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    Aspect considerations for additional points and asteroids in AstroConnexions


    Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta – their position in the solar system determines how they are treated with reference to aspects received and given.


    They are all located in the asteroid belt, between Mars and Jupiter.


    How does AstroConnexions handle aspects to and from these asteroids


    Example Ceres

    Aspects are shown:

    From Ceres > Mars ie all aspects from Ceres to Jupiter, Saturn etc

    To Ceres <= Mars ie all aspects to Ceres from Moon, Sun, Mars, etc

    So, Ceres and the other asteroids aspect Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto and other points such as the Asc, MC, East Point. They would be shown aspecting the planets indicated. Planets such as Sun, Moon, Mercury are shown aspecting the asteroids. The exception is when they are involved in a secondary or solar arc direction.

    Lilith, Vertex and East Point

    These are taken as a point much like the Asc or MC -all planets aspect them. Again the exception is if the are involved in a secondary or solar arc direction.

    Aspects between Arabian points

    Aspects between Arabian points are not shown or calculated, eg between POF and part of nemesis


    in AspectsAsteroids