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Angles 1 Sep. 2006
Updated 24 Oct 2016

Planet Constellations Angles of Planet Constellations

In this context the planet constellations mean the angle between two planets, as seen from the Earth, and they are marked in the weather scores as small quadrangles, and in the lower part of the scores representing the more distant objects, as short lines. The size and colour of the quadrangles and lines expresses which planet or dwarf planet - and element - they represent, as each planet's elemental influence is reflected on the weather.

Nearby planets are marked with a small quadrangle or line and "slower" planets farther away are marked with a big quadrangle or line. The size of the angle is expressed in numbers. Planets have a short-term constellation effect on the weather when at certain angles to each other according to the element (color) they are representing and according to their location against the elemental background.

As regards the planets the constellation's symbol in the weather scores follows a kind of 'double entry bookkeeping' (the upper part of the scores). Both planets which belong to the constellation are always marked to the other side's line in corresponding place. The more distant - and also stronger! - planets are therefore marked on the top lines of the nearby planets. The nearby planets and also the angle of their constellation are marked on the lower lines (of the upper part of the scores) of the more distant planets .

Narrowest, small quadrangles:
(violet would be Earth)
blue - Moon
yellow - Venus
red - Mercury

Slightly larger squares:

violet - Sun
blue - Mars
yellow - Jupiter
red - Saturn

Largest rectangles:

yellow - Uranus
blue - Neptune
red - Pluto
violet - Sedna

At the top of the score, we can see the largest rectangles, strong constellations of slow planets. At a quick glance we can even see, for instance, the possibility of rain or strongly warming or drying factors from the colors.   From the lower lines of the upper part of the score we can verify at what angle this planet is to its companion planet, because different angles also have different influences according to Dr. h.c. Maria Thun. From the lower part of the scores we find the strong constellations of the dwarf planets of the Kuiper Belt, which are always worth checking up. Also the Galactic Center has a strong influence on the weather.

Trigon ('tri' =120 degrees) is usually a harmonious and well behaved angle, but it can also be strong. The moon's trigons with different planets color the day's weather very strongly with the element in question.

60 degrees or sextile especially with the "water planets" increases the possibility of rain. If the more distant planets are included in the sextile, the precipitation may be very high. Also floods and high tides can occur during strong sextiles.
The sextiles of the "warmth planets" seem to be dealing with magma. As the sextiles may get water flooding, also magma can "flood" during sextiles. Some volcano reports have shown, that during "warmth sextiles" magma has risen in the magma chambers and collapsed lava domes. Magma may also push its way between the tectonic plates and make them slip and thus cause earthquakes. This seems to have contributed to the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami in 2004.

30 degrees or semisextile is half the previous and a milder angle of the rain. Both the sextile and the semisextile cause low pressure.

72 degrees or quintile is a strong angle. The slow heavenly bodies (Uranus, Neptune, Pluto and the other distant satellites in the lower part of the weather scores), when being party to a quintile mean tempests, strong storms and pouring rain can be expected in several parts of the world. In Finland at least strong winds can be expected. A quintile between two light planets strengthens the high pressure, but causes also turbulence in the atmosphere and may cause tendence towards dry thunderstorms. 36 and 144 degrees are multiples of a quintile and their influences are similar.

Square (90 degrees), is also a remarkable angle, which can cause a storm and other powerful natural phenomena under the slow planets' influence. Its multiples of
45 and 135 degrees have a similar and 45 a little bit gentler effect.
If quintiles and squares (so called "hard angles") occur simultaneously for different planets, powerful storms in different parts of the world are very probable. Nodes strengthen these phenomena and the influence increases with the distance. See the node effects of the most distant dwarf planets in the picture Element diagrams and Nodes.

According to Maria Thun, Uranus is associated with electricity and thunderstorms (see for example 2005/11), Neptune with magnetism and earthquakes, and Pluto with volcanic eruptions as also Orcus. According to Thun (1973), there is also a heavenly body associated with the forces of coldness. It has come out that Sedna, Haumea, Quaoar and Snow White are such heavenly bodies. Also the Galactic Center belongs to these "coolers". The constellations of these often cause rain and thunder.

Sedna's and the Moon's quintiles (also 36's and 144's), if their timing coincided with humid and warm days, seem to be associated with tornados and all other sudden powerful airflows. The quintiles between Eris and the Moon easily cause strong dust devils. It is entirely plausible that all the largest objects of the Kuiper Belt can, at their "hard angles" in relation to our Moon, cause fast and strong phenomena, such as tornados and wet or dry microbursts.

Conjunction (0 degrees) affects in the low-pressure direction and
opposition (180 degrees, "op") in the high-pressure direction. Especially the conjunctions strengthen earthquakes.
The force of the tremors is also increased if the constellations are accompanied by nodes.

The Moon's oppositions with the classical planets (Mercury to Saturn) are used especially in plant regeneration, calculated to coincide with the time of sowing, to bring about the desired qualities to the plants through the effects of the planets. Another constellation angle that is highly effective in the area of plant regeneration is the trigon.

By marking the day's actual weather in the weather scores with the colors of the elements on the Earth's lines (instruction 4), you can easily find what caused the weather from the lower lines. So you will gradually learn to know the primarily influencing factors of the weather on your own locality. The little delays in realization you can also learn to recognize little by little.

Instruction 3 - Areas

                                                              More instructions: Climate 2 and Climate 3.