William Frederick Cody



CR105/Sun conjunction


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

>>William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody (February 26, 1846 – January 10, 1917) was an American soldier, bison hunter and showman. He was born in the Iowa Territory (now the American state of Iowa), near Le Claire. He was one of the most colorful figures of the Old West, and mostly famous for the shows he organized with cowboy themes. Buffalo Bill received the Medal of Honor.


Nickname and work life
William Frederick ("Buffalo Bill") Cody got his nickname after he undertook a contract  to supply Kansas Pacific Railroad workers with bison meat .


The nickname originally referred to Bill Comstock. Cody earned the nickname by killing 4,280 buffaloes in eighteen months (1867-68).

Performer in Buffalo Bill's Wild West, seen at Buffalo Bill Museum at Lookout Mountain near Golden, Colorado.
In addition to his documented service as a soldier during the Civil War and as Chief of Scouts for the Third Cavalry during the Plains Wars, Cody claimed to have worked many jobs, including as a trapper, bullwhacker, "Fifty-Niner" in Colorado, a Pony Express rider in 1860, wagonmaster, stagecoach driver, and even a hotel manager, but it's unclear which claims were factual and which were fabricated for purposes of publicity. He became world famous for his Wild West show.
Early years
William Frederick Cody was born at his family's farmhouse in Scott County, Iowa, on February 26, 1846, to Isaac Cody and wife Mary Ann Bonsell Laycock, daughter of Samuel Laycock and wife Hannah Taylor. When Cody was 7, his older brother, Samuel, was killed by a fall from a horse. His death so affected Mary Cody's health that a change of scene was advised and the family relocated to Kansas, moving into a large log cabin on land that they had staked there.
Cody's father believed that Kansas should be a free state, but many of the other settlers in the area were pro-slavery (see Bleeding Kansas). While giving an anti-slavery speech at the local trading post, he so inflamed the supporters of slavery in the audience that they formed a mob and one of them stabbed him. Cody helped to drag his father to safety, although he never fully recovered from his injuries. The family was constantly persecuted by the supporters of slavery, forcing Isaac Cody to spend much of his time away from home. His enemies learned of a planned visit to his family and plotted to kill him on the way. Cody, despite his youth and the fact that he was ill, rode 30 miles (48 km) to warn his father. Cody's father died in 1857 from complications from his stabbing.
After his father's death, the Cody family suffered financial difficulties, and Cody, aged 11, took a job with freight carrier as a "boy extra," riding up and down the length of a wagon train, delivering messages. From here, he joined Johnston's Army as an unofficial member of the scouts assigned to guide the Army to Utah to put down a falsely-reported rebellion by the Mormon population of Salt Lake City. According to Cody's account in Buffalo Bill's Own Story, the Utah War was where he first began his career as an "Indian fighter".
Presently the moon rose, dead ahead of me; and painted boldly across its face was the figure of an Indian. He wore the war-bonnet of the Sioux, at his shoulder was a rifle pointed at someone in the river-bottom 30 feet (9 m) below; in another second he would drop one of my friends. I raised my old muzzle-loader and fired. The figure collapsed, tumbled down the bank and landed with a splash in the water. 'What is it?' called McCarthy, as he hurried back. 'It's over there in the water,' I answered. McCarthy ran over to the dark figure. 'Hi!' he cried. 'Little Billy's killed an Indian all by himself!' So began my career as an Indian fighter.
At the age of 14, Cody was struck by gold fever, but on his way to the gold fields, he met an agent for the Pony Express. He signed with them and after building several way stations and corrals was given a job as rider, which he kept until he was called home to his sick mother's bedside.
His mother recovered, and Cody, who wished to enlist as a soldier, but was refused for his age, began working with a United States freight caravan which delivered supplies to Fort Laramie.

Civil War soldier and marriage
Shortly after the death of his mother in 1863, Cody enlisted in the 7th Kansas Cavalry Regiment and fought with them on the Union side for the rest of the Civil War.
While stationed at military camp in St. Louis, Bill met Louisa Frederici (1843-1921). He returned after his discharge and they married on March 6, 1866. Their marriage was not a happy one, and Bill unsuccessfully attempted to divorce Louisa. They had four children, two of whom died young: his beloved son, Kit died of scarlet fever in April, 1876, and his daughter Orra died in 1880.
His early experience as an Army scout led him again to scouting. From 1868 until 1872 Cody was employed as a scout by the United States Army. Part of this time he spent scouting for Indians, and the remainder was spent gathering and killing bison for them and the Kansas Pacific Railroad.

Medal of Honor

Col. William F. Cody, 1889
By Rosa Bonheur (1882-1899)
He received the Medal of Honor in 1872 for "gallantry in action" while serving as a civilian scout for the 3rd Cavalry Regiment. This medal was revoked on February 5, 1917, 24 days after his death, because he was a civilian and therefore was ineligible for the award under new guidelines for the award in 1917. The medal was restored to him by the army in 1989.
See List of Medal of Honor recipients for the Indian Wars


Buffalo Bill's Wild West

After being a frontiersman, Buffalo Bill entered show business. He formed a touring company called the Buffalo Bill Combination which put on plays (such as "Scouts of the Prairie", "Scouts of the Plain") based loosely on his Western adventures, initially with Texas Jack Omohundro, and for one season (1873) with Wild Bill Hickok. The troupe toured for ten years and his part typically included an 1876 incident at the Warbonnet Creek where he claimed to have scalped a Cheyenne warrior, purportedly in revenge for the death of George Armstrong Custer.
It was the age of great showmen and traveling entertainers, like the Barnum and Bailey Circus and the Vaudeville circuits. Cody put together a new traveling show based on both of those forms of entertainment. In 1883 in the area of North Platte, Nebraska he founded "Buffalo Bill's Wild West," (despite popular misconception, the word "show" was not a part of the title) a circus-like attraction that toured annually.


As the Wild West toured North America over the next twenty years, it became a moving extravaganza, including as many as 1200 performers. In 1893 the title was changed to "Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World".

A handbill for Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World'

The show began with a parade on horseback, with participants from horse-culture groups that included US and other military, American Indians, and performers from all over the world in their best attire. There were Turks, Gauchos, Arabs, Mongols and Cossacks, among others, each showing their own distinctive horses and colorful costumes. Visitors to this spectacle could see main events, feats of skill, staged races, and sideshows. Many authentic western personalities were part of the show. For example Sitting Bull and a band of twenty braves appeared. Cody's headline performers were well known in their own right. People like Annie Oakley and her husband Frank Butler put on shooting exhibitions along with the likes of Gabriel Dumont. Buffalo Bill and his performers would re-enact the riding of the Pony Express, Indian attacks on wagon trains, and stagecoach robberies. The show typically ended with a melodramatic re-enactment of Custer's Last Stand in which Cody himself portrayed General Custer.

The profits from his show enabled him to purchase a 4,000-acre (16 km²) ranch near North Platte, Nebraska in 1886. Scout's Rest Ranch included an eighteen-room mansion and a large barn for winter storage of the show's livestock.
In 1887 he performed in London in celebration of the Jubilee year of Queen Victoria, and toured Europe in 1889. In 1890 he met Pope Leo XIII. He set up an exhibition near the Chicago World's Fair of 1893, which greatly contributed to his popularity, and also vexed the promoters of the fair. As noted in The Devil in the White City, he had been rebuffed in his request to be part of the fair, so he set up shop just to the west of the fairgrounds, drawing many patrons away from the fair. Since his show was not part of the fair, he was not obligated to pay the fair any royalties, which they could have used to temper the financial struggles of the fair.

Conservation activities

Larry McMurtry, along with some historians, asserts that at the turn of the 20th century Buffalo Bill Cody was the most recognizable celebrity on earth. And yet, despite all of the recognition and appreciation Cody's show brought for the Western and American Indian cultures, Buffalo Bill saw the American West change dramatically during his tumultuous life. Bison herds, which had once numbered in the millions, were now threatened with extinction. Railroads crossed the plains, barbed wire, and other types of fences divided the land for farmers and ranchers, and the once-threatening Indian tribes were now almost completely confined to reservations. Wyoming's resources of coal, oil and natural gas were beginning to be exploited towards the end of his life.
Even the Shoshone River was dammed for hydroelectric power as well as for irrigation. In 1897 and 1899 Cody and his associates acquired from the State of Wyoming the right to take water from the Shoshone River to irrigate about 169,000 acres (680 km²) of land in the Big Horn Basin. They began developing a canal to carry water diverted from the river, but their plans did not include a water storage reservoir. Cody and his associates were unable to raise sufficient capital to complete their plan. Early in 1903 they joined with the Wyoming Board of Land Commissioners in urging the federal government to step in and help with irrigation development in the valley.
The Shoshone Project became one of the first federal water development projects undertaken by the newly formed Reclamation Service, later to become known as the Bureau of Reclamation. After Reclamation took over the project in 1903, investigating engineers recommended constructing a dam on the Shoshone River in the canyon west of Cody.
Construction of the Shoshone Dam started in 1905, a year after the Shoshone Project was authorized. Almost three decades after its construction, the name of the dam and reservoir was changed to Buffalo Bill Dam by an act of Congress to honor Cody.

Life in Cody, Wyoming
In 1895, William Cody was instrumental in founding Cody, Wyoming. Cody passed through the region in the 1870s. He was so impressed by the development possibilities from irrigation, rich soil, grand scenery, hunting, and proximity to Yellowstone Park that he returned in the mid-1890s to start a town. He brought with him men whose names are still on street signs in Cody’s downtown area – Beck, Alger, Rumsey, Bleistein and Salsbury. The town was incorporated in 1901.
In 1902, Cody built the Irma Hotel in downtown Cody. The hotel is named after his daughter, Irma. He also had lodging along the North Fork of the Shoshone River, which is a route to the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park that included the Wapiti Inn and Pahaska Teepee. Up the south fork of the Shoshone was his ranch, the TE.
When Cody acquired the TE property, he ordered the movement of Nebraska and South Dakota cattle to Wyoming. This new herd carried the TE brand. The late 1890s were relatively prosperous years for Buffalo Bill's Wild West and he used some of the profits to accumulate lands which were added to the TE holdings.


Eventually Cody held around eight thousand acres (32 km²) of private land for grazing operations and ran about a thousand head of cattle. He also operated a dude ranch, pack horse camping trips, and big game hunting business at and from the TE Ranch. In his spacious and comfortable ranch house he entertained notable guests from Europe and America.

Cody died of kidney failure on January 10, 1917, surrounded by family and friends at his sister's house in Denver. On his death bed William F. Cody was baptized into the Roman Catholic Church the day before his death January 9, 1917, by Father Christopher Walsh of the Denver Cathedral. Upon the news of his death he received tributes from the King of Britain, the German Kaiser, and President Woodrow Wilson. His funeral was in Denver at the Elks Lodge Hall. Wyoming Governor John B. Kendrick, a friend of Cody's, led the funeral procession to the Elks Lodge.
Contrary to popular belief Cody was not destitute, but his once great fortune had dwindled to under $100,000. Despite his request to be buried in Cody, Wyoming, in an early will, it was superseded by a later will which left his burial arrangements up to his wife Louisa. To this day there is controversy as to where Cody should have been buried. According to the writer Larry McMurtry, Harry Tammen and Frederick Gilmer Bonfils of the Denver Post, who had strong-armed Cody into appearing in their Sells-Floto Circus, either "bullied or bamboozled the grieving Louisa" and had Cody buried in Colorado. This is consistent with an account by Gene Fowler, who wrote Cody's obituary for the Post under direction from Tammen and Bonfils.
On June 3, 1917, Cody was buried on Colorado's Lookout Mountain, in Golden, Colorado, west of the city of Denver, located on the edge of the Rocky Mountains and overlooking the Great Plains. His exact burial site was selected by his sister, Mrs. Mary Decker, while looking over the area accompanied by W.F.R. Mills, manager of the Denver Mountain Parks.  In 1948 the Cody branch of the American Legion offered a reward for the 'return' of the body, so the Denver branch mounted a guard over the grave until a deeper shaft could be blasted into the rock.

Legacy
In contrast to his image and stereotype as a rough-hewn outdoorsman, Buffalo Bill pushed for the rights of American Indians and women. In addition, despite his history of killing bison, he supported their conservation by speaking out against hide-hunting and pushing for a hunting season.
Buffalo Bill became so well known and his exploits so well entrenched in American culture that his character has appeared in many literary works, as well as television shows and movies, and on two U.S. postage stamps. Westerns were very popular in the 1950s and 60s, and Buffalo Bill would make an appearance in many of them. As a character, he is in the very popular Broadway musical Annie Get Your Gun, which was very successful both with Ethel Merman and more recently with Bernadette Peters in the lead role.
Having been a frontier scout who respected the natives, he was a staunch supporter of their rights. He employed many more natives than just Sitting Bull, feeling his show offered them a better life, calling them "the former foe, present friend, the American", and once said,
"Every Indian outbreak that I have ever known has resulted from broken promises and broken treaties by the government."
While in his shows the Indians were usually the "bad guys", attacking stagecoaches and wagon trains in order to be driven off by "heroic" cowboys and soldiers, Bill also had the wives and children of his Indian performers set up camp as they would in the homelands as part of the show, so that the paying public could see the human side of the "fierce warriors", that they were families like any other, just part of a different culture.
The city of Cody, Wyoming was founded in 1896 by Cody and some investors, and is named for him. It is the home of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Fifty miles from Yellowstone National Park, it became a tourist magnet with many dignitaries and political leaders coming to hunt. Bill did indeed spend a great amount of time in Wyoming at his home in Cody. However, he also had a house in the town of North Platte, Nebraska and later built the Scout's Rest Ranch there where he came to be with his family between shows. This western Nebraska town is still home to "Nebraskaland Days," an annual festival including concerts and a large rodeo. The Scout's Rest Ranch in North Platte is both a museum, and a tourist destination for thousands of people every year.
Buffalo Bill became a hero of the Bills, a Congolese youth subculture of the late 1950s who idolized Western movies.<<

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffalo_Bill

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Using RIYAL 3.1

Assuming Le Claire (Lat41n36 -  Lon90w21) at 8:00am, converted to 14:01:24 UT by Astrodienst.
Rodden's AstroDatabank rating: DD


Astrological Setting (Tropical - Placidus)




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19s32
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16s49
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25Sa12
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15n25
12n21
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25Aq45
12s42
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10s57
31s42
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26Pi02
6s41
7s42
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CZ118
26Ge03r
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Aur
Neptune
26Aq04
0s28
13s16
Aqr
FZ173
26Ta25
10n39
29n42
Tau
Deucalion
26Ar42
0s09
10n10
Ari  
RZ215
27Vi06 r
8s11
6s21
Crt
Quaoar
27Ta35
6s19
13n29
Tau
QB1
27Vi36 r
0n00
0n58   
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MW12
27Ge47r
21s41
1n46
Ori
Amycus
28Ta29   
12n42
32n11  
Per
YQ179
28Pi53
19s42
18s27   
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KF77  
29Le01r  
3n05
14n43
Leo
AZ84
29Sc25  
2s55
22s53
Sco
Eris
29Aq57
40s29
48s21
Phe
GQ21
29Ta58
10s05
10n17
Tau

Focused Minor Planets

CR105   =  6 Pi 51
Sun        =  7 Pi 38
XA255    =  7 Vi 36 r
96PW     =  5 Vi 16 r  

Jupiter  =  6 Ta 50        Sextile
CY118   =   6 Ta 11

Pluto     = 23 Ar 25       Semisquare

Thereus =  7 Li 08 r       Quincunx
OM67    =  6 Li 52 r

OP32     =  7 Ca 49 r     Trine

Nessus   =  6 Ge 40      Square

CF119    =  5 Ar 56       Semisextile
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Eris      =    29 Aq 57
Mercury  =  1 Pi 17  
TY364     =   1 Vi 46 r
TX300     =   1 Vi 18 r

Ixion     =    1 Ge 40     Square    
GQ21    =  29 Ta 58
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Ixion     =   1 Ge 40
GQ21    = 29 Ta 58
Orcus   =   2 Sa 34

Mercury  =  1 Pi17      T Square
Eris       =   29 Aq 57
TY364   =     1 Vi 46 r    
TX300   =     1 Vi 18 r
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EL61     =   17 Pi 40
Moon    =   18 Pi 23

Logos   =    17 Aq 34    Semisextile
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AW197    = 14 Pi 41
Venus     = 14 Pi 36 r
UR163     = 13 Vi 18 r

Chaos     = 13 Sa 00    Square

TC302     = 13 Cp 55    Sextile
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Chaos   = 13 Sa 00

Mars      = 12 Ta 28      Quincunx   

AW197    = 14 Pi 41     Square
Venus     = 14 Pi 36 r
UR163     = 13 Vi 18 r      

Pholus     =  12 Cp 09   Semisextile
TC302    =  13 Cp 55   
RD215    =  12 Sc 03 r     

Huya       =  12 Ar 07     Trine

RR43      =  12 Li 05 r   Sextile
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GV9       =   23 Pi 16

Saturn  =   23 Aq 21   Semisextile
Pluto     =   23 Ar 25      

Jupiter  =    6 Ta 50     Semisquare

TO66     =   23 Le 24 r  Quincunx

Hylonome = 22 Ge 22 r  Square

MS4      =   22 Ta 13      Sextile
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Varuna   = 10 Sa 08

Uranus   =  8 Ar 23       Trine

VS2        =   9 Li 16 r      Sextile

Ceto      =  10 Pi 34        Square
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Quaoar   =  27 Ta 35
FZ173     =  26 Ta 25
Amycus   =  28 Ta 29

Neptune  = 26 Aq 04     Square

Sedna     =   26 Pi 02      Sextile
YQ179     =  28 Pi 53         

RZ215     =   27 Vi 06 r   Trine
QB1         =  27 Vi 36 r

MW12     = 27 Ge 47 r    Semisextile
Deucalion = 26 Ar 42
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Astrological Setting (Sidereal - Fagan/Bradley)


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0Aq45
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0Le48 r
Pluto        
0Ar49
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1Ar14
GM137     
1Cp30
FP185       
1Ta40
OX3         
1Ta41
GB32       
2Ge27 r
RM43        
2Sa36
FZ53       
2Pi57
SQ73       
3Aq09
Pelion     
3Ta12
Cyllarus   
3Cp24
Sedna         
3Pi26
CZ118      
3Ge27 r
Neptune    
3Aq29
FZ173      
3Ta50
Deucalion  
4Ar07
RZ215      
4Vi31 r
Quaoar     
4Ta59
QB1        
5Vi00 r
MW12       
5Ge12 r
Amycus     
5Ta53
YQ179      
6Pi18
KF77       
6Le25 r
AZ84       
6Sc49
Eris      
7Aq21
GQ21        
7Ta22
UJ438      
8Aq20
Mercury    
8Aq41
TX300      
8Le43 r
Ixion     
9Ta04
TY364      
9Le11 r
SA278      
9Cp19
RG33       
9Le36 r
VQ94       
9Pi47
UX25       
9Li52 r
Orcus     
9Sc58
GZ32      
10Ta09
Crantor   
10Cp09
PN34      
10Ar11
Typhon    
10Cp19
Pylenor    
10Sa38
XR190      
10Cp45
Echeclus  
10Ta50
KX14       
11Pi34
OO67      
11Li39 r
LE31      
11Ge44 r  
Vertex    
11Vi50
Elatus   
12Li01 r
Chiron    
12Vi13 r
VR130     
12Sc25
Teharonhi  
12Ca27r
96PW       
12Le40 r
Midheav    
12Sa57
QD112     
13Ar10
CF119     
13Pi20
CY118       
13Ar35
Nessus    
14Ta05
RP120     
14Li05 r
Jupiter   
14Ar14
CR105     
14Aq15
OM67      
14Vi16 r
Thereus   
14Vi32 r
WN188     
14Cp52
XA255      
15Le01 r
Sun       
15Aq03
OP32       
15Ge14r
Uranus    
15Pi48
PA44         
15Sa50
BL41       
15Ge54r
CE10      
15Le58 r
Node      
16Li29 r
VS2         
16Vi40 r
CO1       
16Aq42
DH5       
16Cp50
Varuna    
17Sc32
Ceto     
17Aq58
Ascend    
18Pi04
Asbolus   
18Li32 r
CC22       
18Ca52r
QB243     
19Ar04
RD215     
19Li27 r
RR43      
19Vi30 r
Huya      
19Pi31
Pholus    
19Sa33
Mars     
19Ar52
Chaos     
20Sc24
UR163     
20Le42 r
CO104     
21Pi04
TC302      
21Sa20
PJ30       
21Ge31r
PB112       
21Li39 r
Venus      
22Aq00r
AW197     
22Aq05
WL7       
22Le17 r
Apogee     
22Ca39r
FY9      
23Cp38
QF6        
23Li48 r
Bienor     
24Sc21
TD10     
24Vi43 r
RL43      
24Sc49
Logos     
24Cp59
XX143       
24Ge59r
EL61       
25Aq04
Moon      
25Aq47
BU48       
25Vi50 r
SB60       
27Ge01r
Radamantus
27Sa27
VU2       
27Sc35
RZ214      
27Vi47 r
HB57        
28Ta01 r
Chariklo  
28Aq13
TL66      
28Sc28
Okyrhoe   
28Sa43
XZ255     
28Sa49
RN43        
28Ge53r
MS4       
29Ar37
Hylonome  
29Ta47 r


Focused Minor Planets                        

CR105   =   14 Aq 15
Sun        =   15 Aq 03
XA255   =   15 Le 01 r
96PW    =   12 Le 40 r

Jupiter  =   14 Ar 14       Sextile
CY118    =  13 Ar 35

Pluto     =    0 Ar 49        Semisquare

Thereus =  14 Vi 32 r      Quincunx
OM67    =  14 Vi 16 r

OP32     =  15 Ge 14 r    Trine

Nessus   = 14 Ta 05        Square

CF119    = 13 Pi 20        Semisextile
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Eris      =      7 Aq 21
Mercury  =  8 Aq 41
TY364    =    9 Le 11 r
TX300    =    8 Le 43 r

Ixion     =     9 Ta 04        Square    
GQ21    =     7 Ta 22
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Ixion      =  9 Ta 04
GQ21     =  7 Ta 22
Orcus    =  9 Sc 58  

Mercury  =   8 Aq 41     T Square
Eris        =     7 Aq 21
TY364    =     9 Le 11 r    
TX300    =     8 Le 43 r
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EL61      =   25 Aq 04
Moon     =   25 Aq 47

Logos    =    24 Cp 59    Semisextile
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AW197   =  22 Aq 05
Venus    =  22 Aq 00 r
UR163    =  20 Le 42 r

Chaos    =  20 Sc 24     Square

TC302    =  21 Sa 20     Sextile
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Chaos    =  20 Sc 24

Mars     =   19 Ar 52       Quincunx   

AW197  =   22 Aq 05     Square
Venus    =  22 Aq 00 r
UR163    =  20 Le 42 r

Pholus    =  19 Sa 33     Semisextile
TC302    =   21 Sa 20
RD215    =  19 Li 27 r

Huya     =  19 Pi 31        Trine

RR43     =  19 Vi 30 r     Sextile
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GV9      =    0 Pi 40

Saturn  =   0 Aq 45       Semisextile
Pluto     =   0 Ar 49

Jupiter  = 14 Ar 14       Semisquare

TO66     =    0 Le 48 r    Quincunx

Hylonome =  29 Ta 47 r   Square

MS4      =  29 Ar 37       Sextile
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Varuna   = 17 Sc 32

Uranus   = 15 Pi 48      Trine

VS2      =   16 Vi 40 r     Sextile

Ceto     =    17 Aq 58     Square
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Quaoar   =   4 Ta 59
FZ173      =  3 Ta 50  
Amycus    =  5 Ta 53

Neptune  =  3 Aq 29      Square

YQ179     =   6 Pi 18       Sextile
Sedna     =   3 Pi 26

RZ215     =   4 Vi 31 r     Trine
QB1         =   5 Vi 00 r  
Cyllarus   =   3 Cp 24

MW12      =  5 Ge 12 r    Semisextile
Deucalion =  4 Ar 07
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Tentatively, for  2000 CR105:     

- Adventure

- Adventurer

- Individualism

- Sensationalism

- Theatrical genius

- Cultural myths
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Posted to Centaurs (YahooGroups) on April 14, 2008

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