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Posted: Mon Oct 20, 2003 9:32 pm    Post subject: AP - Good links for new students Reply with quote

4 Aug 2003

Sag:

I've come across a few links I thought all you beginners (like myself) might be interested in:

Aspect Patterns (Stellium, Grand Trine, Grand cross, etc):

http://www.astro-horoscopes.com/HTML/FAQs/AspectPatterns.html

Aspect/Interpretation (includes Midheaven, Ascendent and North Node aspects):

http://www.geocities.com/rbltre/astro/mainindex.html

Arabic Parts:

http://www.noendpress.com/pvachier/arabicparts

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Deb:

Thanks for these Sag. I've added a couple of them to my recommended links pages.

If anyone else has good links for beginners please add them to this post

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Graelhaven:

http://www.aquamoonlight.uku.co.uk
useful quick reference material. some good articles, not a lot of really in depth.

One of the reasons I like this sight is that she has a page where you can print out blank charts to play with. One of them has the signs in it, but the second one has just the house numbers so you can write in what you are looking for. While often i print out charts from different programs I have available, sometimes having blank charts to hand to fill in is quite handy. Like while I'm reading and dont want to stop to draw up a chart on computer...
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