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Rick
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« on: Dec 02, 2009, 05:39 PM »

Hey guys,
Quick question about the PPP when figuring aspect to it.  When you are trying to see if an aspect is new vs balsamic for example, do the same rules apply to the PPP as if it were Pluto?  Do you start with the PPP and go counter-clockwise to the other planet, except for with the Sun?  Or is it different in some way?

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Steve
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« Reply #1 on: Dec 02, 2009, 05:46 PM »

Quick question about the PPP when figuring aspect to it.  When you are trying to see if an aspect is new vs balsamic for example, do the same rules apply to the PPP as if it were Pluto?  Do you start with the PPP and go counter-clockwise to the other planet, except for with the Sun?  Or is it different in some way?

Hmmm, a simple thing is:  the PPP is 180 degrees away from Pluto, thus its phase will always be the polarity of the phase between Pluto and the reference planet.  Thus, figure the phase between Pluto and that planet, and then the polarity of that phase is the phase between that planet and the PPP.    If Pluto to planet is new phase, the PPP is full phase, etc.
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Rick
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« Reply #2 on: Dec 03, 2009, 09:10 AM »

Good call!  I never thought of it in that way, that is really easy.  All of the same planets that aspect Pluto will aspect the PPP, but the opposite.  That really simplifies it, and goes with the flow of an interpretation as well.
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