Best dates to start the Work, a ritual / ceremony,
or a celebration, are marked with an A in the left column. key code
Calculations made for the central U.S.A.
For start times before 10:00 AM.
Latitude 39° N, Longitude 94° W To adjust the start-time to YOUR LOCATION, add (E of 94° W), or subtract (W of 94° W), 4 minutes time,
per degree of Longitude, to / from your 10:00 AM time.
Even though this information is calculated for the northern hemisphere, in the Americas, it is applicable most everywhere, with an adjustment of the start time. You may want to purchase my handbook and learn how to do this for your specific location and your chosen time of day.
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JANUARY • 2023
A = active N = neutral P = passive
Date in January
Day of the Week
Total of the Influences: how many positives how many negatives
Elements of the Zodiac Signs: F = fire • A = air • W = water • E = earth; and how many planets in each.
The Twelve Laboratory Processes
Moon Phase + Distance New / Full *Perigee / **Apogee
Active Days: best date to start, positive number is larger.
Neutral Days: questionable, positive and negative numbers are the same.
Passive Days: avoid starting, negative number is larger.
Element of Fire, and the number of Planets in Fire signs.
Element of Air, and the number of Planets in Air signs.
Element of Water, and the number of Planets in Water signs.
Element of Earth, and the number of Planets in Earth signs.
First Quarter: Moon's reflection half illuminated. (Time of events are in MST, military format.)
New Moon: no reflection, Moon is dark.
Third Quarter: Moon's reflection half illuminated.
Full Moon: full reflection, Moon is bright.
Moon's reflection becoming more illuminated.
Moon's reflection becoming less illuminated.
Shape of the Moon's reflection, less than half illuminated.
Shape of the Moon's reflection, more than half illuminated.
Perigee: The Moon's closest distance to Earth. The Moon travels in a slightly eccentric elliptical orbit, not exactly circular.
Apogee: The Moon's farthest distance from Earth. Perigee and Apogee refer to closest and furthest distances for the month.
To adjust the start-time to your location, add (E of 94° W), or subtract (W of 94° W), 4 minutes time,
per degree of Longitude, to / from your 10:00 time.
This info will be close for all other latitudes.
If the positive and negative count is nearly equal you may
want to recalculate for your specific latitude and longitute.
Positive / negative count aspects based on 7° orb, 5° orb for sextiles.
Check past dates:
April - December, 2011: archive
January - December, 2012: archive
January - December, 2013: archive
January - December, 2014: archive
January - December, 2015: archive
January - December, 2016: archive
January - December, 2017: archive
January - December, 2018: archive
January - December, 2019: archive
January - December, 2020: archive
January - December, 2021: archive
January - December, 2022: archive