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Planetary containments
John Sandbach

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Planetary containments
a study of 990 combinations
by John Sandbach and Ronn Ballard.

Published 1980 by Seek-It Publications in Birmingham, Mich .
Written in English.

First Sentence

Planetary containment is the study of planets in consecutive groups of three, as they fall together in zodiac. In terms of an astrological chart, one always looks at the planets in counterclockwise order, that is, forward through the zodiac. The distance between the planets does not matter in this context, nor do the signs in which the planets are found, nor do the houses. The only thing that does concern us in planetary containment is the adjacency of the three planets in question.

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Adjacent Planetary Pairs 28
Sun 42
Moon 63
Mercury 85
Venus 106
Jupiter 150
Saturn 171
Uranus 194
Neptune 217
Pluto 240
Ascendant 262
Midheaven 291
Reprint from Chapter Five of Evolutionary Astrology 321

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 27.
"Including a reprint of the 'Moon's containment' from Evolutionary astrology: the journey of the soul through the horoscope, by Raymond A. Merriman."

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
133.5/3
Library of Congress
BF1724 .S26

The Physical Object

Pagination
323 p. :
Number of pages
323

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL4157993M
ISBN 10
0930706056
LC Control Number
80138637
OCLC/WorldCat
7278938
Library Thing
3227640
Goodreads
5716884

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