Astrological Research : Cancer Diseases

 

https://archive.org/details/AstrologicalResearchCancerDiseases

 

The cause of death is cancer when there is relationship between progressions (or Lunar,Solar etc.) and natal shown below.

 

 

 

Used :


1-Sidereal zodiac (Krishnamurti Ayanamsa), Mean Node. 23°45'56" for Year 2000. Speed of precession is 50.2388475.

2-Progressions Keys :
Tertiary I: 1 sidereal day = sidereal month (27.321661 days)
Rate : 0.99726966 / 27.321661= .036501062655012

Tertiary II (Minor) : 1 sidereal month = 1 sidereal year
Rate : 27.321661/ 365.25636042 = .074801328493181

Secondary Progression : 1 sidereal day = 1 sidereal year
Rate : 0.99726966 / 365.25636042 = .002730327978008

3-Transit, Solar, Lunar, Progressed Lunar are used.

4-Last New Moon before the event.
One can take last moon phase before the event too.

5- Harmonics : All 2n Harmonics

If the birth time is accurate to the second : Harmonic 4096 and higher harmonics,
If the birth time is accurate to the minute : Harmonic 4096,
If the birth time is accurate to within 5 minutes : Harmonic 1024,
If the birth times are rounded to quarter of an hour and if the birth times are from France or Italy, or when the birth time is corrected by an astrologer : up to Harmonic 256.

Zet Settings :
a sidereal day (23h 56m 4.091s)
a sidereal month (27d 7h 43m 11.47s)
a sidereal year (365d 6h 9m 9.5s)

 

Publication of the research : 13 June 2018 at 12:07 Stuttgart, Germany

 

Als ich meine letzte Forschung veröffentlichte war es 12:07 Uhr.

Interessant ist es, dass die Astrologie-Achse (nach Hamburger Schule) Uranus-Apollon mit Neptun-Pluto (Krebs-Achse) zusammen war.

Es kann natürlich alles Zufall sein.

 

Transit 13 June 2018 at 12:07 Stuttgart, Germany

 

 

tUR = tAP = nNE/nPL = nSU

 

 

Secondary for 13 June 12:07 Stuttgart (harmonic 4096)

 

Wenn man Secondary von der ersten Veröffentlichung nach 13 June 2018 berechnet :

pSU (0° 2' 30'')= nNE/nPL (0° 2' 30'') = pNE/nPL

Es geht um diese Veröffentlichung um NE/PL

pAP (0° 4' 00'') = nSU (0° 3' 59'')

 

Es kann natürlich alles Zufall sein.


13.06.2018

Cemal Cicek