Jones Patterns

The Jones patterns are the planetary arrangements first described by the astrologer Marc Edmund Jones, such as the locomotive pattern and the bucket pattern.


Jubilatrix, asteroid 652 (the 652nd asteroid to be discovered, on November 4, 1907), is approximately 15 kilometers in diameter and has an orbital period of 4.1 years. Its Latin name means "woman who rejoices." It was named for the 60th Jubilee Year reign of Austrian emperor Franz Joseph. In a natal chart, Jubilatrix's location by sign and house indicates where and how one is most likely to "rejoice." When afflicted by inharmonious aspects, Jubilatrix may indicate either the opposite of rejoicing or rejoicing for the wrong reasons. If prominent in a natal chart (e.g., conjunct the Sun or the ascendant), it may show an exceptionally joyful person.


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