TNO Research
   Centaur Research

Looking into the Astrological Depths

AstrologicalDepth Website © 2010 Linda Lee Berry

And Finding New Discoveries, New Awarenesses


2/19/2011 Revised description of Deucalion
2/13/2011 Centaur Research Section added to website
2/13/2011 Detail Pages added Centaurs: Amycus, 248835 {2006 SX368} and 250112 {2002 KY14}
2/13/2011 Detail pages added TNOs: 15760 {1992 QB1} and 241097 {2007 DU112}

Our awareness of the Solar System represents a pattern that synchronizes with our human experience. When Uranus was discovered and the American and French Revolutions occurred, our understanding of the words "Individual" and "Independent" changed. Astronomers have identified these transneptunian planets as being on a par with Pluto and we as astrologers know from long experience how potent Pluto is. We need to understand what impact these minor planets are having upon us and what forces they represent that are becoming more conscious within us. This gives us a way to understand our expanding levels of potential consciousness as individuals and as a human species. I have been researching these bodies to seek to understand better how they operate in our lives. That research is being presented on this website.

As of 7/28/2010 there have been approximately 1400 bodies discovered that orbit beyond Jupiter, 228 have had their orbits determined well enough that they can be numbered and 34 of those bodies (including Pluto) have been named. My research has currently focused on the bodies orbiting out beyond Neptune that have been named. I have periodically worked some on the Centaurs which orbit between Jupiter and Neptune and will continue that research and post it when it is ready..

CREDIT: There is a group of Astrologers who are researching these bodies who share information in the Centaurs and Centaurs2 groups in Yahoo Groups. Their dedication and capabilities are amazing. It is through interaction with them that I have learned enough to understand how to embark on the studies that I am presenting here and I dedicate this work to them with deep gratitude for all that they are doing to expand our understanding of our Solar System and ourselves.