## Maxs for 1934

log. 43' .1,5249 motion pet day (Oct. 6th, 1792) -Hog. 3h26m 0,8445 (3h26m P.M., London)

2,3694 =• 6'. 6" 15'jf + 6' — 6*21' y for May 17th, 1934.

For January lsc, 1934, the figuring is as follows: 43' X 60 2580" -*-. 365 = 7.1" as motion per day of S progressed; multiply this by 137. 7.1 X 137 *= 972.7" — 16'.

January 1st position is therefore 6*21'^' — 16* ~ 6*5' j?1.

Jupn-ER for 1934:

log. 13' 2.0444 (motion on October 6th, 1792) -Hog. 4h48m 0.6990 (4h4Sm P.M.)

2,7434 not quite 3 minutes; 5'54'rn. + 3' 0 5'57'JT1_. For January 1st: 13' X 60 — 780". 780" -f- 365 ™ 2.1" per day as motion.

5'57'ttl — 4Vi' «= 5"52^'tt\ on January 1st, 1934.

Saturn for 1934;

log. 4' 2,3563 (motion on Oct. 8th, retrograde)

+ log. 10hl7m0.3681 (at lh43m A.M. on 5/19 — 10/8)

2.9244 is equaL to not quite 2 minutes. Here we have to ADD because the planet is retrograde: Saturn noon October 8th at 29'44't + 2' is 29*46'T for May 17th, 1934. For Jan. 1st ADD about 40" which brings fc> to 29-,47't-We have therefore the following positions of the planets for 1934 on

January 1st:

Planets Jan. lsr, 1964 Daily Motion Yearly Motion

Mercury 26-25I/z'TlE 13-B" 1*25'

This motion is good only until May, 1934. Moon calculations for 1934: log. 11*58' 0.3022 (Noon Oct. 6th to Noon, Oct. 7th) log. 4h53m 0.6883

BUT to bring this back to January 1st, 1954, we must use the motion of Moon of the PREVIOUS day, because there is quire some discrepancy: motion from Oct. 5th to Oct. <&h, 1792, is 12*9'- I suggest bringing it back nearly 5 months to Interpolate aod take the mean motion of these 2 oays, viz 12*5Vi'.

- 12*5l/i' — 725-5' -+- 365 — 1.988'. 1.98S' X 137 =■ 272.356' — 4*32 1/3'.

For January 1st, 1934, we get: 28"59'H — 4*32' -= 24*27' U-

For the Ascendant and MC use the rules given to produce their correct progressions.

A suggestion that the Sun should be brought back 136 days, while Venus and Saturn should be brough back 139 days is not proper. They all have to be brought backward to January lit in equal proportion of 137 days.

To find Mutual Aspects to radix planets we proceed as follows: (Do not try for any others! Their positions are only within a minute correct!)

Time to go is 4m30s because Q is at 26*30' ¡5 and if position Jan. 1st, 1934, is at 26*25WfiJ!- 4'30" — 270".

Divide these 270" by the ¡J daily motion, which is 13.8".

270" 13.8" — 17 days as time TO GO FROM January 1st until the aspect hits =■= January ISth.

The same way all the orher aspects must be figured.

It is a wearysome job, but it pays to be exact.

In respect to Pr. S there is an adjustment necessary- with

5 , on iccount of its acceleration, as we did with g:. If this is taken into consider!-tioa, ya; would find that Mercury got into trine Sun Rad. on January 8th to 9th 1934, when the big upmove actually started. If we could obtain seconds positions of planets of 1792 we would get results much closer.