The lastlname quoted,) i.e. the Node, is not a planet but the point at which the Moon cuts the Ecliptic, which is an important place, as important as if a planet was standing there. It is sometimes called the Dragon's Head, or the Rising Moon's Node. ' We don't* use the Dragon's tail or the place opposite this head (ISO" away) because we measure our "gj aspects to the Q position.
These planets ate' all of- one and the same importance and not as text books say: some are more important chan others. Each planet must be considered as being of equal importance with the exception of the new planet Pluto ^ - which I have nor founci. very important, but which we shall use anyhow,
After we have learned about the signs and their rotation, the planers and their importance, we now come to the aspects proper.
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