In which Jupiter notices how he is constrained by Saturn

This is probably the most elegant and simple way of proportioning the relative mean orbits of the two largest planets. Jupiter is again contemplating his phoenix, looking across the Sun and this time examining Saturn's similar position. The proportion can be defined with 99.8% accuracy by the square root of two - and is graphically shown above as a square. Jupiter rules expansion, Saturn contraction. Between them they govern breath. Jupiter's experience of Ceres (opposite) *, Saturn (this page), Uranus (Big and Strange - page 70) ** and Neptune (overleaf) ** are all, remarkably and coincidentally, characterised by a square. Jupiter is the Roman name for the Greek Zeus.


* The page referred to as opposite from the 'Book of Coincidence' is the Beltane diagram in the menu on the left of this page.

** These pages are not here shown.