Date sent: Wed, 04 Nov 1998 10:08:30
> What everyone is missing is
that the importance of this system is not
> the TNP's but the dial technique's,
which also includes the 360 degree
> dial and the personal point
horoscopes, axis and antiscia, planetary
> pictures, and then the TNP's.
Steve, you were so right to draw attention to this paragraph
Arlene's. Its one of the most important points to appear on
this list, in my view.
It seems arrogant for me to suggest adding any comment to hers, but
like to re-enforce the fact that the Hamburg School technique of symmetry
is very effective *even without the use of the TNP's,* as Svehla has
pointed out in his course(?).
And I note that Arlene, quite rightly, has not even metioned the
sensitive points, which I'd put under
the heading of "Advanced
Techniques", but I've know some who try to *commence* their study
Thanks indeed, Arlene!
Date sent: Mon, 2 Nov 1998 17:07:37
Subject: Re: ## Darcy:
Origins of TNP names
Be sure to read Arlene's last paragraph !
Thanks, Arlene. -
What we did was a research on meanings of the TNP's. The project was
In 1991 Charles Emerson and myself were co-editors of the Winter 1991-92
issue of the NCGR Journal. That issue was strictly Uranian/Coasmobioloy,
in it I wrote an article on the transneps. Everytime I write an article
add new meanings for the TNP's. In the fall 1997 issue of the NCGR
I wrote an article on Hitler and added on to the meanings of the TNP's.
Witte can only be credited with having found four of the TNP's, Cupido,
Hades, Zeus and Kronos. The second four were found by Lefeldt. In fact
Rules for Planetary Pictures being used now, are the Witte-Lefeld Rules
for Planetary Pictures.
The old rules book, which I have a copy of is entitled " Uranian System
Astrology (Hamburg School by Alfred Witte) Rules for Plantary Pictures
from "Regelwerk" by A.Witte & L. Rudolph) translated by Richard
This book contains only the first four thransneptunians.
What everyone is missing is that
the importance of this system is not the
TNP's but the dial technique's,
which also includes the 360 degree dial
and the personal point horoscopes,
axis and antiscia, planetary pictures,
and then the TNP's.