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Interface Nodes [Prima]

Interface nodes represent a projection onto the ecliptic of the nodal axis formed by the inter- section of two planetary orbital planes – a technique pioneered by Michael Erlewine.

Since the point of view is heliocentric, the table of nodes includes those of the Earth but not the Sun or Moon. The numbers shown on the table indicate the distance (in degrees) of the planet listed on the left from the node formed with the planet listed above. Planetary positions closely conjunct a particular nodal axis (inclination) or at maximum distance from it (disinclination) are emphasized, and the actual positions of both the planet and the nodal axis can be obtained by highlighting (with the aid of the cursor keys) the planetary combination in question.

See also:
♦ Ecliptic ♦ Nodes ♦ Moon's Nodes ♦ Erlewine, Michael


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