Posts Tagged by Mercury Sesquiquadrate Neptune
|April 16, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Learning, Aspects, Delineation|
Below is a comparison between the Sesquisquare (also know as the Sesquiquadrate) and the semi-square and square. This is followed by what others say about Saturn square Uranus as I believe this an aspect that most readily suggests some of the challenges and solutions in the Sesquiquadrate. I also say that this aspect has a Neptunian quality about it too. That’s probably why I choose to delineate Neptune and Mercury (a lower vibration of Uranus).
|January 6, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Learning, Aspects|
Sesquiquadrate? How the heck do you pronounce Sesquiquadrate anyway? It’s a mouthful! And, to me, that translates to complex and hard to understand and that might be part of the problem. Is it even worth delineating? To me, fortunately or not, it is!
Other than reading that the Sesquiquadrate (inversion of a Semi-square) is less evil, I haven’t read much about it that differs it from a Square or Semi-Square. (Thank you Jan Bird for posting some links in the comments section!! I welcome more links as well)
Many astrologers (to my knowledge) do not speak about it in regards to how it affects a chart or transit. Is that because it’s known as a “minor aspect”?