part of Astrological Glossary
- are one of the first and basic information of the horoscope. The American astrologer Marc Edmund Jones identified seven basic planetary patterns, as a means of associating specific visual images with each degree of the horoscope. These seven patterns include the Splash Shape (planets are evenly spread around the horoscope), Bowl Shape (planets are arrayed across one half of the horoscope), See-Saw Shape (planets are grouped together in two opposing clusters), Bundle Shape (planets pressed within the one third of the horoscope), Bucket Shape (all of the planets are close together except of one, which is opposite them), Locomotive Shape (planets are arrayed one by one around the chart and face an empty trine) and the Splay Shape (planets are randomly distributed usually in three pairs around the chart).
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