North and South Nodes of the Moon

Jun 21st, 2015
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It is relatively safe to say that the Moon’s Nodes have a rather nebulous reputation in astrology, with a wide variety of interpretations and understandings of their use in a natal horoscope. With that in mind, I offer this discussion. It is aimed at intermediate and advanced astrologers, but beginners may find certain parts of the article understandable, and I’ve provided a listing of the signs that the Nodes have occupied over the last few decades. This makes it easy to identify in what sign the Node resides in your natal chart, even if you do not have a natal horoscope chart available. What are the Moon’s Nodes? The Moon’s Nodes are mathematical points. They represent where the orbit of the Moon around the Earth crosses the Ecliptic (which is the Earth’s path around the Sun).

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PERSONAL INFORMATIONName Kristijan Krka Phone Office: 00385 1 2354184 E-mail Address Zagreb School of Economics and Management, Jordanovac 110, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia (ZSEM) Degree BA, MA, PhD (philosophy); Doctoral thesis defended: 19. 5. 2003 Thesis Doubt, dogma, and pragmatism Wittgensteins pragmatic anti-skepticism in the context of 20th century analytic epistemology Mentor Professor Ivan Macan, PhD Promotion Doctoral promotion: 18. 6. 2004; Degree Granting Institution: Philosophical Faculty of the Society of Jesus in Zagreb, Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb (FFDI) No. of scientist 213414 (for Croatia) (humanities / philosophy / epistemology) Status Dozent (dozent promotion: 12. 6. 2007, University of Zagreb) Institutions Zagreb School of Economics and Management/ZSEM (full time) (Croatia), Philosophical Faculty of the Society of Jesus in Zagreb/FFDI (guest professor) (Croatia), Sciences Po Lille, University Lille 2 (guest professor) (France) Position ZSEM: Professor of Business ethics and CSR / Introduction to Philosophy, FFDI: Associate professor of Epistemology / Analytic Philosophy, Sciences Po Lille, University Lille 2: Guest Professor of Introduction to Ethics and CSR Date of appointment FFDI: 1996 (assistant), 2007 (dozent), ZSEM: 2003 (lecturer), 2005 (senior lecturer), 2007 (professor), Institute for Political Sciences, Lille 2, 2009 (Continuing guest professor) Working experience Lecturing: FFDI since 1996 (undergrad

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