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Das Online-Magazin der HillAc - 29. Juni 2010 - Nr. 37



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Das T-Quadrat

Am 21. Juni um 11:30 Uhr UTC wechselte die Sonne in das Tierkreiszeichen Krebs. Schauen wir, welche Planeten zu diesem Zeitpunkt zwischen 28° veränderlich und 2° kardinal standen, und somit - bei einem Orbis von zwei Grad - ein Quadrat, eine Konjunktion oder eine Opposition zur Sonne bildeten. Wir treffen: Jupiter auf 1°47' im Widder im Quadrat zur Sonne, Saturn auf 28°13' in der Jungfrau im Quadrat zur Sonne und Uranus auf 0°30' im Widder im Quadrat zur Sonne.

Pluto stand am 21. Juni rückläufig auf 4°13' im Steinbock. Ein sicherer Kandidat für eine Opposition mit der Krebs-Sonne. Diese Opposition wurde am 25. Juni um 18:54 UTC auf 4°06‘ exakt. Damit entstand innerhalb eines Orbis von zwei Grad eine Aspektfigur, die unter Astrologen als T-Quadrat bekannt ist.

---> Das T-Quadrat

Lennard Wilko


City, My City


Wellington Harbour just before sunrise / Foto: Peter Wells, February 2007

Historic Wellington - Many of the stories about Wellington told on ZEITBLICK have a historical theme to them. Like many cities around the world, Wellington has a number of places, structures and sites which have an interesting story behind them which often goes back to the actual origins of the city itself. In order to look into some of these origins, Series Four of "City, My City" investigates the circumstances and the people who together brought them to reality.

Series 4, Part 8

Spying on the Stars - The history of Charles Rooking Carter and the Carter Observatory, New Zealand's "Place for Space"

Where best to look at the heavens than from the top of a hill where, in your imagination, you are closer to the stars, even if not physically nearer? In reality, though, the reason for building observatories high above the surrounding landscape is to escape the light pollution which, as cities and towns grow, becomes worse and worse. These were the places where early scientists and governments built those buildings whose purpose required as much absence of unnatural light as possible, ensuring a clear view of the heavens. In Wellington this location is up in the western hills near the top of the Cable Car. At this location may be seen a number of historic and modern buildings whose role over the years has been to record time and to map the stars and, more recently, to educate and enlighten both young and old. I don't know if this area has a name beyond the Botanic Gardens but if it ever did "Observatory Hill" might be appropriate.

---> Spying on the Stars

© Peter Wells, Wellington, New Zealand


Begegnungen mit Tarot

Immer wieder eröffnet uns Tarot neue und gänzlich unerwartete Blickwinkel auf uns selbst und unser Leben. Mit den neun Schwertern möchte ich Ihnen heute ein solches Erlebnis schildern.

---> Die neun Schwerter

Annegret Zimmer


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