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    @.~*virinaĉo*~.@ Totenkindly's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rivercrow View Post
    Yeah me, too...but try explaining to your SJ parents why you want to know exactly when you were conceived....

    Heh. And is that from fertilization or implantation or which aspect of pregnancy, anyway?
    And what if you were cloned?

    Technology makes life so confusing nowadays, at least in terms of astrological relevance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rivercrow View Post
    And is that from fertilization or implantation or which aspect of pregnancy, anyway?
    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    And what if you were cloned?

    Technology makes life so confusing nowadays, at least in terms of astrological relevance.
    Fertilization. And cloning wouldn't matter; it'd still give an independent time from the cloned person's fertlization date. Even if there was a batch of sextuplets or something, I suppose there'd still be a small difference [perhaps in the time it takes to scoot some juices around with a pipette? *shrugs*].

    Reminds me -- god only knows why Use of Pipettes seems to equate to Doing Science, so far as the public perception goes. Check out any of the goofy CSI shows -- almost every damn episode involves pipettes, a centrifuge, and a goddamn gas spectrometer, as though these are the only tools needed to solve crimes. Sheesh. Dumbasses. :rolli:

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    Quote Originally Posted by raincrow007 View Post
    Reminds me -- god only knows why Use of Pipettes seems to equate to Doing Science, so far as the public perception goes. Check out any of the goofy CSI shows -- almost every damn episode involves pipettes, a centrifuge, and a goddamn gas spectrometer, as though these are the only tools needed to solve crimes. Sheesh. Dumbasses. :rolli:
    Or these darn things.
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    Gay or Straight?

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    I made these astrology, MBTI, and Enneagram correlations a while ago because of how disorganized David Kelly's was at Ptypes. Basically, I put the Water Signs in NF, Air Signs in NT, Earth Signs in SJ, and Fire Signs in SP.

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    When I was studying astrology, I spent a good 4-5 months basing my charts off of conception, just to see if I could form any substantial evidence that natal astrology may be flawed (other than the obvious "astrology is horseshit" thing). Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find any correlation with the time (of course never accurate) people were conceived and what that would do to their chart. It ended up having me as a Capricorn Sun, Leo Moon and Taurus rising (when I am Libra, Pisces, Gemini) which is quite far off from who I am, at least based on astrological personality types.

    Anything I have ever read on the subject of premature or induced birth has said that it has no effect on your astrological chart. It is strictly based on when you leave the womb, whether at the planned time, or early.

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    I have the sun in Pisces, moon in Cancer, and ascendant in Gemini. I also have a lot of planetary aspects and placements in the Moon, Mars, Uranus, and Pluto. Actually, my Uranus placements are where the most aspects are located.

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