Scripting for esoteric studies

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    Clients with the optional advanced astro module can also use the scripting language for esoteric studies (examples in forum posts here, here and here).

    Here’s another example to highlight when the price of the chart is conjunct to a planet, using the Gann Price Angle GPA() and ASPECTS() functions, similar to the GPL scan in the video tutorial.

    When applied to a Show Bar it highlights where the price is within 5 degrees of the Saturn’s GPL ie in conjunction:

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    Add a 2nd harmonic to the GPL tool to show when the planet is in opposition (blue dashed line), and change the script to the following to capture both aspects:

    ASPECTS(g1, p1, ORB=5.0, ASPECTS=[Conjunction,Opposition])

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    Superior/Inferior Planetary Conjunctions

    Planets are said to be conjunct when they have the same longitude when observed from a location, such as Earth. These can be shown on a chart using the Planetary Aspects tool, such as this example of the Sun and Mercury which this week will align at 178 degrees:

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    However, there are two types of conjunction: superior and inferior. Superior occurs when the Sun is between Earth and the planet (in this case Mercury), as seen on the geocentric ephemeris chart, above left. An inferior conjunction is when the planet is between Earth and the Sun – as occurred in early August:

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    Using Distance in Planetary Values PVAL() function and conjunction in the Planetary Aspects PA() function we can create a script to show when the conjunction is superior:

    When applied to a Show View it will display superior conjunctions only, shown in green:

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