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TempuraNostril
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« on: Sep 01, 2014, 12:20 AM »

Hi I have a question about the natal position of a planet and whether it's position above or below the ecliptic in respect to the planet's nodes holds any meaning?

For example Neptune's south node falls in Aquarius and if its natal position in a person's birth chart falls above/below the ecliptic in respect to the descending node, how might this influence the manifestation of the Neptunian energies in one's chart? Especially in relation to how the energies may have manifested in previous lifetimes.

And vice versa in respect to the north/ascending node.

Thank you.
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Rad
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« Reply #1 on: Sep 01, 2014, 05:34 AM »

TempuraNostril,
 
It holds no specific meaning of itself.

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TempuraNostril
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« Reply #2 on: Sep 03, 2014, 04:53 AM »

What about in terms of the phasal relationship that planet in question has with its nodes? What sort of meaning can be grasped in terms of past-life dynamics (represented by the south node) in relation to the soul's current-life dynamics?
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« Reply #3 on: Sep 03, 2014, 06:53 AM »

What about in terms of the phasal relationship that planet in question has with its nodes? What sort of meaning can be grasped in terms of past-life dynamics (represented by the south node) in relation to the soul's current-life dynamics?

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The nature of the phasal relationship of the Nodes of Neptune correlate to how the totality of the Neptunian archetype is actualized at any point in time. The meaning of the past life dynamics, represented by the S.Node of Neptune, in relation to the Soul's current life dynamics is relative the the nature of any given Soul: it's specific nature and evolutionary development. This can only be determined by a total understanding of the natal chart of each Soul starting with the core evolutionary paradigm within it.
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TempuraNostril
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« Reply #4 on: Sep 03, 2014, 09:08 AM »

Using the example of Neptune, those born with Neptune in Capricorn/Aquarius will have Neptune existing in a balsamic phase relationship with its south Node. At the moment children are being born with Neptune in a new phase (semi-sextile) relationship with Neptune. What does this mean generationally speaking? What about when Neptune was last in a balsamic/new phase relationship with its south node (in the 1800's)? What is the meaning in comparison to more recent times?

In reference to my questions above, how would this relate to the moon for example? Especially since the moon's nodes are directly opposing each other. Since only 180 degrees can exist between these two points, what would it mean having the moon in a new phase relationship with its descending node in comparison with having a new phase relationship with its ascending node, in relation to its specific planetary function?
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« Reply #5 on: Sep 03, 2014, 10:22 AM »

Using the example of Neptune, those born with Neptune in Capricorn/Aquarius will have Neptune existing in a balsamic phase relationship with its south Node. At the moment children are being born with Neptune in a new phase (semi-sextile) relationship with Neptune. What does this mean generationally speaking? What about when Neptune was last in a balsamic/new phase relationship with its south node (in the 1800's)? What is the meaning in comparison to more recent times?

In reference to my questions above, how would this relate to the moon for example? Especially since the moon's nodes are directly opposing each other. Since only 180 degrees can exist between these two points, what would it mean having the moon in a new phase relationship with its descending node in comparison with having a new phase relationship with its ascending node, in relation to its specific planetary function?

At any point in time there  is an existing context of 'reality' as defined by the consensus. The Neptune archetypes correlates to that will manifest in the context of any time being considered. How  that manifests is determined by the phase on a generational level, and individually within that relative to the specific evolutionary state of any given Soul. The nature of the phases, it's archetypes are constants no matter what point in time is being considered. So whatever time you are interested in, the 1800's for example, simply read the consensus history of that time to understand the answer to your own question.

The Moon is the egocentric structure of any given Soul. Thus how the Soul via it's ego experiences itself in a generational context relative to it's own evolutionary state of development. The Moon in a new phase relationship to it's S.Node correlates with a total relive of it's past that is being brought forwards into the current life. A new phase conjunction with the Moon and it's N.Node correlate with brand new evolutionary directions that have either have just been sent in motion in the most recent of prior lives that is meant to be continued, and/ or initiating brand new evolutionary directions in the current life.
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« Reply #6 on: Sep 05, 2014, 05:40 AM »

The Moon is the egocentric structure of any given Soul. Thus how the Soul via it's ego experiences itself in a generational context relative to it's own evolutionary state of development. The Moon in a new phase relationship to it's S.Node correlates with a total relive of it's past that is being brought forwards into the current life. A new phase conjunction with the Moon and it's N.Node correlate with brand new evolutionary directions that have either have just been sent in motion in the most recent of prior lives that is meant to be continued, and/ or initiating brand new evolutionary directions in the current life.

Hi Rad,

That's interesting. So what would the Moon being in a balsamic relationship with it's S.Node indicate, and also what about the Moon being in balsamic relationship with it's N.Node?

thanks Upasika
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« Reply #7 on: Sep 05, 2014, 05:49 AM »

The Moon is the egocentric structure of any given Soul. Thus how the Soul via it's ego experiences itself in a generational context relative to it's own evolutionary state of development. The Moon in a new phase relationship to it's S.Node correlates with a total relive of it's past that is being brought forwards into the current life. A new phase conjunction with the Moon and it's N.Node correlate with brand new evolutionary directions that have either have just been sent in motion in the most recent of prior lives that is meant to be continued, and/ or initiating brand new evolutionary directions in the current life.

Hi Rad,

That's interesting. So what would the Moon being in a balsamic relationship with it's S.Node indicate, and also what about the Moon being in balsamic relationship with it's N.Node?

thanks Upasika

The balsamic relationship to the S.Node correlates to an entire evolutionary cycle coming to a point of culmination. The balsamic relationship to the N.Node means that their are core dynamics from the past that the Soul needs to bring forwards into the new/ emerging cycle of evolutionary development as well as culminating dynamics that are no longer needed for it's evolutionary development. 

God Bless, Rad
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