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domificazione oraria di Placido o domificazione "in mundo"
« on: July 31, 2023, 03:01:52 PM »
Placido's hourly domification or "in mundo" domification
Hello everyone. I wanted to ask if any of the authors of the program are planning to introduce the Placido domification "in mundo" (that is, in the local sphere and taking into account the diurnal and nocturnal time spans that are not equinoctial) with tables of the hourly distances between planet cusps etc. It's a function that only some paid professional software have but according to my teachers (I'm only at the beginning) it seems to be a fundamental function for a correct interpretation. This type of domification would take into consideration, with mathematical formulas that I do not know, the latitude of the stars and in doing so it may happen that some planets such as Venus which oscillates in a very wide range of latitudes, can be found in the chart "in mundo" in different houses compared to the classic Placido. If someone can give me some news, I'd be very grateful.
Hoping to explain myself better in the event that another name is used in countries other than mine, I bring you some notes:
"THE PLANETARY ASPECTS IN THE MUNDO
TIME TIME If the diurnal or nocturnal arc of a star is divided by 12, in diurnal motion, its diurnal or night time time is obtained. The entire celestial vault rotates completely in 24 hours, the time during which a star rises, culminates and sets and so for the Celestial Equator each of these 24 hours is called EQUINOCTIAL HOUR and is obtained by dividing the entire equatorial circle by 24:
360/24 = 15
Equinoctial time is also called EQUAL TIME, as it never changes regardless of the season, the alternation of day and night and is the same in every point of the earth's surface
TIME DISTANCE
of defines Hourly Distance (as the distance in temporal hours of a star, a house cusp or any other point of the Local Sphere, from the nearest Meridian.
The celestial bodies, the cusps of the Houses or the points of the Local Sphere that are located above the Horizon, have the Midheaven as their reference those that are below the Horizon, have the Sky Fund as their reference.
In the Placid Domification all the Houses are equal and have an extension equal to 2 temporal hours each, i.e. they all have the same DH. The Christmas theme represented in the figure takes the name of THEME IN MUNDO or THEME TIME.
 
Aspects in mundo are formed in the Local Sphere and are measured, in temporal hours, taking into consideration the Celestial Equator."


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Re: domificazione oraria di Placido o domificazione "in mundo"
« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2023, 10:32:56 PM »
Hi there - this seems to be very similar to the concept of planetary hours. You can find planetary hours in the medieval traditional chart module. I've attached a screenshot below. This is also quite similar to the idea of Michel Gauquelin and Francoise Gauquelin. I think what you are suggesting is to remove the risk of 'latitude error' where a planet appears to be in a particular house on a chart wheel, but because it does not lie on the ecliptic, it is actually in a neighbouring house. I don't think we have any plans to introduce this, but you could look at the paran analysis module (Time->Tools->Paran Analysis) which is somewhat similar in concept. It's really about identifying where a planet or star falls in its diurnal cycle and calling that position it's house position, irrespective of where it is in relation to the cusp of the Placidus house, which is defined by the rising and setting of points on the ecliptic.

Thanks for getting in touch. Ed


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Re: domificazione oraria di Placido o domificazione "in mundo"
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2023, 06:55:03 AM »
Hi there - I have been working on this chart wheel. It is essentially a Gauquelin chart, but I think it is what you are describing. Each 'house' represents two temporal hours.

Thanks. Ed