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Sun

Moon

Saturn

Jupiter

Mars

Venus

Mercury

372.0° 11.64

151.7° 4.26

178.4° 5.09

142.3° 3.95

314.7° 9.47

383.1° 11.91

345.9° 10.96

Table 7.9: Planetary Positions on March Ï4, ÏÏS4

Table 7.9: Planetary Positions on March Ï4, ÏÏS4

Since the spring equinox occurred just a few days before the main date, all the planets (except Moon) were almost at the same positions as in the main horoscope. On the Round zodiac, as it is on the Long zodiac, the partial horoscope of the spring equinox consists only of the disc representing the Sun and the figure inside it — a planet that was in its proximity on the equinox day. In the above table, we can easily recognize that the closest planet to the Sun on the equinox day was Venus. The computations, which were made using the program Turbo-Sky confirm that Venus was clearly visible on March 14, 1168. The submersion of the Sun at the moment Venus was crossing the horizon in Cairo was SUH=10o, while brightness of Venus was M = -3.4. There were no other planets near Venus, so the figure making an "offering to the Sun" inside the disc must be Venus, which matches

Figure 7.28: Planets in the proximity of the Sun on December 4, 1184■ The area under the horizon is shaded.

well the female figure inside the disc. Consequently, we obtained the confirmation for all the data, and we can annotate this column with the plus sign.

Column 6: PARTIAL HOROSCOPE OF THE SUMMER SOLSTICE. In the year 1185, the summer solstice occurred on June 12-13. Let us list the positions of the planets on the ecliptic on one of the summer solstice days, i.e. June 12, 1185 (see Table 7.10).

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