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Haven't really done a lot of dial work lately, but working on Antares got me digging in again. Came across this table indicating my natal Sun at Aries Axis 2013/14   ¡O_o!

This helps: What is Solar Arc?difference between the position of the progressed Sun and natal Sun on any particular day. This arc is then added to every planet and point in the chart. Being summer-born, my solar arc is less than my actual age, and my SA-Sun reaches Aries 15° in 2018. Charlton Heston's chart at Astrodienst using Natal, progressions and solar arc combined *, Ebertin style (w/ midpoints), Start date for charts marked with * [9 Aug. 2002], and asteroids: 16 Psyche, 433 Eros, 4580 Child, 71 Niobe, 4451 Grieve, 75 Eurydike.

[12:42 PM 12/3/2013]

These really help too: The Evolution of the 90°-Dial (Applied Cosmobiology, Reinhold Ebertin; see dial on page 12) & An Explanation of the 90-degree Dial.


  • EON-5 (45°—Octile) Restriction, Inadequate Knowledge, Shadow Elements, Shock to System
  • EON-14 (135°—Tri-Octile) Perseverance, Reality Check, Irrepressible Will, Individualizing

  • Waning
  • EON-24 (225°—Tri-Octile) Contribution, Acceptance, Workable Philosophy, Disseminating
  • EON-33 (315°—Octile) Dissolution/Formation, Catabolic Forces, Tests of Fitness, Intuitively

Note: Solar arcs only appear on inner zodiac on Astrodienst 90° dial, unfortunately. Using Excel, placing dial numbers in columns to help visualization, since I don't have astrology software.

Another note: The Four Angles for 1776 chart: ASC 13SG10 / DSC 13GE10 & MC 02LI08 / IC 02AR08. 1776 MC/IC conj Aries Axis (00/00 Cardinal).

Wescott posted new thoughts on 30-Nov & focusing on the first: An early Aries angle now will feature Pythia, Nemesis and Uranus. Right out of the box, this means that things aren’t correctly understood—and the fault lies in the fact that there’s some form of Uranus. So projections aren’t correct because something’s new, different, unexpected, odd, or strange.

Both at Aries 8° A Crystal Gazer

 • Uranus☌Nemesis, 14-Dec-2013 @ 18:58:10 UT
 • Uranus☌Pythia, 14-Jan-2014 @ 7:35:43 UT

Looking at several charts, focusing on Uranus, Nemesis and Pythia, something to note:

Notice Venus {00CP04} & Uranus {00AR43Rx} at the top of the dial, Asmodeus [+][+] {14AQ53} & Nemesis {16SC53} at the bottom. {hope i'm saying this right} on 30-Nov, Solar arc progresses 2°2′9″. Moving Biela {29VI43} closer to 00/00 Cardinal & Venus/Uranus & directly opposite Asmodeus.

 • {Regulus☌♍}–Asmodeus 14AQ53 — 44°/14° Fixed
 • {Regulus/SA}–Biela 29VI43 — 89°/29° Mutable

Biela just went Direct today at Aries 23°, 10:27UT (2:27am PST). When the Solar Arc for Regulus☌Virgo increases to 2°19′8″ on 12-Mar-2014, Biela enters Libra.

[6:55 AM 12/4/2013]

The Aries Axis: (90° Dial: Cardinal is 00°–30° ♈♋♎♑, Fixed 30°–60° ♉♌♏♒, and Mutable 60°–90° ♊♍♐♓):

00°00′ Cardinal ⇔ 15°00′ Fixed
22°30′ Cardinal ⇔ 07°30′ Mutable

Royal Stars in Mutable signs & (distance) from 07°30′ Mutable: 60°/00° Regulus (7°30′), 64°/04° Fomalhaut (3°30′), 70°/10° Aldebaran-Antares (2°30′).

while i'm doing chartwork, check out The Suit of Coins or Pentacles, from Mystical Origins of the Tarot (because something has to fill an empty throne), also the introduction & cover.

[8:05 PM 12/4/2013]

Excel screenshot. Debating what to say about this one. Stuff for me (because i'm a gwen) wouldn't be generally interesting (eg. Fomalhaut ♓–Guinevere 07GE39 opposite Antares ♐–Uranus 22AR06), but Uranus at 22°/30′ Cardinal is certainly a general thing. ♐–Restitutum 07SG49 seems interesting. What the screenshot shows is ♐–Uranus 22AR06 (Aries Axis Cardinal quadrature) opposite ♐–Excalibur 05SG29 & ♊–Excalibur 09GE52, ♐–Arthur 09PI29 (Aries Axis Mutable quadrature). Then, noticing 30-Nov-13 solar arcs, progressing chart date until each reached 07°30′ Mutable:

{me}–SA Biela 05GE16 (30-Nov to 2015)
{me}–SA Excalibur 03GE23 (30-Nov to 2017)

Keeping in mind Aldebaran (2014) & Antares (2017) haven't changed degree yet (still at Mutable 9°; my diagram shows them at Mutable 10°), this might be an interesting exercise to check your Camelot SAs. Why Excalibur? First note Arcturus (Arthur's Star) at Libra 24° currently opposite Aldebaran-Antares axis & ♊–Excalibur 09GE52, ♐–Arthur 09PI29. Aldebaran is the next Persian star to change position. Mithræ Invicto, btw, comes from the carved sword Merlin finds, from Mary Stewart's The Hollow Hills. I'm also checking Athene, Poseidon, Zeus &c. But some double loop stuff first.

btw, posting excel spreadsheet diagram is based on at GoogleDocs, eventually.

Aldebaran-Antares currently opposite one another, but on the 90° Dial they're just 0°2′19″ apart; Fomalhaut-Regulus are 4°1′50″.

This diagram illustrates cycle of the elements as Persian Royal Stars change signs. It's related, I think, to the double loop: two stars can be in the same sign (meaning one element isn't represented), or two pairs of stars are in two different elements (where two elements aren't represented). Those pairings are interesting: Antares-Regulus and Aldebaran-Fomalhaut — currently 99°55′35″ & 95°56′4″ apart. Don't remember whether this based on 90° Dial when I created it, but Banner Names are sorted by element. Dee's Great Circle of the Quarters (this too, and this (from here) & this).

What Do You See?

Apparently, Crowley made up the SECOND loop: Heh (♈) & Tzaddi (♒), which is {crossing eyes: who's on first?} Fomalhaut enters Aries next & (by my calculations it will take a long time for one of the Royal Stars to enter Aquarius). The FIRST loop: Teth (♌) & Lamed (♎), it's going to take another long time before another Royal Star enters Leo & Regulus enters Libra next. So what is the fourth table here? What happens next? Is there a new loop? Because before Regulus enters Libra, before Fomalhaut enters Aries, Antares enters Capricorn & Aldebaran enters Cancer. [a long long time ago, in this galaxy, Antares (♎), Aldebaran (♈), Fomalhaut (♑), Regulus (♋)].