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Joys

The planets are said to rejoice in certain houses. A planet in its joy is good for the planet, but not necessarily of advantage to the native. The joys of the planets are as follows: Mercury - 1st House; Moon - 3rd House; Venus - 5th House; Mars - 6th House; Sun - 9th House; Jupiter - 11th House & Saturn - 12th House.


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Julian Calendar

Most early calendar systems were based on the cycles of the Moon. To overcome these inadequacies the first major calendar reform was introduced by Julius Caesar in 45 BC and called the Julian Calendar (JC).


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Julian Day

JD - means Julian Day number (not Julian Date), and it represents the date and time of a chart converted to decimal days measured from noon GMT on 1 Jan 4713 BC in the Julian Calendar system. This value is used internally by Janus for astronomical calculations.


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Juno

One of the 4 major asteroids, Juno is associated with: committed partnership, engagements, weddings, de-facto relationships and their associated concerns.


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Jupiter

Symbol Jupiter
Rules: Sagittarius and Pisces
Gender: Masculine
Metal: Tin
Color: Royal Purple

The benefactor and the giver of plenty: the urge to expand - mentally, materially and physically, the urge to proliferate; philosophy, religion, faith, law; optimism, enthusiasm, satisfaction, a social sense, the faculty to survey the whole; immorality, self-indulgence, greed, excess, injustice, exaggeration. It rules middle age, the liver, gall, the blood and body weight.