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A friend who practices Jyotish worries that the October 25 Jupiter-Venus Initiation occurs on a Degree that Rudhyar suggests may be about Karma. Evidently the combination of Venus and Jupiter doesn’t bode well in Jyotish, even though both are benefics. The Degree, 16 Virgo, is about “Children at the zoo coming face to face with an Orangutan.” For his time…
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