Lin Biao

Lin Biao

TY364/Sun conjunction


Lin Biao (Chinese: ??; pinyin: Lín Biao; Wade-Giles: Lin Piao) (December 5, 1907 - September 13, 1971) was a Chinese Communist military and political leader, once known as Mao Zedong's comrade-in-arms, but later condemned as a traitor.

Revolutionary

The son of a small landlord and a native of Huanggang, Hubei province, Lin joined the Socialist Youth League (1925) and matriculated at Whampoa Military Academy when he was 18.


While at Whampoa he became the protégé of both Zhou Enlai and the Soviet General Vasily Blyukher. Less than a year later, he was ordered to participate in the Northern Expedition, rising from deputy platoon leader to battalion commander in the National Revolutionary Army within a few months. Lin graduated from Whampoa in 1925 and by 1927 was a colonel.



After the KMT-CCP split, Lin escaped to the remote Communist base areas and joined Mao Zedong and Zhu De in Jiangxi in 1928. Lin proved to be a brilliant guerrilla commander and during the 1934 breakout he commanded the First Corps of the Red Army, which fought a two-year running battle with the Kuomintang, which culminated in the occupation of Yan'an in December 1936.
Lin and Peng Dehuai were generally reckoned to be the Red Army's best battlefield commanders. They do not seem to have been rivals during the Long March. Both of them had supported Mao's rise to de facto leadership at Zunyi in January 1934. According to Harrison E. Salisbury's The Long March, by May 1935 Lin Biao was dissatisfied with Mao's strategy. He says of Mao's circlings to evade the armies of Chiang Kai-shek: "the campaign had begun to look like one of Walt Disney's early cartoons in which Mickey Mouse again and again escaped the clutches of the huge, stupid cat." According to Salisbury, Lin Biao in May 1934 tried to persuade Mao to turn over active command to Peng Dehuai.
"Lin Biao did not present the bluff, lusty face of Peng Dehuai. He was ten years younger, rather slight, oval-faced, dark, handsome. Peng talked with his men. Lin kept his distance. To many he seemed shy and reserved. There are no stories reflecting warmth and affection for his men. His fellow Red Army commanders respected Lin, but when he spoke it was all business... "The contrast between Mao's top field commanders could hardly have been more sharp, but on the Long March they worked well together, Lin specializing in feints, masked strategy, surprises, ambushes, flank attacks, pounces from the rear, and stratagems. Peng met the enemy head-on in frontal assaults and fought with such fury that again and again he wiped them out. Peng did not believe a battle well fought unless he managed to replenish--and more than replenish--any losses by seizure of enemy guns and converting prisoners of war to new and loyal recruits to the Red Army."
Edgar Snow in "Red Star Over China" focuses more on the role of Peng than Lin, evidently having long conversations with, and devoting two whole chapters to, Peng (more than any individual apart from Mao). But he says of Lin:
"With Mao Zedong, Lin Biao shared the distinction of being one of the few Red commanders never wounded. Engaged on the front in more than a hundred battles, in field command for more than 10 years, exposed to every hardship that his men have known, with a reward of $100,000 on his head, he miraculously remained unhurt and in good health. "In 1932, Lin Biao was given command of the 1st Red Army Corps, which then numbered about 20,000 rifles. It became the most dreaded section of the Red Army. Chielfly due to Lin's extraordinary talent as a tactician, it destroyed, defeated or outmanoeuvred every Government force sent against it and was never broken in battle... "Like many able Red commanders, Lin has never been outside China, speaks and reads no language but Chinese. Before the age of 30, however, he has already won recognition beyond Red circles. His articles in the Chinese Reds' military magazines... have been republished, studied and criticised in Nanking military journals, and also in Japan and Soviet Russia.
Red Star Over China also has an interesting indication that Lin and Mao were close personally. "Between acts at the Anti-Japanese Theatre, there was a general demand for a duet by Mao Zedong and Lin Biao, the twenty-eight year old president of the Red Academy, and formerly a famed young cadet on Chiang Kai-shek's staff. Lin blushed like a schoolboy, and got them out of the 'command performance' by a graceful speech, calling on the women Communist for a song instead."
A different view is taken by Jung Chang and Jon Halliday in Mao: The Untold Story, (Knopf, 2005), which covers the Mao-Lin relationship in depth:
"Lin lauded Mao to the skies in public, although he felt no true devotion to Mao, and at home he would often make disparaging and even disdainful remarks about him, some of which entered his diary. It was out of pure ambition that Lin stood by Mao and boosted him the ambition to be Mao's No. 2 and successor. He told his wife that he wanted to be 'Engels to Marx, Stalin to Lenin, and Chiang Kai-shek to Sun Yat-sen.'"

Mao and Lin Biao

According to Chang and Halliday, Lin remained valuable to Mao because, like the Chairman, he continued to put personal power above the interests of the country. In contrast, Peng, who was purged with Lin's help after challenging Mao over the famine in 1959.

Sino-Japanese War

As commander of the 115th Division of the Communist 8th Route Army, Lin orchestrated the ambush at Pingxingguan in September 1937, which was one of the few battlefield successes for the Chinese in the early period of the Second Sino-Japanese War (which began before World War II, though it merged into it). After the Battle of Pingxingguan, the Chinese troops captured many of the personal items that belonged to Imperial Japanese Army personnel.


Among them is a cloak and a katana which was favored by Lin. He tried the cloak on and took the katana by his side, jumped onto a horse and went for a small "drive". He was then spotted alone by one of the sharpshooters from Fu Zuoyi's troops, who later became the mayor of Beijing after surrendering the city of Beijing to the Communists. The soldier was surprised to see a Japanese official riding a horse in the desolated hills all by himself. He took an aim at Lin Biao in the head and severely injured him. Lin was then given the post of commandant of the Military Academy at Yan'an in 1938. He spent the next three years (1939-1942) in Moscow. After returning to Yan'an, Lin was involved in troop training and indoctrination assignments.

Chinese Civil War (1945-49)

With the resumption of Civil War after World War II, Lin was made Secretary of the Northeast China Bureau and commanded the Red Army forces that conquered the Manchurian provinces and then swept into North China. In achieving victory, he abandoned the cities and employed Mao's strategy of guerrilla warfare and winning peasant support in the countryside.
"Within a year he entrapped the core of Chiang Kai-shek's American-armed and American-trained armies, capturing or killing a total of thirty-six generals. Following victory in Manchuria, Lin encircles Chiang's main forces in northern China. Peking [Beijing] surrendered to him without a battle."
During this period, several separate Red Armies fought on different fronts. Including Deng Xiaoping's achievements in Central China, which were important to his subsequent power. But Lin Biao's achievements have generally been rated as the decisive breakthrough.

Politician

Lin Biao's exact role in the 1950s is unclear. It seems he was frequently ill, and so had less of a role that his achievements might have entitled him to.
In his autobiography, Dr. Li Zhisui, Mao's personal physician, writes that Lin was mentally unbalanced rather than suffering from any chronic physical illness. Li's account of Lin's condition is quite a bit different from the official Chinese version, both before and after Lin's fall.
Although Snow writes that Lin led Chinese forces in Korea, this is incorrect. Lin, the rest of the Politburo, initially opposed China's entry into the Korean War. In early October 1950, Peng Dehuai was named commander of the Chinese forces bound for Korea, and Lin went to the Soviet Union for medical treatment. Lin flew to the Soviet Union with Zhou Enlai and participated in negotiations with Stalin concerning Soviet support for China's intervention, suggesting that Mao still trusted Lin despite his opposition to joining the war.
Due to periods of ill health and physical rehabilitation in the USSR, Lin was slow in his rise to power. In 1958 he was named to the Politburo Standing Committee. In 1959, after the Lushan Conference, Peng Dehuai was removed from his position as Minister of Defence and replaced by Lin Biao. As Defence Minister, Lin's policies differed from that of his predecessor. "Lin Biao's reforms aimed at 'de-Russification'. 'Professional-officer-cast' mentality was fought, titles and insignia of rank were abolished, special officer privileges ended, the Yenan type of soldier-peasant-worker combination was restored, and the Thought of Mao Tse-tung superseded all other ideological texts..."
In 1965 an article on revolution in developing countries, entitled Long Live the Victory of the People's War!, was published in Lin's name. The article likened the 'emerging forces' of the poor in Asia, Africa, and Latin America to the 'rural areas of the world', while the affluent countries of the West were likened to the 'cities of the world'. Eventually the 'cities' would be encircled by revolutions in the 'rural areas', following the Thought of Mao Tse-tung. Lin made no promise that China would fight other people's wars, however. They were advised to depend mainly on 'self-reliance'. Lin worked closely with Mao, creating a cult of personality for him. Lin compiled some of Chairman Mao's writings into handbook, the Quotations from Chairman Mao Zedong, which became known simply as "the Little Red Book."

Lin with the "Little Red Book."


Lin Biao's military reforms and the success of the Sino-Indian War (1962) impressed Mao. A propaganda campaigned called "learn from the People's Liberation Army" followed. In 1966, this campaigned widen into the Cultural Revolution.
After the purging of Liu Shaoqi during the Cultural Revolution, on April 1, 1969, at the CCP's Ninth Congress, Lin Biao emerged as primary military power and second in ranking behind Mao Zedong in the party. Even the party constitution was modified to name Lin as Mao's special successor.
As the Cultural Revolution spun out of control, the People's Liberation Army, under Lin's command, effectively took over the country from the party.

Attempted Coup and Downfall

Lin disappeared in 1971, after the failure of an attempted coup. The circumstances surrounding Lin's death remain clouded. He became China's second-in-charge on April 1, 1969, and advocated the restoration of the position of State President, held by Liu Shaoqi until his disgrace. The purpose of the restoration was to ensure a legal transition to power in the event of Mao's death. On August 23, 1970, the CCP held the second plenum of its Ninth Congress in Lushan, where Lin would speak for restoration of the position of President along with his supporter Chen Boda.
Some historians believe Mao had become uncomfortable with Lin's power and had planned to purge him and Lin planned a pre-emptive coup. The Chinese government explanation was that Lin, with the help of his son Lin Liguo, had planned to assassinate Mao sometime between September 8 and 10, 1971. According to the memoir of Dr. Li Zhisui, one of then Mao's personal physicians, Lin's own daughter, Lin Liheng (Doudou), inadvertently exposed her father's plot. Doudou had become estranged from her mother Ye Qun and incorrectly believed that her mother was plotting against her father.
As his plans failed, Lin and his family (his wife Ye Qun and his son) and several personal aides attempted to flee to the Soviet Union. They were chased to the airport by armed PLA officers and guards. According to the PRC account of Lin's death, their prearranged Hawker-Siddeley HS121 Trident plane did not take onboard enough fuel before taking off and the plane is said to have crashed near Undur Khan in Mongolia on September 13, 1971 after running out of fuel, and all on board were killed. After the crash, the Soviets sent a number of field scientists to inspect the scene. The most surprising and mysterious fact is that the scientists concluded that the plane was on its way back to China when it crashed.
It is generally believed that when Zhou Enlai asked Mao Zedong whether air force fighter should be sent to chase Lin's plane, Mao said "(Just like) the heaven is going to rain, and a (widowed) mother is going to remarry. (An old Chinese saying, meaning things that will happen anyway against one's will.) Let it be." Li Zhisui writes that there was a feeling of relief in the Chinese government when word came from Mongolia that there were no survivors. Zhou Enlai reportedly said, "???, ???" (it's good that they're dead).
One view is that Lin opposed the rapprochement with the USA, which Zhou Enlai was organising with Mao's approval. This was contrary to Lin's strategy of 'People's War'. Lin, unlike Mao, did not have a history of making compromises and retreats when it suited him.
There was also claims that Lin was secretly negotiating with the Kuomintang on Taiwan to restore the KMT government in China in return for a high position in the new government. These claims were never formally confirmed nor denied by either the Chinese or Taiwanese governments.
Most of the high military command was purged within a few weeks of Lin's disappearance. The National Day celebrations on October 1, 1971 were cancelled. The news of Lin Biao's plot and disappearance was withheld from the general public for nearly a year. When it did break, the people felt betrayed by Mao's "best pupil."
In the years after Lin's death, Jiang Qing, Mao's fourth wife and a former political ally of Lin's, started the Criticize Lin, Criticize Confucius campaign, aimed at using Lin's scarred image to attack Zhou Enlai. Like many major proponents of the Cultural Revolution, Lin's image was manipulated after the movement; many negative aspects of the Cultural Revolution were blamed on Lin and later on the so-called Gang of Four. Lin was never politically rehabilitated.

Quotations

- Study Chairman Mao's writings, follow his teachings, act according to his instructions, and be a good soldier of his." - Foreword of The Little Red Book

- "Sailing the sea needs a helmsman; making a revolution needs Mao Zedong thought."

- Comrade Mao Zedong is the greatest Marxist and Leninist of our time.

- Comrade Mao Zedong ingeniously, creatively, and completely inherited, defended and developed Marxism and Leninism, and upgraded Marxism and Leninism to a brand-new stage."
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References

1      Harrison Salisbury The Long March, page 188

2       Harrison Salisbury, The Long March, pp. 191-192

3        Edgar Snow, Red Star Over China, Victor Gollancz 1937, pages 109-110.Page 135 in the 1972 Penguin edition, which has a few revisions.

4           Snow, Red Star Over China, p. 84

5      Chang and Halliday, Mao: The Untold Story, p. 504

6     Edgar Snow, Red Star Over China, 1972 Penguin edition p. 548

7      Chen Jian, China's Road to the Korean War, Goncharov, Lewis and Xue's Uncertain Partners, Shen Zhihua, Mao Zedong, Sidalin, yu Chaoxian Zhanzheng

8   Edgar Snow, Red Star Over China biographical notes in the 1972 Penguin edition, pp


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Latitude
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H.D.
Period
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CF119                         
0Ta16 r
19n53
30n03
Psc
76.4   
845
19.7
[39..140]
CY118                        
0Ge16 r
25s28
4s44
Eri
76.1
870  
25.6
[35..147]
XA255                       
0Ar29 r
12s25
11s11
Cet
47.6
162
12.7
[9..50]  
Elatus                         
1Pi13  
5s13
15s55
Aqr   
8.0
45
5.6
[7..18]  
Asbolus                         
1Vi14 r
10n49
21n07
Leo
22.9
76
17.6
[7..29]
XX143                          
1Ge22 r
4s43
15n49
Tau
15.8  
77
6.8
[10..26]
Venus                           
2Cp20  
1s07
24s33  
Sgr  
0.7
1
3.4
UJ438                       
2Aq23
2n25   
17s17
Cap  
26.0  
74
3.8
[8..27]
FZ53                         
2Cp47  
32n38
9n12
Oph
29.9   
115
34.8
[12..35]
Ceres                                
2Li51
9n48
7n51
Vir
2.6
5
10.6  
[3..3]
Cyllarus                    
3Vi40 r
12n26
21n43
Leo
34.9
135
12.6
[16..36]
Ixion                    
3Vi42 r
19n32
28n14
LMi
46.1   
250
19.6  
[30..49]
PB112                    
3Sa42
14s11
34s48
Lup
82.4
1104  
15.4  
[35..178]
XR190                  
3Ar51 r
44n19  
41n18   
Lac  
61.8
431
46.6
[52..62]
SQ73                           
4Sa03
12s29
33s12
Lup
16.2  
74
17.5
[15..21]
Mars                                
4Pi07
1s10
11s05
Aqr
1.4
2  
1.9
RD215                           
4Sa45
15n37  
5s43
Oph
71.9
1337
26.0
[38..205]
Echeclus                             
4Cp55
3n43  
19s39
Sgr
6.6
34
4.4
[6..15]
Orcus                     
5Ar13 r  
20n33
20n51  
Peg
31.1
246  
20.6  
[31..48]
(Ascend)                 
5Pi19
0n00
9s34  
Aqr
OM67                       
5Sc29
21s43
33s39
Cen  
68.5  
968
23.3
[39..157]
GV9                           
6Ge00 r
1n18
22n36
Tau
43.1
274  
21.9
[39..45]
Pylenor                          
6Sc15
5n02
8s51
Lib  
14.2
68
5.5  
[12..22]
KF77                     
6Ar28 r
0s22
2n14
Psc     
24.4  
132  
4.3
[20..32]
QB1                                 
6Sa43
1s59  
23s24
Oph
45.0
290
2.2
[41..47]
GM137                             
7Vi12
13n26
21n17   
Leo
7.4
23
15.5
[7..9]
Damocles                            
7Pi31
47n30
35n00
Cyg
7.6
41
61.9
[2..22]
VQ94                           
7Ar36 r
50s38
42s31
Phe
105.4
2632
70.5
[7..375]
MW12                                
8Vi23
9s40
0s33
Sex
50.9
311
21.5
[40..52]
(Moon)                               
8Sa27
3n05  
18s41
Oph
1.0
0  
5.2
Typhon                             
8Pi27
0s28
8s51
Aqr
57.1  
232  
2.4
[17..58]
CR105                    
8Ar47 r
20s35
15s24  
Cet
63.9  
3355
22.8
[44..404]
XZ255                           
8Cp51
0s59
24s09
Sgr
15.8  
63
2.6
[15..16]
EL61                     
9Ca29 r
11s31  
11n38
Mon  
42.3
285  
28.2
[35..52]
Sedna                       
9Ar39 r
8s49
4s16
Cet  
128.9
11868
12.0
[76..965]
Deucalion                
9Ca43 r
0n16
23n22
Gem   
46.7  
295   
0.4  
[42..47]
Huya                           
9Ge50 r
15s38
6n27
Ori
49.7
249
15.5
[29..50]
Radamantus                  
9Ar58 r
0n35
4n29
Psc
36.8   
244  
12.7
[33..45]
PJ30                        
10Le08 r
1s37
16n09   
Cnc
64.4
1384
5.6
[29..220]
Apogee            
10Ca33r
0s22   
22n40   
Gem
HB57                        
10Ca35r
15s34  
7n30
Mon
86.2
2068
15.5  
[38..286]
Heracles                            
10Cp47
1s09
24s09
Sgr
1.3
2
9.6  
[0..3]   
UX25                        
10Cp47
18n44
4s20
Sct
48.3  
277
19.4  
[36..49]
MS4                          
11Vi01
14s42
6s10
Sex
40.6  
272  
17.7  
[36..48]
Uranus                    
11Cp04
0s21
23s21
Sgr     
19.5    
84
0.8
Chaos                      
11Aq26  
11s51
28s42
Mic
49.9   
308
12.0
[41..50]
Sun                                 
11Sa53
0n00
22s13
Oph  
1.0  
1
0.0
GB32                     
12Ca03r
13s48  
9n09
Mon
93.0
3075
14.2
[36..387]
TY364                         
12Sa55
22n26
0s05
Oph
39.7
241  
24.9  
[36..41]
KX14                             
13Ca11r
0n01
22n48
Gem
39.1
244
0.4
[37..41]
RN43                            
13Li20
2n14
3s12  
Vir
42.4
268
19.3
[41..42]
Hylonome                         
13Aq29
2n43
14s10
Aqr  
28.2
125
4.2
[19..31]
Jupiter                          
13Le35 r
0n36
17n20  
Cnc  
5.3
12
1.3
FP185                          
13Ge44r
30s20
7s41
Eri  
87.4
3297
30.8
[34..409]
Chiron                         
14Aq04
6n22
10s31
Aqr  
15.5  
50
6.9
[8..19]
(Midheav)                   
14Sa10
0n00
22s31
Oph
Neptune                          
14Ca18r
0s51
21n51
Gem
29.9
166
1.8
RM43                              
14Cp23
11s13
33s49
Sgr
75.5
855
28.8
[35..145]
Node                   
14Ca34r
0n00
22n39
Gem
TL66                          
15Cp16
22n21
0s21
Aql
72.1
756  
24.0  
[35..131]
CZ118                       
15Ca16r  
24n29
46n51
Lyn
92.3
1252
27.7
[38..194]
TX300                       
15Sc23
25s05  
40s12
Cen   
41.5
284
25.8
[38..48]
OO67                  
15Sc33
19n47
2n29   
Ser  
99.6
12911  
20.1  
[21..1080]
BL41                          
15Ca43r
0n15  
22n46
Gem
7.8
31  
13.4
[7..13]  
RR43                           
15Sa56
4n31
18s13
Oph
44.4
283  
28.6
[37..49]
Chariklo                     
16Pi02
18n26
11n28
Peg
18.4
63
23.4  
[13..18]
AW197                        
16Ta18 r
23n22
38n54
And
53.2
326  
24.4
[41..53]
GZ32                         
16Sa36  
7n06
15s43
Oph
18.0
110  
15.1
[18..28]
RZ215                   
16Li56
15s31   
20s55    
Crv
76.5
1020
25.4  
[31..172]
SA278                      
17Aq19  
8n34    
7s29
Aqr
91.5
885
16.3
[33..152]
Quaoar                           
17Le34r
6s19
9n33
Cnc
44.7
288
8.0
[42..45]
Bienor                          
17Sc58
18s33
34s53
Cen
16.3
67  
20.7
[13..20]
FZ173                     
18Ge06r
12n33  
35n24
Aur
78.2
798  
12.7  
[33..139]
BU48                       
18Sa55
11n09
11s53
Ser   
43.6
191
14.3
[20..46]
Vertex   
19Vi14
Amycus                      
19Aq36
1n41  
13s21
Cap  
28.0
125  
13.4
[15..35]
Vesta                        
19Ca39r
1s26
20n36
Gem
2.6     
4
7.1  
[2..3]
RZ214                             
19Sc57
5n57
12s00
Lib
61.7
773
20.5
[37..132]
TO66                         
20Sc35
22s45
39s40
Cen
38.1   
284
27.4
[38..48]
Saturn                                
20Pi46
2s17
5s45
Aqr
9.6
29
2.5
 YQ179                         
20Ar54 r
21s01
11s20
Cet
80.8
841
20.9
[37..141]
TC302                           
20Aq58
31s17
43s41
Gru
68.1
409
35.0
[39..71]
Pallas                            
21Vi03
20s31
15s17
Crt
2.1  
5
34.7
[2..3]
OX3                               
21Li16
2s54
11s00
Vir
43.6
181
3.3
[18..46]
WL7                                 
21Pi26
1s47
5s02
Aqr
18.0
90
11.2
[15..25]
Okyrhoe                          
21Ge39r
18s05
5n08
Ori  
6.9
25
15.6
[6..11]
PN34                        
21Ca48r  
2n05
23n44  
Gem
48.3
173  
16.6
[13..49]
Mercury                            
22Sc05
2n04
16s18  
Lib
0.4
0
7.0
Nessus                      
22Pi24 r
9s24
11s38  
Aqr  
33.3
122
15.6
[12..37]
SB60                            
22Li30
23s03
29s57  
Cen
38.0
273
23.9
[38..47]
Pholus                        
23Li01
23n23
12n47
Boo   
13.3
91
24.7
[9..32]  
Thereus                     
23Ge45r
18s33
4n46
Ori    
13.6  
38  
20.1
[9..14]
Ceto                     
23Pi50 r
1s34
3s54
Aqr  
78.6  
1021
22.4
[18..185]
UR163                           
24Sc00
0s40
19s26
Lib  
40.1
369  
0.7
[37..66]
Pluto                       
24Ge01r
7s40
15n39
Tau
45.8
250  
17.1
[30..49]
Eris                      
24Pi11 r
31s48
31s10
Scl
93.0
557  
44.0
[38..97]
QB243                             
24Ge13r
6n16
29n35
Aur
52.9
205
6.8
[15..54]
OP32                              
24Vi15
4s28
1s49  
Leo
41.8
285
27.2
[39..48]
Logos                   
24Ar32 r
2s50    
6n52   
Psc   
43.8
305
2.9
[40..51]
Hephaistos                        
25Ge08r
15n39
39n00
Aur
2.7
3
13.1
[0..4]
AZ84                        
25Pi53 r
13n06
10n23
Peg
38.3
248
13.6
[32..46]
VR130                           
25Le56 r
2s10
10n51
Leo
22.6
118
3.5
[15..33]
CO1                         
26Le40
18n24
29n49
LMi  
12.3  
95
19.7  
[11..31]
DH5                          
26Li42  
16n40
5n16
Vir
18.3
104
22.5
[14..30]
CO104                     
27Sc12
2s40
22s08
Lib   
24.6   
118   
3.1
[21..28]
Varuna                       
27Aq30
13s46
25s13
Aqr
41.0
281  
17.2
[41..45]
Crantor                           
27Le36  
6n10
18n06
Leo
16.0
86
12.8
[14..25]
TD10                            
28Li08
2n24
8s34
Vir  
88.6
924
6.0
[12..177]
QD112                           
28Vi08
1n19
1n57
Vir  
13.9
83
14.5  
[8..30]
Pelion                              
28Cp45
0n48
19s38
Cap
17.4
89
9.4
[17..23]
GQ21                          
28Ge45r
13s08
10n18
Ori  
68.1
916
13.4
[38..150]
VS2                          
29Sa00  
7s47
31s14
Sgr
41.8  
246
14.8
[36..42]
RL43                 
29Ge16r
12s11   
11n16   
Ori
25.0   
122
12.3
[24..26]
FY9                    
29Ta58 r
9s55
10n27   
Tau   
39.7  
309
29.0
[38..53]


Focused Minor Planets


TY364    = 12 Sa 55
Sun      =  11 Sa 53

Chaos    = 11 Aq 26     Sextile

----------------------

Eris       =  24 Pi 11 r
Nessus  = 22 Pi 24 r
Ceto      = 23 Pi 50 r

Pluto     =  24 Ge 01 r   Square
Thereus  =  23 Ge 45r
----------------------

TL66      =  15 Cp 16
Node      =  14 Ca 34r
Neptune  =  14 Ca 18 r
CZ118    =   15 Ca 16r

OO67     =  15Sc33      Sextile

AW197  =  16 Ta 18 r   Trine
---------------------

Ixion      =   3 Vi 42 r  
Cyllarus  =  3 Vi 40 r
Mars      =   4 Pi 07

Venus   =   2 Cp 20     Trine

________________________________

Astrological Setting (Sidereal - Fagan/Bradley)

    RIYAL  Thu December 5 1907  UT 4h20m32s  Lat30n27  Lon114e52   SORT ALL


Planet
Longit.
Latitude
Declin.
Const.
H.D.
Period
Inclinat.
O.Range
Thereus                           
0Ge18 r
18s33  
4n46
Ori
13.6
38
20.1
[9..14]
Ceto                       
0Pi23 r  
1s34
3s54
Aqr  
78.6
1021
22.4
[18..185]
UR163                             
0Sc33
0s40
19s26
Lib  
40.1
369
0.7
[37..66]
Pluto                      
0Ge34 r
7s40
15n39
Tau  
45.8
250  
17.1
[30..49]
Eris                   
0Pi44 r
31s48   
31s10
Scl
93.0
557
44.0
[38..97]
QB243                     
0Ge46 r
6n16  
29n35   
Aur
52.9
205
6.8
[15..54]
OP32                                
0Vi48
4s28
1s49
Leo
41.8
285
27.2
[39..48]
Logos                     
1Ar05 r  
2s50
6n52
Psc     
43.8
305
2.9  
[40..51]
Hephaistos                      
1Ge41 r
15n39
39n00
Aur
2.7
3
13.1  
[0..4]
AZ84                          
2Pi26 r
13n06
10n23
Peg
38.3
248  
13.6  
[32..46]
VR130                        
2Le29 r
2s10
10n51
Leo
22.6   
118
3.5
[15..33]
CO1                            
3Le13
18n24
29n49
LMi
12.3
95
19.7  
[11..31]
DH5                           
3Li15  
16n40
5n16
Vir
18.3
104  
22.5
[14..30]
CO104                           
3Sc45  
2s40
22s08
Lib
24.6
118
3.1
[21..28]
Varuna                      
4Aq03
13s46
25s12
Aqr
41.0   
281
17.2  
[41..45]
Crantor                     
4Le09
6n10
18n06
Leo     
16.0   
86
12.8
[14..25]
TD10                                
4Li41
2n24
8s34
Vir  
88.6
924
6.0
[12..177]
QD112                        
4Vi41
1n19
1n57    
Vir
13.9  
83
14.5
[8..30]  
Pelion                         
5Cp18
0n48   
19s38
Cap   
17.4
89
9.4
[17..23]
GQ21                    
5Ge18 r
13s08
10n18
Ori  
68.1
916
13.4  
[38..150]
VS2                        
5Sa33
7s47  
31s14   
Sgr
41.8
246
14.8
[36..42]
RL43                         
5Ge49 r
12s11
11n16
Ori
25.0
122
12.3
[24..26]
FY9                           
6Ta31 r
9s55
10n27
Tau
39.7
309
29.0
[38..53]
CF119                     
6Ar49 r
19n53
30n03
Psc
76.4  
845
19.7
[39..140]
CY118                          
6Ta49 r
25s28
4s44
Eri
76.1
870
25.6
[35..147]
XA255                           
7Pi02 r
12s25
11s11
Cet
47.6
162
12.7
[9..50]
Elatus                        
7Aq46
5s13
15s55
Aqr  
8.0
45  
5.6    
[7..18]
Asbolus                        
7Le47 r
10n49
21n07
Leo
22.9
76
17.6
[7..29]
XX143                           
7Ta55 r
4s43
15n49
Tau
15.8
77
6.8
[10..26]
Venus                             
8Sa53
1s07
24s33
Sgr   
0.7  
1
3.4
UJ438                             
8Cp56
2n25
17s17
Cap
26.0
74
3.8  
[8..27]
FZ53                              
9Sa20
32n38
9n12
Oph
29.9
115
34.8
[12..35]
Ceres                              
9Vi24
9n48
7n51   
Vir
2.6
5
10.6
[3..3]
Cyllarus                   
10Le13 r
12n26
21n43
Leo  
34.9  
135
12.6
[16..36]
Ixion                      
10Le15 r
19n32
28n14
LMi
46.1
250
19.6  
[30..49]
PB112                     
10Sc15
14s11
34s48    
Lup
82.4  
1104
15.4
[35..178]
XR190                     
10Pi24 r
44n19
41n18    
Lac
61.8
431
46.6  
[52..62]
SQ73                         
10Sc36
12s29
33s13  
Lup    
16.2
74
17.5
[15..21]
Mars                          
10Aq40
1s10  
11s05
Aqr
1.4  
2
1.9  
RD215                           
11Sc18
15n37
5s43
Oph
71.9
1337
26.0
[38..205]
Echeclus                        
11Sa28  
3n43   
19s39
Sgr
6.6
34
4.4
[6..15]
Orcus                     
11Pi46 r
20n33
20n52   
Peg
31.1   
246
20.6
[31..48]
(Ascend)                
11Aq52
0n00
9s34
Aqr  
OM67                            
12Li02
21s43
33s39
Cen
68.5
968
23.3
[39..157]
GV9                            
12Ta33r
1n18
22n36
Tau
43.1
274
21.9
[39..45]
Pylenor                             
12Li48
5n02
8s51
Lib
14.2  
68
5.5
[12..22]
KF77                       
13Pi01 r
0s22
2n14
Psc  
24.4
132  
4.3
[20..32]
QB1                          
13Sc16
1s59
23s24
Oph    
45.0
290
2.2
[41..47]
GM137                           
13Le45
13n26
21n17
Leo  
7.4
23
15.5
[7..9]
Damocles                        
14Aq04
47n30  
35n00
Cyg
7.6
41
61.9  
[2..22]
VQ94                     
14Pi09 r
50s38  
42s31  
Phe
105.4
2632
70.5
[7..375]
MW12                     
14Le56
9s40
0s33   
Sex  
50.9  
311
21.5  
[40..52]
(Moon)                                
15Sc00
3n05
18s41
Oph
1.0
0
5.2
Typhon                             
15Aq00
0s28
8s51
Aqr
57.1
232  
2.4  
[17..58]
CR105                    
15Pi21 r
20s35
15s24  
Cet
63.9
3355
22.8  
[44..404]
XZ255                       
15Sa24
0s59
24s09    
Sgr   
15.8
63
2.6
[15..16]
EL61                        
16Ge03r
11s31
11n38   
Mon
42.3
285  
28.2
[35..52]
Sedna                   
16Pi13 r
8s49
4s16
Cet   
128.9
11868
12.0
[76..965]
Deucalion                       
16Ge16r
0n16
23n22
Gem
46.7
295
0.4
[42..47]
Huya                        
16Ta23r
15s38
6n27
Ori
49.7
249  
15.5  
[29..50]
Radamantu=                   
16Pi31 r
0n35
4n29  
Psc
36.8
244
12.7
[33..45]
PJ30                         
16Ca41r
1s37  
16n09
Cnc
64.4
1384
5.6
[29..220]
Apogee                 
17Ge06r  
0s22
22n40
Gem
HB57                        
17Ge08r
15s34
7n30
Mon
86.2  
2068
15.5  
[38..286]
Heracles                           
17Sa20
1s09
24s09   
Sgr
1.3
2
9.6  
[0..3]
UX25                        
17Sa20
18n44
4s20  
Sct
48.3  
277
19.4
[36..49]
MS4                          
17Le34
14s42
6s10
Sex
40.6
272  
17.7
[36..48]
Uranus                           
17Sa37
0s21
23s21
Sgr
19.5    
84
0.8
Chaos                       
17Cp59
11s51
28s42    
Mic
49.9  
308
12.0
[41..50]
Sun                                  
18Sc26
0n00
22s14
Oph
1.0    
1
0.0
GB32                    
18Ge36r
13s48
9n09  
Mon  
93.0
3075
14.2  
[36..387]
TY364                      
19Sc28
22n26
0s05
Oph   
39.7
241  
24.9  
[36..41]
KX14                        
19Ge44r    
0n01  
22n48
Gem
39.1
244
0.4
[37..41]
RN43                           
19Vi53
2n14
3s12
Vir
42.4
268
19.3  
[41..42]
Hylonome                      
20Cp02
2n43
14s10
Aqr   
28.2
125
4.2  
[19..31]
Jupiter                        
20Ca08r
0n36  
17n20
Cnc     
5.3
12
1.3
FP185                    
20Ta17r
30s20    
7s41
Eri
87.4
3297  
30.8
[34..409]
Chiron                      
20Cp37
6n22
10s31  
Aqr  
15.5
50
6.9  
[8..19]  
(Midheav)               
20Sc43
0n00
22s31
Oph
Neptune                        
20Ge51r
0s51
21n51  
Gem
29.9
166
1.8
RM43                      
20Sa56
11s13   
33s49
Sgr
75.5   
855
28.8
[35..145]
Node                
21Ge07r
0n00   
22n39
Gem
TL66                   
21Sa49
22n21
0s21   
Aql     
72.1
756
24.0  
[35..131]
CZ118                  
21Ge49r
24n29  
46n51  
Lyn
92.3  
1252
27.7
[38..194]
TX300                          
21Li56
25s05
40s12
Cen
41.5
284  
25.8
[38..48]
OO67                         
22Li06    
19n47
2n29
Ser
99.6
12911
20.1
[21..1080]
BL41                          
22Ge16r
0n15  
22n46
Gem  
7.8
31
13.4
[7..13]
RR43                  
22Sc29
4n31   
18s13   
Oph  
44.4  
283  
28.6
[37..49]
Chariklo                        
22Aq35
18n26
11n29
Peg
18.4
63
23.4  
[13..18]
AW197                      
22Ar51 r
23n22
38n54
And
53.2  
326  
24.4
[41..53]
GZ32                             
23Sc09
7n06
15s43
Oph
18.0  
110
15.1
[18..28]
RZ215               
23Vi29   
15s31
20s55
Crv   
76.5  
1020  
25.4
[31..172]
SA278                           
23Cp52
8n34
7s29
Aqr
91.5
885  
16.3
[33..152]
Quaoar                         
24Ca07r
6s19
9n33
Cnc
44.7   
288
8.0
[42..45]
Bienor                           
24Li31
18s33
34s53
Cen
16.3
67
20.7
[13..20]
FZ173                       
24Ta39r
12n33
35n24
Aur
78.2   
798
12.7  
[33..139]
BU48                       
25Sc28
11n09   
11s53
Ser
43.6  
191  
14.3
[20..46]
Vertex   
25Le47
Amycus                         
26Cp09
1n41
13s21
Cap
28.0
125
13.4
[15..35]
Vesta                              
26Ge12r  
1s26
20n36
Gem
2.6
4
7.1
[2..3]   
RZ214                          
26Li30
5n57
12s00
Lib
61.7
773  
20.5
[37..132]
TO66                           
27Li08
22s45
39s40
Cen
38.1
284  
27.4
[38..48]
Saturn                         
27Aq19
2s17
5s45
Aqr   
9.6
29
2.5
YQ179                       
27Pi27 r
21s01
11s20
Cet
80.8
841
20.9  
[37..141]
TC302                    
27Cp31
31s17   
43s41  
Gru  
68.1
409
35.0
[39..71]
Pallas                             
27Le36
20s31   
15s17
Crt
2.1
5
34.7
[2..3]  
OX3                           
27Vi49
2s54
11s00
Vir   
43.6
181
3.3
[18..46]
WL7                         
27Aq59
1s47
5s02
Aqr
18.0    
90
11.2  
[15..25]
Okyrhoe                           
28Ta12 r
18s05
5n08
Ori
6.9
25
15.6
[6..11]
PN34                   
28Ge21r
2n05   
23n44
Gem  
48.3
173  
16.6  
[13..49]
Phaethon                          
28Aq25
25n35  
20n13
Peg
1.7
1
21.6
[0..2]   
Mercury                               
28Li38  
2n04
16s18
Lib
0.4   
0
7.0
Nessus                
28Aq57r
9s24
11s38   
Aqr     
33.3  
122
15.6
[12..37]
SB60                         
29Vi03
23s03
29s57
Cen  
38.0   
273
23.9
[38..47]
Pholus                          
29Vi34
23n23
12n46  
Boo
13.3
91
24.7
[9..32]


Focused Minor Planets

TY364    = 19 Sc 28
Sun      =  18 Sc 26

Chaos    = 17 Cp 59      Sextile

---------------------

Eris        =    0 Pi 44 r
Nessus   = 28 Aq 57r
Ceto       =    0 Pi 23 r

Pluto      =    0 Ge 34 r    Square
Thereus  =    0 Ge 18 r
---------------------

TL66     =  21 Sa 49
Node     =  21 Ge 07r
Neptune  =   20 Ge 51 r
CZ118  =   21 Ge 49r

OO67    =  22 Li 06        Sextile

AW197  = 22 Ar 51 r     Trine
---------------------

Ixion    =   10 Le 15 r
Cyllarus =  10 Le 13 r
Mars     =  10 Aq 40

Venus   =    8 Sa 53     Trine
___________________________________

For    TY364, first very tentative keywords:

Mystery                                                             

Attempting the Impossible      

Persistent, hallucinating power

Anachronistic Realism

__________________________________________

 Posted to Centaurs (YahooGroups) on December 12, 2006

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