Marc Jones – Point 15, The Probity of Pluto


No. 15 - Probity (Integrity) Pluto shows what is one's integrity or probity.   Here the planet is in the sign of physical energy (Taurus), in the house of the home and end of life (fourth), on a degree (Taurus 7) of "awakening." "I wonder if you will ever know how I love Sagamore Hill," remarked … Continue reading Marc Jones – Point 15, The Probity of Pluto

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Marc Jones – Point 14, Uranian Independence & Recreation


No. 14 -- Uranus Now we come to Uranus, the fourteenth point.  It is is the planet of recreation and of independence. In Teddy Roosevelt's chart it  is in the house of self-expression (fifth), the sign of vivification (Gemini), and in import. The symbolical degree (Gemini 3) reads: "An etching of rare beauty displays a … Continue reading Marc Jones – Point 14, Uranian Independence & Recreation

Marc Jones – Point 13, Venus


Point 13.  Venus -- the finishing. Venus is money, or how you finish things. It is also how you know when you are finished or when it is over or complete. Money is one symbol of that end or finishing; aesthetic things like art, and personal values are other aspects of the finished side of … Continue reading Marc Jones – Point 13, Venus

Marc Jones – Point 12, The Obligation of Neptune


                                   N o . 1 2  -- Neptune Neptune is the planet of the general obligation to life. In Teddy's chart it is in the house of resources (second) and the sign of poetical appreciation (Pisces), in the degree … Continue reading Marc Jones – Point 12, The Obligation of Neptune

Marc Jones – Point 11, Physical Health


No. 11 - Health and Physicality and the Hyleg Next is  the health and the person. Saturn is the planet of health because it is the point of sensitivity and the sixth house because it is traditional the house of health and the welfare of her. These two points will show if the physical weakness … Continue reading Marc Jones – Point 11, Physical Health

Marc Jones – Point 10, Dragon’s Tail


No. 10 - Forward Opportunity The Dragon's Tail is the direct opposite of the Dragon's Head and commonly called the South Node of the moon, but I call it the Forward Opportunity.  My reasoning is that usually  successful people are the ones who have had the most setbacks; that is, he is the  man is just … Continue reading Marc Jones – Point 10, Dragon’s Tail

Marc Jones – Point 9, Creative Fulfillment


Point 9 was originally termed Karma and Marc Edmund Jones defined it as "Karma is what you carry around with you as an excuse for being. Good karma places nothing in your way, and bad karma makes you work, therefore, bad karma is good, if it makes you put forth effort."  He added  that  "Jupiter … Continue reading Marc Jones – Point 9, Creative Fulfillment

Marc Jones – Point 7 & 8, The Moon & Marriage


No. 7  - Relationships with Others, the Moon From the mental chemistry of a person, my next point is the  the emotional life and marriage, or the moon, and the planet or planets that indicate marriage, respectively. The moon is while important is almost midway in the list because it is reflective and so we need the … Continue reading Marc Jones – Point 7 & 8, The Moon & Marriage

Marc Jones – Point Six, Dynamic Focus


N o . 6 The Dynamic Focus of Vocation The vocation is the next item in the fifteen-point analysis. This is primarily a matter of the planet of "oriental appearance." he fifteen points of the analysis consists of the ten planets, two nodes of the moon, the Part of Fortune and then two special considerations … Continue reading Marc Jones – Point Six, Dynamic Focus

Marc Jones – Point 5, Mental Chemistry


 N o . 5  Determining one's Mental Chemistry The moon's mean motion and the planet Mercury's position regarding the sun shows a person's mental chemistry.  If you check the  ephemeris for October 27, 1858, the moon is moving at 14° 18'. Knowing the average daily motion of the moon is 13° 10' we can determine … Continue reading Marc Jones – Point 5, Mental Chemistry