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Mundane Horoscope of Denmark:
The Constitution of 1849

 

 

 

     Denmark: The Constitution of 1849


Source: "The current Danish horoscope is usually set for the foundation of the liberal constitution with its constitutional monarchy and parliamentary government on 5 June 1849. The new constitution was signed by King Frederick VII in Copenhagen just after noon ..." Campion, "The Book of World Horoscopes" (Second Edition), p. 138.

 

 

From:

The Role of the Least-aspected Planet in Astrocartography

 

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For information on aspect orbs, go here. The three-digit numerals indicating planetary strength are based on: major aspects [first number]; minor aspects [second number]; and aspects to ascendant and midheaven [third number]. The node is calculated separately.

 

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