You have surely heard of the early 20th century art movement called suprematism, where a painting is reduced to the absolute essential? There is a far older branch of esoteric astrology known as supremastrology, that also has a similar approach. The chart is reduced to the absolute essentials.
Supremastrology, mind you, is for old souls and nothing to be messed around with. Fortunately there are a few who are advanced enough to practice this rarest form of astrology. The ability to emanate one’s own light is prerequisite for the title of “Astrologer Supreme” (Sup.A.). Young souls may add to their charts any number of planets, asteroids, and whatever other celestial flotsam they can find. There are plenty of other young souls who require what is beyond the essential. But there are ancient souls, such as myself and our revered Dame Detrimentia, who have reached the epitomy of essentiality, there are no planets left in our charts. Only the MC/IC and Asc/Desc. axis remain. This explains our superior knowledge and extreme longevity. That is why Dame Detrimentia can say that her solar return has moved to a point at infinity.
But, dear reader, there are signs that maybe you too are on your way to this supreme state. If, for example, you wake up in the morning and can’t remember your birthday, then that is a sure sign that your chart has begun emptying itself of its burden of planets. Then it is high time to visit a Supremastrologist, as only he or she is able to discover your true chart. (Thomas, is the Keeper of the addresses of this elite circle). Supremastrologist consultations are very expensive and very exclusive. But who isn’t willing to pay for knowing which planets have disappeared from their charts?
The sceptic might say, “But if you can’t remember your birthday then it isn’t possible to cast a chart!” But that is precisely why a supremastrology consultation is so expensive. Not to mention the horrendous cost of the nearly invisible ink, available only from the company Tailor’s Extraordinary™ (by appointment to his imperial majesty, the emperor), used to print out the charts.