Neptune = 110
Pluto = 110
Jupiter = 130
Saturn = 130
Mercury = 310
Venus = 221
Sun = 231
Moon = 320
Mars = 321
Uranus = 322

Node = non-Transcendental (301)

     Panama: Independence from Colombia

Equally-underaspected Primary Transcendentals Neptune, Pluto; equally-underaspected Secondary Transcendentals Jupiter, Saturn.

Nov 3, 1903
06.00.00 PM LMT (+11)
Panama, Panama
079W32'00"; 08N58'00"
Asc: 04Li44; Mc: 03Cn34

Source: Campion, "Book of World Horoscopes, " p. 277.

Additional information: " . . . TR [Teddy Roosevelt] realized a fifty-year-old American dream: a canal across Central America. When Colombia refused to give him the land, TR engineered a rebellion in the section he wanted, recognized the result as the new "free" Republic of Panama, and dug his ditch." -- Gore Vidal, "The American Presidency," p. 38.


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