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eBook The New American Midpoint Ephemeris 2006-2020 ePub

by Rique Pottenger,Roger Hutcheon,Neil F. Michelsen

  • ISBN: 0976242273
  • Category: Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Rique Pottenger,Roger Hutcheon,Neil F. Michelsen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Starcrafts Publishing (September 12, 2007)
  • Pages: 188
  • ePub book: 1323 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1700 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 652

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For astrologers who study midpoints, this new 15-year ephemeris will be a must have. Rique Pottenger has revised and updated the programming of the late Neil F. Michelsen's prior versions to extend the years.

For astrologers who study midpoints, this new 15-year ephemeris will be a must have.

Start by marking The New American Midpoint Ephemeris 2006-2020 as. . Michelsen's prior versions to extend the years, now 2006 through 2020

Start by marking The New American Midpoint Ephemeris 2006-2020 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Michelsen's prior versions to extend the years, now 2006 through 2020. Ceres, newly named to the same planetary status as Pluto, is included in all midpoint combinations. Midpoints often reflect events in very For astrologers who study midpoints, this new 15-year ephemeris will be a "must have.

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Rique Pottenger, Neil F. Michelsen, Roger Hutcheon. For astrologers who study midpoints, this new 15-year ephemeris will be a "must have. Ceres, newly named to the same planetary status as Pluto, is included in all midpoint combinations

For astrologers who study midpoints, this new 15-year ephemeris will be a "must have. Michelsen's prior versions to extend the years, now 2006 through 2020

For astrologers who study midpoints, this new 15-year ephemeris will be a "must have.

For astrologers who study midpoints, this new 15-year ephemeris will be a.This book allows quick scanning of transiting midpoint combinations-a.

For astrologers who study midpoints, this new 15-year ephemeris will be a "must have. This book allows quick scanning of transiting midpoint combinations-a highly significant time saver over the unwieldy alternative of having to calculate each combination. An Introduction by Roger Hutcheon explains midpoint theory and the advantages of this ephemeris. Starcrafts Pub. Book Format.

June 8, 2011 History. The new American midpoint ephemeris, 2006-2020 Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The new American midpoint ephemeris, 2006-2020 from your list? The new American midpoint ephemeris, 2006-2020. 1st ed. by Rique Pottenger. Published 2007 by Starcrafts Pub. in Exeter, NH. Written in English.

In 2006, Rique Pottenger revised and updated Michelsen's earlier work with The New American Ephemeris for the 21st Century 2000-2100 at Midnight, complete with newly named planets Ceres and Eris, plus much more. Now, following the debut of the big full century book, astrologers will find this new, lightweight 14-year version a "must have!" In easy -to-scan . 5 x 11 format, it has all the new features of its forerunner and even more. For each month you'll also find a daily Declination and Latitude Table and a detailed Daily Aspectarian.

Since then, Rique Pottenger, who had been mentored by Neil and was employed by him at ACS, has been .

Since then, Rique Pottenger, who had been mentored by Neil and was employed by him at ACS, has been head programmer, maintaining the ACS computer system as needed.

Introductory materials: Neil F. Michelsen, 1931-1990 Books by Neil F. Michelsen The Uranian Transneptunes A Brief Introduction to. Michelsen The Uranian Transneptunes A Brief Introduction to Uranian Astrology, by Maria Kay Simms. The Ephemeris, 1900-2050 at Midnight, positions given every five days. Contents: Welcome, from Maria Kay Simms (publisher) Introduction, by Roger Hutcheon.

For astrologers who study midpoints, this new 15-year ephemeris will be a "must have." Rique Pottenger has revised and updated the programming of the late Neil F. Michelsen's prior versions to extend the years, now 2006 through 2020. Ceres, newly named to the same planetary status as Pluto, is included in all midpoint combinations. Midpoints often reflect events in very close timing, when single planet transits alone may not. This book allows quick scanning of transiting midpoint combinations-a highly significant time saver over the unwieldy alternative of having to calculate each combination. An Introduction by Roger Hutcheon explains midpoint theory and the advantages of this ephemeris.

Comments

Shakar Shakar
Yes, I can generate any kind of ephemeris I want with my astrological software - so why buy a softcover book? Well, consider the cost of printing out this same ephemeris, and it would be double or more the cost of the book, in inkjet cartridges and paper.

Some books are so cheap now, it's better to buy them than to print out or copy them.
Kefym Kefym
good book if you know how to use it
Nekora Nekora
An excellent document for the astrologically minded in the preparation for forecasts and predictions using astrology. An ephemeris is an absolute necessity in such work. This is no exception but is limited to a 14 year period
Darkraven Darkraven
This is an excellent book with Ceres and Chiron added on daily basis. One can also find small asteroids which are very useful for research purpose. My only regret is that I cannot find a similar book covering 100 year before year 2007.
Legend 33 Legend 33
This is the Best multi year Ephemeris that I have ever used. It is must have when doing Astrology charts or just looking to the position and movement of the planets.
Anayajurus Anayajurus
I am sorry I bought this book. I am not going into detail because someone else may raise up in anger and then there is conflict and I am too tired for conflict. I give it one star because it is in print.
Otiel Otiel
The 8x11 format does scan easy ; I always have a 12 month set at my work place for reference.
My favorite inclusion in this format are the de
clinations, and the parallels.