Antonio Gramsci by Diego Fusaro

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Figure 7 shows allowance for orbs according to the different planets. us, while ideally two planets needed to be in the same degree to be in conjunction, the Sun and Saturn could, though here almost twenty-four degrees apart, be considered conjoined as the figure indicates. Two additional numerical issues may serve to round out an understanding of the more important mathematical conventions involved in the chart’s interpretation. ese were the time of commencement—never an easy thing to de- termine in a world of imprecise clocks and cloudy skies—and the choice of the house system.

E heat of the Sun at noon shining directly over a point on the Earth is an example of the power of the centric ray. m. 36 How the rays worked with each other depended on the angular “aspects” of the rays. Aspects were an astrological convention with a minimal mathematical substrate. ey were defined by the distance in degrees separating two celestial bodies along the ecliptic. Over the centuries, a Let 39 ere Be Light handful of relations became, by convention (apparently influenced by Pythagorean and Platonic theory), more important than others.

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