A Comprehensive Glossary of Magi Astrology Principles, Concepts and Terminology
Magi Astrology key words, terms, concepts, rules and theories that are included in the three books, "Astrology Really Works," "The Magi Ephemeris: Including Other Secrets of Magi Astrology," and "Magi Astrology:The Keys to Success in Love and Money." In addition, this glossary includes other crucial Magi Astrology principles that have been revealed on the website MagiSociety.com
77 TYPE RULES: In matters of personal relationships almost all Magi Society astrological principles (rules) work approximately 77% of the time. These are very reliable and good rules and if we know how to use them, we are much less likely to suffer heartbreak and much more likely to find happiness in love. For this reason, although such rules are not 100% (nothing about human relationships is, especially when it comes to love), we should still definitely learn the rules and utilize them in our lives.
Activation: A turbulent interaspect in a Combined Alignment Chart (CAC) that is at a clash angle (square or opposition, also quincunx and contra-parallel if Saturn is involved. Activations often initially cause attraction, yet that attraction is inevitably short lived. Activations are an indication of incompatibility.
Alignment(s): Any group of three or more planets in aspect. Also known as Planetary Synchronization or Planetary Alignment.
Apparent Planetary Motion: The way planets appear to moving to the naked eye from the perspective of the Earth, rather than the actual astronomical motion. A good example of this is the retrograde phenomenon. Planets actually do not come to a stand still (Stationary) and then reverse direction, yet from the perspective of the Earth and its own orbit, it appears that planets to indeed reverse direction. Almost all of geocentric astrology is viewed through the lens of Apparent Planetary Motion.
Applying: When a planet is moved towards an exact aspect with another planets. Aspects are always more potent when they are applying. Aspect rise to their highest potency the closer the get to exact. Once they have reached exactness and begin to separate their power is reduced significantly and very quickly the energy dissipates completely.
Ascendant: A calculated point that refers to the point in the zodiac that is just raising on the far eastern horizon at the exact time cast in the astrological chart.
Aspect(s): Any two planet alignment at a meaningful angle. The primary aspects in Magi Astrology are Equal Degree Aspects which include; conjunction, semi-sextile, sextile, square, trine, quincunx, opposition, parallel and contra-parallel. Synonymous with the term Planetary Aspect(s).
Aspect Confirmation: Planetary alignments that reflect the talents, skills and abilities necessary for whatever you are trying to accomplish. For example, if you are starting a new business you want to incorporate on a day that contains helpful planetary symbolism for the specific type of business you are operating. Aspect Confirmation is a key Magi Astrology principle used most often in electional astrology.
Aspect Integration: The practice of integrating and combining all chart aspects to formulate a comprehensive analysis that incorporates all of the alignments contained within a chart. A fundamental Magi Astrology principle is that no single aspect dominates and controls any chart, therefore it is necessary through the process of Aspect Integration to blend and balance the aspect symbolism for in the entire chart before an accurate interpretation can formed.
Aspect Transformation: The Magi Astrology principle that the symbolism and influence of all equal degree aspects are transformed, altered, and modified if the planets that form the aspect are in turn aspected by other planets or midpoints.
Aspected Magi Quad: A Magi Quad alignment with a conjunction/parallel at one of the four corners.
Aspected Midpoint Crossing: A midpoint that is in equal degree aspect with two planets that are also forming and equal degree aspect.
Benefic: A planet that’s influence is consistently helpful. The influence can be either as a planet in aspect to another planet or as a planet in transit to a natal planet. In Magi Astrology, Jupiter is the major benefic and Venus is the lesser benefic.
Bi-directional Aspect: A Magi Astrology term referring to any longitudinal aspect that is comprised of one planet in retrograde, while the other planet is in direct motion. Bi-directional enhancement aspects are more helpful than double direct enhancement aspects and bi-directional clash aspects are less severe than double direct aspects.
Bi-Level: Refers to any alignment between the same planets that exists in both the longitudes and the declinations in Geocentric or both the longitudes and latitudes in Heliocentric.
Bi-Level Aspect: The same planets in aspect in both the declinations and the longitudes. While the planets must be the same, the aspect angle can very.
Bi-level Clash: A very detrimental combination where the same planets are in clash aspects in both the declinations and the longitudes.
Bi-Level Enhancement: A very beneficial combination where the same planets are in enhancement aspects in both the declinations and the longitudes.
Birth Chart: Also know as a Natal Chart. The astrological chart of a living thing set for the day (as well as time and location if available) the subject was born.
CAC: Combined Alignment Chart. Any two charts in comparison. Also know as a synastry chart.
Certification Program: (see Magi Astrologer, Certification Program)
Chaotic Triangles: A type of Turbulent Geometry explained and expanded upon in the Magi Society’s MagiOracle financial software program manual.
Calculated Points: These are points in space that contain no physical body. Some examples would be the Ascendant, the Midheaven, and the True Nodes of the Moon.
Captive:The non-Saturn person in a Sexual Captivation. They are beholden to the trapper (the Saturn Person) and find it difficult to extricate themselves from the relationship.
Casting a Chart: The process of creating an astrological chart to reflect a specific day and/or time.
Certification: The educational process by which a member of the Magi Society earns the designation of Assistant Magi, Associate Magi or fully Certified Magi. (Also see Magi Astrologer, Certified Associate; Magi Astrologer, Certified Assistant; & Magi Astrologer, Certified).
Chaotic Planetary Geometry: Occurs when one transiting planet is making looped transits at a clash angle to two or more natal planets. These transits are extremely stressful.
Chiron: A comet-like planetoid that orbits the Sun between Saturn and Uranus. For the purposes of Magi Astrology it is referred to as a planet. Magi Society research has revealed it possess remarkable astrological significance.
Chiron Clashes, Rule of Excessive: When a couple form too many Chiron Clashes, their relationship will be turbulent and will most likely end in Heartbreak.
Chiron Linkages: A Chiron enhancement with any other planet in a CAC. The one exception is Saturn. Saturn to Chiron enhancements in a CAC are considered to be Saturn Linkage.
Cinderella Aspect: A Chiron enhancement to the Sun, Venus, Jupiter, Neptune or Pluto. They symbolize the opportunity to go from rags to riches. Among the most favorable enhancement aspects you can have in any chart.
Cinderella Linkage: A Chiron enhancement to the Sun, Moon, Venus, Juno, Mars, Jupiter, Neptune, or Pluto in a CAC. A Cinderella Linkage is one of the keys to success in love and money.
Cinderella Time: Any period of time when you are receiving a transit from Chiron that forms a linkage to your natal chart Sun, Venus, Jupiter, Neptune or Pluto. Or the reverse, when any of those planets form a linkage to your natal Chiron.
Cinderella Transit: An enhancement transit to or from Chiron to or from the Sun, Venus, Jupiter, Neptune or Pluto.
Clash: Any two planets in square or opposition as well as any quincunx or contra-parallel that includes Saturn. The term Clash is used for turbulent interaspects in a CAC or turbulent aspects in an event or historical chart.
Clash Aspect(s): Any two planets in square or opposition as well as any quincunx or contra-parallel that includes Saturn.
Clash Angle: (see Clash Aspect)
Classic Schism: Clash interaspects that generate mutual intolerance and lack of compatibility. Mars-Saturn, Sun-Chiron, and Moon-Chiron in a clash interaspects are an example of a Classic Schism.
Cluster: Three or more of the same category of planets that form enhancement interaspects in a CAC. Every planet must be in a linkage with the other. For example you can have Sexual Clusters with the Sexual Planets and Romantic Clusters with the Romance Planets and Financial Clusters with the Financial Planets.
Combined: (See Combined Alignment)
Combined Alignment: Planetary Alignments and Planetary Geometry that are created with interaspects from two charts.
Combined Alignment Chart or CAC: Any two charts in comparison. Also know as a synastry chart.
Combined Planetary Geometry: (Also called Combined Geometry). The Planetary Geometry that is formed in a CAC using some or all of the natal planets from one chart in combination with some or all of the planets in the other chart.
Combined Planetary Symbolism: The integration of the symbolism of two or more planets creating a cohesive interpretation reflecting both the symbolisms of each planet merged with the symbolism represented by aspect and/or alignment that planets are a part of.
Combined Super Aspect: (See Super Aspect, Combined)
Companionship Chart: The astrological chart of the day any two people first meet in person.
Complex Planetary Geometry: Occurs when a number of planets are involved one geometric shape. For example if you have a Grand Trine, which is usually just a three planet alignment, and yet there are conjunctions at two of the points on the triangle, creating five planets within orb of the Grand Trine, you then have Complex Planetary Geometry.
Conjunction: A zero degree aspect where two planets are paired right next to each other in longitudes. A conjunction is a pure enhancement aspect and is very beneficial.
Conjuncted Trine: The second most powerful longitudinal shape of three planet geometry. It is composed of a conjunction of two planets where both planets are in trine to a third planet. Also known as a Double Trine.
Contra-Fraternal Symbolism: Planetary symbolisms that fundamentally contradict each other. Jupiter and Saturn as well as Juno and Vesta are examples of planets whose symbolisms are fundamentally opposed to one and other.
Contra-Latitudes: A contra-parallel aspect in the heliocentric latitude realm. However, the orb in latitudes is very small and does not exceed 0.30 degrees for a two planet aspect. This particular enhancement has an extra benefit of having its midpoint parallel the Earth, thereby giving the planetary symbolism of the Contra-Latitude aspect more influence in the chart.
Contra-Parallel: An aspect in the declinations in which a planet in northern declinations is in approximately the same degree (within a 1.2 degree orb) as a planet in southern declinations; in essence one planets is roughly the same distance North as the other planet is South from the celestial equator. This is an enhancement aspect unless Saturn is involved.
Culmination Transits: Transits that solidify helpful relationships and situations and help elevate them to the next level. They also provide a benefit by facilitating an ending to stressful and not-helpful relationships or situations. They include Uranus enhancements of Chiron, Pluto, Sun and Earth; Chiron enhancements of Uranus; and Pluto enhancements of Uranus and Venus. While not technically designated as culmination transits by the Magi Society, Jupiter applying in enhancement to Saturn as well as Jupiter enhancements to Neptune and Neptune enhancements to Jupiter often function in similar ways to culmination transits. A transiting Chiron clash with natal Saturn is also a culmination transit in that it reflects relationships or situations moving to a different level, however the overall influence of this clash is usually not beneficial.
Cumulative Effect: A Magi Astrology principle in which two separate aspects, each in a different realm (geocentric longitudes, geocentric declinations, heliocentric longitudes, or heliocentric latitudes) are comprised of the same two planets, (i.e. Mars parallel Pluto in geocentric declinations, and Mars quincunx Pluto in geocentric longitudes) and either or both of the aspects are slightly wide of the normal orb, then the two aspects are said to add to each other’s level of power, and accumulate, with the result that the two aspects together have more power than just either one. While the effect is not nearly as powerful as true bi-level or trans-level aspects, the principle is very similar.
Cupid Linkage: The linkage formed by one person’s Venus and the other person’s Sun. Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky had two of these, back and forth in their CAC. It creates a strong initial spark, but by itself it can not sustain a connection.
Deceiving Linkage: A wide linkage in a CAC that exceeds the standard Magi Astrology orb. There is just enough influence to make one think that the symbolism represented by the linkage will manifest, however hopes are almost always dashed with this alignment, as the orb is just not close enough and the aspect can not deliver any of its promise.
Decimal Format: Magi Astrology uses degrees and decimals rather than degrees and minutes. For example 10 degrees 45 minutes of Aries equates to 10.75 degrees Aries when using decimals.
Declination: The vertical coordinate (or location) of the planets in Geocentric Astrology. The declination of a planet is the distance, in degrees, north or south of the Celestial Equator. Declination differs from latitude as it takes into account the axis tilt of the earth as it orbits the Sun.
Declinational Bias: A Magi Astrology term referring to the astrological phenomenon of planets moving more slowly through the extreme North and South degrees of declination. The decrease in speed creates more opportunities for making aspects.
Degraded Aspect: Any aspect in which an important Saturn midpoint is in very close aspect with both planets involved in the aspect. In this circumstance, the Saturn Midpoint influence has the ability to poison the symbolism of the aspect and cause it to be a destabilizing force in the life of the native.
Distance Orb: The standard orb in degrees, as opposed to a time orb. If you just use the term “orb,” then it is assumed you are referring to a distance orb.
Double Direct Aspect: An aspect of two planets, both of which are in direct motion. Hence, neither of the planets is in retrograde motion.
Double Linkage: This occurs in a CAC when two separate linkages are made up of the exact same combination of planets. The linkages can be in any realm (geocentric longitudes, geocentric declinations, heliocentric longitudes, or heliocentric latitudes).
Double Retrograde Aspect: An aspect where both planets are in retrograde motion. Enhancement Double Retrograde Aspects are the most beneficial type of enhancements. Turbulent Double Retrograde Aspects are the worst type of turbulent aspects.
Double Retrograde Enhancements: The most powerful and beneficial enhancement aspect in which both planets are in retrograde motion.
Double Trine: (See Conjuncted Trine)
Dragon Point: Zodiac locations in a CAC that can create a Dragonized Mystic Triangle or Dragonized Yod. There are two types of Dragons. One is sexual and the other is romantic. Both types of Dragons start with a natal trine or quincunx aspect that is either made up entirely of romance planets or entirely of sexual planets. The dragon points are located in the specific signs and degrees that will transform the natal trine into a combined Mystic Triangle and the natal quincunx into a Mystic Triangle or a Yod. However, the planet that completes the new Combined Mystic Triangle or Combined Yod must be within a 0.50 degree orb greater or lesser than the degree positions of the original natal aspect. A romance aspect can only be Dragonized by romance planet from and other person, and the same rule applies to a sexual aspect. (Also see Dragonize, Sexual Dragon and Romantic Dragon.)
Dragonize: When a natal trine or quincunx consisting or all sexual planets or all romance planets is transformed by an interaspect from another chart into a Combined Mystical Triangle or a Combined Yod. However, the planet that completes the new Combined Mystic Triangle or Combined Yod must not be more than 0.50 degree orb greater or lesser than the degree positions of the original natal aspect. Once dragonized these planetary alignments become a Sexual Dragon or a Romantic Dragon. (Also see Dragon Point, Sexual Dragon and Romance Dragon.)
Dragonized Clash: When Saturn and/or a Saturn midpoint combine with a natal planet or a natal aspect to form a Dragonized Mystic Triangle or Dragonized Yod. These clashes can be especially severe and if a Nuclear or Heartbreak Clash is a part of the Dragon the devastation can be of epic proportions.
Earth-Moon Complex: In a heliocentric chart, Magi Astrology refers to the Earth as the Earth-Moon Complex. From the perspective of the Sun looking out into the solar system there is little to no differentiation between the placement of the Earth and the placement of the Earth’s Moon. They are seen as combined. For the purpose of interpretation, the Earth-Moon is very similar to the Sun. However, aspects to the Earth –Moon are more powerful than to the Sun because the Earth-Moon is really two planets combined.
Eclipse: When any two planets are both conjunct in longitude and parallel in declination. In most cases the symbolism of the planets involved will heavily influence a chart. In traditional astrology this term is known as an occultation. Also known as a Planetary Eclipse.
Electional Astrology: The use of Astrology to elect/select an auspicious day to begin a new endeavor. Electional Astrology is used to select the best days for weddings, business incorporation, product launches, large financial transactions, investments etc…
Electional Chart: An Event or Historical Chart selected for a specific purpose to commence on a chosen day in the future. The specific day is chosen for the corresponding planetary geometry and combined planetary geometry that supports the specific quest of the endeavor.
Elevated Levels: As a result of being in aspect with Jupiter, a planet’s symbolisms are raised to a higher, more helpful level of competency.
Employment Chart: An Event/Historic Chart signifying the first day on the job. This is a critical chart for employee success and often Magi Astrologers are consulted prior to a person starting work to insure employment begins on an auspicious day.
Enhancement: A Magi Astrology term referring to beneficial and helpful aspect angles which include the conjunction, trine, parallel, and any non-Saturn quincunx or contra-parallel.
Enhancement Aspect: A conjunction, trine, parallel, and any non-Saturn quincunx or contra-parallel.
Enhancement by Extreme Declination: Very powerful influences of a planet when it is at very extreme degrees of declination. One of the rare circumstances in Magi astrology when a planet is emphasized or enhanced by virtue of its location, rather than by aspect.
Enhancement, Pure: Pure enhancements are the conjunction, trine, & parallel. As a group they are a step above in both power and beneficial attributes to the quincunx and contra-parallel enhancement aspects.
Equal Degree Aspect: Refers to any aspect within the standard Magi Astrology 30 degree aspect set; semi-sextile, sextile, square, trine. quincunx, opposition. This term is would also include parallel and contra-parallel.
Event Chart: A chart of a non-living thing. Usually it represents the initiation of something significant. Event Chart subjects would include wedding dates, incorporation dates, founding dates of countries, dates when you first meet someone important to you, launch dates of products or services, employment dates, large financial transaction dates, achievement dates, etc…Synonymous with Historic Chart.
Exact or Exactness: When two or more planets are aligned in the very same degree and minute of any zodiac sign, or they are aligned in the very same degree and minute of either North or South declination, they are said to be exact. It is the moment at which an aspect or alignment peaks in its power and effectiveness.
Exdek: Abbreviation for enhancement by extreme declination.
Fallout: Residual negative influences that briefly exist after an exact clash transit or clash progression has peaked and has begun to separate. Usually this is a result of turbulent circumstances that were created while the clash transit was applying.
Fertility Aspects: Aspects which make it is easier to create babies. Moon-Chiron and Mars-Chiron enhancement aspects are examples of this.
Financial Aspect: An aspect formed by two financial planets.
Financial Linkage: A linkage formed between two charts in a CAC with each chart contributing one financial planet.
Financial Planets: As a group they include Venus, Ceres, Chiron, Neptune, Pluto and Sedna.
Fluctuating Relationship: Created by interaspects between Uranus and the Sun, Earth, Venus, Juno or Chiron. Due to the capricious nature of Uranus and its never ending quest for independence and change, Uranus interaspects with these planets can generate instability and a revolving “I’m into you…now I’m not into you” scenario in relationships.
Flying Eagle: A parallelogram, four planet alignment of interlocking Mystic Triangles. The two parallel sides are composed of a semi-sextile and a square, while both of the non-parallel sides are trines. The planets in opposite corners (verses neighboring corners) are quincunx one and other. This alignment reflects a fantastic ability to soar above the clouds in any endeavor supported by the planetary symbolism.
Focal Planet(s): Any planet that recurs at least twice as a component of the first six Magi Quads within the Occurring Magi Sequence of that day. There is usually more than one Focal Planet in a Birth chart. There may be different Focal Planets in the different realms (geocentric longitudes, geocentric declinations, heliocentric longitudes, or heliocentric latitudes). The Focal Planet(s) symbolism tends to predominate in vocational choices of the native.
Focus: the most important Planetary Geometry of a birth chart.
Focus Aspect: The most exact aspect by distance (degrees) in a chart, and usually the most important.
Focus Alignment: Three or more planets, all in aspect with one and other (a planetary synchronization), possessing the closest/ tightest combined distance orb of any alignment in a chart. Preference is given to symmetrical geometry and planetary synchronizations that include largest amount of enhancement aspects. Often the Focus Aspect is contained within the Focus Alignment. The Focus Alignment dominates the chart and is the starting point for the interpretation of a chart.
Focus Double Transit:When a person has a transit to a natal planet and also by the same transiting planet. That planet is called the Focus Planet and its symbolism becomes the focus in the life of the native while the transits are applying.
Focus Planet: The planet highlighted when a person has a transit to a natal planet and also by the same transiting planet. That planet is called the Focus Planet and its symbolism becomes the focus in the life of the native while the transits are applying.
Focus Progressed Super Transits: When a progressed planet makes a Progressed Transit to both planets that form the Focus Aspect of the Natal chart. These progressions tend to dominate in the lives of the native.
Focus Transit: There are two versions. In the first version, a natal chart has an aspect and a transiting planet makes a transit to both of the planets that form that aspect. The second version involves two transiting planets, themselves in equal degree aspect in the sky, and each are making a transit to the same natal planet. In essence, a Focus Transit is actually two separate transits with both transits occurring at the same time. Hence, they form powerful Planetary Geometry (a powerful shape) and are much more powerful than just two transits. A Focus Transit normally has the power of three or four transits.
Focused Super Transits: A transiting planet in aspect to both planets of the Focus Aspect of the Birth Chart.
Fountain of Youth Aspect: An enhancement aspect between the Sun and Neptune. It imparts youthful characteristics to the native.
Fraternal Symbolisms: Planetary symbolisms that are nearly identical in meaning, yet ruled by two different planets. For example, Venus and Mars fraternally rule “sexual attraction” with Mars emphasizing the “sexual” and Venus emphasizing the “attraction.”
Geocentric: From the perspective of the Earth.
Geocentric Astrology: Earth centered astrology. Differs from heliocentric (Sun centered) astrology in that the Earth is in the center of the chart and the Sun seen as a planet. Almost all traditional astrology is geocentric based. Magi Astrology uses geocentric and heliocentric astrology.
Geocentric Realm: Referring to geocentric longitudes and/or geocentric declinations.
Glyphs: The graphic symbols that represent planets.
Golden Linkage(s): The most helpful financial success linkages in a CAC. They include; Jupiter-Pluto, Jupiter-Chiron, Pluto-Chiron, Pluto-Venus, Venus-Chiron among others.
Golden Rectangle: A very beneficial Symmetrical Planetary Geometry rectangle shape made of four planets. The two short parallel sides are sextiles and the two long parallel sides are trines.
Grand Cross: Symmetrical geometry involving four planets. Each planet is spaced from the next by 90 degrees (squares) around the zodiac creating a large square shape in which each planet is either in square aspect or in opposition aspect to the other planets in the Grand Cross. A Grand Cross is generally very turbulent and not helpful in historic/event charts. In natal charts, while some adjustment maybe required, the configuration offers gifts for the native.
Grand Cross, Combined: A Grand Cross formed with planets from two contributing charts. A combined Grand Cross in the CAC of two individuals will create attraction due to the symmetrical geometry, yet the multiple clash aspects indicate fundamental incompatibility.
Grand Sextile: A very beneficial Symmetrical Planetary Geometry parallelogram shape made of four planets spaced across the zodiac creating three sextiles. The first planet and the forth planet are opposed to one and other.
Grand Trine: A three planet equilateral triangle formed by each planet being trine to the next. It is the most beneficial and powerful form of three planet Symmetrical Planetary Geometry.
Hailstorm Transit: A category of transiting clashes to a natal financial planet. They create havoc with careers and finances. During these transits you feel like you are continually swimming upstream. As with all clash transits, the hailstorm will eventually pass and the keys to successfully negotiating them is to plan in advance and have your business affairs in order prior their arrival and to avoid initiating anything important while the transit is within orb.
Heartbreak: A term the Magi often use in the astrology of intimate relationships. In its simplest form you can trace Heartbreak back to two basic types. The first type is Heartbreak Without True Love. This occurs when one or more persons think they were in love, but were mistaken, and then become heartbroken and realize they were never truly in love in the first place. This type predominates in Juno Relationships. The second type is Heartbreak With True Love this is rare and occurs when one or more persons are truly in love, and get heartbroken because of unfulfilled romantic dreams and needs, and yet are willing to continue their romance because of love. A good example of this type would be the affair between Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn.
Heartbreak Clash: A Saturn clash with Chiron. This clash is insidious and has two phases. The first is the illusion phase that causes you to ignore all the signals that you should not get more involved with this person or entity. The second phase is the disillusion phase where you wake up and find the connection has created devastation in your life.
Heartbreak Transit: Transiting Saturn or the Saturn/Chiron midpoint at a clash angle with natal Venus, Neptune or Chiron. This is the worst transit you can have as far as your love life and one of the worst for your finances. This clash is particularly destructive and destabilizing in the areas of love relationships, marriages and career advancement. This is also classified as a Hailstorm and a Poorhouse Transit.
Heartbreak Transit, Ultimate: A Heartbreak Transit where Saturn is within 1.5 degrees of Stationary. This transit is the Ultimate in prolonged misery because Saturn is moving so slow the duration of the transit is greatly increased.
Heliocentric: From the perspective of the Sun, verses geocentric which is the perspective from the Earth.
Heliocentric Astrology: Sun centered astrology. Differs from geocentric (Earth centered) astrology in that the Sun is in the center of the horoscope chart and the Earth-Moon complex is a planet. Heliocentric Astrology is nearly equal in efficacy to Geocentric Astrology. Magi Astrologers use Heliocentric Astrology concurrently with Geocentric Astrology.
Heliocentric Chart: Any astrological chart that is formed from the perspective of the Sun. The Sun is the center of the chart, rather than the Earth as in the traditional geocentric chart. The heliocentric chart has two realms; longitude and latitude.
Heliocentric Realm: Refers to heliocentric longitudes and/or heliocentric latitudes.
Historic Aspect: An aspect within an event or historic chart. Interpretation of Historic Aspects differs from aspects located in birth or natal charts.
Historic Chart: A chart of a non-living thing. Usually it represents the initiation of something significant. Historic Chart subjects would include wedding dates, incorporation dates, founding dates of countries, dates when you first meet someone important to you, launch dates of products or services, employment dates, large financial transaction dates, achievement dates, etc…Synonymous with Event Chart.
Impossible Dream Clash: A Clash between Venus and Chiron. This clash is very unique. Most clashes create repulsion right off the bat and if they do create attraction it is very short lived and is followed by repulsion. However, the Impossible Dream Clash creates life long attraction, sadly it also indicates incompatibility and that is why it is best avoided.
Interaspect: An aspect that is formed between two charts within a CAC, Each chart contributes one planet to the aspect.
Interaspect Non-Cancellation, Rule of: One the fundamental principles of Magi Astrology that asserts that every interaspect has an influence and no two interaspects ever cancel each other out. Ever! For example, if two persons have both have a Cinderella Linkage and the Nuclear Clash, their relationship will always be influenced by both of these very powerful interaspects. They will be romantically attracted to each other and at the same time have a turbulent relationship. There are no exceptions to this rule in the astrology of intimate relationships. Also known as the Principle of Non-Cancellation.
Interconnected Magi Quad: Two or more separate Magi Quads that share a midpoint. Interconnected Magi Quads carry substantial influence in a chart.
Iron Butterfly: A parallelogram, four planet alignment of interlocking Mystic Triangles. The two parallel sides are composed of a sextile and a trine, while both of the non-parallel sides are squares. The planets in opposite corners (verses neighboring corners) are quincunx one and other. This alignment reflects a immoveable determination combined with tremendous agility, characterized by a unique ability to lift above the fray, adapt, and change. And yet, to always have seat available when the music stops playing.
Juno Linkages, Rule of Excessive: When a couple forms too many Juno Linkages, their relationship is built on illusions and unattainable dreams and will most likely end in Heartbreak.
Juno Relationships: A relationship where Juno interaspects are more prevalent than Chiron. Sex is usually the primary focus within intimate Juno Relationships. The predominance of Juno creates unrealistic dreams and the illusion of true love. Unless Juno linkages with Chiron and Neptune are present, the Juno influence will subside sooner rather than later and the attraction will fade and each person will look for greener pastures.
Juno Sexual Linkage: A very powerful, almost hypnotic, sexual attraction formed when Juno is in an enhancement interaspect with and Venus, Mars, or Pluto in the other chart. Juno sexual linkages are highly illusionary and the sexual energy burns out sooner rather than later.
Kite: A very beneficial Symmetrical Planetary Geometry diamond shape made of four planets. The Kite begins with a three planet Grand Trine (an equilateral triangle with each planet in trine to the next) and on one side of the triangle a fourth planet bisects and creates a sextile with the two planets on either side and an opposition with the third planet directly across.
Latitude: Refers to the horizontal relationship of the planets in the middle a heliocentric chart. It is similar to declinations in a geocentric chart. In MagiSoft it will be displayed on the internal S Curve. In MagiAstrosoft it will be displayed on the internal hexagon.
Lifetime Linkage: A Chiron Linkage with Neptune that signifies a long-term relationship.
Link: When a planet from one chart forms an enhancement aspect with a planet in another chart thereby creating a linkage.
Linkage: An interaspect between two charts in a CAC that is formed by any enhancement angle (conjunction, trine, quincunx, parallel or contra-parallel).
Linkage Angle: A conjunction, trine, quincunx, parallel or contra-parallel formed between two charts in a CAC. Each chart contributes one planet.
Longitude: Refers to relationships among the planets on the outside circle of either a geocentric or heliocentric MagiAstroSoft chart.
Looped Transit: When a single transiting planet making an equal degree aspect becomes exact with a natal planet, separates, and then goes retrograde and while retrograde becomes exact again to the same natal planet, separates and then reverses course and goes direct and becomes exact once again with the same natal planet. This is the most powerful transit a single planet can make.
Love Chart: The ruling chart of any intimate relationship. It can be the Sex Chart, Engagement Chart or the Marriage Chart, which ever one is the ruling chart of the relationship at a given time. It usually works in this manor. The first time a couple has sexual relations creates a Sex Chart because this signifies the relationship has moved to a level beyond companionship. The Sex Chart is replaced by an Engagement Chart. The Engagement Chart is replaced by the Marriage Chart. The marriage chart is only replaced by a legal divorce or the death of one of the partners. If a couple never makes love or never gets married, then the ruling chart of the relationship is the Companionship Chart that was created when they first met in person.
Love Planets: The group includes Venus, Vesta, Chiron, Jupiter and Neptune.
Lust Bond: A linkage in a CAC between Juno and Venus, Mars, Juno, Chiron, Neptune or Pluto. Unlike a Saturn Bond, a Lust Bond does not create captivity; it merely creates a bond. Lust Bonds are usually mutual in nature so generally speaking; neither person has the upper hand. Lust Bonds are more like “ties or connections” – but the best word to describe it is “bond.” Both persons in a Lust Bond will feel bonded to each other. Synonymous with Sex Bond.
Lust Hate Clash: A Mars clash with Chiron. Of all the interaspects, this one is most likely to create a love hate relationship, or often a lust hate relationship. This clash creates a high degree of sexual attraction, but sadly it also generates incompatibility and volatility within the relationship.
Magi AstroChart: A horoscope chart drawn the Magi Astrology way. Traditional charts depict the locations of only the longitudes of the planets. A Magi AstroChart displays the geocentric declinations or heliocentric latitudes in the center of the chart. Planets in declinational or latitudinal aspect to each other are designated by connecting lines. In a CAC both charts are on the same plane, with planet glyphs of chart one being black and chart two being red enabling you to easily identify aspects and combined planetary alignments.
Magi Astrologer: An astrologer who exclusively adheres to Magi Astrology theory and principles in their practice of astrology.
Magi Astrologer, Certification Program: The process of earning a designation as a Magi Astrologer who has demonstrated a meaningful level of proficiency in the application of Magi Astrology. There are several levels that can be attained.
Magi Astrology: A state of the art, high-tech astrological methodology whose basics tenants were established by the Magi Society in 1625, and then continually refined and enhanced over hundreds of years. Modern day Magi Astrologers using powerful computer modeling techniques combined with brilliant research studies have advanced Magi Astrology to unprecedented levels or accuracy and precision. While there are a few elements of similarity between Magi Astrology and traditional astrology, by in large Magi Astrology principles and practice are fundamentally worlds apart from any other type of astrology.
Magi Quad: A four planet parallelogram in which the midpoints of the two parallel sides are conjunct.
Magi Quad, Interconnected: Two or more separate Magi Quads that share a midpoint. Interconnected Magi Quads carry substantial influence in a chart.
Magi Quad Yod: A five planet trapezoid similar to Magi Quad, however there is a planet conjunct or parallel to the midpoints of the Quad planets.
Magi Pyramid: A declinational planetary alignment where three or more planets are each in aspect, parallel or contra-parallel, to one another. To be designated as Magi Pyramid, the three or more aligning planets are limited to just the Sun, Venus, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, or Chiron.
Magi Society: The largest astrological organization in the world with over 5000 members. The Magi Society shepherds the development and advancement of Magi Astrology primarily through ongoing astrological education programs along with the development of the world’s most sophisticated astrological software.
MagiAstroSoft: The latest, most advanced Magi astrological software product offered to Magi Society members. MagiAstroSoft is the most sophisticated and elegant astrological software product in the world.
MAGIcal Linkage: A linkage between Venus and Chiron in a CAC. It creates magic between the two linked people.
Magical Planetary Geometry: Planetary Geometry (usually symmetrical) predominantly made up of enhancement angles. Examples would include Grand Trine, Conjuncted Tine, Yod, Mystic Triangle, Iron Butterfly, Flying Eagle, etc…Magical Planetary Geometry is one of the keys to super success.
Magical Success Principles: (see Success Principles, Magical)
Magical Time: the time period when all aspects, regardless of the planets involved, are most powerful. The time orb is three days before and after an aspect is exact. Applying aspects are always more potent than separating.
MagiOracle: The Magi Society software product specifically designed for members who are financial astrologers. It contains several essential elements that are very helpful specifically for financial astrology research.
MagiSoft: The first incarnation of astrological software the Magi Society offered to its members. This software is no longer available and has been replaced by a more advanced and enhanced product, MagiAstroSoft.
Malefic: Negative, not helpful, harmful and debilitating. Saturn and Saturn midpoints are the most malefic entities in Astrology.
Marriage Breaker Aspect: Any Saturn-Chiron aspect is considered to have the potential to be a marriage breaker. However there are two forms of especially devastating marriage breakers that often can destroy a marriage. The first is a clash aspect of transiting Saturn to transiting Chiron that on any wedding day, applying aspects are especially difficult. The second is a clash of transiting Saturn to the natal Chiron in charts or either or both the bride or the groom at the time of the wedding.
Maximum High Balance: A Magi Society discovery of two and three planet alignments and their effects on Athletic potential. Read more here: Magi Society Theory of Maximum High Balance Days
Maximum Linkage Locations: Sections within a chart where planets from another chart would make the most possible linkages to the overall natal chart.
MDX: Abbreviation for Midpoint Crossing.
Mid-degree: Where midpoints are the equal distance point in Zodiac, a Mid-degree would be the equal distance point by degree. For example if planet A is at 15 degrees and Planets B is at 17 degrees then the Mid-Degree would be 16 degrees of any sign. This principle is used primarily in Maximum High Balance theory.
Midheaven: A calculated point that refers to the most elevated point in the sky (zodiac) at the specific time and place for which a chart is cast.
Midpoint(s): A location in the zodiac that is precisely equidistant in between a pair of planets. Because the zodiac is a circle, there are actually two midpoints for every longitudinal planetary pairing that are exactly opposed to one and other, and therefore every longitudinal midpoint is actually an axis. They are called the far midpoint and near midpoint. Magi Astrology treats both midpoints as having the exact same influence. Midpoints exist in declinations and latitudes as well.
Midpoint Crossing: An equal degree aspect from a midpoint to a planet.
Midpoint Equivalence: A fundamental Magi Astrology principle that states midpoints act like planets and midpoints affect and influence planets and other midpoints under the same rules as when planets interact amongst themselves.
Midpoint, Far: The longest distance location in the longitudinal zodiac that is precisely equidistant in between a pair of planets. It is always opposite the Near Midpoint and has the exact same effect.
Midpoint, Near: The shortest distance location in the longitudinal zodiac that is precisely equidistant in between a pair of planets. It is always opposite the Far Midpoint and has the exact same effect.
Midpoint Projection: A Magi Astrology fundamental principle stating that midpoints exist concurrently and project simultaneously from an axis, near and far. When using aspects to the midpoint axis, always use the most powerful aspect, regardless if originates from the near or far midpoint. For example the conjunction, trine, and quincunx are used rather than the respective corresponding opposition, sextile or semi-sextile.
Misleading Super Linkage: A Romantic Super Linkage that contains two of the same planets, rather than three different planets. If this is the only Romantic Super Linkage in the CAC it makes the couple think they have more love than they really do and the relationship almost never leads to marriage.
Mono Directional Aspect: An aspect in which both planets are moving in the same direction, be they in retrograde or in direct motion.
Multiple Planet Aspect: An alignment of three or more planets in which any combination of planets or midpoints are in equal degree aspect.
Mystic Triangle: A Mystic triangle is formed by three planets where one side is a trine, one side is a square and the third side is a quincunx. This is a very powerful alignment that gives the planets involved a particularly strong boost of energy and momentum. This alignment is easier to negotiate in financial or business relationships than in intimate relationships, as the square can be more of an issue in a romantic situation.
Mystic Triangle, Romantic: A Combined Mystic Triangle in a CAC composed of only romance planets. This alignment creates a substantial romantic bond. If there is also Romantic Super Linkage in the CAC (Within the Mystic Triangle or elsewhere in the chart), there is a high probability the couple will fall in love.
Natal Chart: Synonymous with Birth Chart. The astrological chart of a living thing set for the day (as well as time and location if available) the subject was born.
Natalization: When something is initiated, thereby creating an astrological chart representing that action.
Native: The subject of a Natal/Birth chart, usually a person.
Non-Cancellation, Principle of: One the fundamental principles of Magi Astrology that asserts that every interaspect has an influence and no two interaspects ever cancel each other out. Ever! For example, if two persons have both have a Cinderella Linkage and the Nuclear Clash, their relationship will always be influenced by both of these very powerful interaspects. They will be romantically attracted to each other and at the same time have a turbulent relationship. There are no exceptions to this rule in the astrology of intimate relationships. Also know as the Rule of Interaspect Non-Cancellation.
Nuclear Clash: A Saturn clash with Jupiter in an historic chart or as an interaspect in a CAC. Usually it sign of an inevitable disaster, particularly when Saturn is applying to Jupiter.
Nuclear Transit: Transiting Saturn making a clash with natal Jupiter. This is the single worst transit you can have. It is a harbinger of bad luck, bad judgment, and bad ideas. It pushes away what is helpful and welcomes what is hurtful.
Occultation: A traditional astrology term referring to the eclipse of any two planetary bodies. Magi Astrology has replaced this term with Planetary Eclipse.
Occurring Magi Sequence: A proprietary sequence of Magi Quad formations developed by the Magi Society. For any given day, the Magi Quads that are occurring are categorized in the order of their power and beneficial qualities.
Offset: An interpretation technique for clash aspects. The symbolism of the aspect is reversed, with the focus on the negative. For instance, an enhancement of Pluto to Venus could be interpreted as an “elevated opportunity to make lots of money.” Using the offset technique, a clash of Pluto to Venus would be interpreted as “An elevated opportunity to lose lots of Money. This technique is most used in Magi Astrology when interpreting clash aspects in Event/Historic Charts and in interaspects within a CAC.
Opposition: A 180 degree aspect. It is generally turbulent in nature.
Orb: The distance in degrees, plus or minus, from exactness for any planetary aspect.
Outer Range Progression: A progression with an excessive time orb, where exactness is too far in the future (like hundreds of years) to be effective now. Almost always involves planetary bodies with orbits that exceed 100 years.
Parallel: A zero degree declinational aspect where two planets occupy the same degree north or they are both the same degree South. If one planet is North and another is the same degree South, then they are considered to be contra-parallel. A parallel is a pure enhancement aspect and very beneficial.
Parallel-Latitude: A Parallel aspect in the heliocentric latitude realm.
Passive Person: The non-Saturn Person in an interaspect between Saturn and another Planet. The Passive Person is a less than equal partner (unless there is Saturn Balance) and can feel like he or she is trapped in the relationship but does not know how to get out. Also see Captive.
Perpetual Progression: Magi Astrology principle referring to an applying Progression in the progressed chart or in a progressed to natal CAC that lasts nearly a lifetime or more before reaching exactness.
Personal Aspect: An aspect within a Natal/Birth Chart. Magi Astrology interprets personal aspects differently than Historic/Event Chart aspects.
Planet: In Magi Astrology all non-fixed celestial bodies are referred to as planets. Be they an asteroid, trans-Neptunian centaur, major planet, minor planet, outer planet etc…for the sake of simplicity and brevity they are called planets.
Planetary Alignment: Any group of three or more planets in equal degree aspect with one and other.
Planetary Aspect: Any two planet alignment at a meaningful angle. The primary aspects in Magi Astrology are equal degree aspects which include; conjunction, semi-sextile, sextile, square, trine, quincunx, opposition, parallel and contra-parallel. Synonymous with the term Aspect(s).
Planetary Body: (see Planet).
Planetary Eclipse: When any two planets are both conjunct in longitude and parallel in declination. The symbolism of the planets involved will heavily influence a chart.
Planetary Geometry: Three or more planets in Planetary Aspect.
Planetary Personality: In Magi Astrology each planet has a unique personality.
Planetary Symbolism: The words and concepts used to describe the unique influence of each planetary body.
Planetary Synchronization: Planetary Synchronization is the focus of every chart (the most exact synchronization dominates). It refers to the condition where at least 3 or more planets are in planetary aspect to one and other. Synchronization can occur in any realm.
Poorhouse Transit: A category of transiting clashes to a natal financial planet that can instigate financial turmoil. These turbulent transits are not to be trifled with because they put your financial security at risk. It is nearly impossible to make more money, and you will be doing well just to hold on to what you’ve got. During these transits you will be predisposed to making foolish and reckless financial choices that are sure to end in disaster. As with all clash transits, the Poorhouse Transit will eventually pass. The keys to successfully negotiating them is to plan in advance and have your business affairs in order prior their arrival and to avoid initiating anything important while the transit is within orb.
Primary Focal Planet: The planet that recurs most often as a component of the first six Magi Quads within the Occurring Magi Sequence of that day. There may be different Primary Focal Planets in each realms (geocentric longitudes, geocentric declinations, heliocentric longitudes, or heliocentric latitudes). The Primary Focal Planet symbolism tends to dominate in vocational and career choices of the native.
Primary Linked Chart: If the native is married, then their Marriage Chart is considered to be a primary linked chart, but no other relationship or companionship chart can be a Primary Linked Chart. If the person is a primary owner of a business of which they are actively evolved (full time) on a day to day basis, then the business incorporation chart can be a Primarily Linked Chart. Corporations can also have Primary Linked Charts such as when a new CEO takes over, a significant product is launched, a merger is announced, etc…Primarily Linked Charts are connected to the success or failures of the person or entity of which they are linked.
Primary Magi Quad: The most influential and powerful M/Q in an Occurring Magi Sequence; usually the first one.
Principle of Non-Cancellation: (See Non-Cancellation, Principle of)
Progressions: Aspects within a progressed chart. The calculation of a progressed chart is one day equals one year, starting on your date of birth. If you are 30 years old, your progressed chart is the 30th day after your birth. Progressions are super slow moving, transit-like aspects that are in effect immediately after birth and influence the native while the aspects are applying. While all applying progressions have an effect, the progressions closest to exact by time orb have the most influence on the native. Progressions rule context while transits rule content in the lives of the native.
Progressed Chart: The calculation of a progressed chart is one day equals one year, starting on your date of birth. If you are 30 years old, your progressed chart is the 30th day after your birth. Progressions are transit-like aspects that are in effect immediately after birth and influence the native while the aspects are applying. The Progressed Chart can be used in and of itself or it can be used in a similar fashion to a Transit Chart in a CAC in combination with a Natal Chart.
Progressed to Natal Chart: A CAC using the Progressed Chart and a Natal Chart. It is very similar to a Transit Chart CAC with a Natal Chart.
Progressions, Secondary: A traditional Astrology term that is synonymous with just saying progressions.
Proximity Enhancement: A Magi Astrology principle referring to any equal degree aspect that is within a distance orb of 0:30 degrees by minutes or 0.50 degrees by decimals. Proximity Enhancement greatly increases the power and efficacy of an aspect. The principle of Proximity Enhancement does not apply to any aspects involving Saturn.
Pure Enhancement Aspects: Conjunction, trine and parallel aspects are Pure Enhancement Aspects.
Quincunx: a 150 degree aspect. While it is considered to be an enhancement aspect, the nature of a quincunx is that it can occasionally be over-exuberant and lacking in restraint. A bi-directional or double retrograde quincunx is calmer and easier to deal with.
Range of Valid Interpretation: (See Valid Range of Interpretation).
Realm: refers to any of the four geocentric or heliocentric dimensions; geocentric longitudes, geocentric declinations, heliocentric longitudes, or heliocentric latitudes.
Reinforced Super Linkages: These are Super Linkages primarily involving sexual planets and or romance planets. What makes them unique is the same three planets form a Super Linkage in two different realms i.e. longitudes and declinations. Reinforced Super Linkages create a very strong bond between the two linked individuals.
Relationship Chart: It is the ruling chart of any relationship. It can be the Companionship Chart, Sex Chart, Engagement Chart or the Marriage Chart, which ever one is the ruling chart of the relationship at a given time. It usually works in this manor. The time at which two people first meet is the companionship chart. The first time a couple has sex creates another co-existing Relationship Chart because this signifies the relationship has moved to a level beyond companionship. The Sex Chart is replaced by an Engagement Chart. The Engagement Chart is replaced by the Marriage Chart. The Marriage chart is only replaced by a legal divorce or the death of one of the partners. If a couple never makes love or never gets married, then the ruling chart of the relationship is the Companionship Chart that was created when they first met in person. (also see Misleading Super Linkage) Note that a Companionship Chart is always co-exists with any of the other Relationship Charts.
Retrograde: Occurring only in the geocentric realm, the retrograde phenomenon makes it appear from the perspective of the Earth as if a planet has reversed forward direction, and is then moving backward. The Magi Society has studied retrograde planets and has found them to be beneficial in aspect to another planet 90% of the time.
Retrograde Planets: Found only in the geocentric realm, these planets appear from the earth’s perspective to have reversed forward motion and are now moving backwards. Retrograde planets are more beneficial than planets in direct motion 90% of the time.
Romance Aspect: An aspect formed by two romance planets.
Romance Linkage: A linkage formed where at least one Romance Planet is included. However, only Chiron Linkages are indicative of the potential for true love.
Romance Planets: The group including Venus, Chiron, and Neptune.
Romantic Dragon:A specific type of very close orb Combined Mystic Triangle or a Combined Yod within a CAC between two people which is made up entirely of Romantic Planets. The Romantic Dragon will consume the two persons who form it to the point they will oblivious to anyone else in the room. The formation of a Romantic Dragon is a sign of romantic bliss. However, only Chiron is an indication of true love. If the Romantic Dragon does not contain Chiron, then there needs to be Chiron linkages as well as at least on Romantic Super Linkage elsewhere in the CAC chart to indicate true love. (Also see Dragon Points).
Romantic Super Linkage: A three planet interaspect within a CAC in which every planet is in equal degree aspect with the others. Each chart must contribute a least one planet to the Romantic Super Linkage, and most importantly Chiron must form either an enhancement aspect or a linkage with one of the other planets in the Super Romantic Linkage. Juno, Ceres, Pallas and Vesta and other asteroids can not be used to create a Romantic Super Linkage. Nor can each chart contribute the same planet. All three planets must be different. It is highly unlikely for a marriage between two people to occur, without having at least one Romantic Super Linkage in their CAC.
Ruler: A planet’s symbolism that has primary control and influence over a particular thing; for example, Chiron is the ruler of marriage; Mars is the ruler of energy.
Ruling Progression: The progression at an enhancement or clash angle that is closet to being exact by time orb. This progression is the primary influence on the native's life.
Saturn Aspect: Any aspect that includes Saturn. As the major malefic planet, Saturn is always interpreted differently, especially at enhancement angles.
Saturn Balance: The Magi Astrological principle of Saturn Clashes and Linkages being in relative balance in a CAC between two people. Each person should contribute an equal or near equal amount of Saturn. Saturn Linkages and Saturn Clashes are tabulated separately when determining Saturn Balance. Saturn Balance keeps the relationship from being one sided with one person exercising most of the control. However, all Saturn Linkages and Clashes are not helpful to a relationship, the fewer the better. The principle of Saturn Balance does not work without Chiron linkages also being present in the relationship.
Saturn Bond: Occurs in a CAC when one person’s Saturn forms a trine, conjunction or parallel (pure enhancement) to the other person’s Chiron, Venus, Neptune, Jupiter or Sun. A Saturn Bond creates an unequal relationship where the Saturn Person is in the driver’s seat and the Passive Person is a less than equal partner and can feel like he or she is trapped in the relationship but does not know how to get out.
Saturn Clash: A square, quincunx, opposition, or contra-parallel aspect or interaspect that includes Saturn or a Saturn Midpoint. These are the most unhelpful and negative aspects in astrology.
Saturn Linkage: Occurs in a CAC when one person’s Saturn forms a trine, conjunction or parallel (pure enhancement) to another person’s planet. Most Saturn linkages are not helpful, some are worse than non-Saturn clashes. Many Saturn linkages form Saturn bonds.
Saturn Person: In an interaspect between Saturn and another planet, this person who contributes the Saturn, is then referred to as the Saturn Person. The Saturn Person is in the driver’s seat and the Passive Person is a less than equal partner and can feel like he or she is trapped in the relationship but does not know how to get out. Also see Trapper.
Saturn Revisionist: A misguided movement by contemporary astrologers to soften and change Saturn symbolism into a less malefic entity. Saturn has been demonstrated to be a major malefic planet by astrologers for thousands of years and any attempt to change the facts is misleading and damaging to students and practitioners of astrology. Magi Astrology can not be practiced accurately without a sober understanding of the malefic nature of Saturn. (also see Saturn Symbolism, Personal vs Historical).
Saturn Symbolism, Personal vs Historical: The Magi Society has done multiple massive studies on Saturn. Saturn in the charts of people can be reflective of gifts and talents and it interpreted differently than in Historic/Event Charts. However, Saturn in Historical/Event charts is Malefic and decidedly unhelpful.
Seduction Aspect: An aspect in the Transit Chart that encourages people to be are more disposed to seduce, and more susceptible to seduction, they include but are not limited to the following enhancements; Venus-Sun, Venus-Moon, Neptune-Venus, Mars-Venus and Pluto-Mars.
Semi-Sextile: A 30 degree Aspect. A helpful aspect but not enough to be considered an enhancement.
Separating: Any aspect has completed exactness and is now moving away from exactness is said to be separating. The planet that is moving away at the fastest rate is said to be the Separating Planet.
Separating Planet: The fastest planet in any aspect that is moving away after the aspect has become exact.
Sex Bond: (See Lust Bond).
Sextile: A helpful 60 degree aspect. It is more helpful than a Semi-Sextile but not enough to be considered an enhancement.
Sexual Captivation:A Sexual Captivation has two components, one is highly sexual in nature and the other is controlling nature. The first component of a Sexual Captivation is multiple Juno Sexual Linkages which make the relationship highly sexual and also illusionary. The second component is Saturn Bonds which make the relationship a Captivation. The person who contributes the Saturn is the called the Trapper and holds the power in the relationship as well as the ability to keep the other person connected to them. The non-Saturn person is the Captive and they are beholden to the trapper and find it difficult to extricate themselves from the relationship. This ground breaking astrological principle was discovered by the Magi Society.
Sexual Dragon: A specific type of very close orb Combined Mystic Triangle or a Combined Yod within a CAC between two people which is made up entirely of Sexual Planets. The Sexual Dragon will consume the two persons who form it. The formation of a Sexual Dragon is a sign of virtually irresistible and insatiable sexual attraction. It is both mind blowing and mind boggling. However, there is a downside. The downside is that it promotes the illusion you are in love, even when you are not in love because the sex is so fabulous you don't care if you are not really in love. (Also see Dragon Points)
Sexual Planets: The group includes Venus, Mars, Juno and Pluto.
Silver Linkage: A Success Linkages, that is not quite as strong as the Golden Linkage. Two Silver Linkages are equal to one Golden Linkage. Examples of Silver Linkages include, but are not limited to; Jupiter-Venus, Uranus-Venus, Neptune-Venus, Jupiter-Uranus and Jupiter-Neptune.
Sports Champion Aspects: Primarily enhancement aspects to Mars and Pluto that are prevalent in the charts of great athletes.
Square: An aspect angle of 90 degrees. It is always turbulent in nature.
Star of David Alignment: The most powerful form of symmetrical planetary geometry consisting of six planets, each in sextile to the next, creating a hexagon in the chart. This alignment also creates two interlocking grand trines. This alignment is exceptionally rare. Most often it is found as a part of Combined Symmetrical Geometry, rather than in a natal chart.
Stationary: A phenomenon of Apparent Planetary Motion. A planet is said to be Stationary as it reverses from direct to retrograde or from retrograde to direct motion. Due to the decreased speed of a planet going towards or coming from a Stationary position, the power of any aspects it makes is greatly amplified.
Stressful Combined Planetary Geometry: Turbulent Geometry created by interaspects in a CAC, such as a combined T-Square or a Combined Grand Square. These alignments put tremendous stress on the relationship because they emphasize incompatibility.
Success Linkage: Refers to any one of the Golden Linkages or Silver Linkages.
Success Principles, Magical:Magical Success Principle One: Become partners with someone who was born at a time when the planets make magical planetary geometry with our own natal planets. Magical Success Principle Two: Become partners with someone who was born at a time when the planets make golden linkages with our own natal planets.
Super Aspect(s): Particular planet combinations that when forming an enhancement aspect, bestows upon the native a huge advantage in acquiring fame and fortune, or success in general. All Cinderella Aspects are also Super Aspects. Other Super Aspects include but are not limited to enhancements of Jupiter-Venus, Jupiter-Uranus, Jupiter-Neptune, Jupiter-Pluto, Sun-Jupiter, Sun-Uranus, Sun-Neptune, Sun-Pluto, Pluto-Venus, Pluto-Uranus, Neptune-Venus, and Uranus-Venus.
Super Aspect, Combined: A linkage between two charts in a CAC that creates a Super Aspect. These often impart the same gifts in a partnership as a Super Aspect would do in the chart of a native.
Super Fame Aspect: Jupiter and Uranus enhancement aspect. This Super Aspect and is the most helpful for imparting fame and popularity. The Super Fame Aspect is often found in the Natal Charts of movie stars and politicians.
Super Linkage: A three planet interaspect within a CAC in which every planet is in equal degree aspect with the others. Each chart must contribute a least one planet to the Super Linkage.
Super Progression: A three planet alignment in a progressed to natal CAC, where a progressed planet makes an equal degree aspect to an existing aspect in a Natal Chart or an Event Chart. Either the existing aspect or one of the progressed aspects must be at an enhancement angle. Saturn can not be the progressed planet.
Super Sports Champion Aspects: The most powerful aspects that influence success in Professional Sports. They include aspects between Mars, Venus and Pluto as well as a number of the Super Aspects.
Super Success Aspect, The: Jupiter-Pluto in an enhancement angle. It is the most beneficial Super Aspect for garnering stupendous success and sustained success.
Super Transit:A Super Transit is a transit made by at least two transiting planets that are in aspect to each other. Saturn can not be one the transiting planets.
Symbolism: Words and concepts used to describe the influence of an individual planet, aspect or alignment.
Symmetrical Enhancement: A Magi Astrology Law (fundamental principle), which states when three or more planes are aligned in Symmetrical Planetary Geometry the planets will enhance each other and the influence of the combined integrated symbolism will be positive. The only exception is when 90 degree angles (squares) are present, such as with a T-Square, and the influence then may not be positive.
Symmetrical Planetary Geometry: A three or more planet alignment in a chart that is symmetrical. This is the most powerful form of Planetary Geometry. A Star of David, Grand Trine, Conjuncted Trine, Golden Rectangle and Yod are examples of very powerful and beneficial Symmetrical Planetary Geometry. A T-Square and a Grand Square are examples of very powerfully turbulent Symmetrical Planetary Geometry.
Sync: (See Planetary Synchronization)
Synchronization: (See Planetary Synchronization)
Time orb: The distance in time to or from exactness for any aspect. In Magi Astrology aspects are at there absolute most powerful influence within three and half days applying to exact by time orb.
Time To Exactness: the amount of time in days to an aspect being exact. Also known as a time orb.
Trapper: The Saturn person in a Sexual Captivation. They hold the power in the relationship as well as the ability to keep the other person connected to them.
Transit: The motion of a planet in the sky making an interaspect to a planet in a chart.
Transit Chart: The chart of the sky on any given day.
Trans-level Aspects: Planetary Aspects or alignments between the same planets that exist at any equal degree angle in both the Geocentric chart and the Heliocentric chart. While the planets must be the same, the aspect angle can very in each realm. The symbolism of Trans-level Aspects are prominent in a chart.
Trine: A 120 degree aspect. A very beneficial aspect and a pure enhancement.
Trust Linkage: A Chiron Linkage with the Sun. This linkage promotes “feelings” of trust, rather than actual trust worthiness. While this is a Cinderella Linkage and imparts many blessings on a relationship, it can blind the natives, especially the Chiron person, from seeing deceit or disingenuousness on behalf of their partner.
T-Square: A symmetrical isosceles triangle of three planets, where two planets form an opposition and a third planet is in a square aspect to both. A T-Square is a form of Turbulent Planetary Geometry representing upheaval and negative consequences.
Turbulent: Clash angle aspects or interaspects.
Turbulent Aspect: Any planetary aspect or interaspect that is at a clash angle.
Turbulent Geometry, Patterns or Shapes: Referring collectively to T-Squares, Grand Squares and Chaotic Triangles.
Turbulent Transit, Applying: A Transiting planet making a clash interaspect that is moving toward exactness to a natal planet. An Applying Turbulent Transit will be active in the life of a native with its influence becoming more pronounced the closer the clash interaspect gets to exact and peaking at the time of exactness. The native is encouraged not to initiate anything of substance until the clash has separated out of orb so as not to perpetuate the energy of the clash.
Turbulent Transit, Separating: A Transiting planet making a clash interaspect that is moving away from exactness to a natal planet. A Separating Turbulent Transit has little to no influence in the life of a native. However, the native is cautioned not to initiate anything of importance until the aspect is out of orb to keep the energy of the clash aspect form perpetuating.
Ultimate Sexual Linkage: An interaspect between Juno and either Venus or Chiron which creates profound sexual attraction and a tremendous urge to act on that attraction. Both Ultimate Sexual linkages are highly illusionary and the Juno-Venus Ultimate Sexual Linkage will burn out and lose its sexual energy sooner rather than later.
Ultimate Sports Champion Aspect(s): Venus-Mars and Mercury-Mars equal degree aspects in a natal chart are the Ultimate Sports Champion Aspects.
Ultimate Heartbreak Transit: A Heartbreak Transit where Saturn is within 1.5 degrees of being sationtary. This transit is the Ultimate in prolonged misery because Saturn is moving so slow the duration of the transit is greatly increased.
Unenhanced Sun: A condition in an Event/Historical chart where the Sun is not enhanced by another planet. It suggests that the subject of the event will be fragile and struggle mightily when confronted by trauma and outside influences.
Valid Range of Interpretation: The acceptable parameters of symbolism that can reasonably be ascribed to any particular aspect or planetary alignment. For example a Pluto-Mars aspect cannot ever be referred to as gentle, innocent or sweet. Those symbolisms would be outside of the Valid Range of Interpretation. None of those symbolisms would be appropriate for the combination of those two planets at any aspect angle. However, powerful aggression or sports prowess or ultra competitive all would be symbolisms within the Valid Range of Interpretation.
Wild One Aspect: An enhancement aspect between Uranus and Venus. Natives born with this aspect are more adventurous and thrill seeking. However, often they are also adverse to committed relationships and uncomfortable with emotional attachments.
Wrong Person Clash: A clash interaspect between the Sun and Chiron. The Wrong Person Clash generates never ending inner doubt about the other person with a perpetual nagging feeling this person is not right for you. As with most Chiron clashes at the beginning of the relationship it creates attraction. This is also a Classic Schism Aspect.
Yod: A three planet alignment that forms an isosceles triangle. Two planets in sextile form the base of the triangle. Both of those planets are quincunx a planet that forms the top point of the triangle. This is potent form of Symmetrical Planetary Geometry that provides a tremendous amount of thrust for the combined symbolism of the planets that make up the Yod.
Zodiac: The longitudinal graphic representation of planets in a circular fashion with the circle divided up into twelve equal parts representing the 12 Sun signs, each 30 degrees in length.