The 360 Zodiacal Degrees and Their Interpretations
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Each sign is composed of 30 degrees of ecliptic longitude. You were born on one of these days or "degrees." Altogether, 360 astrological degrees complete the circle of ecliptic longitude. However, some degrees have a greater impact, i.e., for instance, the four cardinal points known as equinoxes and solstices! Other degrees represent points of intense elemental concentration, etc.
All consulting astrologers need to ascertain what degrees give an intensified expression of a natal planet situated at that point. Knowing your degrees helps to fine-tune your interpretations. Judith covers the cardinal and midseason points, "critical" degrees, "anaretic" degrees, late water sign degrees, the traditional "duads," exaltation degrees, discusses various interpretive degree systems, and more!
I will be listening to this one again.
I will be listening to this one again.Read Less
Great . Putting it together that way makes it easy to assimilate.
Great . Putting it together that way makes it easy to assimilate.Read Less
Fun and interesting. I would have liked more on how Cusps are read in the birthchart. I did gain important information about the Mid Quarter Points, Thank yo...Read More
Fun and interesting. I would have liked more on how Cusps are read in the birthchart. I did gain important information about the Mid Quarter Points, Thank you! Hi Rachel, That's a good idea for a future class to expand on this topic! Thanks! Academy for Astrological Medicine teamRead Less
56 minutes of Audio
The 360 Zodiacal Degrees and Their Interpretation
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