Is that a politicians horoscope

Is astrology provable?

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1 Roland Meier Can astrology be proven? 1. Study An evaluation of 192 birth pictures by painters Contents Contents 1 Introduction. 3 Can astrology be proven? Research of the Gauquelins. 3 Choice of professional group .. 6 Procedure 7 Effects of the signs of the zodiac, houses and planets .. 7 First test procedure: 8 Evaluation of the planetary positions in the individual signs of the zodiac. 9 Weighting of the signs of the zodiac and planetary forces Uranus, Neptune and Pluto .. 14 Second test method: 10th, 1st and 7th house .. 15 planetary positions in the weighty houses 10, 1 and number of planets in houses 1, 7 and third test method : 10th, 1st and 7th solar field .. 17 planet positions in the 10th, 1st and 7th solar field. 18 Number of planets in solar fields 1, 7 and fourth test method: The 10th and 4th planetary field (square) planetary field and 10th house planetary field and 4th house comparison 10th and 4th planetary field ...

2 2 Fifth test procedure: 1st and 7th planetary field, planetary field and 1st house, planetary field, planetary field and 7th house. 29 Total number of planets in the 1st and 7th planetary field. 31 Sixth test method: 12th and 2nd planetary field planetary field and 2nd house planetary field and 12th house Seventh test method: 6th and 8th planetary field (quincunx) planetary field and 8th house planetary field and 6th house comparison: 6th and 8th planetary field total .. 42 Eighth test method: 5th and 9th planetary field (trine) planetary field and 5th house planetary field and 9th house Ninth test method: 3rd and 11th planetary field (sextile) .. 47 planets in the 3rd planetary field and 3rd house Planets in the 11th planetary field and 11th house Tenth test method: IC and MC .. 52 Eleventh test method: Ascendant and Descendant 54 Checking the results 56 Summary of the results. 56 planet positions in the houses. 60 planets in the 10th, 1st and 7th houses (according to Vehlow) 62 house problem 64 houses according to Placidus. 64 houses according to Koch. 65 examples of horoscopes 69 Michelangelo. 69 Pablo Picasso. 71 Max Prantl .. 73 Comparison of the horoscopes Neptune, Venus and Moon .. 75 Conclusion Horoscope data of the painters .. 76 Volume 3 Internationales Horoskope Lexikon Volume 4 Internationales Horoskope Lexikon ... 79

3 3 Introduction Can everything that Max Prantl wrote about astrology be proven with scientific methods or substantiated with sober numbers? * On the basis of his little book Astrology as Depth Psychology and Soul Medicine, several test methods can be derived relatively easily. If they are sensibly built up on top of one another, they can increasingly exclude the chance probability of conspicuous planetary positions and thus lead to clear objective results. Which planetary forces, aspects (planetary fields), signs of the zodiac and houses have a special influence on the inclinations and abilities of people in a certain professional group? What results will the test methods used below present? (* Note: For this reason, it would be sensible and recommended to have read the little book by Max Prantl beforehand, especially the section on planetary relationships (aspects) - in order to better understand the results and their relationships.) Can astrology be proven? Can astrology be proven with scientific methods or can the effects of forces that can be recognized from a birth picture be objectively proven with clear facts? The main task of astrologers is to record such complex effects of forces (planetary forces and their aspects among themselves, their positions in signs and houses, etc.) in a horoscope and to show them in a comprehensible, meaningful way. The danger of subjective perception and the appropriate interpretation of these effects of forces when analyzing a horoscope cannot be dismissed out of hand because of the lack of a uniform foundation in astrology. This is indicated, for example, by the different results of attempts to match with horoscopes. Above all, the application of the various preferred house systems brings a certain arbitrariness of the perception and interpretation of these forces into play, which is detrimental to any objective evidence. For example, a Mars in the 7th house has a different effect than its position in the 6th house. With the application of the inequitable house systems, Mars would be in front of the Descendant in the 6th house, with the equivalent house system according to Vehlow in the 7th house. (Note: There is also another equivalent house system in which the AC forms the beginning of the 1st house and thus the houses are shifted by 15 compared to the Vehlow houses. If I refer to the equivalent house system, it is always meant the Vehlow house system.) It will first be necessary to research which house system really produces the best results in order to start from a uniform basis. As long as it is not given, the analysis of a horoscope will primarily depend on the experience, talent and intuition of the astrologers. Research by the Gauquelins Some scientifically oriented astrologers tried to objectively prove the effects of planetary forces with empirical studies. The most famous studies and statistical surveys come from Michel Gauquelin and his wife Francoise. In over 40 years of tireless work they have achieved some very notable successes.

4 4 A short excerpt from the website of Dr. Peter Niehenke (Link: Critical Astrology Chapter 6.2 The Work of the GAUQULINS.) The GAUQUELINs examined the most diverse professional groups with data from various European and non-European countries. For this purpose, they collected officially secured dates of birth from more than famous people. The occupational groups they examined include athletes, the military, politicians, scientists, actors, writers, painters, musicians, (economic) managers and medical professionals. Only "outstanding" representatives of each professional group were included in their investigations: members of the Academy of Sciences, sports champions, award-winning artists, etc. When examining various professional groups, GAUQUELIN found statistically conspicuous deviations in the distribution of certain planets across the sectors z. For example, the planet Mars in a group of 576 members of the French Academy of Medicine at the time of their birth was much more frequent in the sectors after rising and after culmination than would be expected with a random distribution, just as striking was the distribution of the planet Saturn. In the sense of the medieval planet-child typology, these doctors would have been predominantly "Mars children" and / or "Saturn children". The distribution shows that sports champions are more likely to be born when Mars is rising or culminating (they have a "martial" character). Since this distribution of Mars for sports champions has been repeatedly confirmed in several independently conducted studies with data from different countries (EYSENCK / NIAS, 1982, 274ff), most recently by MÜLLER (1986), this is generally referred to in the literature "Mars Effect". How important the criterion is to choose only "outstanding" representatives of a certain professional group, Figure 3 from GAUQUELIN (1978), p. 54 shows the distribution of 717 "ordinary" athletes (dashed line in Figure 3)! We find a similar distribution of the planet Mars, with the exception of the medical professionals and athletes mentioned above, in the professional group of soldiers and scientists

5 5 (here together with Saturn). In contrast to this, Mars appears significantly less frequently in the professional group of writers, painters and musicians in the corresponding sectors. In the horoscopes of these professional groups, on the other hand, the moon more often takes the place that is occupied by Mars in athletes; In contrast, the moon is, vice versa, underrepresented in the professional group of athletes in these sectors. Finally, we find Jupiter in a similar distribution among actors and politicians. Another important excerpt from the chapter relating to the house systems: Another important limitation of the GAUQUELIN's results with regard to the compatibility with the astrological tradition is that, according to this tradition, a planet is particularly significant in the vicinity of rise and culmination , but not after the rise and culmination, but shortly before it, i.e. when it is in the "fields" 1, 4, 7 or 10, the so-called "corner fields" (see Chapter 2). There have been various attempts to explain the deviating results of the GAUQUELINs with systematic inaccuracies in the registration of the birth times (VOSS 1964), because in the last century and at the beginning of this century (and most of the birth dates of the GAUQUELINs come from this time) only the birth times specified to the hour. Studies by Francoise GAUQUELIN (1959) show, however, that this assumption is not tenable. In the Vehlow house system (ancient house system) the ascendant forms the center of the 1st house. (At the 1st house all other houses are lined up with 30.) The 1st house thus begins 15 in front of the AC and a certain proportion of the sectors of the conspicuous clustering of planets in certain occupational groups determined by the Gauquelins would be here in the 1. House fall. Likewise, the 10th house - regardless of the MC, which has another important meaning - would always occupy the same place in the horoscope and would also coincide with part of the sectors of the clustering of certain planets. Compared to all other house systems, the equivalent house system according to Vehlow would meet the research results of the Gauquelins and also the knowledge of the astrological tradition about the special effects of the corner fields. The question of the objective provability of astrology has preoccupied me a lot, especially in recent years. In my two contributions, The Vehlow House System and the Planetary Fields and Planets and their Domiciles, I have already discussed this in more detail. My own research results listed therein show the strong influence of the 10th, 1st, but also the 7th house in a horoscope (only with the Vehlow house system) and in turn partly confirm the research results of the Gauquelins. While the investigations of the Gauquelins were mainly focused on the outer circle, which is divided into 36 sectors (10 per sector) in a horoscope and consequently the results can be of great importance for further research into the correct house system, I related in my own investigations, Inspired by Max Prantl's little book, Astrology as depth psychology and healing of the soul, including the planetary fields. (The results can be read and checked in both articles.) Due to many horoscope examples I was able to z. B. prove for me that the 10th, 1st and 7th solar fields have a similarly strong effect as the corresponding 10th, 1st and 7th house. The 2nd and 8th solar fields (and house) also indicate a special weighting. But also the imprints, which emanate from the force fields (vibration fields) of the individual signs of the zodiac on the planetary forces (and houses) in them, are to be included. They in turn trigger an increased effect (resonance) of the masters of these force fields (see 2nd article). Based on my experience, I therefore consider an equal weighting for both

6 6 categories - aspects of the planets (planetary fields) on the one hand and planetary positions in the signs (imprinting of the planetary forces through the force fields of the signs) on the other hand - appropriate. Both of my contributions related to the content of Max Prantl's booklet Astrology as depth psychology and healing of the soul. Can everything that Max Prantl wrote about astrology also be proven with scientific methods or substantiated with sober numbers? Several test methods can be derived relatively easily on the basis of his little book. If they are sensibly built up on top of one another, they can increasingly exclude the chance probability of conspicuous planetary positions and thus lead to clear objective results. Which planetary forces, aspects, signs of the zodiac and houses have a special influence on the inclinations and abilities of people in a certain occupational group? What results will the test methods used below present? Choosing the professional group For the selection of the horoscopes of a professional group, Volumes 2, 3 and 4 of the international horoscopes lexicons are available to me. It was out of my gut feeling that I decided on the professional group of painters. When looking at artist horoscopes in general, one can often see a strong emphasis on Venus and / or the moon and / or Neptune. The corresponding signs Libra, Taurus, Cancer and Pisces are also often noticeably represented. Which planetary forces or planetary forces or signs of the zodiac and houses actually have the greatest effect overall in this professional group? (Note: for the sake of simplicity, I also refer to the sun and moon as planetary forces in this study.) Selection conditions: 1. Only horoscopes from group 1 (confirmed dates of birth) were allowed to be taken into account, which restricted the selection. 2. The job title painter had to be given in the 2nd line and should also appear clearly in the following short biography. (With a few exceptions, most of them have additional job titles such as graphic artist, designer, etcher, draftsman, lithographer, art historian, sculptor, sculptor, illustrator, set designer, etc.) Some horoscopes with additional job titles that could also be assigned to other professional groups, such as B. physicians and writers, however, were not taken into account. All horoscopes that met the conditions of this selection process were numbered sequentially as they were listed in the lexicons. I included a total of 192 horoscopes in the analysis. I had overlooked a few horoscopes when I leafed through them for the first time. But after the number 192 seemed ideal for calculating an average value, I was satisfied with it. (All horoscope data are listed under the note at the end of the study.) Note: With a few exceptions, the horoscopes come from the period of As you can see from the horoscope data, the times of birth are given here, apart from a few individual cases, only to the full hour (on or rounded). Time inconsistencies of up to half an hour could therefore also be possible in individual horoscopes. These discrepancies must be taken into account in some test procedures (position of the planets, ascendant ...).

7 7 Procedure I entered planets, aspects, etc. in prepared lists using the number (numbering) assigned to the horoscope. Is z. For example, in horoscope no.17 the moon in the 1st solar field, the number 17 was entered under this aspect. In this way I had control over the individual horoscopes and double entries were also made, as they are e.g. B. can occur in simple tally, avoided. My task consisted of reading the individual planet statuses, aspects ... from the horoscopes very carefully and conscientiously (that was what counted) and entering them into the lists. Effects of the signs of the zodiac, houses and planets What are the effects of the individual signs of the zodiac, the houses and planets? Max Prantl writes: The zodiac is the force field of the initially supersensible outer world, the outer astral world, with which the image of the birth is concerned. Depending on its connections with the houses and the positions of the planets, the zodiac shows the effect of the outside world on man and the effect of man on the outside world. What are the houses? The essential content of the houses largely corresponds to the essential content of the zodiac signs of the same number. They show the inner world of the human being, but only show the day-conscious soul life and the actions arising from it: they are day-conscious fields. The twelve houses show the different areas of life of day-conscious feeling and thinking, and the deeds and events that arise from them. The houses alone only show: what is felt, thought, done, suffered. How this happens is shaped by the signs of the zodiac and planets that are connected to the individual house. (If a part of a house, e.g. a third, is in a different sign, this other sign is taken into account with the same proportion for the imprint of this house.) The type and functioning of day consciousness is thus determined by the astral outside world of the moment of birth . What are the planets with the sun and moon in the birth chart? They are centers of force in the astral world that affect the whole embodied being. They also have an effect on the physical body, which the birth picture does not directly show, on the cell structures and organs capable of resonance for them, by way of the detour via the, chakras, (ray centers) of the etheric body, which correspond to the planets. For example, when I checked the horoscopes of top athletes, I found a much stronger planetary occupation of the signs Scorpio and Leo and also a stronger weighting of the rulers of these signs. Mars, Pluto and the sun (and the rulers of the 1st house - Aries house) not only often assumed dominant positions in the above-mentioned houses and planetary fields, but also gained additional weight as rulers over other planets, which are in the signs of Scorpio , Leo and Aries found.For this purpose, particular attention must be paid to the effect of chains of authority, endings of authority, receptions (mutual authority positions), which in turn point to the concentration of certain areas of life. Planets in one's own domicile with a pronounced position of authority naturally have a strong, direct impact on the horoscope owners. For example, if Venus is in Libra and Saturn, Jupiter and Uranus in Taurus, Venus in its own sign (same fundamental vibration), as ruler over these forces, has a strong, unambiguous (unmixed)

8 8 Take effect. Venus is also made to vibrate by Saturn, Jupiter and Uranus in the Taurus sign (resonance vibrations). The same vibrations of the Taurus sign and Venus itself are equivalent to a resonance effect. The identical forces of separation and unification, forces of harmony, among others, of Venus and the force field of the Libra sign behind it, shape the behavior and actions of the horoscope owner in a particularly direct way. (But the positions of Neptune and Pluto as the forces that resonate with the Libra sign (harmonics) are important here.) If Venus is also in pronounced planetary fields and houses, its dominance will be even more pronounced. Thus, regardless of the great importance of the planetary aspects (planetary fields), a significantly higher planetary occupation of certain signs in an occupational group not only indicates a greater significance of these signs for the respective occupational group (area of ​​life), but in turn leads to a stronger weighting of the rulers recognize these signs in the horoscope (resonance of the rulers). You should therefore take a special look at them. 1. Test procedure: Evaluation of the planetary positions in the individual signs of the zodiac The given horoscopes cover, apart from a few, the period from around 1800 to Pluto, during this period the signs Pisces to Cancer, Neptune the signs Scorpio to Leo. They must be considered separately in the first test procedure, as this would exclude some characters. Uranus wandered through all the signs during this period and can therefore be included directly in the evaluation. Sun to Uranus are therefore included in the direct evaluation, i.e. a total of 8. With a total of 192 horoscopes and 12 signs of the zodiac, there is a presumed average value (* comparative value or mean value) for the individual planet positions of 16 per sign (192: 12 = 16). Is z. B. Sun or Mars 16x in each sign, the result could also correspond to a random expectation. If the number is above or below it, it becomes more important in this test procedure. The average value of all 8 planets in one sign is 16 x 8 = 128. If the value is also significantly above this number, this sign is of greater importance in this professional group and consequently also the rulers of these signs. (With 10 planets the average value is 160.) Whether the significant results in this evaluation are only random values ​​can be proven in an overall context of the results of all subsequent test methods. The AC and DC are taken into account in a different test procedure. * Note: Astronomical and demoscopic factors for calculating a basic probability (probability calculations), such as B. Birth statistics over the year and others are deliberately not taken into account in this analysis. My study is not based on the scientific standards of statistics with control numbers. I am starting from a different level of reference and observation here. This investigation focuses exclusively on the expressiveness of birth pictures by important painters. (For the informative value of a horoscope, it is irrelevant whether more people were born under the sign of Cancer or Capricorn in the year of birth of the horoscope owner, or whether the moon was more often in the sign of Aries or Libra, as well as for astrologers such factors in the overall analysis of a horoscope are irrelevant). As a comparative value, the average value of 16 therefore only refers to the horoscope circle, to the twelve signs of the same size, houses and planetary fields, regardless of other external conditions. (Where I find it necessary, I will go into some astronomical features in more detail or take them into account in the results.)

9 9 In this test procedure, all criteria (all planetary fields aspects - the 10 planets, house and sign positions of all planets) of the individual horoscopes are recorded and thus also all completely different periods of the sign and house positions, the slow and fast walkers with their aspects ( Planetary fields). (The uniqueness of each individual birth picture is thus taken into account and is contained in the numerical values ​​and results.) (This experiment is also primarily about the truth content of the book Astrology as depth psychology and healing of the soul in a comparison with 192 birth pictures by Maler Which similarities, analogies can be determined in this horoscope comparison, which significant results do the planetary fields and the equivalent house system show, which planetary power has the greatest overall effect in this group of artists ...? The comparison value serves in this sense only as a clue or orientation aid.) The simple hypothesis of this test arrangement is: If a person is shaped by cosmic influences at birth, significant similarities of these cosmic influences should be demonstrable in birth pictures of the same occupational groups. Planetary positions in the zodiac signs Aries Taurus Gemini Cancer Leo Virgo Sun (16) Moon Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus result (128) Neptune Pluto total (160) Libra Scorpio Sagittarius Capricorn Aquarius Pisces Sun (16) Moon Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus result ( 128) Neptune Pluto overall (160)

10 10 Planetary positions 1st result Aries Taurus Gemini Cancer Leo Virgo Libra Scorpio Sagittarius Capricorn Aquarius Pisces Total planetary positions Aries Taurus Gemini Cancer Leo Virgo Libra Scorpio Sagittarius Capricorn Aquarius Pisces

11 11 Weights of the signs of the zodiac and planetary forces Despite my initial concerns as to whether the number of horoscopes would be sufficient for a significant result, the result surprised me. To a large extent it is also in accordance with the knowledge of traditional astrology. Venus, which is likely to exert a great influence (sense of harmony) on the art of painting, is by far in Pisces (28), in the sign of its exaltation. (The signs of exaltation, countersign, etc. belong to the essence of the signs themselves.) Overall, the Venus sign Taurus has the most planetary positions (220). (The impressive peak formation of the slow-paced Neptune and Pluto in the Taurus sign catches the eye.) The Libra sign (147) takes 2nd place in the 8 planets just after the Pisces sign (151), with a clear gap compared to the average value of 128 Venus as the sole ruler of the Taurus sign and main ruler of the Libra sign has additional importance. Still noteworthy: Despite its high number in the Pisces sign, Venus is still above the comparative value of 16 in its own sign Taurus (19) and Libra (18) and also in Cancer (18), Aries (18) and Virgo (21). Capricorn (9), Scorpio (10) and Gemini (11) have the lowest number. (Scorpio counter-sign of Venus.) The sun as the central force is also above average in Taurus (18) and Libra (19). Also noticeable: Mars is most often in Libra (22) and Taurus (21) next to Gemini (21). The moon (form-forming power of the subconscious, fantasy, creative power, desire power) has a significantly high value in Libra (24). It is also above average in Aries (21), Taurus (17), Cancer (17) and Pisces (17). The Pisces symbol takes 1st place (151) among the 8 planets and also 3rd place overall (191). Compared to the signs Aries to Cancer (including Neptune and Pluto) it is very clearly above both average values. (Whereby it must be taken into account that the Libra sign could possibly be just as clearly above both average values ​​if Neptune and Pluto would also have passed through the Libra sign in this period.) Neptune as the main ruler of the Pisces sign and co-ruler of the Libra sign (and Scorpio sign) is unusual large distance in the Venus sign Taurus (39). Venus as ruler of the Taurus sign is again unusually high in the Pisces sign (28). But also Pluto as co-ruler of the Pisces and Libra signs (and main ruler of the Scorpio sign) is in Taurus with an enormously high number (58). (The conjunction of Neptune and Pluto, which existed for a long time in Taurus and Gemini, has to be taken into account.) Which connections really arise here between Venus in Pisces (28) and the other planetary forces should certainly be instructive. In this regard, I took a closer look at the 28 horoscopes.

12 12 Here is a list: Taurus Libra Neptune 7 Pluto 8 Moon 5 3 Mars 6 2 Jupiter 3 3 Uranus 2 4 Saturn 3 1 Sun 1 1st House House House 2 3 In all 28 birth pictures the Taurus or the Libra sign is occupied (AC and DC included). Venus in Pisces is in a total of 18 birth pictures in reception with Neptune and / or Pluto in Taurus (13), with Jupiter in Taurus and Jupiter in Libra. The mutual master positions (mutual resonance vibrations) emphasize the importance of these signs (and planets). Also noticeable is the presence of the moon (in the sign of its exaltation) and Mars in Taurus, which is far beyond chance. The great importance of Venus as ruler over these planetary positions is also evident here. Some notable results from the first test procedure in relation to the Pisces sign are still to be emphasized: The sun is in second place after Leo (24) in the Pisces sign (21). The moon (17), Mercury (19), Saturn (19) and Uranus (19) in Pisces are also above the comparative value of 16. Jupiter as a meaning-giving and meaning-seeking force and also ruler over the Pisces sign and sole ruler of the Sagittarius sign, in which Neptune is in his exaltation, should be examined a little more closely. He is most often in the Leo sign (23), in his own sign Sagittarius (19) and in the Cancer sign (19), the sign of his exaltation. Also noteworthy: Saturn is most frequently found in its own signs Aquarius (21) and Virgo (20), followed by Libra (19), the sign of his exaltation, and Pisces (19), counter-sign of Saturn. The strong emphasis on the Pisces sign caused me to determine under this test whether there is an analogy between the planetary positions of the Pisces sign and the 12th house (fish house). Both Max Prantl and traditional astrology assume an analogous, meaning-corresponding effect. (As already mentioned, the same mean value of 16 applies to the equivalent houses (30) as to the characters of the same size.) I made a comparison here:

13 13 Pisces 12th house Sun (16) Moon Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto in total (160) Striking: The sun as the central force is above average in the 12th house, as are the Moon, Mercury, Saturn and Uranus. Then there are Mars and Neptune. The average value of 160 is also clearly exceeded here. This comparison suggests that the Pisces sign and the 12th house as a whole support the inner disposition to painting. (The results seem all the more remarkable when you consider that the planetary positions in the houses are constellations of the day, compared to the completely different time periods of the fast and slow walkers in the signs.) The Taurus and Libra signs also emphasized their strong significance . Also noticeable is the relatively good performance of Aries, Leo and Virgo in some individual results for the 8 planets (without taking Neptune and Pluto into account). The results also indicate that there was a higher number of painters in certain periods of time (positions mainly of the outer planets Neptune, Pluto and Uranus in the signs of generation aspects, zeitgeist). Because of the high planetary positions in the Taurus sign, I also made a comparison with the 2nd house (Taurus house): Taurus 2nd house Sun (16) Moon Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus 6 16 Neptune Pluto in total (160) The analogy seems to be true here too to confirm: The comparative value of 160 is also very clearly exceeded here. Saturn (26) has the highest single value here. But the sun (19), moon (20), Mercury (21), Mars (20) and Jupiter (19) are also above the comparative value of 16.

14 14 Uranus, Neptune and Pluto Max Prantl writes that the main force of the higher planets (Uranus, Neptune and Pluto) is Jupiter, with two of the lower planets aside. It is therefore advisable to briefly look at the essential components of the external planetary forces (according to M. Prantl) before the next test procedure: Uranus (power of knowledge, explosive power) as a synthesis of Mercury, Mars and Jupiter: power of direct perception (Mercury / Jupiter), the knowledge of the whole, knowledge of the origin and the goal, the overall development (Mercury / Jupiter), cognitive power of near (Mercury) and far (Jupiter), the short-range and long-term goals by blasting (Mars) all limits of time and space power suddenly ( Mars) developments (Jupiter), power of shaking, shaking, shattering. (Instantaneous knowledge, suddenly changing consciousness - spiritual awakening.) Neptune (power of enlightenment and redemption) as synthesis of Mercury, Venus and Jupiter: power of reconciliation of the earthly (Venus) with the eternal (Jupiter), power of closed, versatile ( Mercury), mysterious blossoming (Venus) developments (Jupiter), power of unity (Venus) of near (Mercury) and distance (Jupiter), power of unification (Venus) of all levels of the world with the divine spirit world (Jupiter). Power of cooperation (Venus), the complement of belief and knowledge, of understanding (Mercury) and reason (Jupiter), of observation (Mercury) and looking (Jupiter), of religion (Jupiter), of art (Venus) and science ( Mercury / Jupiter). Power of the polar complement of I and you, of man and woman, of inner world and outer world, of higher I (Jupiter) and lower I (Venus, Mercury), of content and form. (Expansion into the world, limitless.) Pluto (transformative power, connecting and separating power, separation of spirits, the I-Thou connections - destructive power) as a synthesis of Venus, Mars and Jupiter: transforming power - radical (Mars) changes of being (Venus / Jupiter) , radical (Mars) rearrangements. Destructive power (Mars), power to dissolve the innermost connections. Extreme (Mars) forces of connection and separation (Venus), power of spiritual (Jupiter) and earthly death (Mars / Venus), power of unity (Venus) through separation from the alien (Venus / Jupiter). Power of unveiling, the dissolution of secrets, previously unsolved questions (Neptune's complementary power), power of transfiguration (Venus / Jupiter) - purification, clarification, elimination of the alien, the survived, decomposed, consumed from the realm of the body, consciousness or community. (Transformation to freedom.) In addition to Neptune, Pluto also has a part of Venus. To what extent does the Pluto force with its Venus part have an effect in the artistic field (Pluto, co-ruler of the Libra and Pisces signs)? (M. Prantl also describes the Pluto force as the complementary force of Neptune.)

15 15 2nd test procedure: 10th, 1st and 7th house (houses according to Vehlow) Which results do the weighty (corner) houses 10, 1 and 7 present in this professional group? With three houses the total average value is 48. Planet positions in the weighty houses 10, 1 and 7 Sun Moon Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto 10. House (16) 1st house Total house (48) Planet positions houses 10, 1 and 7 Sun Moon Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto House 1. House 7. House In the significant houses 10, 1 and 7, Neptune (56) shows the highest total, followed by Mars (54), Pluto (53), Moon (51) and Venus (49). Jupiter still reaches the comparative value of 48. The lowest values ​​are recorded here by Uranus (32), Saturn (38) and Mercury (40). (Neptune in analogy to the Pisces sign achieves the highest value - Saturn and Mercury in analogy to the Virgo sign, counter-sign of Neptune, have the lowest values ​​with Uranus.) Remarkable: In my 1st contribution, in which I am without exception with politicians horoscopes from outstanding representatives (often leaders) of a country, it was especially Saturn, Jupiter and Uranus, which often appeared in the 10th, 1st and 7th houses and / or in the corresponding solar fields (or planetary fields). I also noticed these aspects in the horoscopes of entrepreneurs and scientists.

16 16 M. Gauquelin found a significantly higher proportion of Jupiter in the conspicuous sectors among politicians and actors, and a higher proportion of Mars and Saturn among scientists and soldiers. In the case of musicians, painters and writers, however, M. Gauquelin found a significantly higher presence of the moon. This again coincides with part of the results above. The moon (21) and Venus (23) are clearly above the comparative value of 16 in the 10th house. The result of Neptune in the 7th house was surprising. It seems that Neptune in the 7th house (weighing house) has a strong influence (inspiration) on painting. In the 1st test procedure, Venus had the highest value in the Pisces sign of the 8 planets (28), here Neptune, as the main ruler of the Pisces sign, had the highest value (29) in the 7th house.In this way, Neptune could indirectly confirm its analogy with the Libra sign (co-ruler of the Libra sign). Individual high values ​​of some planets are still worth checking. In which signs do they have an effect? Pluto in the 10th house (28): Aries 9 (2x in the 1st moon field, 1x in the 1st Venus field) Pisces 6 Taurus 6 Gemini 4 (3x in the 1st Neptune field) Cancer 3 Although Pluto is almost exclusively in the signs Pisces up to Cancer stops, the result of the listing is quite revealing. The unusually high number of Pluto in the 10th house indicates that he too has a greater impact in this professional group. Noticeable is its relatively high presence in the sign of Aries. Pluto seems to have a similar effect in artist horoscopes as in sports horoscopes. However, while the Scorpio sign (main sign of Pluto) is more strongly emphasized in sports horoscopes (often in the 1st house - Aries house), in artist horoscopes it is the Pisces and Libra signs Pluto, co-rulers of these signs. The sun in the 10th house (20) is most often in the sign Taurus (4), Libra (3), Aquarius (3), Pisces (2) and Aries (2). Jupiter in the 10th house (17) is noticeably high in the 1st moon field (4) and 12th Venus field (5) and Saturn in the 10th house (16) is very meaningful in the 7th Neptune field (4), 1st moon field (3) , 1. Venus field (3) and in Libra (4), the sign of his exaltation. Mars in the 1st house (21): Libra 4 (1x in the 1st Venus field, 1x in the 7th Neptune field) Virgo 3 (2x in the 7th moon field, 1x in the 1st moon field) Leo 3 (1x in the 1st moon field, 1x in the 7th Neptune field) Gemini 3 (1x in the 7th Neptune field) Pisces 2 (1x in the 1st Venus field) Cancer 2 Aquarius 2 (2x in the 1st Venus field) Taurus 1 Scorpio 1 (in the 7th Neptune field)

17 17 In comparison: Mars in the 10th house (16). Libra 2 (2x in the 1st Venus field) Cancer 2 (2x in the 1st moon field) Taurus 2 Scorpio 2 (2x in the 7th moon field) Capricorn 2 (1x in the 1st Neptune field, 1x in the 7th Neptune field) Virgo 2 (1x in the 7th field) Neptune field, 1x in the 7th moon field) Gemini 2 Leo 1 Pisces 1 Mars in the 1st and 10th house presents itself here in very strikingly emphasized aspects (1st and 7th planetary field) with Neptune, Moon and Venus. Remarkable: Mars in the 1st house is also extraordinarily high here in the 4th field of Venus (6) from the 10th house (strong dominance of Venus in the 10th house and 10th Martian field). Number of planets in houses 1, 7 and 10. The number of all planets in the weighty houses 1, 7 and 10 should also be significant. Evaluation: 1st house 7th house 10th house (160) In the 1st and 7th house the number of planets is clearly below the average value of 160. In the 10th house, however, it is significantly higher. (In addition to the 2nd (178) and 12th house (174), the 10th house is also more important in this occupational group.) In the comparatively weak 7th house, only Neptune (29) is a major exception. As a result, its extraordinarily high number in this House is particularly noteworthy. 3rd test procedure: 10th, 1st and 7th solar field As can be seen from my 1st article, the solar fields have a similarly strong effect (weighting) as the houses. A direct comparison could also provide information here. Venus and Mercury, due to their proximity to the sun, cannot, however, be taken into account here. (Only the 1st solar field would have to be taken into account here.) They are included in a different test procedure. (Note: Due to astronomical conditions (distance, planetary speed, apparent retrograde, overtaking effects), the length of time Mars remains in the 1st solar field is much longer (approx. 4 5 times as high) than in the 7th solar field opposite. This also applies to solar fields 11, 12, 2 and 3 compared to 5, 6, 8 and 9, but in a continuously increasing and decreasing dwell time. The length of stay of Mars in these fields is consequently different; based on a statistical expectation, the values ​​of Mars in these also rise or fall Fields. (In the 4th and 10th solar fields, the values ​​would be based on the duration of a statistical expectation

18 18 approximately correspond to the comparative value of 16.) This astronomical effect also affects the outer planets Jupiter to Pluto. But the greater the distance and the slower the orbital movement, the less the difference in length of stay in the individual solar fields is of importance. Jupiter can e.g. B. have a ratio of about 38 days in the 1st solar field to 26 days in the 7th solar field, Neptune or Pluto z. B. a ratio of only 31 or 32 days compared to 27 or 28 days in the 7th solar field. (Due to the close proximity of Mercury and Venus to the sun, the length of stay of the outer planets is also different in the Mercury and Venus fields.) Despite this astronomical fact, I stick to the comparative value of 16, since the values ​​in the overall result of the 1st Balance the 7th and 10th solar fields again. I will take this astronomical peculiarity into account in the individual results in order to avoid irritation.) Planetary positions in the 10th, 1st and 7th solar field Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto 10th solar field (16) 1st solar field Total solar field (48) Venus in the 1st solar field: 42 planet positions Solar fields 10, 1 and 7 Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Solar field 1st solar field 7th solar field Neptune (56) and Mars (55) also take the top positions overall. But Pluto (53) also surprises again with a higher value. (The astronomical peculiarity described above is expressed in the result of Mars in the 1st solar field (32) compared to the 7th solar field (7) - and also in the result for Jupiter and Saturn. In contrast, the higher results for Uranus, Neptune and Pluto in the powerful 10th solar field.) The ranking of the first three planets is in accordance with the results of the corresponding corner houses. Only the moon and Uranus differ greatly.

19 19 The moon takes last place here. Neptune is here in all three fields above the average value of 16. Mars (passionate commitment) in the 1st solar field and mostly the sun itself is here most often in Pisces (5), Leo (5), Libra (4) and Capricorn ( 4). In this aspect too, Mars and / or the sun are often in the 1st field of Venus or the 1st or 7th field of Neptune and the moon. This time Pluto in the 10th solar field (22) is divided as follows: Taurus (9), Gemini (6), Aries (4), Pisces (2) and Cancer (1). In Gemini he is twice in the 1st Neptune field, 1x in the 1st moon field and 1x in the 7th moon field. This time, in the division of the individual character positions in the 10th solar field, Pluto shows an approximate ratio to the numerical values ​​of the individual character positions in the 1st test procedure. Uranus in the 10th solar field (23) is most often found in the signs Cancer (4), Libra (4) and Sagittarius (4). In the Sagittarius sign he is twice in the 1st Neptune field and 2x in the 7th Neptune field. These results make it clear again what formative influences in this group of painters, especially the zodiac signs Taurus, Pisces, Cancer and Libra, exert on the planetary forces within them and also from the conjunction or opposition of these planets with their ruler Neptune , Moon and Venus. Also significant: Jupiter in the 10th solar field (18) is represented far above average in its own sign Sagittarius (6). Inspiration and search for meaning. Number of planets in solar fields 1, 7 and 10. The number of planets in the weighty solar fields 1, 7 and 10 should also be important here. Because Mercury and Venus are excluded here, the average value is 112 (7 planets x16). Evaluation: 1st solar field 7th solar field 10th solar field (112) The 1st solar field (137) and 10th solar field (127) are above the average value of 112, the 7th solar field (88) very clearly below. (The higher value in the 1st solar field and the lower value in the 7th solar field are therefore also in an astronomical random expectation.) Only Neptune in the 7th solar field (17) is just above the comparison value. 4. Test procedure: 10th and 4th planetary field (square) From M. Prantl's description of the planetary fields it can be seen that the 10th planetary field or 10th house has the greatest effect (power aspect), but also the greatest imbalance between two Planetary forces (or planets in the 10th house and the AC). With a planet in the 10th planetary field (between 75 and 105 distance to the previous planet) or in the 10th house, the following applies as with no other aspect: Whoever is given power should handle it wisely. A planet (or the AC) in the 10th field of another planet dominates like this planetary force, whereas the 2nd planetary force has a restriction, rest position of its power (in the 4th field of this planet or in the 4th house) like the 1st planetary force learns. This effect can be determined relatively easily, especially in professional groups. The sign of the zodiac (and house), in which a dominant planet is located, gains in importance here, as does the planetary force itself. Here too, of course, the comparative value of 16 per 10th planetary field applies.

20 20 For the moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto the total average value is 144, for the sun, Mercury and Venus it is 112. In addition, there is the 10th house and it rises to 160 and 128, respectively. Note: On the basis of Max Prantl's little book, on which this horoscope comparison is based, the planetary fields of all planets have a characteristic effect on the horoscope owners. With reference to this starting point of my test arrangement, the aspects of all planets and thus also those of the slow-speed runners among each other must therefore be included in the individual test procedures, otherwise this would lead to a distortion of the results. In traditional astrology, too, one assumes the effect of the aspects (in a narrower orb) of all planets and thus this aspect is also taken into account in the individual test procedures. 10th planetary field and 10th house moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto in the 10th solar field (16) in the 10th moon field in the 10th Mercury field in the 10th Venus field in the 10th Mars field in the 10th Jupiter field in the 10th Saturn field in the 10th Uranus field in 10. Neptune field in 10th Pluto field Result (144) in 10th house total (160) 10th planetary field and 10th house Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Sun field 10th Moon field 10th Mercury field 10th Venus field 10th Mars field 10th Jupiter field 10th Saturn field 10. Uranus field 10. Neptune field 10. Pluto field 10. House

21 21 Sun Mercury Venus in the 10th moon field (16) in the 10th Mars field in the 10th Jupiter field in the 10th Saturn field in the 10th Uranus field in the 10th Neptune field in the 10th Pluto field Result (112) in the 10th house in total (128) 10th Planetary field and 10th house sun Mercury Venus 10th moon field 10th Mars field 10th Jupiter field 10th Saturn field 10th Uranus field 10th Neptune field 10th Pluto field 10th House Neptune (197) is the only planetary force very well above the overall average value of 160. He is also in the individual evaluation in the 10th field of 7 planets z. T. very significantly above the comparative value of 16. This result in the individual evaluation and overall evaluation was not achieved by any other planetary force. Thus Neptune was the only planetary force to maintain and confirm its uniformly strong tendency from the 1st to the 4th test procedure. It is most numerous in the important houses and solar fields (1, 7 and 10) and the 10th planetary fields and so far it has had the greatest impact overall in this professional group. See also, in analogy to Neptune, the great influence of the Pisces sign (Neptune, main ruler) in this professional group. (Saturn (150) - counterforce from Neptune - and Uranus (154) show the lowest values ​​of the outer planets overall.) 4th planetary field and 4th house The above result can be differentiated even more precisely. As already shown above, a planetary force in the 10th field of a planet always results in its 4th field (rest position). Is z. B. Neptune 20x in the 10th field of the sun, the sun is therefore 20x in the 4th field of Neptune. For this reason, it is also necessary to list the 4th planetary field in order to get a general overview of how numerous a planet is in the 10th and 4th field (dominance and restriction) of the other planets.