The advantage of using midpoints is to be able to consider what Ebertin calls the individual points of a horoscope, the Angles, Ascendant (AS) and Midheaven (MC), respectively the degree that is ascending on the eastern horizon at the specific time and location of an event – the start of the match in our case – and the culmination point corresponding to the highest point at which the local meridian intersects with the ecliptic. “These are known as the individual points because they move about one degree in four minutes,” writes the German astrologer.
This way, it is also possible to successfully interpret astral charts of matches taking place at the same time, as these sensitive points differ in degrees depending on location. Thanks to a narrow orbit of one and a half degree (1.5), we are thus able to solve the flaw of most existing predictive methods based on geocosmics studies, which ultimately prove useless in case of concurrent events.
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