Alexandre Dumas, père



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>>Alexandre Dumas, père (French for "father", akin to Senior in English), born Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie (July 24, 1802 – December 5, 1870) was a French writer, best known for his numerous historical novels of high adventure which have made him one of the most widely read French authors in the world. Many of his novels, including The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, and The Man in the Iron Mask were serialized, and he also wrote plays and magazine articles and was a prolific correspondent.


Origins and early life
Alexandre Dumas was born on July 24, 1802, in the town of Villers-Cotterêts in France. He was the son of Thomas-Alexandre Dumas, a French General, and of Marie-Louise Élisabeth Labouret, the daughter of an innkeeper. His father was himself the son of the Marquis Alexandre-Antoine Davy de la Pailleterie, who served the government of France as Général commissaire in the Artillery in the colony of Saint-Domingue (now Haiti), and his black slave Marie-Césette Dumas.
General Dumas died in 1806 when Alexandre was not yet four years old, leaving a nearly impoverished mother to raise him under difficult conditions. Although Marie-Louise was unable to provide her son with much in the way of education, it did not hinder young Alexandre's love of books, and he read everything he could get his hands on.
Growing up, his mother's stories of his father's brave military acts during the glory years of Napoleon I of France spawned Alexandre's vivid imagination for adventure and heroes. Although poor, the family still had the father's distinguished reputation and aristocratic connections, and after the restoration of the monarchy, twenty-year-old Alexandre Dumas moved to Paris where he obtained employment at the Palais Royal in the office of the powerful duc d'Orléans.

Literary career
While working in Paris, Dumas began to write articles for magazines as well as plays for the theatre. In 1829 his first solo play, Henry III and his Court, was produced, meeting with great public acclaim. The following year his second play, Christine, proved equally popular, and as a result, he was financially able to work full time at writing. In 1830, he participated in the revolution that ousted King Charles X and replaced him on the throne with Dumas's former employer, the duc d'Orléans, who would rule as Louis-Philippe, the Citizen King.
Until the mid-1830s, life in France remained unsettled with sporadic riots by disgruntled Republicans and impoverished urban workers seeking change. As life slowly returned to normal, the nation began to industrialize and, with an improving economy combined with the end of press censorship, the times turned out to be very rewarding for the skills of Alexandre Dumas.
After writing more successful plays, he turned his efforts to novels. Although attracted to an extravagant lifestyle, and always spending more than he earned, Dumas proved to be a very astute business marketer. With high demand from newspapers for serial novels, in 1838, he simply rewrote one of his plays to create his first serial novel. Titled Le Capitaine Paul, it led to his forming a production studio that turned out hundreds of stories, all subject to his personal input and direction.
From 1839 to 1841, Dumas, with the assistance of several friends, compiled Celebrated Crimes, an eight-volume collection of essays on famous criminals and crimes from European history, including essays on Beatrice Cenci, Martin Guerre, Cesare and Lucrezia Borgia and more recent incidents including the cases of executed alleged murderers Karl Ludwig Sand and Antoine François Desrues.
Dumas also collaborated with his fencing master Augustin Grisier in his 1840 novel The Fencing Master. The story is written to be Grisier's narrated account of how he came to be witness to events in the Decembrist revolt in Russia. This novel was eventually banned in Russia by Tsar Nicholas I of Russia, causing Dumas to be forbidden to visit Russia until the Tsar's death. Grisier is also mentioned with great respect in both The Count of Monte Cristo and The Corsican Brothers as well as Dumas's memoirs.
In 1840, he married an actress, Ida Ferrier, but continued with his numerous

Ida Ferrier

liaisons with other women, fathering at least three illegitimate children. One of those children, a son named after him, would follow in his footsteps, also becoming a successful novelist and playwright. Because of their same name and occupation, to distinguish them, one is referred to as Alexandre Dumas, père, the other as Alexandre Dumas, fils.

Alexandre Dumas, fils

Dumas made extensive use of the aid of numerous assistants and collaborators, of which Auguste Maquet was the best known. It was Maquet who outlined the plot of The Count of Monte Cristo and made substantial contributions to The Three Musketeers and its sequels, as well as several of Dumas's other novels. When working together, Maquet proposed plots and wrote drafts, while Dumas added the details, dialogues, and the final chapters.


His writing earned him a great deal of money, but Dumas was frequently broke or in debt as a result of spending lavishly on women and high living. The large and costly Château de Monte-Cristo that he built was often filled with strangers and acquaintances who took advantage of his generosity.



When King Louis-Philippe was ousted in a revolt, Dumas was not looked upon favorably by the newly elected President, Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte. In 1851 Dumas fled to Brussels, Belgium, to escape his creditors, and from there he traveled to Russia where French was the second language and his writings were enormously popular. Dumas spent two years in Russia before moving on to seek adventure and fodder for more stories. In March of 1861, the kingdom of Italy was proclaimed, with Victor Emmanuel II as its king. For the next three years, Alexandre Dumas would be involved in the fight for a united Italy, founding and leading a newspaper named Indipendente and returning to Paris in 1864.
Despite Alexandre Dumas' success and aristocratic connections, his being of mixed-race would affect him all his life. In 1843, he wrote a short novel, Georges, that addressed some of the issues of race and the effects of colonialism. Nevertheless, racist attitudes affected his rightful position in France's history long after his death on December 5, 1870, at the age of 68.
In June 2005, Dumas's recently-discovered last novel The Knight of Sainte-Hermine went on sale in France. Within the story, Dumas describes the Battle of Trafalgar in which the death of Lord Nelson is explained. The novel was being published serially and was almost complete by the time of his death. A final two-and-a-half chapters were written by modern-day Dumas scholar Claude Schopp who based himself on Dumas' pre-writing notes.


- Drama
Though best known now as a novelist, Dumas earned his first fame as a dramatist. His Henri III et sa cour (1829) was the first of the great Romantic historical dramas produced on the Paris stage, preceding Victor Hugo's more famous Hernani (1830). Produced at the Comédie-Française and starring the famous Mademoiselle Mars, Dumas's play was an enormous success, launching him on his career. It had fifty performances over the next year, extraordinary at the time.
Other hits followed. For example, Antony (1831), a drama with a contemporary Byronic hero, is considered the first non-historical Romantic drama. It starred Mars's great rival Marie Dorval. There were also La Tour de Nesle (1832), another historical melodrama; and Kean (1836), based on the life of the great, and recently deceased, English actor Edmund Kean, played in turn by the great French actor Frédérick Lemaître. Dumas wrote many more plays and dramatized several of his own novels.

- Non-fiction
Dumas was also a prolific writer of non-fiction. He wrote journal articles on politics and culture, and books on French history.
His massive Grand dictionnaire de cuisine (Great Dictionary of Cuisine) was published posthumously in 1873. It is a combination of encyclopedia and cookbook. Dumas was both a gourmet and an expert cook. An abridged version, the Petit dictionnaire de cuisine (Small Dictionary of Cuisine), was published in 1882.
He was also a well-known travel writer, writing such books as
Impressions de voyage: En Suisse (Travel Impressions: In Switzerland , 1834)
Une Année à Florence (A Year in Florence , 1841)
De Paris à Cadix (From Paris to Cadiz , 1847)
Le Caucase (The Caucasus, 1859)
Impressions de voyage: En Russie (Travel Impressions: In Russia , 1860).

- Posthumous recognition
Buried in the place where he had been born, Alexandre Dumas remained in the cemetery at Villers-Cotterêts until November 30, 2002. Under orders of the French President, Jacques Chirac, his body was exhumed, and in a televised ceremony, his new coffin, draped in a blue-velvet cloth and flanked by four Republican Guards costumed as the Musketeers - Athos, Porthos, Aramis, and D'Artagnan - was transported in a solemn procession to the Panthéon of Paris, the great mausoleum where French luminaries are interred.
In his speech, President Chirac said: "With you, we were D'Artagnan, Monte Cristo, or Balsamo, riding along the roads of France, touring battlefields, visiting palaces and castles—with you, we dream." In an interview following the ceremony, President Chirac acknowledged the racism that had existed, saying that a wrong had now been righted with Alexandre Dumas enshrined alongside fellow authors Victor Hugo and Voltaire.
The honor recognized that although France has produced many great writers, none have been as widely read as Alexandre Dumas. His stories have been translated into almost a hundred languages, and have inspired more than 200 motion pictures.
Alexandre Dumas's home outside of Paris, the Château Monte Cristo, has been restored and is open to the public.<<

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandre_Dumas,_p%C3%A8re

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DUMAS SR., Alexandre
DoB: 24/7/1802 Time: 05:30 (+0:12 LMT) GMT Time: 05:18
Location: 3E06 49N15 Villers CotterÍts -02- (F)
Category: Writer
Source: The Gauquelin's data collection: Gauquelin Birth and Planetary Data' -Series A- 1971



Using RIYAL 3.1

Astrological Setting (Tropical- Placidus)

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Latitude
Declin.
Const.
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Period
Inclin.
O. Range
OX3
0Cp05 r
0n25
23s03
Sgr
36.1
180
3.3
17.5->46.3
VQ94
0Ar06 r
56s56
50s12
Eri  
166.9
2597
70.9
6.6->371.3
Sun
0Le31
0n00
20n04
Cnc  
1.0
1
0.0
TO66
1Ca24
26n40
50n08
Aur
47.2
286
27.4  
38.3->48.6
RD215
1Sc24
2n07
9s59
Vir  
121.3
1354
25.8
38.1->206.
Eris
1Aq25 r
44s33
62s20
Ind
68.7
556  
44.0
37.8->97.5
Deucalion
1Pi26 r
0s21
11s19
Aqr
41.9
290
0.4
41.3->46.4
Vertex
1Cp42
Quaoar
1Ar54 r
0n47
1n28
Psc
41.8
283
8.0
41.7->44.5
96PW
3Vi14
6n26
16n19
Leo
170.4
3662
28.9
2.7->472.5
Uranus
3Li22
0n42
0s42  
Vir  
18.3
85
0.8
Venus
3Vi29
1n27
11n36
Leo
0.7
1
3.4
PB112
4Sc00
10s08
22s22
Hya
126.0  
1117
15.3
35.8->179.
VU2
4Li11
12s03
12s42
Crv  
7.1
19  
14.1
3.3->10.8
Ceto
4Pi33 r
6n05
4s11
Aqr
130.1
1004
22.6
17.4->183.
QB243
4Pi39 r
0n43
9s09
Aqr
21.9
202
6.8  
15.2->53.7
Logos
4Cp40 r
1n42
21s41
Sgr
50.4
303
2.9  
39.7->50.6
SB60
5Ge00
13n33
34n27
Per
46.3
272
23.9
37.5->46.5
PJ30
5Ca05
1n33
24n55
Gem
121.2
1388
5.5
28.8->220.
Elatus
5Sc16
4n39
8s55
Lib
17.0
44   
5.9
7.4->17.5
Pelion
5Sc43
9n24
4s33
Vir
18.5
90
9.4
17.4->22.8
QF6
5Li46
16n58
13n16
Vir  
11.7
19
23.8
2.2->12.0
Saturn
5Vi48
1n41
10n58
Leo
9.3
30
2.5
Crantor
6Ge05
9s46
11n43
Tau
23.1
86
12.8
14.1->24.9
RZ214
6Li18
8s55
10s41
Crv  
102.5
785
20.4
37.3->132.
Jupiter
6Vi19
1n02
10n10
Leo
5.4  
12
1.3
Orcus
6Li26
19s59  
20s49
Crv
46.5  
248
20.6
30.9->48.1
RP120
6Sc32 r
1n22
12s25
Lib
108.7
415
118.3
2.4->108.8
VS2
6Le38
1s46
16n56
Cnc
38.4  
250
14.7
36.6->42.7
Pluto
6Pi42 r
13s13
21s17
Aqr   
41.5
246
17.2
29.4->49.1
XA255
7Ta15
11s47
2n48
Cet
43.3
163
12.7
9.3->50.4
Cyllarus
7Li45
8n07
4n22
Vir  
35.0
135
12.6
16.5->36.1
Apogee
8Le00
2n56
21n07  
Cnc
QB1
8Le23
1n35
19n43
Cnc   
45.7
294
2.2
41.4->47.0
EL61
8Cp28 r
10n46
12s27
Sct
40.4  
282
28.3
34.7->51.3
TL66
8Sa31 r
14n03
7s52
Oph  
109.2
758
23.9
35.1->131.
DH5
8Li52
13n56
9n17
Vir  
17.2
105
22.5
14.0->30.4
GZ32
9Cp03 r  
1n17
21s53
Sgr  
18.2
110
15.1
18.0->28.0
Asbolus
9Ca06
16n58
40n05
Aur
27.5  
76
17.6
6.9->28.8
Okyrhoe
10Aq19r
12n30
5s37
Aqr
9.9
23
15.9
5.9->10.1
KF77
10Ge32
3n34
25n35
Tau
30.9
132
4.3  
19.8->32.1
CE10
10Li34  
27s45
29s27
Hya
17.6
31
145.0
2.0->17.6
AZ84
10Vi37
13s18
4s44
Sex
39.8
251
13.6
32.7->46.9
RL43
11Le07
5s42
11n59
Cnc
25.5
122
12.2
23.7->25.6
TD10
11Li26
0n59
3s37
Vir
136.5
933
5.9
12.6->178.
UR163
11Le39
0s11
17n09
Cnc
63.0
374
0.7
37.4->66.4
Teharonhi
11Ge55
1n57
24n11
Tau
44.4
293
2.6
42.8->45.4
RG33
12Ca06
33n14
55n56
Lyn
15.4    
30
35.8
2.3->16.8
Ascend
12Le18
0n00
17n08
Cnc
Node
12Pi31 r
0n00
6s52
Aqr  
HB57
12Ge48
13s06
9n21
Ori  
138.2
2057
15.6
38.1->285.
Nessus
13Ar43 r
4s35
1n11
Cet
37.0
121
15.7
11.7->37.3
Typhon
13Sa52r
2s27
24s55
Oph
32.0
234  
2.4
17.5->58.5
Echeclus
14Sc01
3n45
12s29
Lib
9.3
36
4.3
5.8->15.9
PA44
14Ge05
2s05
20n27
Tau
17.1
53
3.3
3.4->24.9
GM137
14Aq05r
11s24
27s30
PsA
8.4
23
15.7
7.1->8.9
CC22
14Ta34
7s20
9n13
Cet  
8.2  
19  
11.2  
5.4->8.7
Varuna
14Li45
16n46
9n38
Vir
45.2
284
17.2  
41.2->45.3
RM43
14Sa47r
3n44
18s54
Oph
114.9
857
28.8
35.2->145.
Bienor
14Pi58 r
2n55
3s14  
Psc
19.0
67  
20.8
13.1->19.9
Thereus
15Le05
17s26
0s23
Hya
12.9  
38
20.1
8.9->13.6
Pylenor
15Ge38
4s40
18n03
Tau
20.0
68
5.5
11.7->21.7
TC302
15Sa39r  
30s14
52s40
Ara
68.6
411
35.0
39.0->71.6
Chiron
15Sa42r  
5n56
16s48
Oph
10.5
49
7.0
8.4->18.4
MS4
15Pi50 r
13n42
7n03
Psc
40.4
267  
17.7
35.5->47.5
Huya
16Aq12r
8n20
8s02
Aqr
34.8
246
15.5
28.4->50.1
FZ173
17Ta13
9n20
25n56
Ari
115.2
789  
12.8
32.2->138.
FP185
17Ta16
24s36
6s39
Eri
146.0
3234
31.0  
34.1->403.
CZ118
17Ge30
27n30
50n13
Aur
134.0
1247
27.7
37.7->194.
CO1
17Ge41
0s10
22n44
Tau  
20.3
95
19.7
10.9->30.6
PN34
17Vi49
13s05
7s14
Crt
30.9
174  
16.6
13.5->48.8
RZ215
17Vi58
4s26
0n41
Leo  
122.5
1036
25.3
31.6->173.
GB32
18Ge19
14s04
8n56
Ori
149.3
3071
14.2
35.4->387.
YQ179
18Pi25 r
18s33
21s34
Cet
115.8
827  
20.9  
36.6->139.
GQ21
18Ta42
8s05
9n38
Tau
109.5
903
13.4
38.0->148.
Neptune
18Sc50r
1n46
15s44  
Lib
30.3
166
1.8  
Sedna
19Pi06 r
5s32
9s24
Aqr  
175.9
10953
12.0
75.3->911.
QD112
19Ca33
13n06
35n00
Gem
28.4
83
14.5
8.0->30.0
OP32
20Ta06
20s55
2s25
Eri
47.5
283  
27.2
38.6->47.7
Ixion
20Aq07r
19s13
32s53
PsA
31.9
246
19.6
29.8->48.7
VR130
20Vi21
0s26
3n26
Leo
27.9
118
3.5
14.9->33.2
FZ53
20Cp51r
35n51
13n38
Aql
33.3
116  
34.9
12.3->35.1
TX300
20Ca55
13n45
35n25
Lyn   
48.4
286
25.8
38.3->48.6
XZ255
20Ta55
1s13
16n50
Tau
15.5
63
2.6
15.3->16.5
Mars
21Ta01
1s12
16n53
Tau  
1.4
2
1.9
FY9
21Sa33r
3s08
26s20
Oph  
46.8
306
29.0  
38.3->52.6
UJ438
21Sc37r
1s50
19s58
Lib
18.4
74
3.8
8.3->27.1
RN43
21Ta45
14s02
4n38
Tau
41.0
267
19.3
40.6->42.3
Pholus
21Ar49
24s44
14s26
Cet
14.1
91
24.7
8.7->31.9
RR43
22Le04
24n35
37n10
LMi
47.7  
287
28.5
37.8->49.3
SA278
22Cp54r
13n31
8s10
Aql
126.5
879
16.4
32.7->150.
Mercury
22Ca55r
4s42
16n53
Gem
0.4
0
7.0
TY364
23Ge13
20s29
2n50
Ori
37.3
243
24.8
36.3->41.6
KX14
23Cp52r
0n06
21s16
Sgr
37.9
240
0.4
37.0->40.3
Hylonome
23Pi56 r
0n14
2s12
Psc  
31.1
125
4.2
18.7->31.2
OM67
24Vi07
12s11
8s50
Crt   
111.2
985
23.2
39.9->158.
Amycus
24Pi33 r
8n53
5n59
Psc
33.8
125
13.4
15.1->34.9
Chariklo
24Ge34
13n27
36n48
Aur   
15.7
63
23.4
13.1->18.5
CF119
24Pi52 r
16n12
12n48
Peg
112.4
830
19.8  
38.1->138.
Chaos
24Li58
4n22
5s36
Vir
46.2  
312
12.0  
41.2->50.9
CR105
25Aq19r
8s03
20s40
Aqr  
121.5  
3218
22.9
43.6->392.
BL41
25Sa40r
3s23
26s47
Sgr
11.5
31
13.4
7.1->12.5
Midheav
25Ar42
0n00
9n57
Psc
SQ73
25Ca49
16n22
37n02
Lyn
20.4
74
17.5
14.8->20.6
UX25
26Le01
15s47
2s01
Sex
37.1
283
19.4  
36.7->49.5
CY118
26Ar23 r
18s52
7s26
Cet
115.4
857
25.7
34.2->146.
CO104
26Sa52r
3s08
26s34
Sgr
26.4
118
3.1
20.6->27.5
XX143
27Vi08  
6n28  
7n04   
Vir
21.3
76
6.8
9.7->26.3
WL7
27Cp12r
10s34
31s06
Sgr
23.0
90
11.2
14.9->25.2
AW197
27Cp19r
1n15
19s29
Cap
44.2
323  
24.4
41.0->53.2
LE31
27Ge20
10s15
13n12
Ori   
11.7
23
152.5
4.3->11.8
MW12
27Ar29
9s22
1n50
Psc
39.6
307
21.6
39.3->51.7
WN188
27Aq30r
12s27
23s59
Aqr
22.9  
54
27.0
2.2->26.4
Radamantus
27Sc55r
10s11
29s37
Lup
44.1
244
12.7
33.1->45.1
DA62
28Ar06
9s24
2n01
Cet
11.2   
21
52.4
4.1->11.2
GV9
28Cp29r
 17n46
3s04
Aql  
43.4
270
22.0
38.4->45.2
OO67
28Li32
18n52
6n42
Vir
168.8
13422
20.0
21.2->1108
Moon
28Ta39
5n01
24n46
Tau
1.0
0
5.2
BU48
28Ca56
2s44
17n44
Cnc
24.6
194  
14.2
20.6->46.4
XR190
29Sa05r  
20n16  
3s12
Ser
57.5
431
46.6
52.3->61.9

Focused Minor Planets             

Eris     =  1 Aq 25 r
Sun      =  0 Le 31

Uranus   =  3 Li 22        Trine

VQ94      =   0 Ar 06 r     Sextile
Quaoar   =  1 Ar 54 r

TO66      =   1 Ca 24      Quincunx

RD215    =  1 Sc 24       Square

Deucalion =  1 Pi 26 r    Semisextile

Chiron    =   15 Sa 42 r  Semisquare
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Ixion      =  20 Aq 07 r
RR43     =  22 Le 04

Mars     =   21 Ta 01      Square
RN43     =  21 Ta 45
OP32     =  20 Ta 06
XZ255    =  20 Ta 55
Neptune  = 18 Sc 50 r  

FY9       =   21 Sa 33 r   Sextile  
Pholus   =   21 Ar 49
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Quaoar   =    1 Ar 54 r
VQ94      =     0 Ar 06 r
Uranus   =    3 Li 22

Sun        =      0 Le 31     Trine

TO66      =     1 Ca 24     Square

RD215    =    1 Sc 24      Quincunx

Deucalion =  1 Pi 26 r     Semisextile

Eris     =   1 Aq 25 r        Sextile

Huya    = 16 Aq 12 r        Semisquare
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Orcus    =  6 Li 26
RZ214    =  6 Li 18
Cyllarus =  7 Li 45

Jupiter  =  6 Vi 19      Semisextile
Saturn   = 5 Vi 48

Pluto    =  6 Pi 42 r     Quincunx

VS2      =  6 Le 38       Sextile
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Logos    =  4 Cp 40 r

Saturn   =  5 Vi 48      Trine
Venus    =  3 Vi 29

Uranus   =  3 Li 22     Square

Ceto      =    4 Pi 33 r   Sextile
PB112    =   4 Sc 00   
Elatus    =    5 Sc 16
Pelion    =    5 Sc 43

SB60     =    5 Ge 00   Quincunx
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OO67      = 28 Li 32
MW12     = 27 Ar 29

Moon     = 28 Ta 39        Quincunx

AW197    = 27 Cp 19 r   Square
GV9       =   28 Cp 29 r

XR190    =  29 Sa 05 r   Sextile

Rhadamanthus = 27 Sc 55 r  Semisextile

Typhon   = 13 Sa 52 r    Semisquare
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TL66     =  8 Sa 31 r

Pluto    =  6 Pi 42 r    Square

EL61     =  8 Cp 28 r  Semisextile

QB1      =  8 Le 23     Trine

Cyllarus =  7 Li 45      Sextile

XA255    =  7 Ta 15   Quincunx

Chaos    = 24 Li 58   Semisquare
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TY364     =  23 Ge 13

Mercury = 22 Ca 55 r    Semisextile

SA278    =  22 Cp 54 r    Quincunx
KX14      =  23 Cp 52 r

Hylonome = 23 Pi 56 r    Square

RR43      =   22 Le 04      Sextile
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Astrological Setting (Sidereal - Fagan/Bradley)


       RIYAL  Sat July 24 1802  UT 5h18m00s  Lat49n15  Lon3e06   SORT ALL       

Planet
Longit.
RR43         
0Le05
SA278      
0Cp55 r
Mercury     
0Ca56 r
TY364       
1Ge14
KX14       
1Cp53 r
Hylonome    
1Pi57 r
OM67       
2Vi07
Amycus     
2Pi34 r
Chariklo   
2Ge35
CF119       
2Pi53 r
Chaos     
2Li59
CR105      
3Aq20 r
BL41        
3Sa41 r
Midheav  
3Ar43
SQ73       
3Ca50
UX25          
4Le01
CY118       
4Ar24 r
CO104      
4Sa53 r
XX143      
5Vi09
WL7        
5Cp13 r
AW197      
5Cp20 r
LE31       
5Ge21
MW12       
5Ar30
WN188      
5Aq31 r
Radamantus   
5Sc56 r
DA62       
6Ar07
GV9         
6Cp30 r
OO67       
6Li33
Moon       
6Ta40
BU48       
6Ca57
XR190      
7Sa06 r
OX3         
8Sa06 r
VQ94       
8Pi07 r
Sun        
8Ca32
TO66       
9Ge25
RD215      
9Li25
Eris       
9Cp26 r
Deucalion  
9Aq27 r
Vertex   
9Sa43
Quaoar      
9Pi55 r
96PW      
11Le15
Uranus    
11Vi23
Venus     
11Le30
PB112      
12Li00
VU2       
12Vi12
Ceto       
12Aq34r
QB243      
12Aq40r
Logos      
12Sa41r
SB60       
13Ta01
PJ30      
13Ge06
Elatus    
13Li17
Pelion    
13Li44
QF6       
13Vi47
Saturn     
13Le49
Crantor   
14Ta06
RZ214     
14Vi19
Jupiter   
14Le20
Orcus     
14Vi26
RP120     
14Li33 r
VS2       
14Ca39
Pluto       
14Aq43r  
XA255     
15Ar16
Cyllarus  
15Vi46
Apogee    
16Ca01
QB1       
16Ca24
EL61       
16Sa29r
TL66         
16Sc32r
DH5          
16Vi53
GZ32       
17Sa04r
Asbolus   
17Ge07
Okyrhoe    
18Cp20r
KF77      
18Ta33
CE10       
18Vi35
AZ84      
18Le38
RL43      
19Ca08
TD10       
19Vi27
UR163        
19Ca39
Teharonhi  
19Ta55
RG33      
20Ge06
Ascend     
20Ca19
Node       
20Aq32r
HB57      
20Ta49
Nessus    
21Pi43 r
Typhon     
21Sc53r
Echeclus  
22Li02
PA44      
22Ta06
GM137      
22Cp06r
CC22      
22Ar35
Varuna    
22Vi46
RM43      
22Sc48r
Bienor    
22Aq59r
Thereus   
23Ca06
Pylenor   
23Ta39
TC302      
23Sc40r
Chiron       
23Sc42r
MS4         
23Aq51r
Huya       
24Cp13r
FZ173       
25Ar14
FP185     
25Ar17
CZ118     
25Ta31
CO1       
25Ta42
PN34      
25Le50
RZ215     
25Le59
GB32      
26Ta20
YQ179       
26Aq26r
GQ21      
26Ar43
Neptune    
26Li51 r
Sedna      
27Aq07r
QD112       
27Ge34
OP32      
28Ar07
Ixion      
28Cp07r
VR130      
28Le22
FZ53        
28Sa52r
TX300     
28Ge56
XZ255     
28Ar56
Mars      
29Ar02
FY9        
29Sc33r
UJ438      
29Li38 r
RN43       
29Ar46
Pholus    
29Pi50

Focused Minor Planets          

Eris      =  9 Cp 26 r
Sun      =  8 Ca 32

Uranus   =   11 Vi 23      Trine

VQ94     =    8 Pi 07 r      Sextile
Quaoar   =  9 Pi 55 r   

TO66     =    9 Ge 25       Quincunx

RD215    =  9 Li 25         Square

Deucalion =  9 Aq 27 r   Semisextile

Chiron    =   23 Sc 42 r   Semisquare
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Ixion     =  28 Cp 07 r

Mars     =   29 Ar 02       Square
RN43     =   29 Ar 46
OP32     =  28 Ar 07
XZ255    =  28 Ar 56
Neptune  =  26 Li 51 r

FY9      =   29 Sc 33 r     Sextile  
Pholus  =   29 Pi 50
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Quaoar   =    9 Pi 55 r
VQ94      =     8 Pi 07 r
Uranus   =  11 Vi 23

Sun        =      8 Ca 32    Trine

TO66      =      9 Ge 25    Square

RD215    =     9 Li 25      Quincunx

Deucalion =   9 Aq 27 r  Semisextile

Eris      =      9 Cp 26 r   Sextile

Huya    =     24 Cp 13 r   Semisquare
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Orcus    =  14 Vi 26
RZ214    =  14 Vi 19
Cyllarus =  15 Vi 46     

Jupiter  =   14 Le 20      Semisextile
Saturn   =  13 Le 49

Pluto    =   14 Aq 43 r    Quincunx

VS2      =   14 Ca 39      Sextile
____________________

Logos    =  12 Sa 41 r

Saturn   = 13 Le 49       Trine
Venus    =  11 Le 30  

Uranus   =  11 Vi 23      Square

Ceto     =    12 Aq 34 r   Sextile
PB112    =  12 Li 00    
Elatus   =    13 Li 17
Pelion   =    13 Li 44

SB60     =  13 Ta 01      Quincunx
___________________

OO67      =  6 Li 33  
MW12     =  5 Ar 30

Moon     =   6 Ta 40       Quincunx

AW197    =  5 Cp 20 r   Square
GV9       =    6 Cp 30 r

XR190    =   7 Sa 06 r    Sextile

Rhadamanthus = 5 Sc 56 r  Semisextile

Typhon   =   21 Sc 53 r   Semisquare
____________________


TL66     =  16 Sc 32 r

Pluto    =  14 Aq 43 r    Square

EL61     =  16 Sa 29 r   Semisextile

QB1      =   16 Ca 24     Trine
Apogee   =16 Ca 01

Cyllarus =   15 Vi 46     Sextile

XA255    =  15 Ar 16    Quincunx

Chaos    =    2 Li 59     Semisquare
____________________


TY364      =    1 Ge 14  

Mercury =     0 Ca 56 r     Semisextile

SA278     =     0 Cp 55 r     Quincunx
KX14       =     1 Cp 53 r

Hylonome  =   1 Pi 57 r       Square

RR43      =      0 Le 05         Sextile
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Posted to Centaurs (YahooGroups) on December 05, 2007

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