The Role of the Least-Aspected Planet in Astrocartography
Planetary Symbolism in Astrocartography and Transcendental Astrology
The effect of the Transcendental Planet in the lives of historical, cultural and artistic personalities
Baez | Ethel
Barrymore | Clara
moments deemed Transcendental
Moon line in astrocartography | Sun line in astrocartography | Mercury line in astrocartography | Venus line in astrocartography | Mars line in astrocartography | Jupiter line in astrocartography | Saturn line in astrocartography | Uranus line in astrocartography | Neptune line in astrocartography | Pluto line in astrocartography | Numinous Consciousness |
Muhammad Ali |
I. The Least-Aspected Planet as the Spiritual Raison d'Etre:
Extensive collection of horoscopes of nations, exploring the peculiar role of Least-Aspected Saturn in national formations and in presidential horoscopes.
American Presidents & LAP Saturn
Statistical analysis of Least-Aspected planets for 41 American presidents.
Mundane charts with Least-Aspected planets; including the first oil strike (Least-Aspected Neptune); the discovery of Pluto (Least-Aspected Pluto); and Black Thursday, the 1929 Depression (Least-Aspected Saturn).
Beyond the “Trigger Effect”:
VIII. Transcendental Portraits:
Astrocartographer Couteau in Wikipedia
Featured in The Mountain Astrologer's 'Hot Web Sites for Astrologers':
"Couteau shares his in-depth research into biography and location at his site. There is a large collection of maps ... and articles at this always growing site, which is a wonderful resource for hose interested in locational techniques."
-- "Hot Web Sites for Astrologers," reviewed by Mary Plumb, The Mountain Astrologer, June / July 2000.
I. Interview in Astrolore | II. Transcendental Nations |
III. American Presidents & LAP Saturn
readings and consultations order info here.
'Transcendental Nations: Underaspected Planets in the Birth of Nations'
"This is a sparkling new
site by my cyber friend Couteau, whose work in
expanding on Astro * Carto* Graphy continues to
gobsmack me! His work in this field is inspiring a lot
of interest and I have noticed a trend developing
where we are looking for practical applications and
more 'down to earth' uses for our astrology. This is
compatible with Scott Whitters and my own work in the
field of local space and garden and architectural
design and I urge you to visit Couteau's site as it
brings new color to the concept of mundane astrology
and the nature of nations."
'Role of the Least-aspected Planet':
“Your material is superb ...
Because of my interest in aspects as well as Astro *
Carto * Graphy I found your discussion of
least-aspected planets very interesting and can
validate some of it. Had never looked at this concept
in A*C*G before and am excited with what I've found.
Will go back to your site often ... I find the
triple-zero Transcendentals fascinating...”
"I had a guru with an
unaspected Sun. He always thought that it allowed him
the maximum freedom of expressing the Sun's meaning
and function. Perhaps aspects not only help manifest
or express a planet's meaning and function they also
limit its scope of action."
"I've just checked into your website, and I am extremely impressed with your discoveries and presentation! Thank you. Please know that your work requires / deserves much time for study and assimilation........I feel it is really a "book" that all of us should study..."
-- Noel Tyl,
1 June 1998
"Go here for excellent work on astrocartograpy maps from Couteau."
"Couteau shares his in-depth research into biography and location at his site. There is a large collection of maps (more than 100) and articles at this always growing site, which is a wonderful resource for those interested in locational techniques."
"Don't miss Couteau's work on 'The Role of the Least-aspected Planet in Astrocartography'; it is astoundingly good research."
"Congratulntions on your work!"
— Boris Cristoff,
"Couteau has assembled his creative and impeccable research … into a book subtitled Planetary Symbolism in Transcendental Astrology…. Astrologers with a serious interest in locational astrology and mapping techniques will be enthralled by this book, as will all those who appreciate innovative astrological thinking."
-Mary Plumb, The Mountain Astrologer magazine, Oct./Nov. 2006