« Last post by Halina on Today at 08:30:36 AM »
Thanks for the references Barb..... Stacy for depression an excellent book is "Signs of Mental Illness", by Mitchell Gibson, M.D.....he uses declinations, and multiple planet aspects in diagnosing such illnesses as depression, panic, obsessive compulsion, post traumatic stress, anxiety disorder, phobias, schizophrenis, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Here are some things he says to look for in Markers For Major Depression(there are 43 markers, but I will just list ones for parallels, declinations):
1. Parallels such as Saturn/Pluto, Sun/Mercury, Pluto/Mars, Venus/Moon, Uranus/Moon, Pluto/Moon.
2. Contraparallels such as: Jupiter/Neptune, Jupiter/Mercury, Saturn/Pluto, Jupiter/Uranus, Saturn/Mercury, Pluto/Mercury/
3. Identify the Triangle elevations( 3 planets forming a parallel or contraparallel relationship to all other planets within the triangle) :
such as Saturn-Pluto-Mars and Mars-Moon-Uranus.
4. Identify the Hidek elevations ( planet found between 21 degrees 23 deg 30' on either side of the celestial equator.
So look for any of these 3 planets at such elevations: Pluto, Uranus, Saturn.
5. Identify the Exdek elevations (A planet above 23*30' on either side of the celestial equator. Look for any of Mars, Moon, Venus in this position.
6. Identify Proximity elevations ( Two planets are found within 30 minutes of declination to each other within a particular elevation.) Examples of this are:
Pluto/Mars parallel, Pluto/Mercury contraparallel, Saturn/Pluto parallel.
7. Identify Grand Elevatiions (Degrees of elevation are calculated by adding the TOTAL NUMBER OF ELEVATIONS for each planet. A planet with ONE ELEVATION
is said to have a First-Degree elevation. A planet with TWO ELEVATIONS is said to have a Second-Degree elevation.
A PLANET WITH 6 OR MORE ELEVATIONS is said to have a GRAND ELEVATION.)
8. Author then gives formulas for final calculations....but even without these formulas, you can check your degree of Major Depression....the more of the above you have, the more your inclination to major depression. The GPI index is found by adding all the longitudinal and declinational elevations in your chart (solar fire does declinations, parallesl, contraparallels)
7. Here are the GPI scores of his example people for Major Depression:
Matilda, her GPI was 24(she had 24 markers for this disease); Denise had a GPI of 41; David had a GPI of 28; Cynthia had a GPI of 24; Betty's GPI 29.
8. High risk TRANSITS for MAJOR DEPRESSION WHICH GIVE INTENSIFICATION OF SYMPTOMS ARE:
Saturn/Pluto parallel; Pluto/Mars parallel; Jupiter/Neptune contraparallel; Exdek Mars; Saturn/Neptune square; Saturn/Uranus square.