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Ouranos



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Posted: Wed Sep 29, 2021 5:20 am    Post subject: Alfred Witte Article 43 Reply with quote

I am requesting help from my German colleagues.

Below is an article from Alfred Witte and I am not sure if the Google translation provides the exact meaning of what he said.
Can you tell me how you understand this text?

Article 43 The lunar horoscope of one day
on https://astrax.de/Alfred-Witte-Artikel.html

Appreciate your help,
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Posted: Wed Sep 29, 2021 5:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Ouranos,

I have read this article and I must honestly admit that nearly all of the articles that Witte published are all Greek to me (though my native language is German!).
Witte used to apply a special technical mode of expression that is beyond my comprehension. I‘m really sorry that I myself can not provide help.

I assume that Michael Feist (https://witte-verlag.com/) or Karsten F. Kröncke (https://astrax.de) are capable of interpreting this article of Witte so that wie can comprehend astrologically what Witte wanted to express.

Today I sent an email to Karsten requesting help. But I didn‘t get an answer yet.

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Posted: Wed Sep 29, 2021 5:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just one (formal) thing I have to add:
I have the book „Der Mensch - eine Empfangsstation kosmischer Suggestionen“ in my possession, that presents a collection of all the writings of Witte.
There on Page 274 we can find this article („Das Lunarhoroskop eines Tages“).
And in the penultimate sentence there seems to be a typing error in this article (corrected in my book) included.

Node“ (Node symbol in article) seems to be a typing error.
In my (book)version the node is replaced by „A“ (Ascendent).
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Posted: Thu Sep 30, 2021 1:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you Zachariel for your reply.

It is an euphemism, to say the least, that the German language of Witte is difficult for German people. And Google is not the best companion to solve this issue!
Essentially, I am trying to see how Witte was drawing a Lunar Horoscope for one day as per the title of his article. Something that would resemble a diurnal ???
I have ordered Rules for Planetary Pictures from Michael Feist but I do not want to bother him with my questions knowing that he has a busy schedule.
Hey Michael! I have hacked your book 'Der Mensch' on the web! And here are my questions.

Anyway, if you hear from Karsten, please let me know.

Appreciate your help! Keep up the great work!
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Posted: Thu Sep 30, 2021 10:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Ouranos,

ist was not until I got acquainted with linchi‘s Microastrology that I dealt with lunar returns a lot. Before that I couldn‘t really figure out the benefit of lunars in astrology.

In the meantime Karsten has sent me his answer upon my request yesterday. Karsten is a very nice and supportive guy, he suffered a severe stroke in August 2014, resulting that he is on one eye blind and the right side of his body is completely paralyzed. So I don’t want to stress him too much.

As you might know Karsten is the last personal student of Hermann Lefeldt, author of „lexicon for planetary pictures“, published 1957 (coauthor: Ilse Schnitzler). And Lefeldt has also published an important textbook about the houses (and meaning of planets /TNPs in the houses) of Hamburg school of Astrology.

Karsten writes that Hermann Sporner‘s comment on Witte‘s article No. 43 (Das Lunarhoroskop des Tages) is kind of sparse. And as far as Karsten knows neither Ludwig Rudolph nor Friedrich Sieggrün nor Hermann Lefeldt (nor Karsten himself) had ever discussed article No. 43.

Karsten then continues in defining solar arc.
He then focus on the issue „activation“ (ger.: „Auslösung“) and cites the third paragraph of Witte‘s article literally.

Karsten then introduces as an example his visit to the specialist on September 28, 2021, 08:00 UTC.

The following parts of text of the email refer to the astrological (main-)software „WSL“ (=Witte-Sieggrün-Lefeldt), Karsten analyzes here astrologically the planetary pictures that depict the event „visit to the specialist/medical doctor“.

For me it‘s quite easy to follow Karsten because I am sufficiently familiar with WSL, the main software used by the students of the Freiburg section of Hamburg School of Astrology. But for those who don‘t work with WSL I guess comprehension of Karsten‘s astrological example is beyond reach.

Karsten does not explicitly name the term „Lunar Horoscope“, he refers to a special technique (without naming it), the so called „Magical Square“ (ger.: „Magisches Quadrat“). With WSL one can easily apply this special astrological technique. The purpose of this technique is to derive the event-related planetary pictures out of the multitude of the existing planetary pictures.

One thing we have to bear in mind. The adherents of the Freiburg section of (and also the adherents of the Hamburg section of) Hamburg School of Astrology strictly use the tropical zodiac.

Sometimes I experience myself as kind of „schizophrenic“ in switching between the world of WSL (conventional tropical Uranian Astrology) and the beauty of the plain and straightforward (and also efficient!) realm of Microastrology.

Since I am not working as a consulting astrologer I can bear this schizophrenic situation although it does not comfort me at all. I can not assert that working with WSL provide wrong results. No, that‘s not the case.

So I have to live further on with these seeming discrepances, being an „astrological heretic“ using and exploring both methods.

Best wishes!

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Posted: Thu Sep 30, 2021 1:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That is great information Zachariel!
You can elaborate on the Magic Square if you want.
I was first introduced to MP by an old German lady some 40 years ago and am familiar with the Dial Tool.
I also feel like an 'heretic' in astrology, switching from Sidereal to Tropical, wherever I find the truth. And I am a self-learned astrologer. (Aries on the cusp of the 9th).
The only problem is finding the right program who will do what I am looking for. Right now, I am using Solar Fire with Reports to generate the important MP I am looking for.

Question for you Zachariel.
- How do you reconcile the SUMs (based on the AR) and the HOUSES in sidereal?
- Do you look at the Christmas Solstice (0 Cap) for mundane events?

Appreciate your input on the Uranian system.

P.S. Is it true that there are 2 schools of thoughts in Germany regarding Witte and his followers?

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Posted: Thu Sep 30, 2021 6:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

First of all I have to apologize for my lousy english language skills. Lack of practice and study… Sad

With regard to the so called „Magical Square“ (I don‘t know where this term originates) it‘s a pity that the astrological internet forum „Astrologie WSL Forum“ (https://astrologiewslforum.astrax.de) is only available in German language. Karsten has founded this remarkable forum. There you can find tons of examples of this special technique.

But there is an absolute precondition if you want to reproduce this technique by yourself: you need to have this special astrological software WSL, I have talked about in my former posting, installed on your PC (https://www.astrax.de/astroSoftware.html). If you scroll a little bit down (see the internet-link in brackets) to the header „WSL“ there you get to this yellow coloured text passage (description of the features of WSL). There you can find DownloadAnleitung“, pdf-Datei, 0,1 MB (in red letters). Maybe Google can help to translate this short manual of WSL so that you can get at least an impression what this software can offer.

But for non German-speaking astrologers I won‘t recommend to buy WSL at all, because there is not much of a help menu available, and if there is help provided then only in German language. So, dealing with this software even for German native speakers can be rather inconveniant.

Here I will try to summarize how this „Magical Square“ works.

The WSL software provides a linear graphics composed of four levels from bottom to top: R(adix), P(rogressive), S(olar arc), T(ransit). The horizontal line ranges from 0 degrees to 22,5 degrees (harmonic 16).

Now analyzing a special event, e.g. marriage or any other event that ocurred the task now is to derive the relevant planetary pictures out of the vast amount of existing planetary pictures. Now we need to start somewhere. One good idea is to start with the transit sun (orb is approx. 1 degree). Inspecting what lies beneath the transit sun (across all these four levels T, S, P, R), I mean what planets and transneptunians are positioned there we take their position into account (degree) and we look after planets/transneptunians positioned (again across all four levels) that sum up to 0 degree / 22,5 degree (including the orb). The progressive MC and the progressive AS we must also take into account as „starters“ not only the transit sun.
I must say that this technique indeed performs remarkably well analyzing events in retrospect. It‘s really amazing, I have seen so many examples where I was completely stunned about how well this technique performes. There are many examples in „Astrologie WSL Forum“ that substantiate my statement.

But sadly until the present day this technique „Magical Square“ does not at all sufficiently perform well when someone tries to make an astrological forecast, when someone tries to identify the relevant planetary pictures for future events. I suspect that one reason for this shortcoming is connected with problems in defining what planets/transneptunians are relevant at the starting points (transit sun, progressive MC, progressive AS). Besides very often we can not know at what location an event will take place. Choosing the wrong geographical coordinates will spoil the whole forecast.

Now to your first question.
I‘m sorry that I am not quite sure what you mean with „SUMs“. Please clarify.

Second question: Yes I have used 0 Cap for mundane events but recently not. I now prefer the techniques that linchi introduced with his version of Microastrology (solar returns, lunar returns, secundary / tertiary progression, transit moon phase).

Your P.S.question:
Yes, in my own subjective perception there are (at least) two competing sections of Uranian Astrology situated in Germany which are more coexisting than cooperating. The leader/speaker of the Hamburg section is Michael Feist, the leader of the Freiburg/Breisgau section is Karsten F(erdinand) Kröncke, who was born in Hamburg in 1943. I owe Karsten a debt of gratitude for his kindness, patience and generosity teaching me and explaining me complicated issues in connection with Hamburg School of Astrology.

But both men, Michael Feist and Karsten F. Kröncke have achieved a great deal for the good of Uranian Astrology. They both deserve to be honored by all of the students of Hamburg School of Astrology/Uranian Astrology. For me personally they are both Guardians and Protectors of the teachings of Witte, Sieggrün and Lefeldt.
There is another section of Hamburg School of Astrology/Uranian Astrology still existing which was founded by Ruth Brummund. But I think this section is not that influential as the other two mentioned, at least not in German speaking countries.

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Posted: Thu Sep 30, 2021 8:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you Zachariel.
Will have a look at the Forum - I can always Google translate to read the posts.
Have also translated some articles from astrax.de to get a sense of what Uranian discussions look like.

As for my first question.
A.Witte told his disciples: "The Sum of two planets (a+b) is a Sensitive Point of the Aries Axis."
Whatever that means but what I understand is the involvement of the AR point in the formula.

It is rare to find a system in Astrology that is so unique and original than the Uranian system.
Most traditional authors draw from the same source as it seems. You find Ma'shalla who took it from someone else and Junctin de Florence who collected the works of 500 authors. Even Lilly took it somewhere and I think that he may have been commissioned by the Rosicrucians to reveal some hidden knowledge. Where is that all coming from? After that, you cite one author and to be honest, you would have to cite an entire army of astrologers who have repeated the same thing over the centuries. Even Indian astrology have a thousand ways to look at a chart but the chronology of their tradition is a big hodge-podge.

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Posted: Fri Oct 01, 2021 3:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have found interesting articles on https://www.astrax.de/astroSoftware.html
One of them by Karsten 'KEN2007_04GluckLebenJupiter.pdf' where he explains how he reads a chart in time.
He starts by reading the Natal of Konrad Adenauer with the 22.5 Wheel.
To see if he will be re-elected, he then switches to the 45 Wheel with the pointer on the MC.
Why? Why not stay in the 22.5 or even go the 90 Wheel? Or go to higher octaves like Linchi does?
There must be a rationale behind this. I would expect something like - OK in the 22.5 you read the 'Inner Self' , in the 45 something else and so on.
I have had in my life, examples where the 22.5, 45 and 90 were all colliding on the same point. Easy to read, you know what to focus on. It is obvious.
But why, if something doesn't show up on the lower wheels does it suddenly become important if you find it in the 128 Harmonic?
I don't know if you have sorted this out.

I might consider buying WSL. After all, once you know what you get with the buttons or the menus, the astrological symbols are universal.
Is Sidereal integrated in the software*?
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Posted: Fri Oct 01, 2021 4:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Ouranos,

Ouranos wrote:
Why? Why not stay in the 22.5 or even go the 90 Wheel? Or go to higher octaves like Linchi does?

Because firstly Karsten will never in his life not use my harmonics, secondly I published my harmonics in 2015, that is after Karsten's article.

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There must be a rationale behind this. I would expect something like - OK in the 22.5 you read the 'Inner Self' , in the 45 something else and so on.

In my opinion, you can't assign the harmonics to something like inner self or outer world etc. on a whim. The planetary pictures no matter in which harmonic show the events and characteristics of the horoscope owner.

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I have had in my life, examples where the 22.5, 45 and 90 were all colliding on the same point. Easy to read, you know what to focus on. It is obvious.
But why, if something doesn't show up on the lower wheels does it suddenly become important if you find it in the 128 Harmonic?
I don't know if you have sorted this out.

First, a harmonic is not more important than other harmonics and second, suddenly is it not, because I need to examine all the harmonics (16,32,64,..... ). No matter in which harmonics, the planetary pictures are important.
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Posted: Fri Oct 01, 2021 5:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Ouranos wrote:
Why? Why not stay in the 22.5 or even go the 90 Wheel? Or go to higher octaves like Linchi does?

Because firstly Karsten will never in his life not use my harmonics, secondly I published my harmonics in 2015, that is after Karsten's article.

I am not questioning the ownership or use of specific harmonics.
You share something with Karsten
He looks at other Harmonics and you do the same.
This is the sense of my question.

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There must be a rationale behind this. I would expect something like - OK in the 22.5 you read the 'Inner Self' , in the 45 something else and so on.

In my opinion, you can't assign the harmonics to something like inner self or outer world etc. on a whim. The planetary pictures no matter in which harmonic show the events and characteristics of the horoscope owner.

OK I understand this. If you start with a blank like no specific question is being asked and you just want to analyze the chart.
Correct me if I am wrong but you are telling me that you will focus on any Harmonics on Planetary Pictures falling within a specific orb? Is that what you are saying?

Otherwise, like in Karsten's article he was looking at the re-election of a political man and that's why he was investigating the MC.
When he builds his grid with Radix, Solar Arc, Progressed and Transits, he uses a 1 degree orb (which seems a lot). I have seen others using 20 min and I know you go with 10 minutes on smaller Harmonics and lower for the higher ones. I tend to lean on your side as I have seen pictures not responding on more loose orbs. Not sure if the Moon would enter in a different category because of its faster motion.

Something else that just popped up in reading Witte. He says that the Sun=day Moon=hour and the MC=minute.
My own experience when you look at a specific Planetary Picture and you want to know when it will happen during a specific day. I take the MC/any planet and AC/any planet and move it along the Planetary Picture in question with an emphasis on the planet/MC or AC that is part of the picture.
Say for example, you have the SUt conjunct VEn, I will pay special attention to SUt/MCt (or ACt) and VEn/MCt. I prefer MC over AC for the 'I" and 'Success" meaning. And these guys move at an average of 7 degrees of longitude during 1 hour

Appreciate your feedback,
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Posted: Fri Oct 01, 2021 6:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ouranos wrote:
OK I understand this. If you start with a blank like no specific question is being asked and you just want to analyze the chart.
Correct me if I am wrong but you are telling me that you will focus on any Harmonics on Planetary Pictures falling within a specific orb? Is that what you are saying?

Yes, it is correct.

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Otherwise, like in Karsten's article he was looking at the re-election of a political man and that's why he was investigating the MC.
When he builds his grid with Radix, Solar Arc, Progressed and Transits, he uses a 1 degree orb (which seems a lot). I have seen others using 20 min and I know you go with 10 minutes on smaller Harmonics and lower for the higher ones. I tend to lean on your side as I have seen pictures not responding on more loose orbs. Not sure if the Moon would enter in a different category because of its faster motion.

I have to clarify again that my system and Hamburg school are different. I have different working method than Hamburg School. In my opinion, if you work with tropical zodiac, you have to take bigger orb, because tropical positions of planets will be much different from sidereal positions. I would not consider the moon position in tropical zodiac. I would ignore it, because lunar position between tropical and sidereal becomes too wide. But in sidereal zodiac I consider it like all other planets, depending on the correctness of the birth time.

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Something else that just popped up in reading Witte. He says that the Sun=day Moon=hour and the MC=minute.

For the smaller harmonics like harmonic 16, you can think of it like this. In higher harmonics, however, this assumption will not be correct. In higher harmonics only the sun is day, hour, minute and second.

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My own experience when you look at a specific Planetary Picture and you want to know when it will happen during a specific day. I take the MC/any planet and AC/any planet and move it along the Planetary Picture in question with an emphasis on the planet/MC or AC that is part of the picture.
Say for example, you have the SUt conjunct VEn, I will pay special attention to SUt/MCt (or ACt) and VEn/MCt. I prefer MC over AC for the 'I" and 'Success" meaning. And these guys move at an average of 7 minutes of longitude during 1 hour

If you would give an example, we can check it.
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I might consider buying WSL. After all, once you know what you get with the buttons or the menus, the astrological symbols are universal.
Is Sidereal integrated in the software*?

No. Sidereal is not integrated in WSL.

And there also is circle division/harmonic 16 (22.5 degree) integrated in the four-level linear graphics diagram, but there you have also the option available of 360 degree linear diagram and also a 45 degree diagram.

The latter has the strong advantage when analyzing a special event that all planets (across all 4 levels [R, P, S, T]!) that mirror the vertical zero line in the center of the linear diagram constitute in each case a midpoint.

To illustrate this with an example: Say you want to analyze a special event that occured in your life. Then in WSL you pick up your stored birth chart data and as second step you choose day, time of day and location of the according event. (At this point ist seems necessary to say that in WSL you always have to provide time data entry in UTC! There is no time zone automatism available in WSL!) Then you can open this 45 degree linear diagram and there you have these 4 horizontal levels I talked about before and this vertical zero line in the center of the diagram. At the top margin you see numbers. Above the zero line there you can see the number 0 (0 degree). All across the diagram there are vertical lines and to the left side of the diagram starting from the zero line the numbers go from 2, 4, 6, …. 20 until the left margin of the diagram is reached (22.5 degrees). And mirror-inverted the same principle applies for the right side, again starting with the zero line, but this time the numbers have negative values (-2, -4, -6, … -20) until the Right margin of the diagram is reached.

All the planets/transneptunians that you can find positioned directly aligned with the zero line in the diagram center AND on the left and right margin respectively constitute event related factors.
And aside the center line and the left and right margin you can find event related midpoints: say you identify at the transit level Jupiter at -12.5 (degrees) and on the left side at the transit level Moon at 12 (degrees), then this Midpoint of MOt/JUt is event related. But this rationale also operates across the four levels! Say you find your progressive Sun at 8 and Kronos at -8 on the solar arc level then you have the event related Midpoint SUp/KRs. So you can see that the 45 degree linear graphics presentation provides you the advantage that you can find the event related midpoints in a swift and a conveniant manner.
Sorry for this cumbersome description.

Both sections of Hamburg School of Astrology, the Freiburg/Breisgau folks under the leadership of Karsten F. Kröncke and also the Hamburg folks under Michael Feist only work with tropical zodiac.
And the Ruth Brummund followers act the same way. They are no sidereals at all.
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Posted: Sat Oct 02, 2021 4:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you Zachariel for the information on the software. I have seen the diagram in the article I translated from Karsten and you describe it well. I find this approach interesting to get an overall look at the 4 Levels.
Will keep investigating to get a better grasp of the Uranian planets meaning to start up with.
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I have to clarify again that my system and Hamburg school are different. I have different working method than Hamburg School. In my opinion, if you work with tropical zodiac, you have to take bigger orb, because tropical positions of planets will be much different from sidereal positions. I would not consider the moon position in tropical zodiac. I would ignore it, because lunar position between tropical and sidereal becomes too wide. But in sidereal zodiac I consider it like all other planets, depending on the correctness of the birth time.


Thanks for the information Linchi!
I understand you are not using the Moon in higher Harmonics. Makes sense.

I will share with you my approach and don't think my approach is bullet-proof, it is very perfectible. I have learned hard lessons but going back to my drawing board has paid dividends.
Sorry for not sharing my chart, I am a researcher at heart but I will share with you how I handle midpoints.

I play lottery with it. Over time, I have put my focus on transiting Jupiter over natal planets and 'lucky midpoints' mainly Jupiter midpoints. Every chart is different. That's why I don't say to look at your AS or MC or A/M unless they are in favorable positions and by that I mean not surrounded by 'difficult' midpoints.
I also use Fortuna because it falls 1 minute orb of my JU/MC midpoint and I saw in a video from Olga Morales that W.D. Gann used it once to win at a lottery draw. He even traveled in another US State to be right on the spot of the Eclipse degree.

So, I start by looking at the transiting Jupiter where it falls with an applying orb of 10 minutes to a natal planet or midpoint. If transiting Retrograde, I look at both sides, applying and separating. And if the Moon is involved in the picture, that's even better.

My last hit was Sept 11th - tJU (9d25 on 45 Wheel) was in my midpoint VE/PL-MC at 9Leo32-36. And the Moon in Scorpio had just sextile the Sun in Virgo and was applying by square to Jupiter in Aquarius.

I pulled a report from Solar Fire when AS, MC, A/M and anyplanet/MC and anyplanet/AS will hit my VE/PL-MC by Direct motion (conjunction, opposition). Squares, semi-squares, sesqui-squares also work but they imply additional conditions that I haven't completely deciphered yet.

The report will look something like this
Jup/MC Cnj MC Tr-Na 11:07:58 23°Ta06' D 23°Ta06'
Mar/Jup Cnj Asc/PF Tr-Tr 11:08:48 11°Sg07' D 11°Sg08'
Jup/PF Opp Ven/Jup Tr-Na 11:09:22 02°Aq59' D 02°Le58'

As you will notice, some activations are listed Tr-Na and others Tr-Tr (I prefer these ones over the Tr-Na as they show where the power activation comes from). I view it as activating vs receiving.
The icing on the cake is looking at the planets involved and see if they are Angular- tJU was on the IC and nVE/PL was on the MC. Intermediate House cusps with Placidus will also work but I prefer in that case when the planets involved are close to the cusp.
I start to play a slot machine about 5 minutes before the hit. At 11h02 I won $120 and at 11h05 $1,000

With the report I had generated, I won $2,500 overall on that day. I am looking forward for November 24th when Jupiter will go over this midpoint again this time in Direct motion.

I know everybody can come up with different theories that are consistent or even better than mine and I am always interested to hear about that.
I remember the quote from one of the best and most successful coaches in NFL history - Vince Lombardi -
"Winning is not everything, but wanting to win is." And I stay away from gambling when my chart is not saying it because I have a strong Saturn. Timing is everything!

Of interest, lucky winners to investigate
https://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Category:Lifestyle_:_Financial_:_Gain_-_Winnings/_Lottery

Best to you Zachariel and Linchi. Appreciate your input on the Uranian system.

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I play lottery with it. Over time, I have put my focus on transiting Jupiter over natal planets and 'lucky midpoints' mainly Jupiter midpoints. Every chart is different. That's why I don't say to look at your AS or MC or A/M unless they are in favorable positions and by that I mean not surrounded by 'difficult' midpoints.
I also use Fortuna because it falls 1 minute orb of my JU/MC midpoint and I saw in a video from Olga Morales that Gansten used it once to win at a lottery draw. He even traveled in another US State to be right on the spot of the Eclipse degree.

In the book „Rules for Planetary Pictures“ we can find:

lottery SU+JU-UR (= SU/JU = UR/x). „x“ can be just another factor/planet/transneptunian.

lottery luck SU+JU-KR

lottery participant JU+NE-AS

Since you have won a not negligible amount of money with the slot machine it would be interesting if you inspect your natal chart/radix if you can find promising planetary pictures there (e.g. SU/JU = MC/KR or SU/JU = SU/KR). There should exist at least one luck promising planetary picture in your radix I assume.

If the radix does not contain promising planetary pictures for proneness to gambling luck then there will be not much hope in gaining profit from such activities. This is a well known astrological rule.

At https://astrologiewslforum.astrax.de/viewtopic.php?f=112&t=197
you can find one example of astrological derivation of gambling luck (the late Swiss lottery winner Werner Bruni).

If you can identify promising planetary pictures in your radix - I‘m convinced there are some - and you have the software ZET Geo (Anatoly Zaytsev) installed on your PC then you should try to predict your lucky days and hours based on Microastrology. There should be a good chance to improve your hit rate by means of Microastrology. Linchi‘s developed Microastrology contains such a beauty of plain, straightforward and effective methods! These methods are really worth to be adopted by every single astrologer.

In the past I have experimented myself with event time related lottery but soon I had to quit because I had to accept the fact that my natal chart provided no promising planetary pictures. Sick

Best wishes
Zachariel
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