2006
[02/35/05] 14-Oct-2006 - 25-Oct-2006
[02/36/06] 26-Oct-2006 - 06-Nov-2006 (DST ends Sunday, 29-Oct @ 2:00 AM)
[02/37/07] 07-Nov-2006 - 18-Nov-2006
[02/38/08] 19-Nov-2006 - 30-Nov-2006
[02/39/09] 01-Dec-2006 - 12-Dec-2006
[02/40/10] 13-Dec-2006 - 25-Dec-2006 (Winter Solstice 22-Dec @ 00:22UT)
[02/41/11] 26-Dec-2006 - 06-Jan-2007 (Perihelion 03-Jan @ 20:00UT)
[02/42/12] 07-Jan-2007 - 18-Jan-2007
[02/43/13] 19-Jan-2007 - 30-Jan-2007
[02/44/14] 31-Jan-2007 - 11-Feb-2007
[02/45/15] 12-Feb-2007 - 23-Feb-2007
[02/46/16] 24-Feb-2007 - 07-Mar-2007
[02/47/17] 08-Mar-2007 - 19-Mar-2007 (DST starts Sunday, 11-Mar @ 3:00 AM)
[02/48/18] 20-Mar-2007 - 01-Apr-2007 (Spring Equinox 21-Mar @ 00:07UT)
[02/49/19] 02-Apr-2007 - 13-Apr-2007
[02/50/20] 14-Apr-2007 - 25-Apr-2007
[02/51/21] 26-Apr-2007 - 07-May-2007
[02/52/22] 08-May-2007 - 19-May-2007
[02/53/23] 20-May-2007 - 31-May-2007
[02/54/24] 01-Jun-2007 - 12-Jun-2007
[02/55/25] 13-Jun-2007 - 25-Jun-2007 (Summer Solstice 21-Jun @ 18:06UT)
[02/56/26] 26-Jun-2007 - 07-Jul-2007 (Aphelion 07-Jul @ 00:00UT)
[02/57/27] 08-Jul-2007 - 19-Jul-2007
[02/58/28] 20-Jul-2007 - 31-Jul-2007
[02/59/29] 01-Aug-2007 - 12-Aug-2007
[02/60/30] 13-Aug-2007 - 24-Aug-2007

End-point: #196-PHILOMELA {26SC48}

Daughter of Pandion I, King of Athens & Zeuxippe; sister Procne; Tereus, Procne's husband, raped Philomela cut her tongue out and held her captive so she could never tell anyone; she wove a tapestry that told her story; all three (Procne, Tereus & Philomela) changed into birds by the gods — Philomela transformed into a nightingale. Gk. Philomela, poetic name of the nightingale, probably "lover of song," from philos "loving" + melos "song;" but perhaps "lover of apples" (Gk. mela) [+]. Asteroid discovered 14-May-1879 by American astronomer C. H. F. Peters [+], one of the most prolific asteroid discoverers of his time; discovered his first asteroid, FERONIA, several weeks after American Civil War began, fifth asteroid discovered in North Americal also discovered PROKNE, KASSANDRA, ADEONA, ALETHEIA, NEPHTHYS; scientific adviser to Reshid Pasha, Grand Vizier of Sultan Abdul-Mejid II; studied sunspots, did not support Leverrier's intra-Mercurial planet (Vulcan) theory; chief of 1874 expedition to observe transit of Venus; involved in the "Great Star-Catalog Case" (Peters v. Borst).

Fast-Mover: #4487-POCAHONTAS {00VI09}

POCAHONTAS {00VI09} 272º51'40" from ZERO POINT @ EON-28 (Phase Arc 270° ~ Waning Square) Integration, Vision, Crisis of Meaning, Congruency conjunct CHALDAEA {29LE04}, BRONTOSAURUS {29LE09}, VENUS {29LE37}, HAWASS {29LE39}, REGULUS {29LE54}, KAZAKOV {01VI07}, ANKARA {01VI22}, LAC_D'ORIENT {01VI25}, ONIZUKA {01VI30}, FIBONACCI {01VI37}, UTE {01VI41}, HEIMLICH {01VI50}, AARONSON {01VI55} & APOLLO {01VI57}.

827 Top Guns
01—050827 Pocahontas   5 sa 17' 1.1493   0.4182068    0°49'44.9112 + {00VI09} EON-28
02—050827 Eureka       6 sa 22'24.6285   0.5143485    0°18'16.2187 + {20LE52} EON-27
03—050827 Shoemaker   17 sa 45'14.3620   0.3081514   18°41'53.1697 + {29CN23} EON-25
04—050827 Atlantis     5 sa 15' 6.7774   0.3797044  -19°59'30.9683 + {22CN47} EON-24
05—050827 Rudra        1 sa 35'35.8333   0.8549497  -46°24'13.5917 + {13CN10} EON-24
06—050827 Melpomene   20 sa 48' 6.4557   0.1612729  -14° 3'32.2464 + {09CN07} EON-23
07—050827 Soma        24 sa 51'19.8631   0.1798327  -22°20' 6.6428 + {08CN38} EON-23
08—050827 Penney      12 sa 14'46.8846   0.2501979  -21°42'25.2869 + {00CN59} EON-22
09—050827 Bluepeter   13 sa 16'30.9974   0.2317639  -19°22'52.3904 + {00CN50} EON-22
10—050827 T.Mountain  12 sa 47'25.0259   0.1834945  -38° 3'51.0708 + {24GE25} EON-21
11—050827 Randyrose   14 sa 29' 9.7646   0.3107110  -23°32'11.6013 + {24GE20} EON-21
12—050827 NASA        21 sa 35'55.8344   0.1432510  -20°12'19.8261 + {23GE19} EON-20
13—050827 Nicolaia     1 sa 55'19.7843   0.3959637  -29°30'11.8819 + {23GE17} EON-20
14—050827 Helvetia    14 sa 51' 1.4742   0.3455608  -24°30'53.5298 + {23GE09} EON-20
15—050827 Watts       20 sa 32'27.9043   0.1552775  -29°57'27.9483 + {18GE20} EON-20
16—050827 Tyche       24 sa 28'12.7682   0.1316208   -5° 3' 1.0046 + {17GE21} EON-20
17—050827 Tolerantia   8 sa  9'15.4344   0.2647323  -17° 9'11.3527 + {13GE43} EON-19
18—050827 Knysna      13 sa 40'59.1536   0.3841128  -24°16'36.0705 + {13GE21} EON-19
19—050827 Cheshirecat  0 sa 29'31.2082   0.1598975  -17°48' 4.0271 + {11GE09} EON-19
20—050827 Aurochs     10 sa 51' 3.2477   0.2335656  -15°59'20.1171 + {09GE26} EON-19

ICARUS {00SG35} 3º17'46" from ZERO POINT @ EON-1.

Hendoku-Iyaku Transit: #2037-TRIPAXEPTALIS {22VI17}

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° phase is EON-12. if closest septAlice asteroid less than 51.43° phase is EON-5.

MIDPOINT :: 1977_TD1 {18SG14} — 85º57'10" from TRIPAXEPTALIS @ EON-9 : Lichtung, Ground of Operation, Maturation, Swift Growth ~ #9149-1977_TD1 discovered 12-Oct-1977 by Swiss astronomer Paul Wild in Zimmerwald, Switzerland who also discovered SISYPHUS, EINSTEIN, BINOMI, ANDREA DORIA, PARACELSUS, BLARNEY, IMAGO, LUCUBRATIO, SARASTRO, URGENTA, DON QUIXOTE, CYRANO, MELANCHOLIA, SILENTIUM, REFUGIUM & TRIPAXEPTALIS. cannot determine exact discovery time, but 1977_TD1 at Aries 25° & 26° on 12-Oct-1977; Sabian symbols —

Aries 26° A man is seen burning to incandescent heat with the wealth of that which he has to give.

Aries 27° A panorama of blending events out of the past shows the regaining of lost opportunity through the imagination.

SEPTILE :: GRUBBA {13SC46} — 51º28'34" from TRIPAXEPTALIS @ EON-6 : Endurance, Illuminating Intervention, Larger Forces, Crisis of Growth ~ #1058-GRUBBA discovered 22-Jun-1925 by Soviet/Russian astronomer Grigory Abramovich Shajn, named for Dublin telescope designer/maker Howard Grubb who perfected the periscope in WWI & made UK's largest refractor at Royal Observatory, Greenwich. Aruba means red gold ("ore" for gold + "ruba" for red; Gold + rubba).

TRINE :: TELEPHUS {22CP06Rx} — 119º48'44" from TRIPAXEPTALIS @ EON-12 : Maturation, Cosmic Intent, Higher Spin, Catalysing ~ #5264-TELEPHUS discovered 17-May-1991 by American astronomers Carolyn Shoemaker & Eugene Shoemaker (asteroid #2074-SHOEMAKER one of the Top Guns). TELEPHUS listed in Greek camp of Trojan asteroids; on 827 List represents Telepinu(s), the Noble God of Hittite Mythology.

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