Young John Kepler and I were discussing his new-fangled “Harmony of the Spheres” last Full Moon. I told him it was all very well to invent new aspects but didn’t he think that those even newer aspects that have only just become fashion, such as the quakecunx, were on shaky ground, especially when they were inconjunct? He told me to keep my boots on as he had so enjoyed naming his last batch of aspects: quintile (72°), bi-quintile (144°) and sesqui-quadrate (135°) that he had invented a whole new set that would steal the show away from any ridiculous quakequnx. These new aspects are based on prime numbers ending with 3:
They are all difficult aspects, beginning with the contortions needed by both tongue, larynx and lungs to pronounce them. Two planets that are in queue-laterly naturally are always in each others way and when another planet should aspect one of them by empt-morphimarmite then it is a really sticky situation. The only hope is to wait for a pleasenonotsalivate transit to clean the mess up.