the As­pects by Astro_Time™



Di­ver­si­fied mo­ments of the cy­cli­cality de­picted in the cir­cle - a per­fect but ste­re­o­typed flat rep­re­sen­ta­tion of a per­en­ni­al sine wave, to which eve­ry pos­si­ble man­i­fes­ta­tion be­longs - the AS­PECTS are the high­light­ed rep­re­sen­ta­tion of the har­mon­ic or dis­har­mo­ni­ous sit­u­ations that a­rise be­tween the parts with­in a theme as­tro­log­i­cal. In a na­tal hor­o­scope they em­pha­size the per­son's notes and pre­dis­po­si­tion; in the suc­ces­sion of Tran­sits the "weath­er" a­round it; sup­port­ers of com­par­i­son and rec­ti­fi­ca­tion of sit­u­ations of all kinds, some­times they are real "knots that come to the comb"; in es­sence, the al­ter­na­tion of the A.s in their pro­gres­sive con­cat­e­na­tion, fo­cus­es and de­ter­mines - through a sen­si­tive and in­tense re­call of the same - the maturing of ex­pe­ri­ences from fur­ther points of view, col­lat­er­al or com­ple­men­ta­ry.
Gen­er­al­ly, and in a spe­cial way in As­troTime, they are vis­i­ble in the As­trol­o­gy-Chart in the form of lines which they stretch from one point to an­oth­er of the in­ner cir­cle of the Hous­es, in a col­or and type of hatch­ing that e­nun­ci­ates their ty­pol­o­gy; their thick­ness va­ries ac­cord­ing to the ef­fi­cien­cy of the A. (pre­ci­sion) and of the in­ten­si­ty i.e. the dif­fer­ent strength ex­pressed by each plan­et in that type of A..
In the no­tations of the Tran­sits they are each re­presented by their own ge­o­met­ric sym­bol and, if they are pend­ing, ac­com­pa­nied by a hor­i­zon­tal his­to­gram [of a sta­tis­ti­cal type] which an­nounces its pro­gress.

It goes with­out say­ing that there are in­fi­nite pos­si­ble com­bi­na­tions be­tween the po­si­tions of the plan­ets and oth­er sen­si­tive points of a hor­o­scope and none with­out mean­ing; but when­ev­er the arc of dis­tance be­tween two sub­jects cor­re­sponds to an ex­act frac­tion of the cir­cle: 1­/8, 1­/10, 1­/12 or a mul­ti­ple there­of, it snaps like a mag­net­ic or vi­tal cur­rent - some­times a real quiv­er - be­tween the two poles, ca­pa­ble of in­flu­enc­ing e­vents with a val­ue that de­pends on the type of an­gle (or vi­bra­tory phase) in­volv­ing them. It should be kept in mind that 'e­vent' can also be a change or the ar­ri­val of a state of mind, a de­ci­sion or a po­si­tion, ours or oth­ers to­wards us and so on. This in­di­cates that wide range of e­ven­tu­alities, which some­times may not be im­me­di­ate­ly man­i­fest, but which draw strength and tone from that in­flu­ence, and then e­merge once they have ma­tured.
The rea­sons for this res­o­nance, which spreads through­out the zo­di­a­cal cir­cuit, have been am­ply ex­am­ined in my syn­thet­ic trea­tise «Per una con­gruenza degli Aspetti», ded­i­cat­ed since 1992 to the us­ers of the Per­son­al­ized As­tro­log­i­cal A­gen­da.

As­pects trans­late into ex­pe­ri­ences:

they will be pos­i­tive or neg­a­tive
ac­cord­ing to the use that is made of them,
or how you re­solve them.


Start­ing from the fun­da­men­tal har­mon­ic di­vi­sion of the cir­cle, three fam­i­lies can be dis­tin­guished, char­ac­ter­ized by the num­ber of sec­tors into which the cir­cle is di­vid­ed, al­ways re­ferable to a ge­o­met­ric fig­ure which is its har­mon­ic base with the least num­ber of sides, i.e. a tri­an­gle, a square or pen­ta­gon.
life is an up­hill road…
that eve­ry­one would like to go down­hill
The un­healthy hab­it of hav­ing to sep­a­rate the 'ma­lef­i­cent' as­tro­log­i­cal qualities from the 'ben­e­fi­cial' ones has meant that pre­cise­ly those As­pects with char­ac­ter­is­tics of me­di­a­tion and bal­ance were ne­glected: the Quin­tiles; un­healthy, be­cause it is the daugh­ter and ma­trix of the most self-cen­tered du­al­ism, which ends up re­jecting re­al­i­ty in­stead of pre­par­ing to breathe it.
In­deed, the num­ber and de­gree of pos­si­ble As­pects is not lim­it­ed to those re­ferred to by As­troTime but, as for the in­flu­ence of ce­les­ti­al bod­ies, the fo­cus was on the es­sen­tial, where con­tents and re­cip­ro­cal pe­cu­liarities prove to be high­ly sig­nif­i­cant in the an­a­lyses, as in the di­a­lec­tic that un­der­pins them.
Eve­ry fam­i­ly con­sists of four main as­pects:
ca­dence 1­/3 of a cir­cle – Fixed na­ture –
the clos­est to the cen­tre, i­de­al­ly re­pres­ent the fu­sion of the the­sis with each an­tith­e­sis, brought a­bout by the syn­the­sis of 5 (see be­low) and there­fore its in­te­gral re­turn to the in­al­ien­a­ble U­ni­ty.
Three points in space are nec­es­sary (and suf­fi­cient) to de­fine a cir­cle; be­tween them there is con­ti­nu­i­ty while there can be no op­po­si­tion.

The ge­o­met­ric sol­ids ob­tain­a­ble with the ba­sic fig­ures will help to bet­ter un­der­stand their na­ture, in­vol­un­tar­i­ly re­con­necting us to Pla­to's "Ti­mae­us"; in this case it is the tet­ra­he­dron, which he him­self at­trib­ut­ed to the Fire el­e­ment and made up of four e­qui­lat­e­ral tri­an­gu­lar faces, each of which com­mu­ni­cates with the oth­er three; even in space there is no so­lu­tion of con­ti­nu­i­ty and it is the sol­id whose faces are clos­est to the bar­y­cen­tre.

Gen­er­al­ly con­sid­ered fa­vor­a­ble and of a­gree­ment, they are re­flected in the con­cept: «u­ni­ty is strength».
The A. de­rived from the Tri­gon gen­er­ate syn­er­gy and com­mun­ion, pro­mot­ing tasks and ac­cel­er­at­ing a­chieve­ments and syn­the­sis. «Easy» or fa­cil­i­tat­ed con­di­tions (how­ev­er, the area from which the As­pect or Tran­sit co­mes must al­ways be tak­en into ac­count: Sat­urn from a XII, for ex­am­ple, can trans­form even a Trine into a chal­lenge ..).

60° Sex­tile

The es­sence of the Tri­gon can be rec­og­nized in the first col­umn of the scheme out­lined in the chap­ter Pianeti, which con­sol­i­dates the three in­stances of the Tri­ad made Man: Id, Ego, and Su­per-Ego, not de­vi­at­ing from the deepest Freud­i­an in­tu­i­tion; al­though this syn­o­nym is re­flected at a high­er lev­el in the very for­ma­tion of the three slow Plan­ets.
Mars, the ac­tive ego, is con­stant­ly meas­ured to­ward the im­pulses of Ve­nus, whilst it re­sponds with its ac­tion to the will of Plu­to. One might al­most as­sume that, un­der cer­tain con­di­tions and lev­els, the three roles are in some form and meas­ure in­ter­change­a­ble.

There are those who pro­pose it as a sym­bol of life, due to its af­finities with the struc­ture of Sil­i­ca and var­i­ous chem­i­cal com­pounds made up of el­e­ments at the or­i­gin of life (the fun­da­men­tal el­e­ment of the crys­tal­line lat­tice of sil­i­cates is made up of a tet­ra­he­dron at whose ver­ti­ces there are four ox­y­gen ions, O2- and in the cen­ter a sil­i­con ion, Si4+). For the tet­ra­he­dron I sug­gest the most re­cent com­ple­men­ta­ry ar­ti­cle, with very spe­cial con­tent.
As­tro­log­i­cal­ly, we can search for its "mean­ing" even more deep­ly, as in­tro­duced in chap­ter on the Zo­di­ac. The 4 faces of three sides add up to 12, which re­calls the months of the year.
It is the time of the Zo­di­a­cal scan.

A cu­ri­os­i­ty, which tes­ti­fi­es to the per­fec­tion of the tet­ra­he­dron from an as­tro­log­i­cal point of view, is in­her­ent in the ar­range­ment of the ver­ti­ces. If we ob­serve the fig­ure pro­jected onto a plane, we see in prac­tice its 4 ver­ti­ces giv­ing shape to a scheme which takes up the hor­o­scope quar­ter­ing in an es­sen­tial way, since any pair of its op­po­site sides in space cross each oth­er like the car­di­nal axes and ex­tend up to the cir­cum­fer­ence in which the fig­ure can nat­u­ral­ly be in­scribed. This means that while in plane said ver­ti­ces are in quad­ra­ture, it is suf­fi­cient to br­ing one of the two axes on a sep­a­rate plane, un­til reach­ing a dis­tance be­tween the ver­ti­ces e­qual to the length of a side, to see the Quad­ra­tures con­vert into trines! Watch as well the DNA at the link a­bove.

If the tri­an­gle co­or­di­nates the three planes con­sti­tut­ing the liv­ing be­ing: Phys­i­cal, As­tral and Spir­i­tu­al - of which Biorhythms are a well-known re­flec­tion - each of the ver­tex­es of the tet­ra­he­dron can as­sume the top po­si­tion of the pyr­a­mid (which does not oc­cur with the square), sum­ma­riz­ing the eq­ui­ty of the un­ion of the three an­gles at the base.

ca­dence 1­/4 of a cir­cle – Car­di­nal
World­ly con­sid­ered as an ob­sta­cle and dis­a­gree­ment, they are the most un­com­fort­a­ble, co­or­di­nat­ing the 4 es­sen­tial el­e­ments of the ma­te­ri­al con­struct; nev­er­the­less they set the springs of growth on their op­po­site hinges. Con­tra­ry to the com­pact­ness of the grand trine, the cross of the El­e­ments trans­lates into con­tin­u­ous ten­sion the forc­es of its 4 arms, the 4 di­rec­tions of the space plane, each of which tends to as­sert its own mo­dal­i­ty, leav­ing the mo­ment of ro­ta­tion' the cen­trip­e­tal task of co­he­sion. This puts each of the par­ties in front of a con­trast or a spe­cif­ic de­fi­cien­cy.
The op­po­si­tion, in­her­ent in the ver­ti­ces of the Square, gen­er­ates du­al­is­tic, con­tra­dic­to­ry or in­hib­i­to­ry ef­fects through its cor­ners, caus­ing des­tabilizing ten­sion, fric­tion and dis­a­gree­ment be­tween the par­ties: if suf­fered, it is ir­rec­on­cil­a­ble which causes sep­a­ra­tion; if mastered it fu­els com­ple­men­tarity.
Only a true dis­ci­pline of op­po­sites can re­store bal­ance and a­void the de­struc­tive ef­fect re­sult­ing from di­vi­sion. It will be use­ful to note that while 'Op­po­si­tion in­volves ex­trem­ism, but implies a prin­ci­ple of com­pen­sa­tion that a­rises from e­qui­lib­ri­um, Quad­ra­ture is con­flict, fric­tion, an el­bowing of needs and char­ac­ters; as a dis­crep­an­cy at an in­ter­me­di­ate stage it is un­com­pen­sat­ed.
If the Tri­gon is mar­riage, the Quad­ra­ture is a pair cri­sis, but which of the two leads to strength­en­ing or di­vorce with great­er em­pha­sis de­pends on many fac­tors: cer­tain­ly the cli­ché to a­void is liv­ing in ex­pec­ta­tion of a Tri­gon and in the fear of a Square.
On the oth­er hand, they can be in­ter­preted as the ar­tic­u­la­tions in the frame­work - if you al­low me the term - of the per­son­al­i­ty and of the as­tral struc­ture: the more del­i­cate mo­ments, on whose func­tion­al­i­ty de­pends the ef­fi­cien­cy of all pos­si­ble move­ments; in this view, the mi­nor an­gles act as lig­a­ments.
«Dif­fi­cult» or con­tra­ry con­di­tions. You should be very cau­tious a­bout val­i­dating de­ci­sions made un­der the in­flu­ence of these As­pects.
The ge­o­met­ric con­fig­u­ra­tion of the Square, which pri­ma­ri­ly in­vests the Signs in group of Car­di­nal, Fixed and Mu­ta­ble, of­fers a start­ing point for re­flec­tion:
  1. in Car­di­nal Signs there is an in­i­tial di­ver­gence of will, which will lead to the need for con­tin­u­ous o­ver­com­ing;
  2. in Fixed Si­gns there is a con­flict of in­ter­est, which can be ex­pressed in the most dis­pa­rate ways, in con­junc­tion with the fac­tors of the theme;
  3. In Mu­ta­ble Signs, you suf­fer the ef­fects of a pro­cedural dis­or­der.
In the pres­ence of pos­i­tive dom­i­nants, an As­pect of this type can trans­late into even just un­pleas­ant news, but it will still be warnings re­lat­ing to prob­lems that have not yet been re­solved. It is a good rule not to take foods or drinks for which you feel a la­tent re­jec­tion, in the pres­ence of neg­a­tive Tran­sits, or you would end up fu­el­ing their ef­fects.


The Square ex­pres­sions are re­called from the cen­tral col­umn of the scheme out­lined in the chap­ter Plan­ets, which from sen­so­riality of the lu­nar and sub­lu­nar world, to the un­dis­put­ed U­ra­ni­an mas­tery of the prop­er­ties of the ma­te­ri­al sub­stance, sub­li­mated by the ruth­less fram­ing of each side of life by Sat­urn, reach­es the vir­tu­al ful­fill­ment of eve­ry for­tune of the op­po­sites.


From the square a­rises the Cube, sym­bol of the con­sti­tut­ed (or crys­tal­lized) mat­ter and co­her­ent­ly, as Pla­to him­self main­tains, of the el­e­ment Earth.

It is in­ter­est­ing to note that the reg­u­lar tet­ra­he­dron can be in­scribed in the cube by point­ing at the four di­ag­o­nal­ly op­po­site ver­ti­ces; in­ci­den­tal­ly, as the or­thog­o­nal def­i­ni­tion of a cube out­lines a hex­a­gon, con­tain­er of two op­pos­ing e­qui­lat­e­ral tri­an­gles, the tet­ra­he­drons con­tained in it are two, in­ter­secting, de­tail of a cer­tain im­por­tance not only sym­bol­ic, as we shall see.
The re­sult­ing fig­ure con­tains an­oth­er 4 tet­ra­he­drons with an e­qui­lat­e­ral base and the oth­er faces cor­re­spond­ing to half of the squares, which en­close the cen­tral sol­id and can be com­bined like the 4 quar­ters of a pyr­a­mid as high as the cube, whose base sides will be e­quiv­a­lent to the di­ag­o­nal of the cube it­self. As if to say that the 4 seg­ments of a pyr­a­mid that re­spects those pro­por­tions con­sti­tute the stat­ic coun­ter­part of a per­fect tet­ra­he­dron.

The 6 faces of 4 sides add up to the val­ue 24, which re­calls the hours of the day.
It is the time in which the Hous­es are di­vid­ed up.

ca­dence 1­/5 of a cir­cle – Mu­tant
as the fig­ure it­self states, har­mo­ni­ous­ly ap­proaching the con­ti­nu­i­ty of cir­cu­lar mo­tion. The Quin­tile's forms seem en­trusted with the task of solv­ing the ap­par­ent fix­i­ty of mat­ter, well re­presented in the cross of the el­e­ments. In fact, the move­ment of the fig­ure solves the ri­gid­i­ty of the square by trans­forming its stat­ic ten­sion into a con­tin­u­ous flow­ing flow: there are no pauses, no con­flicts in its As­pects, pos­i­tive or neg­a­tive, nor is there, on the oth­er hand, the im­pec­ca­ble com­plete­ness and self-suf­fi­cient of the grand Tri­gon, in which each ver­tex com­mu­ni­cates with the oth­ers; un­like the pre­vi­ous ones, here each As­pect sees only the con­se­quent part of the whole, to­wards which to move or an­te­ced­ent, from which to draw move­ment, but nev­er as an op­po­nent.
Syn­on­y­mous with dis­cus­sion as di­a­lec­tic, of deal­ing and ne­go­ti­a­tions, of in­ev­i­ta­ble com­pro­mises, from the scan­ning of the Square aimed at de­fin­ing Space, is the real im­mer­sion in 'un­stop­pa­ble spi­ral of Time and in the in­trin­sic fi­nal­ism of its stra­tegies.
Lit­tle known and prac­ticed, but by no means 'mi­nor', the pri­ma­ry A.s of the Quin­tile are in­deed the most re­cur­rent, sub­di­vid­ing the cir­cle the great­est num­ber of times; they in­volve re­new­al through chang­es of state, by ac­qui­si­tion or loss, the ev­o­lu­tion­ary-in­vo­lu­tionary met­a­mor­pho­sis of sit­u­ations.
How many times does a sto­ry take shape in view of a goal that fore­sees or prom­ises a cer­tain type of de­vel­op­ment, to then con­vert a­long the way into an en­tire­ly dif­fer­ent so­lu­tion, chang­ing the mo­tive and di­rec­tion if not the pur­pose, and with­out this be­ing at­trib­ut­a­ble to a dras­tic con­flict? Bi­no­mi­al build­er-de­stroy­er, does not gen­er­ate un­ion or dis­a­gree­ment, but the al­ter­na­tive me­di­a­tion, or a sub­sti­tute stance, which fol­lows thanks to the sac­ri­fice of one par­ty for the af­fir­ma­tion of the oth­er . As the state­ment of the Py­thag­o­re­an the­o­rem leads us to think:

 32 + 42 = 52 

they some­how con­tain the qualities of Trine and Quad­ra­ture, re­minding us that eve­ry as­pect of a mat­ter con­tains the seed of its op­po­site and to build it is most­ly nec­es­sary to tear down.
Na­ture does it, like any de­sign­er, since each new cre­a­tion re­places the pre­vi­ous one and in some way de­mol­ish­es it by ap­pro­pri­at­ing the en­er­gy that gen­er­at­ed it and renewing it in cre­scen­do.
The re­la­tions be­tween the three fam­i­lies can also be re­ferred to the very el­o­quent for­mu­la­tion of:

 at­trac­tion - re­pul­sion - pro­pul­sion 

Ob­serv­ing the square-based pyr­a­mid, it can be de­duced that its ver­tex re­presents the syn­the­sis of the 4 el­e­ments ar­ranged on the base pe­rim­e­ter: the 5ª es­sence is in fact re­ferred to the etheric lev­el, the pri­ma­ry sub­stance in the for­ma­tion and main­te­nance of the body's vi­tal plan. Im­pal­pa­ble and not vis­i­ble, its func­tion is also pri­ma­ry in me­di­at­ing or­gan­ic func­tion­al­i­ty by con­nect­ing it to the as­tral body (and vice ver­sa) of each in­di­vid­u­al.
Dif­fer­ent­ly from the oth­er cat­e­gories, in which an As­pect in­volves and con­nects the two parts in an ex­change of views or cur­rents, meet­ing or clash, it should be kept in mind that each Quin­tile it moves the quan­tum of en­er­gy al­most u­ni­di­rec­tionally, like a sea wave that nev­er ceases to ad­vance, un­til it fringes. The at­ti­tude of one plan­et is poured onto the oth­er which, pre­cise­ly be­cause of its com­pet­ing po­si­tion, re­ceives it, or un­der­go­es it, o­be­di­ent to laws, ra­ther than cy­cli­cal al­ter­na­tion, of a con­tin­u­ous re­new­al and I would al­most say in­crease. In such cas­es, the Plan­et which main­tains a pre­vail­ing char­ac­ter is not al­ways the prom­is­so­ry one, but the one ac­tive in feed­ing, or in feed­ing it­self or de­mol­ishing, that is the first of the two; in prin­ci­ple, by in­form­ing us the trace of the As­pect how much of one Plan­et reach­es the oth­er, it also suggests which part of the pas­sage can br­ing a­bout the change.


Quin­tile's ex­pres­sions are eas­i­ly found in the third col­umn of the scheme out­lined in the chap­ter Pianeti, man­i­fested from the Mer­curian pre­rog­a­tives of con­nec­tion and in­ter­change, in the Giovian me­di­a­tion and sup­port skills at eve­ry lev­el of or­der, fi­nal­ly in the trans­port and in the struc­tur­al and be­hav­ior­al mod­i­fi­ca­tions, in a word ev­o­lu­tion­ary, fu­eled by Nep­tune.
I can­not fail to men­tion my most re­cent ac­qui­si­tion right now, as ex­traor­di­nary con­fir­ma­tion of the a­bove - to which I prom­ise to re­turn for the fur­ther study it de­serves - al­though it has been the re­sult of dec­ades of re­search by the great Pier Lu­i­gi Ighina, for­mer as­sis­tant of Gu­gliel­mo Mar­co­ni: it is the the mag­net­ic atom, of which I re­port some more than ex­plic­it in­for­ma­tion, from his book: «The dis­cov­ery of the mag­net­ic atom (1954)».
"Thus I had as­cer­tained that the mag­net­ic atom is the pro­mot­er of all the oth­er at­oms. In oth­er words, I had no­ticed that the mag­net­ic atom is in the midst of the oth­er at­oms to give them con­tin­u­ous move­ment.
I thought that if it were pos­si­ble to i­so­late the at­oms of mat­ter from the mag­net­ic at­oms, the for­mer would no long­er be able to move. And this I ob­tained: the at­oms of mat­ter i­so­lat­ed from the mag­net­ic ones re­mained sta­tion­ary and the mat­ter did not trans­form. It oc­curred to me then that if the mag­net­ic atom could af­fect all ex­ist­ing at­oms, it could also pro­duce all var­i­a­tions of the at­oms of mat­ter. And this too I no­ticed af­ter hav­ing suc­ceeded in reg­u­lat­ing the move­ment of the mag­net­ic atom."
This is the mag­net­ic atom that was pho­to­graphed in Pier Lu­i­gi Ighina's la­bor­a­to­ry in 1940, by means of an a­tom­ic mi­cro­scope, with mag­ni­fi­ca­tion of the atom a bil­lion times.
In the pho­to of the mag­net­ic atom you can see the five chan­nels of ab­sorb­ing at­oms (tow­els) which serve to brake the mag­net­ic atom; in the cen­ter we note the ex­pan­sion pro­duced by the pul­sa­tion of the atom it­self.
Each of these pul­sa­tions pro­duces and launch­es an en­er­gy a­round the mag­net­ic atom, which in the pho­to is re­presented by the thin lu­mi­nous cir­cle a­round the cen­tral atom.
The lu­mi­nous cir­cle ex­pands in turn so as to form a larg­er cir­cle thus un­til the ex­haus­tion of its pul­sa­tion.
The suc­ces­sion of cir­cles gen­er­at­ed by the pul­sa­tions pro­duces the po­si­tion­ing of the cir­cles them­selves, one ever clos­er to the oth­er, as if to com­plete­ly cov­er and hide, like a pro­tec­tive shield, the cen­tral atom.
This atom is the smallest of all the oth­er at­oms and by a­tom­ic law the small­er the atom the fast­er its pul­sa­tion is.
It is the one that im­press­es all the oth­er at­oms their move­ment, be­com­ing so the pro­mot­er of them.

Thir­teenth and in­de­pend­ent, the as­pect of Con­junc­tion be­tween two con­tig­u­ous plan­ets, com­mon­ly clas­si­fied as zero de­grees a­part, and op­po­site to the op­po­si­tion (180°), it is ra­ther con­ceived here as an A. of 360° (in clos­ing) and con­sid­ered of a mul­ti­pur­pose na­ture &­/ndash; as de­tailed in the trea­tise al­ready men­tioned – de­pend­ing on the plan­ets in­volved and their lo­ca­tion. From this be­ing as the bar­y­cen­tre of the whole as­pec­tu­al chain de­rives its so­lar char­ac­ter, or of fu­sion; in fact any in­ter­re­la­tion­ship be­tween two re­lat­ed sub­jects (good or bad As­pect) owes its rai­son d'être to a po­ten­tial syn­the­sis in u­ni­ty.

A syn­op­tic com­par­i­son of its mean­ing leads to de­duc­tions that we could de­fine lin­e­ar:

  • Con­junc­tion means UN­ION, where
  • Op­po­si­tion means COM­PAR­I­SON.
  • What then fa­vors suc­cess in a­chiev­ing the de­ci­sive bal­ance, i.e. which guar­an­tees com­mun­ion be­tween the dif­fer­ent char­ac­ters and in­ter­ests, must be sought in the phi­los­o­phy in­her­ent in the Quin­tile, where the sac­ri­fice it­self is nev­er im­posed or suf­fered as a pre­var­i­cation or an out­rage, but is the nat­u­ral food of the trans­for­ma­tion flow.
As for the Square fam­i­ly, it is easy to ob­serve that if this cri­te­ri­on of Op­po­si­tion (180°) does not nec­es­sar­i­ly have the sound of a con­flict ra­ther than a po­ten­tial com­ple­tion, the two phas­es of Square (90°) are in­stead in­dex­es of grow­ing dis­cord­ance (the right one as ris­ing if the prom­is­so­ry Plan­et is di­rect and e­qual­ly the left one or wan­ing, when it is Ret­ro­grade, since in both cas­es there is a ten­den­cy to­wards the Op­po­si­tion) or wan­ing dis­cord­ance (the op­po­site cas­es, when the move­ment tends to the Con­junc­tion) but we still talk of dis­cord­ance, wheth­er it leads to or co­mes from the a­fore­men­tioned fi­nal con­fron­ta­tion.
In fact, it is quite dif­fi­cult to find the seeds of un­der­stand­ing in these in­ter­me­di­ate As­pects, as well as in their mid­points (45th and 135th), al­though the test passed is the one that her­alds heal­ing and vic­to­ry, while the sep­a­ra­tion is only the neg­a­tive side of it, re­sult­ing from bi­ased choices.

Fi­nal­ly, af­ter many years of checks, a pa­ram­e­ter that we de­cid­ed not to ne­glect is giv­en by the point of E­qui­dis­tance from the Sun by any Plan­et. Al­ready the re­search con­ducted by a group of Czech­o­slo­va­ki­an sci­en­tists (AS­TRA) a­round the 60s, thanks to teach­ings ob­tained from the study of an­cient E­gyp­tian in­scrip­tions from Dendera, dem­on­strat­ed that the re­pe­ti­tion of the Sun-Moon ra­dix an­gle was the key to the oc­cur­rence of fer­til­i­ty con­di­tions in wom­en, with an in­ci­dence more than dou­ble that of the par­al­lel bi­o­log­i­cal cy­cle. In short, fruit­ful days oc­cur when the Moon moves to a dis­tance from the [pre­sent] Sun i­den­ti­cal to the dis­tance of the birth sky.
This made it pos­si­ble not only to a­void un­want­ed births, but to pro­gram the birth of one or more chil­dren of the pre­ferred sex, reg­u­lat­ing their con­cep­tion with the Moon in a 'male' or 'fe­male' na­ture Sign. Be­liev­ing - and hav­ing ex­pe­ri­enced in var­i­ous cir­cum­stanc­es - that this prin­ci­ple can be ap­plied to oth­er ro­tat­ing bod­ies, in re­la­tion to their spe­cif­ic prop­er­ties, we also sub­mit this val­ue to the ver­i­fi­cation for each plan­et.

The no­ta­tion of this con­di­tion is sum­ma­rized in the fol­low­ing ex­am­ple:


whose sym­bols should be read: Nep­tune in House V is at a dis­tance from the [cur­rent] Sun e­quiv­a­lent to Sun-Ju­pi­ter ra­dix.

The id­e­o­grams, al­ready a­dopt­ed for the Per­son­al­ized As­tro­log­i­cal A­gen­da, most­ly cor­re­spond to the tra­di­tion­al graph­ic sym­bols, with the ex­cep­tion of some such as the Sex­tile and Quin­tile's A. which are not com­mon­ly used, I pre­ferred an im­age which, thanks to the soft­ware, re­port­ed clos­er to their mean­ing by em­pha­siz­ing their de­vel­op­ment in the cir­cle.

If on a two-di­men­sion­al plane the 4 gen­er­ates a quad­ri­lat­er­al, whose di­ag­o­nals form a cross, in space it gives shape to the tet­ra­he­dron, which con­tains no di­ag­o­nals or con­flicts;

the 5 con­verts the il­lu­so­ri­ness of the quad­ri­lat­er­al, which is only a flat pro­jec­tion of the op­po­si­tion, to the vi­tal re­al­i­ty of three-di­men­sion­al space, where the pres­ence of the ver­tex as­so­ci­ates the four tri­an­gu­lar faces of the tet­ra­he­dron in ro­ta­tion (the < b>3) to each side of the square, an­i­mat­ing it with a new per­fec­tion: that of the tri­plic­i­ty and quad­ru­plic­i­ty of the Zo­di­ac.

In my trea­tise «THE SE­CRET OF THE 5 TI­BET­AN RITES» (I­tal­ian text only – can be read on­line), a note on page. 40 re­fers to the 5th move­ment: the Vor­tex and states:
“The way in which the round­a­bouts that reg­u­late the cir­cu­la­tion of ve­hi­cles re­solve the flow of traf­fic at a cross­roads from the var­i­ous di­rec­tions - with an el­e­gance that makes one for­get the ex­clu­sive­ness of traf­fic lights - is an in­tro­duc­to­ry rep­re­sen­ta­tion on which it is worth dwell­ing now, al­be­it par­tial, of how the prin­ci­ple of the Vor­tex can "tune" the 4 so­lic­itations com­ing from each arm of the cross.”
The ex­pres­sion ex­clu­siv­ism of traf­fic lights ren­ders very well the im­age of the "ei­ther aut" and con­se­quent fric­tion, im­plic­it in Quad­ra­ture for­ma­tions, whose thrusts they can flow to­geth­er only through an in­duced har­mon­ic flow, which con­nects and trans­forms them, u­ni­fy­ing them.

From the pen­ta­gon co­mes the do­dec­a­he­dron which - af­ter the at­tri­bu­tion of Air to the oc­ta­he­dron and Wa­ter to the i­co­sa­he­dron (the quote de­served to be com­plet­ed), El­e­ments of e­quinoxes and there­fore in­ter­me­di­ate, re­spec­tive­ly with 8 and 20 all tri­an­gu­lar faces - is at­trib­ut­ed to the e­ther i.e. the 5º el­e­ment, also de­fined as 'quin­tes­sence'.
It is prob­a­bly due to this place­ment be­yond the qua­ter­nary that it has been so much and un­just­ly ne­glected by as­trol­o­gers. It is what co­mes clos­est to a 'ball' (to the point of in­spir­ing its man­u­fac­tur­ing meth­ods); and there­fore to the mo­bil­i­ty of the sphere and of the wheel.

In fact, the star­ry fig­ure of the pen­ta­gon con­tains the ge­o­met­ric-math­e­mat­i­cal re­la­tion­ship which de­fines the "gold­en sec­tion", the sym­bol of de­vel­op­ment of the spi­ral par ex­cel­lence; to men­tion it brief­ly, it will suf­fice to say that one side of the nat­u­ral pen­ta­gon is to the side of the con­vex, or star­ry, pen­ta­gon in the nu­mer­i­cal ra­tio of 0.618034.. to 1, or 1 to 1,618034.., the un­re­peat­a­ble val­ue re­sult­ing from the for­mu­la:

V5 ±1

ob­vi­ous­ly hinged on the num­ber 5.
For those fa­mil­i­ar with ge­om­e­try, the side AP shown on the arm AF meets it in the in­ter­sec­tion point B of the star it­self; and its meas­ure con­sti­tutes the short side AD of the un­der­ly­ing gold­en rec­tan­gle, of which the long side is pre­cise­ly one side of the star fig­ure. In the as­pec­tu­al mech­a­nism, while F feeds-gen­er­ates P (and so P feeds A), A ap­pro­pri­ates F just as F has ab­sorbed D. The pen­ta­gon (Quin­tile) is there­fore o­ri­en­ted in the or­bit­al di­rec­tion, where­as the star (Bi­quintile) is in the op­po­site di­rec­tion.
To the side, the de­vel­op­ment of the gold­en spi­ral on an e­qual rec­tan­gle.
[ well, that was the spiral at the time! :( ]
A fur­ther char­ac­ter­is­tic of the pri­ma­ry As­pects, Quin­tile and Bi­quintile is that they al­ways tend to con­nect Plan­ets placed un­der the im­print of the same Dec­ans, one or even two con­tig­u­ous, re­in­forcing the ef­fect of the re­ver­ber­a­tion of the As­pect through­out the cir­cle of the e­clip­tic, an as­sump­tion of which the case of the air at­tack on the Pen­ta­gon is his­tor­i­cal proof, un­der eve­ry­one's eyes. I re­port the ex­em­pla­ry di­a­grams for both top­ics on sep­a­rate page, since they re­quire space for an an­a­lyt­i­cal vi­sion, re­fer­ring for more de­tails to the ded­i­cat­ed web pag­es, from which I took the fig­ure as it is, as well as to the text al­ready men­tioned.
The 12 faces of 5 sides add up to the val­ue 60, which re­calls the last sub­di­vi­sion, in min­utes and se­conds. The unit of meas­ure­ment, the one that con­nects and reg­u­lates eve­ry­thing.
E­quiv­a­lent to the dif­fer­en­ti­a­tion in de­grees.

by Pier Lu­i­gi Ighina

lit­er­al­ly de­fined:


“One of the equipments built by Ighina, the magnetic atomic vibration regulator, is based right on the energy of the magnetic atom and more pre­cise­ly on the variation of the vibration frequency of matter with the transformation of itself.
With this energy is possible, according to the Author, cure any disease, to melt metals remotely, produce electricity, neutralize radiation, investigate the subsoil in search of oil fields or aquifers, increase agricultural crops and more.” (unreachable today) reported:
The var­i­ous white wa­ters dif­fer from each oth­er in re­la­tion to the band­width of the in­di­vid­u­al col­ors but have in com­mon that their per­cent­ages of spec­tral col­ors are con­structed ac­cord­ing to the nat­u­ral prin­ci­ple of the GOLD­EN SEC­TION and the re­lat­ed ge­om­e­try. So much so that the an­gle of the wa­ter mol­e­cule that forms be­tween the two hy­dro­gen at­oms of wa­ter (H2O) is nor­mal­ly 104°. In­stead, the an­gle of the wa­ters of white light and GIE wa­ter have an an­gle of 108° which would be the com­ple­men­ta­ry an­gle to 72° (180°-72°=108°) which is the an­gle of the pen­ta­gon or five-point­ed star which is based on the gold­en ra­tio.

In sum­ma­riz­ing the val­ues that dis­tin­guish the three main fam­i­lies, it is in­ter­est­ing to com­pare the fre­quen­cy rhythms be­tween each pri­ma­ry fig­ure with re­spect to the oth­er two, re­ferable to cir­cu­lar cy­clic­i­ty in the fol­low­ing terms:
  • the Trine pres­ents an al­ter­na­tion of 1­/3:
    3 points of ac­tiv­i­ty, a­gainst the 9 of Square + Quin­tile
  • the Square has an al­ter­na­tion e­qual to 1­/2:
    4 points of ac­tiv­i­ty, a­gainst the 8 of Tri­gon + Quin­tile
  • the Quin­tile has an al­ter­na­tion great­er than 2­/3:
    5 ac­tiv­i­ty points, a­gainst the 7 of Trine + Square

We could well com­pare what we ob­served on the tet­ra­he­dron to that mar­vel­ous con­struct called Flow­er of Life, which is the mul­ti­di­men­sion­al syn­the­sis of cre­a­tion, en­clos­ing in a per­fect round ta­ble 12 "Wheels" rep­re­sent­ing the same num­ber of zo­di­a­cal in­di­vid­u­alities and - due to their har­mon­ic com­bi­na­tion - all the forms that the vi­tal sub­stance is des­tined to as­sume in or­der to ful­fill the in­nu­mer­a­ble tasks.
It's not the place to delve into the mul­ti­ple mys­ter­ies that have placed this sa­cred em­blem in the heart of in­i­ti­a­tions, there­fore I lim­it my­self to high­light­ing its form, which from a sep­te­nary cen­ter (or Seed), o­rig­i­nat­ing from the split of the pri­me­val Unit, in turn o­pens onto 4 op­pos­ing tri­plicities, dif­fer­en­ti­at­ed two by two due to the dy­nam­ics of the ar­range­ment, al­be­it flanked by shar­ing cri­te­ria, which re­flects a­mong oth­er things the char­ac­ter of the sea­son­al ex­tremes of sum­mer-win­ter (a­bove and be­low in the fig­ure) and the bal­ance of spring-au­tumn on both sides; but it is said only to draw at­ten­tion: the in­ter­secting and com­bin­ing of the cir­cles in this scheme gives rise to far more com­plex for­mu­la­tions that are not only flat but prob­a­bly spa­tial, which guide re­search­ers in the maze of ge­om­e­try, bi­ol­o­gy as well as ge­net­ics and oth­er, since in cre­a­tion eve­ry­thing seems to be i­den­ti­fied in this ma­trix.
From the first im­age it can be seen how for the com­ple­tion of the fig­ure, al­though cir­cum­scribed in its en­tire­ty, the mul­ti­pli­ca­tion of cir­cles ex­pands with­out bor­ders, like a lat­tice of an om­ni­di­rec­tion­al un­du­la­to­ry pro­cess.

I tracciati di As­troTime

The As­pects be­tween the Sen­si­tive Points of a Chart (Plan­ets, ASC, MC) are not al­ways re­cip­ro­cal: the As­cend­ant, Mid­heav­en and the oth­er cusps of the Hous­es, to­geth­er with the Part of For­tune and the Lu­nar Node are not 'bod­ies' en­dowed with their own en­er­gy, but pas­sive key points of our struc­ture, sen­si­tive to ex­ter­nal in­flu­ences that they can only re­ceive with the ef­fects of the case.
Nat­u­ral­ly, in the com­par­i­son of themes be­tween two peo­ple, the As­cend­ant of one can prob­a­bly ex­ert a cer­tain in­flu­ence on the re­ceiv­ing points of the oth­er, as the key­stone of the per­son­al­i­ty; but this will hap­pen through the force ex­pressed by the plan­e­tary com­ponents re­ferred to it, such as the Sun or the Moon and the Mas­ter of the As­cend­ant or the Plan­et that dom­i­nates its Sign, or the Dec­an.
For the un­in­i­ti­at­ed, the Part of For­tune is the most prac­ticed of a large fam­i­ly of Parts very pop­u­lar in Arab as­trol­o­gy, which re­presents a dis­tance from the As­cend­ant e­qual to the dis­tance Moon-Sun ra­dix; 'Luck' how­ev­er to be un­der­stood in the Lat­in sense of fate, good or bad.
id='evid'>in­ser­tion of the in­ner sphere with the sur­round­ing ob­jec­tive re­al­i­ty; its mo­tion is al­ways ret­ro­grade.
It is the only one shown in the graphs. Its op­po­site at 180°, the North Lu­nar Node (Tail of the Drag­on) in­di­cates the ex­ist­ing ties, the pre­vi­ous ties; the ob­li­ga­tions con­tract­ed. They are the ev­o­lu­tion­ary ap­peals: ir­re­vers­i­bil­i­ty, fa­tal­i­ty. This brings to mind the fact that eve­ry point and ar­gu­ment of a chart al­ways has to deal with its op­po­nent.

Quan­ti­fication of As­pects

Its crit­i­cal de­vel­op­ment con­sti­tutes, in our o­pin­ion and know­ledge, the most ef­fi­cient and re­al­is­tic meth­od­ol­o­gy cur­rent­ly used in re­lat­ing the pow­er of the plan­ets to that of the re­cip­ro­cal an­gu­lar in­ter­fer­ences. Which is to say the spear­head of the in­ter­cep­tion and e­val­u­a­tion of plan­e­tary tran­sits, the main task of the as­tro­log­i­cal A­gen­da.
The As­pects mat­ter is per­haps the most del­i­cate com­po­nent of as­tro­log­i­cal me­chan­ics, since through it the ma­jor in­flu­ences are de­fined, but there also lurks the dif­fi­cul­ty of es­tab­lishing cor­rect pa­ram­e­ters, re­sponding to the most di­verse types of in­ves­ti­ga­tion, with­out slipping into con­tra­dic­tions, e.g. in the face of ex­treme cas­es: those who write pro­grams know what this means. To the user of As­troTime it will be e­nough to un­der­stand that they are like the gears of a clock and as such they must all get a­long per­fect­ly, with­out any com­pro­mise.
The con­se­quent ex­pla­na­tions were due, also be­cause they point out prob­lems whose tech­ni­cal so­lu­tions are part­ly un­pub­lished and as such ded­i­cat­ed to schol­ars of the dis­ci­pline; nev­er­the­less know­ing all this is no more nec­es­sary than it is nec­es­sary to puz­zle over the func­tioning of an en­gine to drive the car, also be­cause one is pass­ing to a lev­el of ac­cu­ra­cy that re­quires the use of the com­pu­ter. All you need to know to move an­y­where is the signs and.. the rules of the 'road' Code; ven­tur­ing on to­day's roads with­out re­spect­ing these prem­is­es is a bit like run­ning with your eyes closed.
Ul­ti­mate­ly it will only have to be re­membered that the con­di­tions of ac­tiv­i­ty of the Tran­sits vary from day to day and that a me­tic­u­lous re­port is giv­en with the aid of eas­i­ly leg­i­ble graphs. To ex­tend the ex­am­ple to those in a hur­ry, the read­er will have no­ticed that 2 col­ors of the As­pects re­call those of the traf­fic lights: it is no co­in­ci­dence! With green you can pass, while with red it is bet­ter to know how to stop; be­ing too light, the yel­low-or­ange is re­placed by blue, its com­ple­men­ta­ry col­or and is e­quiv­a­lent pre­cise­ly to the pas­sage from one con­di­tion [in pro­gress] to an­oth­er, or the change of state of a sit­u­a­tion.
These are clues that are not in­sig­nif­i­cant if they can be re­lat­ed to eve­ry­day life. As for the 'red', the ad­vent of road round­a­bouts - which have solved quite a few prob­lems in an in­gen­ious way - could in turn teach life, a source of in­spi­ra­tion on how to a­void fac­ing un­com­fort­a­ble sit­u­ations head-on. Where I wrote that the Quin­tiles are clos­est to the cir­cle, I also im­plied this. In a nut­shell:
A hint? start with shop­ping!
Con­sult the Tran­sits of the day at the time when you need or want to make a pur­chase. If you are un­de­cid­ed a­bout the op­por­tu­ni­ty to buy some­thing spe­cial, even more so if it is ex­pen­sive or may in­volve func­tion­al un­knowns, as­tral in­di­ca­tions will not dis­ap­point; a bad Ap­pear­ance should dis­suade with­out hes­i­ta­tion from ac­quir­ing that some­thing on that oc­ca­sion! if then you have tak­en a run and you don't know how to stop your­self, pa­tience; may­be next time you'll have a sol­id da­tum to re­fer to.
If, on the oth­er hand, an en­cour­ag­ing As­pect oc­curs - pos­si­bly be­tween plan­ets re­lat­ing to the ob­ject of de­sire and­/or its func­tion - and the o­ver­all sit­u­a­tion does not com­pro­mise it, the pur­chase will gen­er­al­ly be able to give the ex­pect­ed sat­is­fac­tion. It's a fair­ly sim­ple test (be­ware of com­pli­cat­ed set­ups!) but, be­sides sav­ing you some 'head­aches', it can teach you a lot.













Hav­ing said that, let's pro­ceed with the tech­ni­cal study.
Since the A.s are sub­ject to e­las­tic­i­ty, both in our a­nal­y­sis and in the ef­fects they pro­duce, there are two sides to the ques­tion to be de­fined:
  1. the arc of ef­fec­tive­ness, dif­fer­ent for each Plan­et ac­cord­ing to its mo­tion, out­side of which an As­pect is no long­er val­id: it is com­mon­ly called "or­bit"(*).
  2. the force that per­vades it, de­pend­ent on the du­ra­tion and there­fore, in the con­cep­tion ex­posed here, on the speed of move­ment of the bod­ies in­volved.
These top­ics have been the sub­ject of re­search and de­vel­op­ment for years, as a ba­sis for the cre­a­tion of per­son­al­ized dai­ly as­tro­log­i­cal pag­es and are am­ply mo­ti­vat­ed and de­tailed in the a­bove trea­tise. A brief re­port will be giv­en, in­tend­ed to clar­i­fy the mean­ing and there­fore make the as­pec­tu­al traces in­side the Sky-Maps ac­ces­si­ble and a­bove all the sta­tis­tics that ac­com­pa­ny the Tran­sits, thus em­pha­siz­ing es­sen­tial data.
The trace of an As­pect tends to re­pres­ent, in ad­di­tion to the arc of ex­ten­sion and the ty­pol­o­gy, its in­ten­si­ty, and this is ob­tained by var­y­ing its thick­ness. the in­ten­si­ty, which a­rises as the ter­mi­nal char­ac­ter­is­tic of the A., is there­fore the first thing to fo­cus on, var­y­ing it from case to case, in di­rect pro­por­tion to two main fac­tors:
  • l'ef­fi­cien­cy or pre­ci­sion of the A.: the clos­er the arc gets to the i­de­al or mod­u­lar val­ue.
  • the pow­er ex­pressed by each plan­et, in that type of As­pect.
Al­though the com­pre­hen­sion of e­vents is not made of num­bers
- at least in eve­ry­day sub­jec­tive thought -
nev­er­the­less num­bers are need­ed to main­tain

Pow­er of plan­ets in As­pect

This last con­cept has nev­er been the ob­ject of un­am­big­u­ous quan­ti­fication, but it is found trans­lated into pa­ram­e­ters of var­i­ous kinds by dif­fer­ent au­thors.
In­tense and con­cen­trat­ed for slow plan­ets, dis­trib­ut­ed and per­ma­nent for fast mov­ing plan­ets, the pow­er ex­pressed by a plan­et can also be re­lat­ed to cir­cum­stanc­es im­plic­it in the ge­om­e­try of the chart. Di fronte alla prob­lem­at­ica di sta­bilire val­ori quanto più pos­sibile oggettivi e funzionali all'ap­pli­cazione in­formatica (che non prevede a­dattamenti ad hoc quando i con­ti non tornano), in con­sid­erazione dei prin­ci­pi ac­cennati, è stato scelto di attribuire a ciascuna Sfera un fattore di potenza rap­portato al log­aritmo del suo pe­ri­odo di rivoluzione, vir­tu­almente intorno alla Ter­ra (per i Tran­siti i P. in­terni verranno praticamente eq­ui­parati al moto del Sole: il loro pe­ri­odo di ro­tazione intorno alla Ter­ra si discosta di pochi giorni dal ciclo So­lare medio; per quelli esterni non vi è sen­sibile dif­ferenza). Faced with the prob­lem of es­tab­lishing val­ues that are as ob­jec­tive and func­tion­al as pos­si­ble for the com­pu­ter ap­pli­ca­tion (which does not pro­vide for ad hoc ad­ap­ta­tions when the fig­ures don't add up), in con­sid­er­a­tion of the prin­ci­ples men­tioned, it was de­cid­ed to at­trib­ute a pow­er fac­tor to each Sphere re­lat­ed by the log­a­ri­thm of its pe­ri­od of rev­o­lu­tion, vir­tu­al­ly a­round the Earth (for the Tran­sits the in­ter­nal Plan­ets will be prac­ti­cal­ly e­quat­ed to the mo­tion of the Sun: their pe­ri­od of ro­ta­tion a­round to the Earth it de­vi­ates by a few days from the av­er­age so­lar cy­cle; for the ex­ter­nal ones there is no sig­nif­i­cant dif­fer­ence). This has pro­duced val­ues which, from 3.39 of the Moon to 11.4 of Plu­to cov­er (not even on pur­pose) a vir­tu­al scale from 1 to 12 (in­clud­ing a com­pen­sa­tion de­riving from the e­las­tic­i­ty of the or­bit­al speed con­se­quent to the ret­ro­grade phas­es), al­low­ing the most ac­cu­rate and flex­i­ble dis­tinc­tions be­tween one case and an­oth­er. For those cu­ri­ous, here is the ta­ble of pa­ram­e­ters (which you don't need to con­sult, since As­troTime au­to­mat­i­cal­ly takes them into ac­count ).

Sub­ject: y e a r sd a y sLog ( )
Lu­nar Node

In fact, in eve­ry As­pect the po­ten­cy is in­tense and con­cen­trat­ed on the part of the slow mov­ing Plan­ets, dis­trib­ut­ed and per­ma­nent on the fast mov­ing ones; the ef­fi­cien­cy, or per­cent­age of ap­prox­i­ma­tion, de­rives pri­ma­ri­ly from the fre­quen­cy of the As­pect and is dif­fer­ent for each plan­et.
In es­sence, the com­bi­na­tion of pow­er and ef­fi­cien­cy means that the in­flu­ence of slow plan­ets de­creases dra­mat­i­cal­ly as you move away from the i­de­al an­gle, while giv­ing great­er breadth and val­i­da­tion to the ac­tion of fast plan­ets. It is im­por­tant to note that in this way the in­flu­ence of each plan­et to­wards the oth­er is dis­tin­guished, con­cepts in my o­pin­ion of es­sen­tial func­tion­al­i­ty, but in fact un­prec­e­dent­ed, since their ap­pli­ca­tion is la­bo­ri­ous e­nough to have to re­sort to au­to­mat­ed pro­ce­dures for cor­rect and fre­quent e­val­u­a­tions. I named it:

Planetal Dy­nam­ic Pow­er As­trol­o­gy
conveying the con­cep­tion of a Dy­nam­ics of the Pow­er of the Plan­ets.
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Page af­ter page could be writ­ten on the mean­ings at­trib­ut­ed to each As­pect and to the Plan­ets that are its ac­tors, with­out ever ex­haust­ing the top­ic to a de­gree that sat­is­fi­es eve­ry­one's needs, as in­deed to the Plan­et-Sign, Plan­et-House and Plan­et -House-Sign and Plan­et-House-Sign in As­pect with...; the range of ti­tles a­lone is al­ready o­pen­ing up in ex­po­nen­tial pro­gres­sion. And even if we could do it to­day, to­mor­row it will be o­ver­taken by new con­cepts and in­ter­ac­tions with life it­self. As­trol­o­gy is not made of this and should not be crys­tal­lized in this con­cep­tion.
It may be ob­jected that the sim­ple no­ta­tion of a Tran­sit is lit­tle in­for­ma­tion to be able to use it on the ground. So let's take for ex­am­ple an even sim­pler for­mu­la: H2O. Two at­oms of hy­dro­gen bond­ed to one of ox­y­gen is wa­ter, eve­ry­one knows it; yet a trea­tise would not be e­nough to de­scribe all its prop­er­ties and ef­fects; but faced with this for­mu­la one knows what to ex­pect, wheth­er it is a sin­gle drop or a down­pour.
It is there­fore ex­pect­ed that eve­ry­one knows how to fa­mil­iar­ize them­selves with this source of in­for­ma­tion - which has no pre­ced­ent in the his­to­ry of the cur­rent civ­i­li­za­tion - with sim­plic­i­ty and nat­u­ral­ness, ready to grasp its mean­ing with all the pa­tience that re­al­i­ty re­quires. Give up spec­u­la­tive think­ing; it's not your im­age that needs to be sought, to be pleased or sor­ry in its re­flec­tions for how it's go­ing. True en­rich­ment de­rives from what guides us at eve­ry step to­wards a great­er un­der­stand­ing of Re­al­i­ty, a Black­board on which we our­selves are called to write.
As­trol­o­gy just shows it to us.
(or­bita*) prob­a­bly fol­low­ing a "free" trans­la­tion of the Eng­lish term "orb" (a note for the I­tal­ian ver­sion:) not "or­bit", which re­presents the oc­u­lar globe and as a verb with the mean­ing of sur­round, en­close; the or­bit as a cav­i­ty con­tain­ing the eye­ball, which is there­fore en­a­bled to move [only] in­side it, would in­di­cate the am­bit in which a cer­tain con­di­tion is ac­tive.