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A fun and sassy no-nonsense invitation to the practice of astrology with easy-to-understand tools for self-development and conscious living Astrology books are typically either overly simplistic sun-sign books or overly complicated chart calculations filled with astro jargon. Astrology for Real Life goes beyond simple sun-sign interpretation and at the same time cuts through the complications of horoscope analysis to make understanding your chart in depth, simple and easy. The goal is to make astrology accessible to total newbies and provide a working reference guide for intermediates. The book is presented in workbook format exploring each part of chart interpretation—signs, planets, houses, aspects—with exercises following each chapter and fill-in-the-blank lessons that take the reader through all the just-learned steps. The tone is warm, fun, and personal, and the exercises give the reader experiential hands-on practice. The end result: once you learn the basics in Astrology for Real Life, you can easily navigate the cosmos by making them work for you. It’s kind of like a roadmap where we begin by understanding the terrain and the tools available. From there, the planets will guide you in making brave, excellent choices in love, work, and life. It’s profound, fun, and practical. You’ll learn how to interpret your chart with confidence and use astrology in a practical, proactive way, with no astro excuses (blaming the stars for your issues).

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Ophiuchus (/ɒfiˈjuːkəs/, (Ancient Greek: Ὀφιοῦχος 'Serpent-bearer')) has sometimes been used in sidereal astrology as a thirteenth astrological sign in addition to the twelve signs of the tropical zodiac. The constellation Ophiuchus, as defined by the 1930 International Astronomical Union's constellation boundaries, is situated behind the sun from November 29 to December 18.[1]

The idea appears to have originated in 1970 with Steven Schmidt's suggestion of a 14-sign zodiac, also including Cetus as a sign. A 13-sign zodiac has been promulgated by Walter Berg and by Mark Yazaki in 1995, a suggestion that achieved some popularity in Japan, where Ophiuchus is known as Hebitsukai-za (蛇遣座 (へびつかいざ), 'The Serpent Bearer').

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In sidereal and tropical astrology (including sun sign astrology), a 12-sign zodiac is used based on dividing the ecliptic into 12 equal parts rather than the IAU constellation boundaries. That is, astrological signs do not correspond to the constellations which are their namesakes, particularly not in the case of the tropical system where the divisions are fixed relative to the equinox, moving relative to the constellations.

History[edit]

Ophiuchus and some of the fixed stars in it were sometimes used by some astrologers in antiquity as extra-zodiacal indicators (i.e. astrologically significant celestial phenomena lying outside of the 12-sign zodiac proper). The constellation is described in the astrological poem of Marcus Manilius as the one that winds in loops: 'But, bending its supple neck, the serpent looks back and returns: and the other's hands slide over the loosened coils. The struggle will last forever, since they wage it on level terms with equal powers'.[2] Later in his poem, he describes the astrological influence of Ophiuchus, when the constellation is in its rising phase, as one which offers affinity with snakes and protection from poisons, saying 'he renders the forms of snakes innocuous to those born under him. They will receive snakes into the folds of their flowing robes, and will exchange kisses with these poisonous monsters and suffer no harm'.[3] A later 4th century astrologer, known as Anonymous of 379, associated 'the bright star of Ophiuchus', Ras Alhague (α Ophiuchi), with doctors, healers or physicians (ἰατρῶν), which may have been because of the association between poisons and medicines.[4]

Based on the 1930 IAU constellation boundaries, suggestions that 'there are really 13 astrological signs' because 'the Sun is in the sign of Ophiuchus' between November 30 and December 18 have been published since at least the 1970s.[5]

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In 1970, Steven Schmidt in his Astrology 14 advocated a 14-sign zodiac, introducing Ophiuchus (December 6 to December 31) and Cetus (May 12 to June 6) as new signs.[6][7]Within 20th-century sidereal astrology, the idea was taken up by Walter Berg in the form of his book, The 13 Signs of the Zodiac (1995).

In January 2011, a statement by Parke Kunkle of the Minnesota Planetarium Society repeating the idea of 'the 13th zodiac sign Ophiuchus' made some headlines in the popular press.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^McClure, Bruce. 'Sun in constellation Ophiuchus November 17 to December 16'. Earthsky Communications Inc. Retrieved 2013-09-16.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^Manilius, Astronomica, I.333ff.
  3. ^Manilius, Astronomica, V.389ff.
  4. ^Franz Cumont and Franz Boll, Catalogus Codicum Astrologorum Graecorum, Vol. 5, part 1, Brussels, 1904, pg. 210.
  5. ^Lee T. Shapiro, The Real Constellations of the ZodiacArchived 2011-01-26 at the Wayback Machine, Planetarian, Spring 1977.Because of the tilt of the planes of the planets' paths relative to Earth's (the ecliptic), the planets actually pass through a number of other constellations as well, as was observed by John Mosely in The Real, Real Constellations of the ZodiacArchived 2011-04-27 at the Wayback Machine, Planetarian, Vol. 28, #4, December 1999.
  6. ^'Modern Living: The Revised Zodiac'. Time. 23 November 1970. ISSN0040-781X.
  7. ^Schmidt, Steven (1970). Astrology 14. Bobbs-Merrill Company. pp. 6–8.
  8. ^Howard Chua-Eoan, Welcome to the Zodiac, Ophiuchus. But Who Are You?, Time Magazine, 14 January 2011

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