CIT Analysis: Missing aspects when there is a significant CIT –
for financial stocks and crypto data – Full Landscape View #6 (Finance)
CIT = Change in Trend, an inflexion point
AC ver: 1.97
This article should be read along with the AC post:
Missing CIT aspects
it can be seen from the above post that not all significant CIT’s have a corresponding/associated aspect to the radix. It was found that aspects to the radical BTC MC did not seem to be associated with any significant hits. However, this article will show that this is not the case and that aspects the MC are probably significant. Or at least to a point near the current MC long position.
The question is: what are these supposed longitude positions of a planet that aspects these CIT’s? How are they found?
It may be possible that that the Asc and MC are inaccurate and the Missing CIT Aspect procedure/form may help to find the true positions of these points. Thus, this is a rectification method.
A suitable procedure would be as follows:
Note only transiting aspects to the radix are used to calculate the aspect hits in this example as was shown in the AC blog post.
- Find the most significant transiting aspecting planet to BTC (Saturn)
- Assign missing aspect dates – see Adding a Missing CIT Date menu icon
- Calculate Saturn’s (and other planets) position to CIT dates that do not have a transiting aspect from any planet (Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto) to the BTC radix. ie use the Missing CIT Aspect Date table to do this.
4. Review the data to see if there are (multiple similar) longitudinal positions of Saturn (and other planets) that might indicate a point that that is significant. Please see the screenshot below.
For instance by reviewing the results of the calculation it may be that Saturn’s (and Neptune) longitudinal position for different CIT dates are at 12 degrees 02 minutes. This may indicate a sensitive degree that is associated with particular point, in this case the radical MC. It may be that there are other sensitive degree positions but they may not be so easily associated with a particular point such as the Asc or MC.
The BTC chart should then be adjusted. Further test should be applied and the chart should be reviewed for the accuracy of the new point(s).
Adding a Missing CIT Date menu icon
The Missing CIT Aspect Date table
When a date is successfully added:
Swipe left to delete a record
Locating close longitudinal positions
CIT’s – from coinmarketcap.com, and the corresponding BTC charts
Another example of transiting Saturn aspect to the MC
A new table for the added Missing CIT dates is provided. Records are identified by the stock or crypto currency.
Missing CIT aspect dates for BTC are provided for the date range February 25th, 2014 – July 29th, 2018 – automatically provided on AC install or update.
Personal points such as the Asc, MC etc are not calculated for transits because the time used always the natal UTC time.
However, these points are calculated for Secondary Progressions, and Solar Arc directions