Who can explain Solar Arcs in the field of Astrology?

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    Sep 21, 2016 5:03 AM GMT
    http://hniizato.com/solar-arc-interpretation/
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    Sep 21, 2016 3:36 PM GMT
    A Response:

    The Solar Arc of one of your natal aspects has now moved to a point where it is activating a natal planet.
    So, to flesh-out the details of what that is highlighting, look now at the current progressions and transits to (and from) that natal planet.

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    Sep 21, 2016 5:35 PM GMT
    For those born between May and August or between December and February, as we get older and move through the decades, there may be some discrepancy between the age and the degrees reached by Solar Arc. (Astrology software makes adjustments.)
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    Sep 21, 2016 5:49 PM GMT
    "Let the Sun Be Your Guide: Using Solar Arc Directions in Your Practice" by Frank C. Clifford.

    I just finished reading his first example.

    Natal Chart inner wheel
    Outer Wheel: Solar Arc directed to age 10

    (Interesting: he says AC relates to surroundings.)

    Anyway, the person in the example had her AC move to conjunct Neptune in H1. This daughter lost her mother at 10 and was forced to live with a remote father.

    Elsewhere in the chart, the MC/IC axis moved into mutable signs.

    Well, that's a little more about this particular article.

    So, in a sense, I read a solar arc bi wheel the way I would read a Synastry Chart?
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    Sep 21, 2016 9:13 PM GMT
    One of the key differences between the two methods is that in Solar Arc you get to advance the slower moving planets (Saturn through Pluto) that hardly move in the Secondary Progression method, so this tends to add more interpretive possibilities when forecasting.

    Testing Solar Arc in Your Own Horoscope

    Solar Arc is relatively easy to test in your own horoscope: add 1 degree per year to the natal planets to see how they move and form an aspect with the natal planet. The orb needs to be exact (less than one degree) in order for the Arc to be in effect, and we count hard aspects (conjunction, square and opposition) only.

    If natal ASC (Ascendant) is at 12 Leo, and natal Saturn is at 22 Leo, this means Solar Arc ASC will conjoin natal Saturn at age 10 (we write ASC=Sat to denote this period), then we ask if there had been a status change within the family around that age: some Saturnian event such as death in the family, sickness, move, or change in father’s position, etc.


    Conclusion: Secondary Progression vs Solar Arc?

    Solar Arc is a modern derivative of Secondary Progression that allows the astrologers to utilize Saturn and outer planets more fully in their predictive work. Many modern astrologers including myself use Solar Arc (which gives central importance to the Secondary Progressed Sun’s movement) in combination with Secondary Progressed Moon (which is a very important timer of life progress.)

    A Must Read Reference: Solar Arcs by Noel Tyl

    Noel Tyl has written extensively about his method of prediction in Solar Arcs: Astrology’s most successful predictive system. The book is actually a summary of his predictive method incorporating transits, Solar Arcs, Secondary Progressed Moon, as well as Tertiary Progressed Moon.


    Hiroki Niizato
    http://hniizato.com/solar-arc-vs-secondary-progression/

    I like Hiroki's blog.

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    Sep 22, 2016 1:21 AM GMT
    Yur topikz leave me baffled:-) Yur so blessed 2 speak so well & B well endowed in D field of science...lol. I would have guessed it waz due 2 D ice crystals defracting light in D atmosphere similar 2 the rings or halos around D moon in an eclipse.
    INTELLIGENCE IZ SMOLDERING HOT!!!
    D PAIN IZ WORTH D BURN:-)
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    Sep 22, 2016 6:23 PM GMT

    What I finally "got" yesterday was that when two planets are outside the conjunction orb and their placements in separate signs are the same or almost the same, that's geometric shorthand in astrology to visually look for the multiple of 30 distance between the two solar system objects--actual (planet/moon/sun) or derived (nodes, angles). for example a trine is a multiple of four 30s. (Yes, this is the way I think. It's long-winded, but there are 12 types of Mercury's and until I put it in my own words, I didn't get this for years.)

    P.S.: If there's more to this I need to "get", let me know.
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    Sep 22, 2016 10:49 PM GMT
    DannyLugo
    Yur topikz leave me baffled:-)
    Yur so blessed 2 speak so well & B well endowed in D field of science...lol.
    I would have guessed it waz due 2
    D ice crystals defracting light in D atmosphere similar 2 the rings or halos around D moon in an eclipse.

    INTELLIGENCE IZ SMOLDERING HOT!!!
    D PAIN IZ WORTH D BURN:-)

    Stephenoabc
    Thank you, Danny Lugo.
    Stephenoabc/Steefen
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    Sep 30, 2016 3:19 PM GMT
    Something I wish to watch by Sunday.