Planetary Aspects all aspects

All planets aspect the seventh sign with a full sight or influence. They aspect the fourth and eighth signs with a three-quarters sight or influence. They have one-half aspect on the fifth and ninth signs. They have one-quarter aspect on the third and tenth.

For Mars, to repeat, its special aspects, which are generally given three-quarters influence, are regarded as full. For Jupiter, Rahu and Ketu, the usual one-half influence aspects, their special aspects, are regarded as full. For Saturn, the one-quarter influence aspects, its special aspects, are counted as full. The rest of the additional aspects for these planets is like that of the other planets. Minor aspects, including those of three-quarter influence, are usually not used in reading charts. Their main place is as added into other factors for determining planetary strengths, as part of the system of Shadbala. Moreover, these aspects increase proportionally to distance. They do not have orbs. For example, a planet in exact opposition would have a full 100% aspect. Located exactly in the eighth sign away, 210 degrees, it would have three quarters or 75% aspect. However, located in between, 195 degrees away, it would have 87.5% aspectual strength.

{Robben, note, here I would like to include the graph of Planets Aspects from pg. 41 of De Luce's Constellational Astrology if possible}

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