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In the Ephemeris we find:

September 7th, tj at 9* 1*5 September 8th, ^ at 22*32'S

Motion per day was 13*31'.

13"31'=Sli'; 811 '-^365—2.22' per calendar day as motion of 3 between Sept. 7th and Sept. 8th, 1901, which, as we know, equals the period of August 3rd, 1936 to August 2nd, 1937.

When we multiply these 2.2 2' with 295 days after Augusc 3rd, 1936, we obtain the additional motion of T) since the birth day. Thus: 2.22X295=-<554.9' or 10*55'. This value wc add to the Noon position at London of Sept. 7th, 1901. There/ore, 9*1'S plus 10*55' equals 19'56'S as S> position at Noon, progressed 5 for May 25th, 1937, the day of the accidenc.

Step No. 3: The next step for us to tike is to locate the Moon's position for the exact Noon at the birth's place. This we do -with logarithms.

Quescion: If the moon at 12h56m P.M. is at 19*56'and its motion during the day is 13"31', how much does it move in 56'? And where is this Moon. 56' prior?

The Moon traveled in the 56' j'usc 32". Therefore at Noon of that day it was at 19"5<5'£S less 32' or at 19*24'^.

Step No. 4: After knowing the Noon position of 3 at the place 0/ birth, we also know the midnight position 0/ both sides, i.e. for midnight Sept. 7th and fox midnight Sept. 8th, 1901. The day's motion we know from the Ephemeris is 13*31', ¥1 day motion is 6*45' or ¿■'46'. This value we add and deduct from the Noon position 19*24'£5. We get as Midnight position on one side; 12*39" £5 and as midnight position on the other side: 26'10'S.

Step No. 5: The limit wherein the Moon has to be at the time of tho accident is therefore: 12*39'££ to 76'10'Zd ■ It all depends when the native was born.

In order to find out when he was born we now look in the horoscopes and see whether or not we find that during the movement from 12*39'f2 to 26'W'Eo we meet with an aspect to an Important planet that could have caused that event. Being an accident, it either was J m l, possibly also the Ascendant (the one we look for). It could not have been a favorable aspect of any sort: thus, we do not look for trincs or sextiles. We look for squares, oppositions, conjunctions or aspects of similar nature that bring about sudden changes for the worse.

Step No. 6: Supposing we cannot find any aspect of that nature, we must not think chat the native may have been born on some other day or that something is wrong. It may happen that wc just struck a case where a Mundane Aspect or Mundane Mirrored Aspect caused the event, of which we hive no positions; else it might have been an Ascendant Aspect. We simply begin all over again and cake another event of importance. You will find that usually rhe first, second or at the most the third test will give you the result, especially with accidents.

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