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Grouped Transit Tables

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If the 'Append to output' checkbox is unchecked then the output textbox is cleared before new output. If it is checked then new output is appended to the existing output. This makes it possible to group related transit tables. For example, one may get the transit table for Jung's Uranus return using three different sets of orb values: 15°, 10° and 5°; 10°, 5° and 3° and 3°, 2° and 1°. Writing the output to a file produces: Jung's Uranus return for orbs 15°, 10°, 5°, 3° and 1°

Here is another example of grouped transit tables. As noted in Examples from the Life of Friedrich Nietzsche, in January 1883, in the words of Richard Tarnas, "An explosion of creative power overtook him [Nietzsche], and Thus Spoke Zarathustra poured forth in an onrush of inspired clarity, pathos, and beauty." The transit tables (for orbs 7°, 5° and 3°) given in Nietzsche's personal transits 1882-1883 show that in January 1883:

Thus from January 22 to January 26 among Nietszche's personal transits there were three exact trines, four exact sextiles, two exact squares and an exact conjunction — quite a lot in just five days. And nearly half of these exact aspects (two trines, one sextile and one conjunction) involved Mercury, the planet of thought and communcation.

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