Neptune Sextile Pluto

July 15, 2015 at 3:07 am | Posted in Astrology | 64 Comments
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Refer, also, to Long Term Forecasts.

Reader Gia asked about long term forecasts.  After the NM culminates, tonight, I will look into that.  However, very odd computer “problems” started as soon as I started to work on this.  (A spontaneous complete shutdown, as if someone else had taken control of the machine, then other problems.)

Here is one topic that particularly interests me as far as long term forecasts go: Neptune Sextile Pluto.  What I am wondering is this: are the years in which the aspect is EXACT somehow different (in an important way) from the other years?  I think something might be “going on” here.  (1845 is associated with Texas becoming a state; 1986 is associated with the Chernobyl Disaster; and so forth.)

Here is a list of the aspects (including exact) ranging from 1800 to 2050:

Solar Fire Gold v8 Jul 15 2015

Electional Search Results

Criteria: FIND (Nep Sxt Plu)
Search From: Jan 1 1800 NS 0:00 am
Search To: Dec 31 2050 11:59 pm

Status: Finished – 122 matches

Enters Feb 7 1841 NS 6:15:20 pm (LMT +6:26:48)
Leaves Apr 4 1841 NS 2:38:57 am (LMT +6:26:48)
Enters Dec 31 1841 NS 6:42:38 pm (LMT +6:26:48)
Leaves Jun 11 1842 NS 2:41:35 am (LMT +6:26:48)
Enters Nov 26 1842 NS 2:24:44 am (LMT +6:26:48)
Leaves Jul 30 1843 NS 10:54:50 pm (LMT +6:26:48)
Enters Sep 26 1843 NS 3:24:52 am (LMT +6:26:48)
[0] Is Exact Feb 11 1844 NS 9:15:09 am (LMT +6:26:48)
[0] Is Exact Jun 11 1844 NS 8:57:07 am (LMT +6:26:48)
[0] Is Exact Jan 2 1845 NS 9:32:58 am (LMT +6:26:48)
[0] Is Exact Aug 2 1845 NS 7:58:32 am (LMT +6:26:48)
[0] Is Exact Nov 24 1845 NS 5:18:34 pm (LMT +6:26:48)
Leaves Feb 19 1846 NS 0:39:02 am (LMT +6:26:48)
Enters Apr 16 1846 NS 1:39:15 am (LMT +6:26:48)
Leaves Jan 8 1847 NS 8:37:37 pm (LMT +6:26:48)
Enters Jun 25 1847 NS 8:25:46 am (LMT +6:26:48)
Leaves Nov 29 1847 NS 11:34:24 pm (LMT +6:26:48)
Enters Aug 19 1848 NS 6:28:19 am (LMT +6:26:48)
Leaves Oct 5 1848 NS 5:12:02 pm (LMT +6:26:48)
Enters Jan 27 1944 3:40:50 am (CWT +5:00)
Leaves Feb 18 1944 1:51:49 am (CWT +5:00)
Enters Dec 23 1944 9:43:35 pm (CWT +5:00)
Leaves Feb 19 1945 12:25:54 pm (CWT +5:00)
Enters Dec 2 1945 10:50:25 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Apr 7 1946 7:41:41 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Nov 14 1946 9:59:27 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves May 6 1947 8:24:13 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Oct 26 1947 6:28:28 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves May 30 1948 5:13:30 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Oct 1 1948 1:27:44 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jun 24 1949 3:33:15 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Aug 25 1949 11:59:17 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 22 1950 6:52:44 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Apr 12 1950 3:10:40 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jul 23 1950 11:41:23 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Aug 28 1950 11:09:31 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 3 1951 7:30:20 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact May 7 1951 0:22:30 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 20 1951 4:37:07 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact May 26 1952 4:45:39 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 7 1952 1:23:47 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jun 13 1953 3:03:17 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 25 1953 6:50:24 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 1 1954 1:08:46 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 14 1954 2:48:07 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Feb 9 1955 5:17:16 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Mar 14 1955 9:06:27 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 20 1955 0:43:14 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 2 1955 4:02:16 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 25 1956 6:17:10 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Mar 15 1956 9:13:09 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 9 1956 1:10:37 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Oct 18 1956 1:31:18 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 14 1957 8:22:01 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Apr 1 1957 11:20:12 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 7 1958 4:20:17 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Apr 26 1958 7:37:39 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 31 1958 11:49:35 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters May 12 1959 4:23:07 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 26 1959 10:53:36 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters May 23 1960 8:32:33 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 21 1960 10:18:59 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 2 1961 12:53:56 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 18 1961 9:11:54 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 11 1962 3:58:49 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 16 1962 8:23:17 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 18 1963 10:33:52 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 15 1963 9:11:38 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 23 1964 11:05:08 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 15 1964 1:06:50 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 28 1965 7:17:57 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 16 1965 9:28:54 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jul 2 1966 0:29:44 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 18 1966 9:46:28 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jul 4 1967 5:39:08 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Dec 22 1967 1:15:11 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jul 5 1968 9:51 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Dec 26 1968 6:12:59 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jul 6 1969 3:16:17 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Dec 31 1969 10:55:37 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jul 5 1970 10:16:13 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jan 7 1971 1:09:53 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jul 4 1971 7:00:15 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jan 14 1972 11:41:47 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jul 1 1972 4:52:19 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jan 22 1973 5:15:44 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 28 1973 1:10:31 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jan 31 1974 7:11:30 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jun 24 1974 2:45:33 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Feb 10 1975 3:55:38 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 17 1975 11:39:41 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Feb 21 1976 1:27:49 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 8 1976 2:45:31 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Oct 10 1976 1:48:35 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 5 1976 4:20:26 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Mar 4 1977 5:10:46 am (CST +6:00)
Enters May 23 1977 0:39:50 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 25 1977 9:57:58 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 25 1977 2:42:52 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Mar 18 1978 3:41:29 am (CST +6:00)
Enters May 8 1978 6:14:17 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 15 1978 4:08:45 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 11 1979 3:42:41 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Apr 4 1979 6:23:59 am (CST +6:00)
Enters May 11 1979 0:09:04 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 5 1979 5:24:49 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 26 1980 10:49:09 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves May 2 1980 11:57:36 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters May 12 1980 6:46:24 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 26 1980 7:59:47 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 9 1981 6:39:26 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 18 1981 1:42:48 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 24 1982 3:04:31 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 9 1982 2:01:32 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Mar 11 1983 11:15:42 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 30 1983 11:24:56 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Oct 26 1983 2:38:26 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Nov 26 1983 4:26:39 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Mar 26 1984 11:54:58 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 18 1984 1:49:15 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Oct 7 1984 11:57:02 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Nov 28 1984 9:36:28 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Apr 15 1985 6:59:28 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 4 1985 7:45:02 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Sep 24 1985 5:20:49 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Dec 16 1985 2:06:55 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact May 16 1986 12:10:54 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jun 9 1986 3:01:43 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Sep 13 1986 6:38:20 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jan 16 1987 12:14:33 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Sep 3 1987 2:37:11 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Feb 5 1988 10:36:40 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Aug 23 1988 2:28:59 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Feb 21 1989 2:01:20 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Aug 13 1989 5:15:41 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Mar 9 1990 1:38:10 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Aug 1 1990 5:18:56 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Mar 25 1991 4:12:58 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jul 18 1991 12:38:46 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Apr 9 1992 1:46:37 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jun 20 1992 3:32:33 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Apr 26 1993 0:59:45 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jun 13 1993 10:22:53 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters May 16 1994 5:20:25 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jun 16 1994 11:34:23 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jul 1 2019 8:56:24 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Aug 7 2019 9:58:46 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jun 14 2020 5:40:50 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Aug 8 2020 3:00:05 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jun 1 2021 1:43 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Sep 4 2021 11:36:01 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters May 18 2022 10:29:28 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Oct 1 2022 8:54:03 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters May 5 2023 8:15:28 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Oct 22 2023 5:06:19 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Apr 19 2024 6:04:56 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Nov 9 2024 10:11:12 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Mar 31 2025 4:19:20 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Nov 30 2025 2:02:34 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Feb 27 2026 1:08:35 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 25 2026 0:48:59 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 15 2026 8:46:26 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Dec 24 2026 11:54:43 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Feb 11 2027 9:24:40 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jun 28 2027 7:08:30 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Oct 16 2027 9:27:30 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jun 8 2028 11:36:20 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 7 2028 7:33:16 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact May 22 2029 2:26:28 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 30 2029 2:56:59 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact May 4 2030 10:40:02 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Aug 7 2030 10:15:13 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Aug 27 2030 9:45:14 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 26 2030 8:20:05 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Apr 12 2031 4:05:24 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jul 6 2031 2:47:09 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Aug 29 2031 11:19:12 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 10 2032 9:01:40 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 29 2032 5:14:57 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jun 14 2032 4:20:24 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Oct 10 2032 9:09:33 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves May 26 2033 10:13:22 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Nov 8 2033 11:03:47 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves May 5 2034 10:26:10 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Dec 4 2034 3:54:12 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Apr 9 2035 4:40:51 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jan 1 2036 4:07:50 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Feb 26 2036 12:03:42 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Feb 23 2037 4:35:31 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Feb 27 2037 10:31:45 am (CST +6:00)

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64 Comments

  1. That is peculiar that your computer just shut down like that…hmm I am going to do some research of the exact sextile dates. So far I looked at January 22nd 1950, I haven’t found anything significant yet. According to Wikipedia, on the 24th Dr. Fuchs confessed to giving the Soviets the means of making atomic bomb, and on the 31st President Truman announced plans to make a hydrogen bomb.

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    • Looking at the history of nuclear weapons is likely to be a good strategy, especially with regard to Uranus/Pluto aspects. This seems to be forgotten, also, but “we” (in the United States and I suspect UK/EU as well) lived in a terrible fear of nuclear war from the end of WWII (or so I have heard) through the 1980’s. When the former “Soviet Union” fell, “we” relaxed about it. But, the fear never completely went away, and a new version (maybe worse) seems to be “back.” At least in the old version, the Soviets seemed to be rational. In a very weird way, we could count on that. Now, we worry that a madman might have his finger “on the button.” That is terrifying, and no one really seems to want to talk about it.

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      • Absolutely! I remember the fear, when I was little and lived in Czechoslovakia in the 80s we had regular “survival” exercises at school including wearing gas masks etc. At the beginning of each year the teacher would measure our heads to size the gas mask!
        But you are absolutely right that the enemies were somewhat rational comparing to now.

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      • Yes, and I am greatly worried by some of the decision-making by some of the younger people who do not have the perspective of such experiences! Let us hope that they “get it right!”

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  2. The lack of events on the 22nd could be because it was Sunday. According to Wikipedia Preston Tucker an automobile manufacturer was acquitted of fraud etc. However his business was destroyed by the court case.This perhaps points to the possibility of competitors/powerful entities in action in discrediting someone and getting them out of the way of their own agenda.

    The other reported news that day-a previous day conviction of Alger Hiss, a regarded State Department official, for passing secret State Department documents to Whittaker Chambers-a former courier for a Communist spy ring. https://www.nytimes.com/books/97/03/09/reviews/chambers-guilty.html

    This doesn’t seem worldwide significant, however it could help us when looking at other days and events. Moving on..

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    • Also: some events may have occurred secretly and are (still) not documented openly.

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      • Definitely! There is so much that we do not know yet!

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  3. April 12 1950-Sa`id al-Mufti was appointed as the Prime Minister of Jordan.[27]
    and A Report to the National Security Council – NSC 68″, April 12, 1950. President’s Secretary’s Files, Truman Papers. http://www.trumanlibrary.org/whistlestop/study_collections/coldwar/documents/sectioned.php?pagenumber=8&documentid=10-1&documentdate=1950-04-12

    This report is dealing with a grave concern for the humanity’s existence (atomic weapons) regarding the Soviet Union and threat of communism to individual freedom.

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    • We are terrifically disconnected from that time period. I am old enough to (barely) remember the 1960’s and 1970’s and can see the major shifts that have happened since then. Defacing historical monuments (such as Confederate statues) would have been unthinkable then. “Smart Phones” were science fiction: Star Trek had them (as two separate devices: the “communicator” and the “tricorder”). The idea that people would be as addicted to “social media” as some are today was not even conceivable in the 1990’s.

      Much history has been re-written. Some people who are supposed “authorities” claim that the Internet has been around since the 1960’s. But, I am old enough to remember. What became “The Internet” was *TEN* major networks only accessible to the military, faculty, and grad students at universities in the 1980’s. Text based Internet services became available in the early 1990’s, mostly in the form of email. The web was not really in widespread use until some time after 1994, and the “web as we know it” (called Web 2.0) did not come into existence until a specific “discovery” in 2006. (That specific event was the development of AJAX. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajax_(programming)) Yet, we still have people claiming that “we had the Internet in the 1960’s,” and people under 30 who have no memory of the actual events actually accept that as “the truth.” Other aspects of history is being re-written quite extensively also. Lies, lies, and more lies.
      Let’s be clear: major shifts in consciousness and awareness have happened (some good; some bad), and no one seems to really realize that.

      I say these things to make a point: events that might look “trivial” to us now may have been major turning points to the people of that time. (See, also: the Historians Fallacy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historian%27s_fallacy )

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      • I totally believe that history is being rewritten. We are taught/fed/shown whatever those in power want us to know or think. It is really difficult to get to the truth.
        And yes we have to look at the “trivial” events too I was thinking the same
        🙂

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      • If you can remember the ’80’s, and the things you mentioned, then you definitely have the perspective. I remember the 1960’s as a small child when the Interstate highways were originally built for MILITARY purposes (to support the convoys associated with the Viet Nam war) and, when there was not a convoy on the road, being able to travel down them at amazing rates of speed due to little traffic. “Radar” for enforcement purposes had not been invented, and law enforcement had to use a STOPWATCH to estimate speed of automobiles! Official speed limit was 70 MPH but people often traveled much more quickly. Then Richard Nixon put in the 55 MPH speed limit (which I always thought was done to give law enforcement a BS excuse to pull over people). The 55 MPH speed limit was MUCH HATED by most of the populace (in the U.S.) until it was eventually repealed in the 1990’s. (Clinton got that right!) Let’s be clear: “things” were VERY different back then!

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      • Thanks for the link to Historian Fallacy-that is so interesting!

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      • It is a common mistake (and a form of “Hindsight Bias”). A good analysis attempts to adjust for it as much as possible.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindsight_bias

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    • Wow, I didn’t know that about the highways that is soo interesting! Stopwatch lol I am fascinated by history especially people’s own stories, I loved listening to my grandparents tales. You get closer to truth that way.

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      • Yes. So many points like that are disappearing into the mists of time. Maybe the most important thing we can do is to make video of the elderly telling their stories.

        They are rare, but sometimes you can find old watches from the 1960’s that have the MPH in a ring surrounding the clock face.

        https://techjourney.net/how-to-use-tachymeter-function-on-watch-bezel-usage-instruction-and-definition/

        http://gearpatrol.com/2014/02/04/timekeeping-101-read-bezel/

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      • Sometimes you can obtain snippets from movies. Saw “Pixels” tonight. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2120120/

        It is a silly movie that is mostly a fun “ride,” BUT it contains small snippets of what “things” were like in 1982. I am certain the the snotty nosed “haters” will hate it. But, in addition to being a silly comedy, it paints a picture of what some things (and people) were like back in ’82. People played video games in Arcades, and those games were rather different from some of the games now (like “Halo”).

        *I* played those games (but not the XBox stuff, except DDR a few times). I remember playing Pong and Breakout when they first came out (not in the movie), Asteriods (in the movie and one I still like), Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Tetris (really liked Tetris also) and a number of others. Tetris was the last game I made in serious effort in playing. Some other ’80’s material gets thrown in to the mix as well. I am glad to see movies like that one passing on pieces of our (recent) past that seem to be disappearing (not passed on to younger generations).
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pong
        http://www.ponggame.org
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breakout_(video_game)
        http://www.2dplay.com/break-out/break-out-play.htm

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      • I love watching videos of elderly’s stories! I will definitely check out the links! Thanks. My kids want to see Pixels so I will definitely see it too 😀 x

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      • I liked Pixels. It was fun, and I needed a laugh. Let me know what you think!

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  4. January 3rd 1951- 9 Jewish Kremlin physicians “exposed” as British/US agents http://www.historyorb.com/date/1951/january/3

    During this time Korean war was underway-in Jan 4 -A Third Battle of Seoul-

    Infantry of the 19th Regiment, 24th Division, retreat ten miles south of Seoul on January 3, 1951. (U.S. Army photo.) https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=january+3rd+1951&es_sm=93&biw=1024&bih=499&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0CAYQ_AUoATgUahUKEwis39bE0d7GAhWC6xQKHaz5Ado#imgrc=Ho_d20JTGRaZEM%3A

    May 7th 1951-Intl Olympic committee allows Russia to participate in 1952 Olympics
    http://www.historyorb.com/date/1951/may/7

    and Commemoration Date: May 7th 1951. Air France inaugurated its first non-stop PARIS-BEIRUT flight, an 8H 25Min flight time. http://intertravel-agency.com/commemoration-date-may-7th-1951/

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    • Wow! Good catches. Neptune Sextile Pluto is such a long term aspect (literally covering centuries) that you can also zoom out days, weeks, and possibly even months from the exact aspect. But, to be certain, I think it is the time closest to exact aspects that is most important. My thought is that certain other patterns (such as Thor’s Hammer) might happen near an exact Neptune Sextile Pluto along with a NM or FM or something like Sun Square Uranus on or near an important date.

      Obviously this is a long term project, and it likely transcends both my abilities and my lifetime. Others will have to finish it.

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      • I am being mindful that there are other aspects at play during certain times.

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  5. December 20th 1951 EBR-1, the world’s first (experimental) nuclear power plant, opens.
    A chartered Curtiss C-46 Commando crash-lands in Cobourg, Ontario Canada; all on board survive.

    The World Meteorological Organization becomes a specialized agency of the United Nations.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1951

    June 13th 1953-Nothing significant. The general climate of this time-occasional strikes/demonstrations against communist regime Czech republic, East Germany & Poland & June 9
    CIA Technical Services Staff head Sidney Gottlieb approves of the use of LSD in a MKULTRA subproject
    Queen Elizabeth II coronation & Tornado Flint.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1953

    November 25th 1953-Earthquake / tsnunami strike Honshu Japanhttp://takemeback.to/25-November-1953#.Vac6W6RViko

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    • Wow! Great research! Interesting to see some of these things coming to the surface!

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  6. Right, I am going to continue tomorrow. I am rather enjoying this, as I am learning something new here. Thank you and have a good night. Gia x

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    • I am going to work just a bit longer then turn in myself. By the time you check back, you should have much to work with!

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      • Looking forward to it! 🙂

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      • I see you have been busy! That will take us a while to get through! 😛

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      • Well, it is a big project, and I thought it needed a good start. I will continue to work on it intermittently as I do the usual shorter (to medium) term entries. Some years really stand out. I was amazed to see only a single Quintile Kite of the outer planets in the 250 year period (namely 2046). Of course, teenagers now will be middle-aged by the time that comes to pass. If I am still alive I would be quite old, probably too old to continue to contribute to this blog. Hopefully WordPress will be alive and well and someone “then” can discover the work that was done “now.”

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      • 🙂 Yes it is! I am wondering what Quintile Kite is now I will have to google it 😀
        2046- that is 21 years from now, I wonder whether the speed and scope of change will be as dramatic as the last 20 years or the 20 years before then. The world might be a very different place.
        However I am sure your work will be out there for others to build on and continue 🙂

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      • The Quintile Kite heralds periods of creativity. 2046 looks like a year for breakthrough solutions as well as the birth of individuals who will bring breakthrough solutions to us all collectively. Yes, the world will likely be quite different in many ways. Perhaps you are young enough that you will likely see it.

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      • That is very interesting!

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      • Specific interpretations are essentially impossible. I can remember the time in the 1970’s and 1980’s where predictions of Web 2.0, social media, “smart phones,” and so forth were essentially impossible. Without being able to foresee those, seeing certain kinds of events today, and ways of thinking and acting, would be essentially impossible. I would say the same is true for 2046, whatever it holds, even though it is “only” thirty years away.

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  7. Other significant events in 1953, but not on exact sextile aspect:
    January 7 – United States President Harry S. Truman announces the United States has developed a hydrogen bomb.
    January 14
    Marshal Josip Broz Tito is chosen President of Yugoslavia.
    The CIA-sponsored Robertson Panel first meets to discuss the UFO phenomenon.
    January 20 – Dwight D. Eisenhower succeeds Harry S. Truman as the 34th President of the United States.
    January 24
    Mau Mau Uprising: Rebels in Kenya kill the Ruck family (father, mother, and six-year-old son).
    Walter Ulbricht announces that agriculture will be collectivized in East Germany.
    February 11
    The Soviet Union breaks diplomatic relations with Israel after a bomb explosion at the Soviet embassy in reaction to the ‘Doctors’ plot’.
    February 28
    James Watson and Francis Crick of the University of Cambridge announce their discovery of the structure of the DNA molecule.
    Greece, Turkey, and Yugoslavia sign the Balkan Pact.
    March 1
    Joseph Stalin suffers a stroke and dies on March 5.]
    March 17 – The first nuclear test of Operation Upshot–Knothole is conducted in Nevada, with 1,620 spectators at 3.4 km (2.1 mi).
    April 25 – Francis Crick and James Watson publish “Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid”, their description of the double helix structure of DNA.[6]
    May 25 – Nuclear testing: At the Nevada Test Site, the United States conducts its only nuclear artillery test: Upshot-Knothole Grable.
    August 8 – Soviet prime minister Georgi Malenkov announces that the Soviet Union has a hydrogen bomb.
    October – The UNIVAC 1103 is the first commercial computer to use random-access memory.
    October 30 – Cold War: U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower formally approves the top secret document of the United States National Security Council NSC 162/2, which states that the United States’ arsenal of nuclear weapons must be maintained and expanded to counter the communist threat.
    December 7 – A visit to Iran by American Vice President Richard Nixon sparks several days of riots, as an reaction to the August 19 overthrow of the government of Mohammed Mossadegh by the US-backed Shah. Three students are shot dead by police in Tehran. This event becomes an annual commemoration.
    December 17 – The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approves color television (using the NTSC standard).-first color TV on sale on Dec 30th
    Date unknown-Heavy massive rain, landslides, and flooding in western and southwestern Japan kill an estimated 2,566, and injure 9,433, mainly at Kizugawa, Wakayama, Kumamoto, and Kitakyushu (June–August).

    all from wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1953

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    • also: August 19 – Cold War: The CIA helps to overthrow the government of Mohammad Mosaddegh in Iran, and retain Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi on the throne (see Operation Ajax).

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    • Since the EXACT aspect of Neptune/Pluto is such a “big” thing (in terms of time scale), I personally think it is valid to look at what happened in an entire year surrounding it (possibly more). As you have pointed out here, MAJOR changes were in play in this particular year. (Still, it seems rather amazing. FCC approval of color television? The discovery of the structure of DNA? Announcement of the development of the H-Bomb? Development of RAM? Death of Stalin? And more? All in one year. Wow!)

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      • I can’t quite believe how much happened! And this is just the tip of the ice berg, there is more, but that will require more in depth research.
        I am thinking how to organize the information better, put it in spreadsheet, so we can see the aspects and the events easily.
        I will work on it as time allows, then I will email it to you. 🙂

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      • Yes, quite a bit of information. Spreadsheets can be a good way to handle this kind of information. As far as I know, WordPress.com does not have a facility for posting spreadsheets.

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      • Really? I wonder why?! I’ll take a photo of it.:-D

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      • I am not sure “why” myself. If you host your own blog via independent hosting (and support from WordPress.org), an add-in permits the use of a Google tool that can do the job. But apparently that is not true on WordPress.com (where WP does the hosting). Not sure why this is so, but it indicates that separate hosting might be necessary. Either that or the problem needs to be re-formulated somehow.

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      • Hi Grandtrines, you are right, it is hard for us to imagine what it was really like back then. It was so different, not just technology, but social norms too, it is fascinating really.
        I have to admit that when I tried to compile all the info into a spreadsheet, I got overwhelmed with the sheer volume of information, that I got frustrated a little, on top of that we went on a camping trip so I didn’t have time to work on it.
        I will get back to it again with fresh eyes, but it is a long term project that’s for sure, perhaps the trick is to do little at a time so one doesn’t get overwhelmed. 😛 Gia xx

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      • Actually, I should let you know something before you go much further. You may find it very difficult to put this much information that is structured the way it is structured into a conventional “spreadsheet.” You might see if you can find a friend who has a good handle on how relational databases work and ask them if they think that level of power is needed. If so, then proceed carefully so as to not waste time on a problem that may not be solvable with the tool you are using. By the way, have you ever heard of NP complete problems?

        See, also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NP-complete
        See, also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_NP-complete_problems
        Also: http://www.qcisolutions.com/dbinfo1.htm and http://schoolofdata.org/2013/11/07/sql-databases-vs-excel/

        Please note that I am not saying this data CANNOT be put into (a) spreadsheet(s). But, I am saying that they may not be the “best” tool. Alas, databases (DBs) are complex, hard to learn, and require quite a bit more computing resources. (Thus Google does not offer them as a “format” in Google Docs.)

        At this point, I do not know of a solution short of putting up a dedicated website with a PHP/MySQL programmer (or someone similar) building (and maintaining) the structure of the underlying DB. (That said, if someone COULD do that then that would be very “interesting” for purposes of looking at long term aspects in a historical context.)

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      • Hi Grandtrines, sorry for my late responses, we have been in and out for the past couple of weeks, going camping again today, my husband is packing the car as I am typing this, but I wanted to let you know that I am still here 😀 You are so right about the databases perhaps being more suitable for such large project, I will check the links when I come back. I do not know anybody who works with them. I did a short course years ago, but I do not remember that much. Have a great day, speak soon. Gia x

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      • Keep me posted. I hope the camping goes well. A bit too warm here in DFW for that.

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  8. Exact aspects:
    July 1st 1954
    The Common Nordic Labor Market Act comes into effect.
    The United States officially begins using the international unit of the nautical mile, equal to 6,076.11549 ft. or 1,852 meters. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1954

    1 July 1954: The last Convair B-36 Peacemaker, B-36J-10-CF 53-2727, a Featherweight III variant, completed assembly at Fort Worth, Texas. The last B-36 built, this was also the very last of the 10-engine very long range heavy bombers in service.http://www.thisdayinaviation.com/1-july-1954/

    The Japan Ground Self-Defense Force represents, The Army of Japan. It was created on July 1st, 1954 http://www.oldpicz.com/japan-ground-self-defense-force-1954/

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  9. November 14th 1954 exact:
    November 14 – Egyptian president Muhammad Naguib is deposed, and Gamal Abdel Nasser replaces him.
    Condoleezza Rice, a politician and former secretary of state to George W. Bush administration, was born.
    http://www.bet.com/news/politics/2013/11/14/this-day-in-black-history-nov-14-1954.html

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    • That’s really interesting! Condoleezza Rice was born on the exact aspect? Hmm. I am at least a little surprised she has not run for Prez.

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      • Right? I was thinking that part of the research-say a column in the spreadsheet could be all the significant people born on the exact aspects too, what do you think? Or in that year?

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      • That is an interesting idea. Hmm. Lois Rodden’s work might be useful: http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Main_Page

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      • Thanks, I will check that out.

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  10. Other 1954 events not exact:
    January 21 – The first nuclear-powered submarine, the USS Nautilus, is launched in Groton, Connecticut, by First Lady of the United States Mamie Eisenhower.
    January 25 – The foreign ministers of the United States, Britain, France and the Soviet Union meet at the Berlin Conference.
    February 10 – After authorizing $385 million over the $400 million already budgeted for military aid to Vietnam, President of the United States Dwight D. Eisenhower warns against his country’s intervention in Vietnam.
    February 19 – 1954 transfer of Crimea: The Soviet Politburo of the Soviet Union orders the transfer the Crimean Oblast from the Russian SFSR to the Ukrainian SSR.
    February 23 – The first mass vaccination of children against polio begins in Pittsburgh, United States.
    March 1
    U.S. officials announce that a hydrogen bomb test (Castle Bravo) has been conducted on Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean.
    March 13 – French troops begin the battle against the Viet Minh in Dien Bien Phu.
    March 27 – The Castle Romeo nuclear test explosion is executed.
    April 7 – Dwight D. Eisenhower gives his “domino theory” speech during a news conference
    April 26 –
    An international conference on Korea and Indo-China opens in Geneva.
    May 4 – General Alfredo Stroessner deposes Federico Chávez in a coup d’état in Paraguay and rules until 1989.
    May 7 – Vietnam War (run-up): The Battle of Dien Bien Phu ends in a French defeat (the battle began on March 13)
    May 17
    Brown v. Board of Education (347 US 483 1954): The U.S. Supreme Court rules unanimously that segregated schools are unconstitutional.
    May 29
    Creation and first meeting of the Bilderberg Group.
    June 14 – The words “under God” are added to the United States Pledge of Allegiance.
    June 17 – A CIA-engineered military coup occurs in Guatemala.
    June 22
    Sarah Mae Flemming is expelled from a bus in South Carolina for sitting in a white-only section.
    June 27
    Guatemalan President Jacobo Árbenz steps down in a CIA-sponsored military coup, triggering a bloody civil war that continues for more than 35 years.
    The world’s first atomic power station opens at Obninsk, near Moscow.
    July 4
    Food rationing in Great Britain ends with the lifting of restrictions on sale and purchase of meat, 14 years after it began early in World War II and nearly a decade after the war’s end.
    July 21 – First Indochina War: The Geneva Conference sends French forces to the south, and Vietnamese forces to the north, of a ceasefire line, and calls for elections to decide the government for all of Vietnam by July 1956. Failure to abide by the terms of the agreement leads to the establishment de facto of regimes of North Vietnam and South Vietnam, and the Vietnam War.
    September 14
    The Soviet Union test fires a thermonuclear bomb for the first time.
    September 30 – The USS Nautilus (SSN-571), the first nuclear-powered submarine in the world, is commissioned into the U.S. Navy.
    October 23
    West Germany joins NATO.
    Paris Agreement sets up the Western European Union to implement the Treaty of Brussels (1948) providing for mutual self-defence and other collaboration between Belgium, France, West Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
    November 19 – The Korean Cold War between the communist North and the capitalist South begins over a year after the conclusion of the Korean War.
    November 30 – In Sylacauga, Alabama, a four-kilogram piece of the Hodges Meteorite crashes through the roof of a house and badly bruises a napping woman, in the first documented case of an object from outer space hitting a person.
    December 23 – J. Hartwell Harrison, and Joseph Murray perform the world’s first successful kidney transplant in Boston, Massachusetts.
    Date unknown-
    After the death of Joseph Stalin, the Soviet Union starts releasing political prisoners and deportees from its Gulag prison camps.

    all from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1954

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    • Another rather amazing year. First kidney transplant; the Soviets get “the bomb”; launch of the first nuclear powered submarine; West Germany joins NATO (a BIG thing this soon after WWII); and Brown v. Board of Education. Again: Wow!

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      • Is there a combination of aspects that have started this accelerated advancement? Or a single event? Don’t you think, it is strange that we lived for thousands of years with little change or development in technology etc. and then suddenly from around the end of 19th century everything started happening?
        Or it had already happened in the past with all those ancient civilizations and with the progress they destroyed themselves and all the knowledge and technology they had, so we kept starting from the scratch?
        It is so fascinating.
        Perhaps our research will answer even those questions.

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      • Those are big questions. Mainstream science does not really seem to have an answer. At least some in the Metaphysics community think we did live before; all the stories about Atlantis and Lemuria focus on that. Again, those are very big questions. (What tools would be needed to answer them?)

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      • You are right…Grr why do I always want to know the impossible 😛 I know of Atlantis and Lemuria-very interesting and intriguing.
        Tools-I’ll think about that. x

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      • Yes, and I worry about analyses of even “just” the last 250 years. I can remember older adults discussing the “Great Depression” and how different things were during that ordeal. Almost no one alive today can grasp how bad things were then. I know that the family RADIO served a function similar to television today except that families only had ONE.

        And it was AM. FM was not in widespread use until the mid to late 1970’s in MOST “markets.” It was not the same revolution as color TV, but it was a revolution of its own.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FM_(No_Static_at_All)

        The “picture show” (cinema in the 1940’s and 1950’s into early 60’s) typically had one screen, and it was a social event tied to different stages of family. Saturday matinee was really a baby sitter for kids, Saturday evening movies were for dating couples, and so forth. During WW II “newsreels” would bring home news of “The War.” Even the changes of the 1950’s and 1960’s, which are simple by today’s standards, were often not foreseeable in the 1930’s and 1940’s.


        Color television was a HUGE deal in the 1960’s. The first remote controls were ultrasonic, and the ringing of a telephone (which had an actual PHYSICAL bell) would produce tones that would turn the television on. (You would come home and think someone had been in your house because the TV was on, at least until you found out what was really happening.) Very, very different from now. Hard to imagine, though the 1980’s Movie series “Back to the Future” (one of my faves) makes those points fairly well. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote_control Ah, for a Mr. Fusion powered flying Delorean….

        Atlantis? Lemuria? Who knows? Mainstream science says no evidence of them, but mainstream science has been wrong before. (They tend to cover up their mistakes, too. Consider, for example, the story of Semmelweiss (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ignaz_Semmelweis). He was committed to an insane asylum because he believed tiny plants and animals (bacteria & related) cause some illness. (He was right. See, also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asepsis ) The latest version of the smear campaign continues in the form of “but he really was insane.” The science community is not willing to admit the atrocity they (collectively) committed against this important forward thinker. It stinks. But, what can anyone do about it?)

        Then there was the scandal involving Sir Cyril Burt which no one discusses any more. Cover up after cover up of where science (technically the “scientific community,” but is that a real difference?) has lied, covered up, and buried the truth. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyril_Burt

        More recently: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0140352/ Same song, second verse.

        So, the easy thing is to just say, “oh, yeah, you are right. Atlantis and Lemuria could not POSSIBLY have existed.”

        And, as older generations die off, and history is re-written, the truth dies, washed away like tears in the rain.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tears_in_rain_monologue

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blade_Runner

        http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083658/

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  13. Hi Grandtrines, I am sorry I haven’t been working on the project 😦 I have neglected my blog too, as we’ve been busy with the kids and now that the school finally started I have been trying to finish my book and realized how much work still needs to be done!
    I have to admit that this is also what I do a lot, I get over excited about something, and dive in with such intensity, and then burn out and loose steam. Can I blame it on my Aries ascendent? Lol When things calm down I will continue. Gia x

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    • That’s a common claim (“dive in with such intensity, and then burn out and loose steam”) with a fire sign on sun / moon / ascendant. Quite frankly, you probably need to hire a proofreader (not me!) to look over your novel. I have heard rumors that sometimes you can find one for as low as $150, and if you are serious about being published then they are worthwhile (or so I have heard). The proofreader, if they are a good one, can give you the “direction” you need to go with your work.

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      • You made me laugh -“(not me!)” LOL You are probably right. I was wondering what exactly is proofreading, editing & copy editing, and if I’ll need all of them.
        For now I’ll work on the areas I identified, and then see if I can find a good proofreader $150 sounds reasonable. Thank you Grandtrines! x

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      • $150 is the floor. Could be more (easily $500) depending on the length of your novel and the reputation of the proofreader. ($150 = 3 to 6 hours on a relatively short novel by an entry level proofreader) Some go the next step and hire a freelance editor to make deeper changes (could be $1000 or more). Once you have been through this, you have your best shot at having a finished publishable and marketable work that can actually make you money (or so I have heard). One way to find these is to check the “credits” in novels in the area where you hope to publish.

        Or you could hire a community college English professor who wants to make some “spare change.” (Strategies vary, obviously!)

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      • Thank you so much for your advice and tips (the credits & English prof) Great ideas! I follow Ellen Brock’s blog and I really like what she does, but she is not cheap.
        I forget where I read it, but someone said if you are not willing to invest anything in your book, do not expect the readers to either.
        I am definitely planning to have to have it edited, since English is my second language too, I know it will need to be done. I am not publishing anything that is not great/or professionally presented. I do not thousands though to do it.
        I came across a blog yesterday, and the girl wants to get into editing, apparently she has a natural talent, but did very little work (2 novels one her own and one of her friend’s, master thesis that had no syntax mistakes, and prepared professional papers for publishing etc).
        She would possibly do it cheap, but would it be any good? I would also like to help her out. It is a risk. I might have to think about it. x

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      • I think it is a very tough call. While I have researched the process of publication, I have not actually published a popular press work. But, in my research efforts, what I have found is that finding good editors / proofreaders is a rather tricky art. Here is what I think: even an inexpensive proofreader is probably better than no proofreader at all. Even if you do not agree with their suggestion, at least you will think enough about your writing to restructure certain sections to make them better. Just stay away from “friends” and relatives and other people who are too close to you. Chances are good that they cannot objectively review your work. Pick someone as neutral and objective (and, ideally, familiar with the genre) as possible.

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      • Thank you Grandtrines, I really appreciate your advice 🙂 I will definitely get a proofreader at some point (soon), and I agree on the family&friends, they wouldn’t be objective. Good point! x

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