The Nessus/Pluto Cycle

1- Conjunctions.

   The cycle is very regular and occurs every 238-242 years. Note that the last conjunctios are isolated cases occurring only once.
 
 
Geocentric
conjunction
Heliocentric
conjunction
09-02-1034
11-07-1034
18-11-1034
18,56 Cap
18,30 Cap
18,07 Cap
20-06-1034
18,34 Cap
21-01-1274
19-07-1274
16-10-1274
8,29 Cap
7,47 Cap
7,26 Cap
27-04-1274
8,07 Cap
08-12-1515
29,26 Sag
28-11-1515
29,29 Sag
10-12-1753
11,38 Sag
28-12-1753
11,32 Sag
27-11-1995
0,41 Sag
08-12-1995
0,36 Sag


2- Oppositions.

   The opposition cycle is even more regular than the conjunction and occurs in groups of 3 every 241-243 years. The zodiacal position shown is that of Pluto. Note that the oppositions always occur around the same point of the zodiac.
 
 
Geocentric
position
Heliocentric
position
27-01-1146
15-03-1146
07-11-1146
23,52 Tau
24,12 Tau
25,54 Tau
15-10-1146
25,45 Taus
23-12-1388
20-04-1389
16-10-1389
23,07 Tau
23,58 Tau
25,16 Tau
01-07-1389
24,30 Tau
15-12-1631
20-05-1632
06-10-1632
22,16 Tau
23,25 Tau
24,26 Tau
21-04-1632
23,13 Tau
29-11-1872
10-06-1873
14-09-1873
19,31 Tau
20,57 Tau
21,40 Tau
10-02-1873
20,04 Tau

 

3- The great waning square of the 20th Century

   first group: from April 28, 1902 to June 26,1943, Nessus and Pluto were continuously squaring each other about twice a year, and were never separated by more than 4 degrees from the exact square. 

   second group: from August 10, 1979 to April 23, 1982 they make a series of 7 exact squares.

   In the interim period between the two groups, they were never separated by more than 14 degrees. Their separation reached more than 15 degrees from the square only after 1985-86. This was unique and did not happen in the previous centuries.
 

 


 
 

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