Egyptian – Bounds => Implementation (from Prof. Charles Obert)
Getting Things done – Low Level Managers – Where the Rubber hits the Road – „OK, I will implement it, but on my Terms“
Receptions – The Master of the Nativity – Ruler of the Chart – Temperaments – The three most dignified Planets – Chain of Dispositors
I. The Ascendent – + Decans for Appearance (Obert)
II. Sun and Moon
III. Quality of Soul
IV. Significations for Family and Marriage Aspects
V. Significations for Professional Aspects
VI. Significations for Spiritual Aspects – Philosophy – Faith
VII. Significations for Support Groups – Triplicities Aspects as Family /Friends – Dignity – Only 2 Rulers Concept
VIII. Moon Void of Course – Planets Void of Course
IX. Genius / Daimon in the Chart – Decans as Minor Gods (Obert) – ruling the Chart Part without Authority? – Strange Flavour as a Dignity (Obert) – A planet that has only Face/Decan can offer volunteer-work (Obert)
The word ingress comes from the Latin ingressus, to ‚go in‘ or ‚enter‘. The chart of the Aries ingress is drawn for the moment that the Sun enters the very first minute of that sign, which is the beginning of a new cycle for the Sun. A general rule in traditional astrology is that if the ascendant of the ingress chart is in a moveable (cardinal) sign the chart remains valid for three months only, and it is necessary to draw further charts for the Sun’s entry into Cancer, Libra and Capricorn. If the ascendant is in a common (mutable) sign the chart remains valid for six months, and the Sun’s ingress into Libra should be used for the remaining half of the year. If the ascendant is in a fixed sign, however, the chart remains valid for the whole year. – http://www.skyscript.co.uk/ingresses.html –
In a free (invitational) Horary Webinar – Astrologer in Bergisch Gladbach bei Köln – Germany – December 6th, 2021 – started at 19/00 hrs. – The Asc. had changed during the webinar from Asc. in Cancer to Leo with the moon in Exile in Capricorn. – The last Question in the Webinar was:
„What is it, my Soul want’s to tell me (Was will mir meine Seele sagen?)“
Considering the Tradition about the sublunar and supralunar Souls – is that a valid Horary Question?
Well, this of course depends on wether or not one associates the soul with the Moon. – It could be, that the soul is represented by the Sun. Moon as the Soul could be too modern a notion. – In a horary, one should delineate the complete chart, with an emphasis on the ruler of the 1st place representing the querent of course, and the Moon because she is signifying what is going on, what is currently going on in the querent’s life. Perhaps even the Lot of Fortune as what is pertinent at the moment, what is is all about in reality (perhaps). – But the entire chart represents what the Soul wants to tell, should that be the question. – In case of the soul it’s not about the moon, it’s about the ruler of the fourth place. – It makes a lot of sense to differentiate between the person itself [ruler of the first place] and his feelings [moon] in a horary chart. Then consequently there is a clue, whether there is a contradiction between mind and feelings/emotions for example.
If someone works closely with delineation of the natives soul, he might find such a question frivolous in the context of horary. There are way too many factors involved in delineating a “Living Soul”. That question fairly belongs to natal astrology! Earlier astrologers attempted to read the thoughts and intents of the heart through horary but that is not the same as asking what their soul wants to tell them, because that is something sacred to natal astrology. – To know the soul given to a native is the only way to understand how and what leads it through life. – If someone has no way of knowing their birth time then it is a fair question to ask. If it is known or knowable then the question becomes absurd.
In the traditional Horary Literature we read about the sacred Moment of asking the Horary Question. – In a free (invitational) Horary Webinar – Astrologer in Bergisch Gladbach bei Köln – Germany – December 6th, 2021 – started at 19/00 hrs. – I had the chance to ask my Horary-Question at 19:20:00 after 2 other Horary-Questions had been answered. – The Asc was in Cancer with Moon in Exile in Capricorn. – By then for me it was obvious, that the Asc. would change into Leo and because of the delineation by the Horary-Astrologer on the 2 Questions before me I had learned quite a lot about the Horary-Quality of time. – Remembering the old texts in Horary I had the feeling, that I would violate the Rules of Sacredness and because of that feeling I did’nt ask my Question.
Quote:“Sitting in video conference asking question after question reminds me of something Sahl said in his book on Questions. I will quote it here: 4 And do not take up a sought matter you are not asked about, in a matter which you have already been asked about, for you will introduce confusion into your soul: for example, one who asks about marriage, [and] when you looked into it, he asked you about another matter that came to him [at that moment]…. “Here Sahl is talking about spur of the moment questions during a reading. That does not necessarily mean more than one question cannot be asked. For he qualifies his statement by saying,“And if it (the new question) is concealed [by him] prior to the judgment on different matters, then it is all right that you take each sought matter from its own heading.” – So it is ok, according to Sahl, to take different questions in one meeting however they are not spur of the moment questions resulting from a reading on one matter. However he further qualifies this by adding: “6 And it is not allowed that you ask [about] two matters for any inquiry, when their approach is one [and the same].” – In other words if the same houses would be used in a new question in the same way as the previous question then you shouldn’t take those questions because obviously the significators would remain the same and it is no longer an answer specific or dedicated to your personal question. – The whole idea of a “sacred moment” to ask a question is not necessarily a “religious” connotation but rather one that is your moment in time to ask when you have given due thought and consideration of the question to ask. As Sahl goes on to say, “16 And do not let it frighten you if you were asked about different questions under a single Ascendant: for if the sought matters differ, then if their enumeration was in conformity with a condition of misfortune or good fortune, it will be that for them.” – This is tied to the last point because different matters would involve different significators but we would still be using the same constellation of planets in the chart. – If you knew the significators would be the same because the questions were similar in nature and approach, then that probably gave rise in your heart the resolve to not ask as it wasn’t the right moment. I also believe that is what is intended with a “sacred moment” that is yours and no others. In that same thought then, if your question was different in approach and the ascendant changed during the course of taking the questions in their order then it seems to me that it was providence that made the order so that your question would come up at the change. In other words given all the factors, even if your question had been similar in approach to finding the answer, then the fact it changed signs because of the order of the questions, may have been that sacred moment. – …. It is up to the astrologer to consider the questions as they come and know the differences and perhaps to participate in any decision to wait and not just take questions like in a game show. There is a lot of good counsel from Sahl in the first chapter of his Book on Questions. – The word “sacred” means worthy of respect or dedication. So it is always a matter of is the question worthy of respect and commitment to answer. There are times it is not and times it is and I think that was the intention in Sahl’s counsel.“
„Time given by his daughter Gret Baumann in the (1988) translated „Carl Gustav Jung: Leben, Werk, Wirkung,“ by Gerhard Wehr, 1985, Kosel-Verlag and Co, Munich, translated 1987 by Shambhala Publications.
(7:32 PM, given as LMT rather than Bern time, to put the Sun on the DESC. This corresponds to 7:24 Bern Mean Time. (atr))
AJA 9/1962, „He told a member of the association that he was born when the last rays of the setting sun lit the room.“ From then on, the definition of sunset became the issue. Jim Eshelman calculated sunset for the moment that the upper limb of the sun crossed the astronomical horizon, corrected for refraction but neglecting parallax as 7:41 PM LMT. (Twilight at that date and latitude ended at 9:38 PM LMT)
In AQ 6/1964, Delphia gave 7:37 PM, Thurgen, Switzerland „from him.“ AQ Summer/1951 gives 8:45 PM, Kesswil „from him.“ AQ Fall/1954, Dr. Unger gives 7:24 PM, near Zurich. AQ Fall/1961 gives 7:30 PM, Bale, Switzerland. R.H. Oliver quotes M. Morrell of the AA staff for 7:20 PM, Berne time, Zurich „from New York Jungian analysts, quoting his daughter.““
Berlin – 10.18 Uhr: Scholz zum Bundeskanzler gewählt
10.53 Uhr: Scholz‘ nächster Schritt zur Vereidigung
Bundespräsident Steinmeier hat Scholz seine Ernennungsurkunde überreicht. Damit ist die Regierungsgewalt auf den neuen Kanzler übergegangen. “Herr Bundeskanzler, meinen ganz herzlichen Glückwunsch”, sagt Steinmeier im Schloss Bellevue.