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The Ascendant The Ascendant indicates the physical body, complexion, appearance, head, intelligence, strength and energy and represents the native in all the divisions, especially the Navamsa (D-9 …

The Ascendant The Ascendant indicates the physical body, complexion, appearance, head, intelligence, strength and energy and represents the native in all the divisions, especially the Navamsa (D-9 …

The diagram illustrates a number of the divisions applied to the Zodiac in astrology

The diagram illustrates a number of the divisions applied to the Zodiac in astrology

I don't like the astrology at all, but I really like the concept of having a tapestry hide the division between the ceiling and the wall, so that it feels more cozy even just with one tapestry.

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Giovanni Domenico Cassini (1625 – 1712) was an Italian mathematician, astronomer, astrologer and engineer. He is known for his work in the fields of astronomy and engineering. Cassini most notably discovered four satellites of the planet Saturn and noted the division of the rings of Saturn (with the Cassini Division becoming named after him).

June 1625 - Giovanni Domenico Cassini who discovered the four satellites of the planet Saturn is born in Perinaldo

A podcast on the issue of house division in western astrology, and the division between whole sign and quadrant houses in the Hellenistic tradition.

The Houses in Hellenistic Astrology

The diagram illustrates a number of the divisions applied to the Zodiac in astrology

The diagram illustrates a number of the divisions applied to the Zodiac in astrology

Tenmon Bun’ya no zu (map showing divisions of the heavens and regions they govern) star map with wooden case by Shibukawa Harumi (1639-1715), Japan, 1677. Combines Shibukawa’s systematic astronomical observations with concepts from Chinese field-allocation astrology.

Tenmon Bun’ya no zu (map showing divisions of the heavens and regions they govern) star map with wooden case by Shibukawa Harumi (1639-1715), Japan, 1677. Combines Shibukawa’s systematic astronomical observations with concepts from Chinese field-allocation astrology.

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