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[055] ~ #5145-PHOLUS {10SG14Rx} • Centaur; Discovered 1992-Jan-09 by Spacewatch at Kitt Peak • DECLINATION: 2°23'32.3182" S • DISTANCE: 276°14'23" from Aries Point @ EON-28 (Phase Arc 270° ~ Waning Square) Integration, Vision, Crisis of Meaning, Congruency

[056] ~ ℘ HARRINGTON {11SG28Rx} • Robert Sutton Harrington's (asteroid #3216 Harrington named in his honor) attempt to predict Planet X's orbit and position from perturbations in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune [+] • DECLINATION: 36°32'56.8148" S ~ OOB • DISTANCE: 277°28'39" from Aries Point @ EON-28 (Phase Arc 270° ~ Waning Square) Integration, Vision, Crisis of Meaning, Congruency

[057] ~ ℑ CUPIDO {15SG57Rx} • Uranian Planets ~ Planets & Points According To The Brummund Rulebook: Involved with others - people-oriented - companionable - enjoys contact - sociable - entertaining - public-spirited - group-oriented -- clannish § The Transneptunian or Uranian Points: Issues in the family history; group unity or dynamics; comments on the home, residence or household themes; decor; artistry; sense for art; See: #433 Eros, #763 Cupido (asteroid), #1221 Amor, #1388 Aphrodite, #1943 Anteros & Mars • DECLINATION: 21°48'27.5189" S • DISTANCE: 281°57'19" from Aries Point @ EON-29 (Phase Arc 280° ~ Waning Bi-Novile) Deployment, Paragon of Qualities, Emergent Paradigm, Refining

[058] ~ #221-EOS {16SG36Rx} • Main-belt Asteroid; Discovered 1882-Jan-18 by Palisa, J. at Vienna; Greek goddess of the dawn; See: #2 Pallas, #94 Aurora, #105 Artemis, #580 Selene, Selena/White Moon (hypothetical), #895 Helio, #1388 Aphrodite, #3200 Phaethon, #12923 Zephyr [+] • DECLINATION: 8°21'3.9199" S • DISTANCE: 282°36'35" from Aries Point @ EON-29 (Phase Arc 280° ~ Waning Bi-Novile) Deployment, Paragon of Qualities, Emergent Paradigm, Refining

[059] ~ #8992-MAGNANIMITY {17SG22Rx} • Main-belt Asteroid; Discovered 1980 Oct 14 at the Purple Mountain Observatory. CITATION: Named by the Committee for Small-Body Nomenclature to honor the magnanimity of people around the world in dealing with terrorist attacks like those on New York and Washington on 2001 Sept. 11, in the hope that terrorism will be countered with justice for all, not with revenge • DECLINATION: 8°6'35.9794" S • DISTANCE: 283°22'4" from Aries Point @ EON-29 (Phase Arc 280° ~ Waning Bi-Novile) Deployment, Paragon of Qualities, Emergent Paradigm, Refining

[060] ~ #8993-INGSTAD {25SG32Rx} • Main-belt Asteroid; Discovered 1980 Oct. 30 by R. M. West at the European Southern Observatory. CITATION: Helge Ingstad (1899-2001) was a pioneer explorer and archeologist. Foremost among his many achievements was his and his wife's discovery of remains from the Viking settlements on Newfoundland. This proved that the Vikings reached North America, probably as the first Europeans • DECLINATION: 12°16'11.0725" N • DISTANCE: 291°32'9" from Aries Point @ EON-30 (Phase Arc 288° ~ Waning Quintile) Application, Authentic Participation, Greater Whole, Serving

[061] ~ #134340-PLUTO {02CP03Rx} • TransNeptunian Object; Discovered 1930-Jan-23 by Tombaugh, C. W. at Flagstaff • Planet: second-largest known dwarf planet in the Solar System (after Eris) and tenth-largest body observed directly orbiting the Sun. Originally classified as a planet, Pluto is now considered the largest member of a distinct population called the Kuiper § New Horizons (launched January 19, 2006) NASA robotic spacecraft mission currently en route to Pluto, expected to be the first spacecraft to fly by and study Pluto and its moons ~ July 14, 2015 — Flyby of Pluto around 11:47 UTC at 13695 km, 13.78 km/s § Mythology: Roman god of the underworld, known in Latin as Tertius, the counterpart of the Greek Hades § Rules Scorpio § Pluto represents one's destiny, and capacity to transform the self and the outer world [Astrolog 5.40] [+][+][+][+][+]; See: #1 Ceres, #26 Proserpina, #399 Persephone, #784 Pickeringia, #1108 Demeter, #1604 Tombaugh, #1886 Lowell, #136199 Eris, Hades (Uranian), Proserpina (Hypothetical); Pluto Steeds [+] : #33128 (1998 BU48 ("Alastor")), #44594 (1999 OX3), #87555 (2000 QB243), #148975 (2001 XA255), #73480 (2002 PN34) • DECLINATION: 17°39'30.0117" S • DISTANCE: 298°3'31" from Aries Point @ EON-30 (Phase Arc 288° ~ Waning Quintile) Application, Authentic Participation, Greater Whole, Serving

[062] ~ ☽ OSC. APOGEE {17CP00Rx} • • DECLINATION: 23°34'12.4397" S ~ OOB • DISTANCE: 313°0'37" from Aries Point @ EON-32 (Phase Arc 308.36° ~ Waning Septile) Embodiment, Agent of Transformation, Unique Aspect, Modulating

[063] ~ ☽ LILITH {18CP38} • Swiss Ephemeris: Mean Apogee; The Dark Moon describes our relationship to the absolute, to sacrifice as such, and shows how we let go. In transit, the Dark Moon indicates some form of castration or frustration, frequently in the areas of desire, a powerlessness of the psyche, or a general inhibition. On the other hand, it shows where we question ourselves, our lives, our jobs, and our beliefs… the opportunity to "let go" of something… To prepare us for this opening, the Dark Moon creates a necessary void (Joëlle de Gravelaine in "Lilith und das Loslassen", Astrologie Heute Nr. 23) • DECLINATION: 23°19'0.45" S • DISTANCE: 314°38'33" from Aries Point @ EON-32 (Phase Arc 308.36° ~ Waning Septile) Embodiment, Agent of Transformation, Unique Aspect, Modulating

[064] ~ ☽ LUNAR APOGEE {22CP03} • • DECLINATION: 22°22'41.0604" S • DISTANCE: 318°3'51" from Aries Point @ EON-33 (Phase Arc 315° ~ Waning Octile) Dissolution / Formation, Catabolic Forces, Tests of Fitness, Intuitively

[065] ~ ☽ TRUE NODE {00AQ32Rx} • • DECLINATION: 20°2'2.7273" S • DISTANCE: 326°32'40" from Aries Point @ EON-35 (Phase Arc 324° ~ Waning Decile) Continuation, Actualized Qualities, Best & Worst, Mutating

[066] ~ ☽ MEAN NODE {01AQ56Rx} • North Node • DECLINATION: 19°43'45.1456" S • DISTANCE: 327°56'3" from Aries Point @ EON-35 (Phase Arc 324° ~ Waning Decile) Continuation, Actualized Qualities, Best & Worst, Mutating

[067] ~ #20528-KYLEYAWN {20AQ50Rx} • Main-belt Asteroid; Discovered 1999 Sept. 7 by the Lincoln Laboratory Near-Earth Asteroid Research Team at Socorro. CITATION: Kyle James Yawn (b. 1990) is a finalist in the 2004 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC), a middle school science competition, for his botany and zoology project. He attends the Bonaire Middle School, Bonaire, Georgia • DECLINATION: 13°4'48.4323" S • DISTANCE: 346°50'55" from Aries Point @ EON-36 (Phase Arc 330° ~ Waning Semi-Sextile) Fruition, Creative Imagination, "Last Judgement"

[068] ~ #2060-CHIRON {26AQ00Rx} • Centaur; Discovered 1977-Oct-18 by Kowal, C. at Palomar • DECLINATION: 6°37'41.4634" S • DISTANCE: 352°0'22" from Aries Point @ EON-36 (Phase Arc 330° ~ Waning Semi-Sextile) Fruition, Creative Imagination, "Last Judgement"

[069] ~ ♆ NEPTUNE {26AQ20Rx} • Planet: eighth planet from the Sun, discovered September 23, 1846 by Urbain Le Verrier, John Couch Adams, Johann Galle § Mythology: Roman god of water and the sea, brother of Jupiter and Pluto; analogous with but not identical to the god Poseidon of Greek mythology; Ruler of Pisces § Neptune represents one's intuitive, spiritual, compassionate, psychic nature [Astrolog 5.40]; See: #1997 Leverrier, #1996 Adams, #2097 Galle, #4341 Poseidon, Poseidon (Uranian) • DECLINATION: 13°6'40.1494" S • DISTANCE: 352°20'47" from Aries Point @ EON-36 (Phase Arc 330° ~ Waning Semi-Sextile) Fruition, Creative Imagination, "Last Judgement"

[070] ~ ♃ JUPITER {26AQ58Rx} • Planet: fifth planet from Sun & largest in solar system § Mythology: In Roman mythology, king of the gods, god of sky &thunder; equivalent of Zeus in Greek pantheon § Rules Sagittarius, traditionally Pisces § Jupiter represents one's enthusiastic, faithful, wise, expansive, spontaneous nature [Astrolog 5.40]; See: #5731 Zeus, Zeus (Uranian) • DECLINATION: 13°21'8.9559" S • DISTANCE: 352°58'28" from Aries Point @ EON-36 (Phase Arc 330° ~ Waning Semi-Sextile) Fruition, Creative Imagination, "Last Judgement"

[071] ~ #2193-JACKSON {28AQ55} • Main-belt Asteroid; Discovered 1926 May 18 by H. E. Wood at Johannesburg. CITATION: Named in honor of Cyril Jackson, whose 67 discoveries of numbered minor planets constitute a record for the southern hemisphere. After working at the former Union Observatory in Johannesburg he was subsequently associated with the Yale-Columbia Southern Station at its successive locations. Name proposed by C. M. Bardwell and B. G. Marsden • DECLINATION: 25°43'26.1030" S ~ OOB • DISTANCE: 354°55'42" from Aries Point @ EON-36 (Phase Arc 330° ~ Waning Semi-Sextile) Fruition, Creative Imagination, "Last Judgement"

[072] ~ #9325-STONEHENGE {02PI11} • Main-belt Asteroid; • DECLINATION: 3°31'27.0562" S • DISTANCE: 358°11'56" from Aries Point @ EON-36 (Phase Arc 330° ~ Waning Semi-Sextile) Fruition, Creative Imagination, "Last Judgement"