Sedna Aspects

 

Sedna Consciousness, the Soul’s Path of Destiny, by Alan Clay


Welcome. I’m working on a book on the astrology of Sedna, which I’m calling ‘Sedna Consciousness, the Soul’s Path of Destiny’, deriving it’s meaning from the planet’s physical characteristics and orbit, from a look back at past cycles, from events around it’s discovery in 2003 and from the charts of 26 case studies.


I hope to have the book ready by November and I will be updating this site with more excerpts as we get closer. Hop on our list to get these updates by email and also to receive a free promotional copy on it’s release.


Sedna Aspects


‘Sedna Consciousness, the Path of Destiny’ includes detailed aspect analysis, so you can interpret Sedna in your own chart.


We’ll use all 18 inner planets, 3 asteroids and 4 centaurs in our analysis as well as the MC, ASC, Part of Fortune and North Node. Here’s the full list of the planets, asteroids and centaurs we are using.

Sun (will)

Moon (feelings)

Mercury (communication)

Venus (values)

Mars (action)

Ceres (nurturing)

Juno (partnership)

Pallas (wisdom)

Vesta (regeneration)

Jupiter (expansion)

Saturn (structure)

Chiron (wounding & healing)

Pholus (growth)

Chariklo (foresight)

Nessus (radical change)

Uranus (intuition)

Neptune (visions)

Pluto/Charon (transformation)

Ixion (lawlessness)

Orcus (speaking out)

Haumea (rebirth)

Makemake (focus/talent)

Verona (notability)

Quaoar (new perspectives)

Eris (consciousness through discord)


I’m still looking for examples of some aspects and I’d welcome any feedback. Here’s the Sedna aspects I’m still researching:


quintile/bi-quintile Sun

inconjunct North Node

inconjunct Mercury

inconjunct Vesta

inconjunct Pluto/Charon

opposition Orcus

inconjunct Orcus

opposition Chiron

quintile/bi-quintile Chariklo

inconjunct Nessus

inconjunct MakeMake

inconjunct Haumea

opposition Varuna

inconjunct Varuna

inconjunct Quaoar


If you have one of these aspects, or can suggest case studies who do, or if you want to enquire about other aspects, email me at: alan (at) artmedia.net.nz . I welcome your feedback as together we pull back the vale on the new outermost limits of the solar system.