Planets & Asteroids
— Relationships in Conjunction

by Esther V. Leinbach
Revised & Edited by Kevin Leinbach
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Degrees Of The Zodiac

by Esther V. Leinbach
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Numerology: Multiple Digits & Decanates

Numerology: Multiple Digits & Decanates

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Sun Ascendant Rulerships

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Astrology

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  • This Astrological Forecast is a bit different than most daily forecasts since it isn’t written for each individual Sun Sign. Rather, it is intended to be a bit like an Astrological Weather Report.

Read an informative description of the degrees and planetary positions in your birth chart, excerpted from Degrees Of The Zodiac, and TRANSITS, by Esther V. Leinbach. Try it!


Or read these articles about Astrology:

Read a complete and informative description of each of the 12 Signs of the Zodiac, excerpted from Degrees Of The Zodiac, by Esther V. Leinbach.


Descriptions of the influences of each of the Planets, excerpts from Planets and Asteroids: Relationships in Conjunction.


Chiron was discovered in 1977 and is classified as a minor planet. In Astrology, it is generally known as the Maverick and/or the Wounded Healer.


The Cusps are the bridges between signs. When a planet is located at 29°, 0°, or 1° of a sign, it is generally considered to be on the cusp.


A Quincunx is very interesting minor aspect of 150°. A balanced Quincunx, sometimes called "The Finger of God," involves 3 or more planets in a configuration with one planet at the focal point and two others in a sextile (60°) - each 150° from the planet at the focal point.

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