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Re: Domitude
« Reply #30 on: January 31, 2021, 06:11:44 PM »
Hi Ed, I think it's ok
if in the future it's possible to have fortuna and black moon and set for the ptolemaic aspects only, that will be fine.
the positions ARc 360 in the form of a table is ok.
for the orb of the aspects, I do not know if it cover the the general settings.
great

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« Reply #31 on: January 31, 2021, 06:47:38 PM »
Hi Jeremy - the orb is set within the module. It has to be customised for this module because the main settings will only pick up longitude on the ecliptic. It's set at 6 degrees, which seemed to fit most closely with the chart shown in the article. I can include the extra points - that should be easy. Let me know how you get on. Any problems, put a post in this thread. Thanks. Ed

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« Reply #32 on: January 31, 2021, 07:08:58 PM »
Hi Jeremy - updated.

31 January 2021

v.2.09 - option to show ptolemaic aspects only, lilith and pars included.

Thanks. Ed

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Re: Domitude
« Reply #33 on: January 31, 2021, 08:09:37 PM »
thks ! :)
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Re: Domitude - updated v.2.11
« Reply #34 on: February 05, 2021, 10:17:41 AM »
Hi there - to enable this method to work with circumpolar planets, the algorithm for calculating the diurnal and nocturnal semiarcs (which domitude calculations rely on) has been adapted. See help below.

From the Helpfile.


Circumpolar Planets


It is important to note that the method has to be adapted for planets and points that are circumpolar at very high latitudes (north or south). Around or beyond the arctic and antarctic circles, planets and points may become circumpolar - that is, they don't rise or set during their diurnal cycle.


This means that the standard algorithm for determining the domitude of the planet or point, which relies on being able to identify the diurnal and nocturnal semiarc of the position, cannot be solved. The diurnal semiarc is the time taken for a planet to rise from the horizon to MC, and the nocturnal semiarc is the time taken for the planet to rise from the IC to horizon.


If a planet or point does not cross the horizon (never rises or sets) during its diurnal cycle, this arc cannot be calculated.


In this case, the diurnal and nocturnal semiarcs are assumed to be half the time taken for the planet or point to move from the IC to the MC, or to complete 25% of its diurnal cycle. This is always very nearly 6 hours, irrespective of the latitude or declination of the planet. Effectively, this means for circumpolar planets or points the 24 hour day is divided into two 12 hour timespans. This semidiurnal cycle is then divided in two again, to create two 1/4 day spans of 6 hours each. One 1/4 day is then allocated to the diurnal semiarc, and the other to the  nocturnal semiarc.


Circumpolar planets are identified with 'cp' in the listings, aspect grid, and wheel.


Cast charts as follows to see this adapted method in action:


21 June 2021
11AM
Murmansk, Russia


22 December 2021
11AM
Murmansk, Russia

Other Notes

The orb  is set at a standard six degrees for all aspects. Users may choose to display Ptolemaic aspects only. Please select the relevant option from the Display Options menu.

Users may also choose to show positions in the wheel in 360 degree notation.

For more information, see: https://jcremers.com/forum/index.php/topic,37.0.html

For a critical appraisal of the method see: http://www.astralis.it/pguinard_e.htm

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Re: Domitude
« Reply #35 on: February 05, 2021, 10:53:39 PM »
hello Ed I cannot check your system since PlanetDance update cannot be installed on wine in my mac computer now ( jean is chekking )
. So I'm waiting to check your system. But I can say that:

I believe that we must imagine this system except for the extreme latitudes like the problems of certain classical domifications which do not function in full north or south ( as I think I posted to you but I cant find the mail sent in my box so I speak here )

I can suggest you to have both systems if its possible

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Re: Domitude - updated v.2.16
« Reply #36 on: February 06, 2021, 08:54:14 AM »
Hi there - Jean will release the next update of this module later today.

v.2.16 - can now show fixed stars in outer wheel, includes data listing for stars, updated help

Thanks. Ed

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Re: Domitude
« Reply #37 on: February 06, 2021, 12:04:56 PM »
Jeremy can you please respond to https://groups.google.com/g/innosetup/c/S6zjdH6VJ3A
They are asking to start the installer like this

SetupPlanetdance.exe /LOG="yourname.txt"

This log contains info about the install, make it a filename you can easily find after the install and send it to me, or post it here.
Greetings from Groningen Netherlands <)))><.`.><(((>