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Dictionary of Astrological and Astronomical Terms

Compiled by Julene Packer-Louis, Evan Bortnick, and Jackie Goldstein

Copyright 2000-2020 OCA, Inc. All rights reserved. No portion of the dictionary may be reproduced in any form without written permission.

 

Behold

When two planets are within orb of an aspect, they are said to behold one another. Lilly gave the example of Saturn at 10 degrees of Aries beholding Mars at 7 degrees of Capricorn by dexter square aspect.

Zodiac signs can behold one another in one of three ways: by major aspect (Conjunction, Sextile, Square, Trine, Opposition), by antiscion, or by contra-antiscion.

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