Glenda

Le Tableau de planètes extérieures



 

notes (finalement), un peu plus de tordre peut-être


Solar System
Introduction to the PlanetsCeresOuter PlanetsUranusNeptunePlutoChiron
Uranus Ceres Neptune Pluto Chiron
13-Mar-1781
Gemini 24°27'14"
01-Jan-1801
Taurus 23°23'13"℞
23-Sep-1846
Aquaris 25°52'56"℞
18-Feb-1930
Cancer 17°45'54"℞
01-Nov-1977
Taurus 03°08'46"℞
A Gardener Trimming Large Palm Trees An Indian Warrior Riding Fiercely, Human Scalps Hanging From His Belt A Garage Man Testing A Car's Battery With A Hydrometer Hen Scratching Ground To Find Nourishment For Her Progeny The Pot Of Gold At The End Of The Rainbow §
Rulership
Aquarius Virgo Pisces Scorpio § Virgo
Returns
83.749y
21-Mar-1865
25-Mar-1949
4.60y
see note
163.73y
12-Jul-2011
248.02y
08-Aug-2178
50.7y
August 2027
US Presidents
Articles of Confederation
ratified 01-Mar-1781
John Adams
1797–1801
James Polk
1845–1849
Herbert Hoover
1929–1933
Jimmy Carter
1977–1981
Planetary Correspondences
Uranium
92·U
Cerium §
58·Ce
Neptunium
93·Np
Plutonium
94·Pu
Crystals


Notes

Sabian Symbols.

Orbit references: [1][2][3][4][5][6]. note: for Chiron, came across information about how an initial orbit is determined for a new body. then, surprised at what a big deal it was for Gauss to determine Ceres' orbit.

Uranus :: observed on many occasions before its discovery as a planet, but it was generally mistaken for a star… Sir William Herschel observed the planet on March 13, 1781 while in the garden of his house at 19 New King Street in the town of Bath, Somerset… Herschel decided to name the object Georgium Sidus (George's Star), or the "Georgian Planet" in honour of his new patron, King George III… Herschel's proposed name was not popular outside of Britain, and alternatives were soon proposed… Bode opted for Uranus… Bode argued that just as Saturn was the father of Jupiter, the new planet should be named after the father of Saturn.

The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital :: …John Varley, remembered in astrological history because of his careful study of the new planet Uranus (the Georgium Sidus of his day).

History of Horoscopic Astrology » Varley and Uranus :: One of the earliest astrologers to take note of [Uranus] and to try to establish its influence was the well-known water-colorist John Varley (1778-1842), who was also an ardent amateur astrologer. McCaffery cites the following account of his interest in the new planet from a story related by his son Albert: Varley spent much time inserting Uranus in his own and other people's charts, watching carefully to see kinds of events it provoked when it came into conjunction or aspect with other planets,—also when affected radically by other planets. He had evidently come to the conclusion that if Uranus was excited by Mars, there would be sudden or unexpected eruptions. One particular morning he announced to his family that he would stay at home, as something very serious was going to happen and he must be present when it occurred. At noon, part of the house caught on fire. Now one bucket of water did Varley carry, but he sat down to write notes on the effect of Uranus. Let me quote his son Albert who tells the story: "He was so delighted at having discovered what the astrological significance of Uranus was, that he sat down while his house was burning, knowing though he did, that he was not insured for a penny, to write an account of his discovery… Although he lost everything in the fire, he regarded that as a small matter compared with his discovery of the new planet's potential." [+]

When and why did Uranus become associated with Aquarius? :: The first categorical statement that Uranus rules Aquarius appears in Varley's book of 1828. So there's the answer. John Varley decided that Uranus ruled Aquarius in 1828. And perhaps he took out insurance on his next home. To pre-empt a question that generally follows the one I have just addressed, the award for being the first person to associate astrology with Uranus should go to Robert Cross, the last Raphael, who wrote in his Guide of 1879, "Astrologers, as a rule, have Herschel prominent in their nativities". And John Varley put it there.

Articles of Confederation ratified by States on 01-Mar-1781, Uranus discovered 13-Mar-1781. Scorpionic America chart by David Solte for 15-Nov-1777 when Articles of Confederation adopted by Continental Congress.

Why did the Articles of Confederation fail? — The Articles of Confederation established the first governmental structure unifying the thirteen states that had fought in the American Revolution. They went into effect on March 1, 1781 and lasted until March 4, 1789 when they were replaced by the US Constitution. Why did the Articles of Confederation only last eight years? In effect why did the Articles of Confederation fail? Answer: The purpose of the Articles of Confederation was to create a confederation of states whereby each state retained "its sovereignty, freedom, and independence, and every power, jurisdiction, and right . . . not . . . expressly delegated to the United States in Congress assembled." In other words, every state was as independent as possible with the United States only responsible for the common defense, security of liberties, and the general welfare. To this effect, the Articles were purposely written to keep the national government as weak as possible. However, there were many problems that soon became apparent as the Articles took effect. [h/t GOVCHRIS1988: We didn't rid ourselves of the Articles simply because the country wanted a strong executive, we rid them because there were too many different forms of state government that couldn't mesh with the countries finances at the time.Different states had different currency, different laws, etc which didn't work for the country overall. So the U.S. Constitution was created and formed a centralized Government where three equal branches were created, the Judicial, the Legislative, and the Executive. Each branch had effective veto power over the other and EACH was important.]

All About American Gov't — With the ratification of the Articles of Confederation in 1781, the former American colonies had their first constitution. Essentially, the Articles of Confederation created a league of friendship among the states, who, aside from banding together during the war for independence, had remained mostly independent. The Articles of Confederation created a government that received its power from the states. Specifically, the government would receive its power from a confederation, which is a league of semi-sovereign states. This was the first attempt by the fledgling nation to create a unified national government. At that point, few colonists actually thought of themselves as Americans. They were fiercely loyal to their states and had some problems taking a national government seriously. Now, in a confederation, the states held most of the power, not the national government. And once the Revolutionary War was over, there wasn't much left to unify the states, and the government collapsed. With no power to tax, and no way to regulate trade between the states, there wasn't much the government could do to assert its control on a national level. Get this—the national government was so wimpy that at one point Congress was driven out of Philadelphia by its own (unpaid) army. Why would anyone want such yellow-bellied, limp-fish government? Well, the states were afraid to give too much control to one central government for fear that America would turn into another England. From the states' experiences, one central government with lots of power resulted in oppression. So, the states made their own treaties with other nations. There was no national army. But, the budding country faced organizational chaos. That's when the (nearly powerless) Congress stepped in and passed a resolution calling for a Constitutional Convention to revise the Articles of Confederation. Nobody had any plans for that weekend, so a bunch of delegates traveled to Philadelphia.

• George Washington's 1st/2nd terms as president: 1789 to 1797. John Adams president from March 4, 1797 to March 4, 1801; Thomas Jefferson began his term in office on March 4, 1801.

PDF: 'Between Jupiter and Mars, I Place a Planet' - Kepler · Titius–Bode law · PDF: Giuseppe Piazzi and the Discovery of Ceres · Bode's Law and the Discovery of Ceres

(1) Ceres :: Giuseppe Piazzi discovered Ceres on January 1, 1801 at Palermo, Sicily with the Palermo Circle built by Jesse Ramsden. Ceres is the largest object in asteroid belt and the only dwarf planet in the inner Solar System; Ceres, Pluto & Eris the first members of the dwarf planet category.

Ceres » Name: The element cerium, discovered in 1803, was named after Ceres. In the same year, another element was also initially named after Ceres, but its discoverer changed its name to palladium (after another asteroid, 2 Pallas) when cerium was named.

• at the time of discovery, Ceres ☌ fixed star Algol: Pluto Yod [+][+][+]

Eleanor Bach :: commissioned the first ephemeris of the Big Four asteroids and immediately began recording her observations of them. Those observations were to become her life's passion and marked the bulk of her work from then on. For almost a quarter-century, she had been writing numerous articles on the significance of asteroids and on their relevance to Jung's concepts of psychological types. » Astro-Databank: Bach, Eleanor » The Astrology Book » Asteroid Goddesses » Goddesses of Astrology [+][+][+][+][+]

Dictionary of Minor Planet Names has a page {14} dedicated to Ceres: Title page of Giuseppe Piazzi’s book “On the discovery of the new planet CERES FERDINANDEA, the eight of those known in our solar system”. The vignette, against the background of Monte Pelegrini and the city of Palermo, shows an angel observing the goddess Ceres sitting in a carriage drawn by two snakes. The inscription on the telescope “CERES ADDITA COELI” (Ceres was added to the heavens) celebrates this epoch-making discovery of the first of the minor planets. (Courtesy of A. Baldi, Bologne).

The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital :: …Ceres, the prototype of the zodiacal Virgo.

The Latrobe Corn-stalk Columns in the Capitol at Washington :: In the vestibule of the Capitol at Washington, beneath the office of the Marshal of the Supreme Court, are the only truly American columns in existence. If the student of architecture regrets that this country has not produced any architectural effort of its own he should be referred to this work of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, who succeeded Messrs. Hallet, Hadfield & Hoban as the Capitol architect, and perfected the designs of Dr. Thornton. In a letter of Latrobe's to Thomas Jefferson he refers as follows to his designs: "I have packed up and sent to Richmond, to be forwarded to Monticello, a box containing the model of the columns for the lower vestibule of the senatorial department of the north wing of the Capitol, which is composed of ears of maize… These capitals, during the summer session, obtained me more applause from the members of Congress than all the works of magnitude or difficulty that surround them. They christened them 'corn-cob capitals;' whether for the sake of alliteration I cannot tell, but certainly not very appropriately." [+]

The Papers of Thomas Jefferson :: I have no doubt that your Cerealian capital will be handsome: and shall be happy to receive the Model of it. the stone which Andrei and Franzoni are preparing for me, need only be sculptured on one side. I propose to set it into the middle of the frieze of a chimney piece.

• unscientifically i figure: Ceres completed: 2011 – 1801 = 210 | 210 /4.60 = 45.6521739 orbits. checking ephemeris (counting 1st ingress only), Ceres returned to discovery degree 45 times since 1801. Ceres last at Taurus 23°23' approximately 07-Sep-2007; next is 07-Jun-2012. 1750 to 2050: every 23 years from 1800 to 2007 (ten times: 1800, 1823, 1846, 1869, 1892, 1915, 1938, 1961, 1984, 2007) Ceres retrograde cycle included her discovery degree. eg. 05-Oct-1800: Ceres begins retrograde at Gem 07°16', 01-Jan-1801 discovered, 11-Jan-1801 direct at Tau 23°08'. retrograde cycles prior to 1800 & after 2007 do not include Ceres' discovery degree. Ceres starts the final 23y cycle on 20-Sep-2007 @ Tau 23°56'. progressing Ceres discovery chart to 31-Jul-1801 at 08:44UT: Ceres Leo 0°53'22.6303" ~ Leo 0°-1° Blood Rushes To A Man's Head As His Vital Energies Are Mobilized Under The Spur Of Ambition.

(2) Pallas :: named for Pallas Athena, discovered by Heinrich Wilhelm Olbers on March 28, 1802; asteroid (1002) Olbersia named in his honor. William Hyde Wollaston discovered palladium in July 1802 and named it after the asteroid.

Mars: A Warmer, Wetter Planet :: The most economical source of raw materials for Earth-orbiting power stations would not be the Moon, certainly not Mars, and most definitely not Earth, but rather near-Earth asteroids, says Lewis. It turns out that Earth's surface is so deep in a gravity well that expedient use of asteroidal water (for propellant) and regolith beats Earth launches of raw materials and rocket fuel by a huge margin. The technology development needed to support asteroid resource utilization is next to nothing compared to the cost that would be needed to move millions of tons of materials into Earth orbit. According to my studies (published in 1994 in the Journal of Geophysical Research and other venues), well-chosen asteroids could supply semiconducting elements needed to make the enormous orbiting photovoltaic arrays and carbon to form a graphite skeleton. Asteroids also could supply enough precious metals to Earth that our industrial economy would never look the same, with presently expensive and critically essential metals such as palladium dropping in price by up to two orders of magnitude and platinum becoming cheap and plentiful enough to use industrially on a large scale. New uses of certain platinum metals [ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, osmium, iridium, platinum], ludicrous to envisage today because of high prices, would be conceived and implemented as freely as we use silver and copper. These metals would become vital to many segments of our global economy. sending astronauts to an asteroid for the first time in history Obamastroid The discovery [Earth Trojan asteroid] is important because it proves that Trojans can exist in orbit around the Sun in a very earth-like orbit. And since U. S. President Obama announced NASA's intentions to land a man on an asteroid by 2025, we may find Trojans or related asteroids that are the ideal candidates for that landing.

(3) Juno :: named for Juno of Roman mythology, discovered by Karl Ludwig Harding on September 1, 1804; asteroid (2003) Harding named in his honor. » Aedes Junonis Monetae

• asteroid Juno Libra 02°40', during Juno launch on 05-Aug-11 @ 16:25 UT (12:25pm ET) ~ Dawn Of A New Day Reveals Everything Changed. Sun Leo 12°56' ☌ Pippa / Atalante / Desiderata ~ An Old Sea Captain Rocking Himself On The Porch Of His Cottage (Hauptmann in German means "captain", literally "head man"). (648) Pippa named for (8381) Hauptmann's main character in Und Pippa tanzt! Ein Glashuttenmarchen (And Pippa Dances! A Glassworks Fairy Tale) [+] {chartasteroid listing} (103) Hera, (697) Galilea, (2906) Caltech, (5731) Zeus, (8381) Hauptmann, (8489) Boulder, (9252) Goddard, (11365) NASA, (35352) Texas, (48575) Hawaii, (78577) JPL, (Uranian) Zeus. [+][+][+][+][+][+]

(4) Vesta :: Discovered by Heinrich Wilhelm Olbers on March 29, 1807. After the discovery of Vesta, no further objects were discovered for 38 years, and the Solar System was thought to have eleven planets. However, in 1845 new asteroids started being discovered at a rapid pace. » Vestales » Vestal Virgin

NASA's Dawn Spacecraft Enters Orbit Around Asteroid Vesta — 16 July 2011 — NASA's Dawn spacecraft on Saturday became the first probe ever to enter orbit around an object in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Dawn will study the asteroid, named Vesta, for a year before departing for a second destination, a dwarf planet named Ceres, in July 2012. » NASA Dawn Spacecraft Returns Close-Up Image of Asteroid Vesta » It Was a Dark and Starry Night » Scientists stunned by surface of asteroid Vesta

Astrology from A to Z, Eleanor Bach, Jill K. Schwartz :: Vesta has to do with all kinds of safety precautions to protect against accident or fire. Vesta is the fire alarm and the burglar alarm. She alerts us to danger, as in the myth that tells us of the donkey's braying that awoke her as she dozed at a rustic festival and found the god Priapus about to mount her. She sent him scurrying, for Vesta is a virgin. The chastity belt is certainly a Vesta device. This was to insure fidelity to one's lord and master when patriarchy prevailed. Purity is a Vesta concern that can be troublesome. Vesta takes pleasure in ethnic identity but she can worry too much about such things as racial and ethnic purity. She often suffers from xenophobia. In her concern for safety and security she is the generator of vigilante groups, neighborhood guardians, and watchdogs, which may escalate into gangs who take the law into their own hands; lynch mobs. Vesta is all kinds of insurance, as precaution for the future and in the event of disaster. Vesta is licensing, the legal indication that we have attained a certain degree of expertise which gives us the right to drive a car, to teach, to be real estate agents, to operate a business, etc. With regard to spiritual matters, Vesta is the priesthood, those who have chosen to dedicate themselves to spiritual service. Many do wonderful work. But there are some who are extremely intolerant, one of Vesta's negative manifestations. Vesta is a very important principle. There is no other planet that has to do with matters of safety, security, credibility, and trust. …She is a very privileged goddess, the most secure of all. She gets the first portion of any gift or sacrifice made to any of the gods. Small wonder that she doesn't want change, that she wants to preserve, to maintain, to keep all of the old customs intact. Also in the old ways and customs there is familiarity, tradition, and ongoingness, all of which contribute to the sense of safety, security, and belonging. The etymological root vest in many words provides clues to the meaning of Vesta. The vest itself is an article of clothing that provides warmth. We invest in the interest of security. Those who study the stock market and fail to consider Vesta have got themselves a lost cause. We We investigate to determine the trustworthiness or credibility of information. When we are vested in our jobs we are assured of our pensions and our future security upon retirement. The term "vested interest" describes a close involvement with others to promote personal advantage, usually at the expense of others (the family protecting its own). So it should not surprise us to find that a negative form of Vesta is the Mafia, the family that sells security. Another is any clan or group which puts its interests above all others, such as some secret societies and nationalist groups (the KKK, the Nazis). Vesta is also connected to the protective services of the country — the police, the army and navy — and investigative agencies like the CIA, the FBI, and the NSA. Vesta is always active in cases of spying, including clandestine activities

(5) Astraea :: named for Astraea goddess of justice named after the stars, discovered by Karl Ludwig Hencke on December 8, 1845; asteroid (2005) Hencke named in his honor.

PDF: No Man's Elizabeth: Frances A. Yates and the History of History :: Feminism is predicated on an assumption of rights and of equality — equality between men and women as well as equality among women. For Elizabeth, these assumptions would be utter nonsense. One of the most influential studies of Elizabeth was produced by a woman who also had very little to say to feminism: Frances A. Yates. Published in the Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes in 1947, and reprinted in the 1970s and 1990s, Yates article, "Queen Elizabeth as Astraea," describes the iconography of Elizabeth as Virgin Queen. It draws on the traditions of classical literature, European literature, drama, and the history of art and architecture, as well as religious history, to explain the literary and artistic processes by which, as she put it, "the unmarried state of the Queen is exalted into a symbol of the imperial virgin Astraea which fills the universe." …For Yates, "Astraea" was an idea from the classical past that was pressed into the service of what she called "The Imperial Theme": an artistic and discursive system of monarchical representation that justifies the Reformation as well as England's nascent imperialism. » Astraea

Salvator Rosa's Justice Appearing to the Peasants :: By having Astraea leave her balance, sword, and fasces in the hands of peasants, Rosa suggests that Justice may be able to survive on earth, but only in the hands of poor, simple, honest men. This is a rather free variation on the legen of Astraea as it is usually known, but it is consistent with Rosa's professed Stoicism and is closely related to the artist's preference for such heroes as Cincinnatus, Diogenes, and Atilius Regulus as the subjects of some of his more important paintings. » Astraea leaving the Earth » The Return of Astraea

Astræa, the celestial virgin, was the last of the immortals to live with humans during the sagacious Bronze Age… According to Ovid, Astraea abandoned the earth at the end of the Iron Age. Fleeing from the new wickedness of humanity, she ascended to heaven to become the constellation Virgo; the scales of justice she carried became the nearby constellation Libra.

• during George VI reign (1936–1952), the four royal planets changed position: Fomalhaut 13-Jun-1938, Regulus 25-Dec-1939, Aldebaran 14-Sep-1943, Antares 15-May-1945 § Queen Elizabeth II reign (1952–Present): Fomalhaut 20-Jun-2009, Regulus 29-Nov-2011, Aldebaran 03-Oct-2014, Antares 01-Mar-2017 (Regulus changes signs, from Leo to Virgo, for the first time in the Common Era).

Neptune

Pluto

Does Pluto Rule Scorpio or Aries? (also discusses modern rulership & order of the planets by Mean distance from the Earth ("The ancients assigned the planets in exact accordance with the planets mean distance from the earth. Mercury, Venus and Mars can be nearer to the earth than the Sun, but when we consider averaged distance, the Sun is closer over time" [Carl Payne Tobey]) :: Ever since Pluto was discovered in the 1930, there has been a raging debate about whether Pluto ruled Scorpio or Aries. Currently, the majority have assigned it to Scorpio and the 8th house. But there is still a minority opinion that it belongs to Aries. This confusion results from the ancient dual rulership of Mars for both Scorpio and Aries.

Pluto's New Moon: P4

Plutonium(IV) oxide :: PuO2 is used in MOX fuels for nuclear reactors. Plutonium-238 dioxide is used as fuel for several deep-space spacecraft such as the 'New Horizons' Pluto probe.

(2060) Chiron

• Note: I agree with Clow that Chiron rulership as Virgo, primariliy because Regulus enters Virgo on 29-Nov-2011.

Chiron: Rainbow Bridge Between the Inner and Outer Planets :: Chiron, by transit, will often identify the maximum pressure times in a lifetime which are also the illumination times. Those times are often when the relentless pressure of Saturn can be left behind, and the electrical healing potential of Uranus released. Chiron rules crystals. Crystals can be great healing tools because crystals are frozen white light in hexagonal rigid Saturnian mineral form.

Quartz, 2nd most abundant mineral after Feldspar.

Feldspar :: assists in helping one to detach from the old, encouraging unconventional and exciting methods to attain ones goals. It provides for support in issues of self-awareness and self-love; for with realization of love, one can become united with all aspects of the world. It has been found as a constituent of moon rock and provides for a connection with inter-galactic intelligence. Feldspar also enables one to access the communicative forces of this intelligence. It assists one in locating that which has been misplaced and in discovering and understanding previously unidentified messages from both within and outward of the self. It can be used in the treatment of disorders associated with the skin and muscular structure. » Astrological Sign of Aquarius » Vibrates to the number 9. » Love Is In The Earth, by Melody

NASA Planetary Missions :: Voyager: Voyager 1 launched 05-Sep-1977 flying by Jupiter (closest approach 05-Mar-1979) & Saturn (12-Nov-1980) · Voyager 2 launched 20-Aug-1977 flying by Jupiter (09-Jul-1979), Saturn (26-Aug-1981), Uranus (24-Jan-1986) & Neptune (25-Aug-1989) § Cassini–Huygens launched 15-Oct-1997 § New Horizons launched 19-Jan-2006 for Pluto and is currently at the halfway point; orbit crossing: Uranus 18-Mar-2011, Neptune 25-Aug-2014 & Pluto 14-Jul-2015 § Dawn launched 27-Sep-2007 to rendezvous and orbit Vesta & Ceres § » The Voyagers: An unprecedented on-going mission of exploration

Voyager Spacecraft Statement by the President. July 29, 1977 :: This Voyager spacecraft was constructed by the United States of America. We are a community of 240 million human beings among the more than 4 billion who inhabit the planet Earth. We human beings are still divided into nation states, but these states are rapidly becoming a single global civilization. We cast this message into the cosmos. It is likely to survive a billion years into our future, when our civilization is profoundly altered and the surface of the Earth may be vastly changed. Of the 200 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy, some--perhaps many--may have inhabited planets and spacefaring civilizations. If one such civilization intercepts Voyager and can understand these recorded contents, here is our message: This is a present from a small distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts, and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours. We hope someday, having solved the problems we face, to join a community of galactic civilizations. This record represents our hope and our determination, and our good will in a vast and awesome universe. —President Jimmy Carter » Voyager Golden Record

Recalculating the Distance to Interstellar Space — 06.15.11 — Scientists analyzing recent data from NASA's Voyager and Cassini spacecraft have calculated that Voyager 1 could cross over into the frontier of interstellar space at any time and much earlier than previously thought. » Where are the Voyagers?