Word of the Moment


posted May 13, 2014, 3:06 PM by Douglas Noblehorse

1. Twins

2. Dual


posted Mar 3, 2014, 1:22 PM by Douglas Noblehorse

1. Fish

2. Fish-gate

3. Pisces


posted Feb 4, 2014, 12:27 PM by Douglas Noblehorse

1. To pour out water, to distribute water

2. The water-pourer, the image of Aquarius


posted Aug 13, 2013, 12:11 PM by Douglas Noblehorse

1. Sky, upper air - yet still beneath the realm of Ouranos, the iron sky...

2. Bright, purified air

3. The fifth element (the first four being earth, water, air and fire)

4. Equivalent to Metal in the Chinese elemental system; the Greeks viewed the upper heavens (the realm of Ouranos; see #1) as composed of metal

5. The divine or immortal portion of the Soul, represented in the Flight of the Chariot as the Charioteer(s); represented in astrology as the horoskopos or Ascending Degree


posted Jan 18, 2012, 1:38 PM by Douglas Noblehorse   [ updated Jan 18, 2012, 1:40 PM ]

1. From Greek, "reversal of walking measurement"

2. To walk backwards

3. Retrograde

hexagon, hexagonos

posted Aug 11, 2011, 2:55 PM by Douglas Noblehorse   [ updated Aug 11, 2011, 3:01 PM ]

1. From Greek, "six-cornered"

2. From Greek, literally "out angle"; "the intersection of the two line tangents drawn from the 0° and the 60° points describes an obtuse - or an open angle. This suggests that the sextile, while involving the native, directs the aspect’s energy outward and in an open manner away from the native."

3. Sextile

4. "Familiarity, ease, harmony, opportunity, sociability, cooperation, inspiration"


posted Oct 23, 2009, 12:21 AM by Douglas Noblehorse   [ updated Sep 22, 2010, 1:47 PM ]

inconjunct (noun)

1. In astrology, an aspect of 30 degrees or 150 degrees; the 30 degree configuration is also known as semi-sextile; the 150 degree configuration is also known as quincunx.

2. Inconjunct planets have nothing in common with each other. For this reason they are said to be in aversion or turned away from each other. It is as if they do not see (aspect) one another.

3. Planets in a traditional aspect or configuration with both planets in the inconjunct act as mediating planets, transmitting information from one planet in the inconjunct to the other. For this reason, the third-party planet becomes indelibly identified with the inconjunct configuration.

Example Sentence:

My Sun and Moon in my horoscope are in an inconjunct or quincunx configuration.

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