A Traditional aspectarian page with sub-pages providing easy access to monthly tables has been added to this web log. The aspectarian may be accessed through the page link on the side-bar or through the links here:
General information about the contents of the Traditional aspectarian:
The chart is set for the approximate time Mrs. Burkitt got lost in the woods in Snowdonia. Cornell tells us that a typical indication of dwarfism can be: “… if the Lord of the Ascendant and the Moon in the last degree of a sign”. If we consider that the Moon is just on the cusp, the chart, describing Mrs. Burkitt, seems to be radical. If we turn our interest to the little Chihuahua, we look at the Lord of the 6th house, Jupiter. He is in very good shape, being direct, fast moving and oriental. Interestingly both Jupiter and the Moon are peregrine, lost wanderers in the woods. Looking at the aspects, we find that Moon and Jupiter will perfect their conjunction in one unit of time – after about 24 hours, the ordeal will have come to an end and the little dog will have succeeded in its live saving efforts. The Part of Fortune in the 11th house, the house of friends, indicates the relationship between human and animal. If we have a look at the fixed stars, we find Moon’s South Node conjunct Asellus Borealis and Asellus Australis. This indicates a fearless nature with a tendency to take risks. Furthermore we find Mars conjunct Fomalhault which is traditionally associated with fame and is said to stimulate mental capabilities. Mrs. Burkitt, according to the papers, remembered how to survive in the wilderness and kept on singing and dancing!