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Are your software settings messing up your predictions? There's a solution!
How can you get the most accurate predictions around? Skim the surface of protections with Samuel Reynolds!
DATE: November 13, 2021
TIME: 1:00-2:30 pm Pacific Time
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Since the 1980s, Fractal theory has developed and is being used by some physicists to explain the nature of the universe and by some astrologers to explain the Hermetic Principle in more mathematically precise terms. Since a fractal is a precise mathematical function that maintains its proportionality when calculated on different scales, astrologers have embraced it to explain secondary progressions, solar arc directions, and other progressions rates such as quarterly progressions as well as an array of other progression and solar arc rates.
Although these astrologers have embraced the flexibility and the mathematical precision of fractal theory, they have failed to realize that the standard methods traditionally used by astrologers to calculate secondary progressions and solar arc directions have a small error built into them which makes them increasingly inaccurate the older the person becomes. In addition, this error makes rectification using progressions are solar arc directions more difficult. During my presentation, I will explain why this is the case.
Before the promise of fractal progressions and directions can be realized, these long-hidden errors in calculating progressions and directions must be identified, the default settings in astrological software must be corrected, and the curriculum in astrological schools must be revised.
During this presentation, Ronald will show you how to calculate Secondary and Solar Arc Directions correctly and point out why the traditional method is incorrect and describe the magnitude of the error. The correct calculation options will be identified in popular astrological software such as Sirius, Solar Fire, Kepler8, and Janus. A method will also be given to correct the error when your software only uses the traditional method.