A test of methods for predicting the shape of the face based facial models of John Willner (1991) and the rising decan (Hindu decans). Majority of examples support the Sun’s sign and not the Sun’s season as the contributor to physiognomy. Study raises questions on inclusion of Sun’s season in temperament models as recommended by Ptolemy. Thirty-six examples. Horoscopes sourced from Astrodatabank; no rectified charts used. 57 pages.
"3 Scenarios for Leo
When Leo is found in a certain house, we can expect one or more of the following experiences, depending on how much you're able to express your true self without fear or shame:
1) Experience of Personal Significance - You feel like a rock star in that area of life: people love and honor you for who you are, and you love expressing this part (defined by the house) of yourself to others. You will most likely be elevated somehow in others' eyes, in this life area.
"A picture is worth a thousand words, they say. So when I was asked if I'd distill some ideas from a current project of mine for use in an issue devoted to the Leo/Aquarius axis, I immediately thought back to one image that best seemed to capture the essence of this zodiacal dynamic: Two or three children are on a playground, laughing and singing in blissful abandon, while, circled around them, are a dozen scientists in white lab coats, carefully observing and recording every move for a research study on the nature of play.
A list of Leo correspondences.
" Leo came into the world with an instinctive feel for creating dramatic scenarios. Leo likes the spotlight. Can you ignore the Sun? Will Leo let you ignore them?
"Leo is the sign of the Sun, the central heart of the solar system, majestic ruler of the heavens. In ancient times the Sun came to its full glory and reached the height of its annual ascent as it joined the stars in the constellation of the Lion. Ever since, lions have been portrayed in art, myth and iconography as powerful symbols of solar strength, supremacy, glory, light and brilliance"