Patrick White

Makemake/Sun conjunction

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>>Patrick Victor Martindale White (1912 – 1990) was an Australian author who was widely regarded as a major English-language novelist of the 20th century. From 1935 until his death, he published 12 novels, two short-story collections and eight plays. His fiction freely employs shifting narrative vantage points and a stream of consciousness technique. In 1973, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Childhood and adolescence
White was born in Knightsbridge, London, to Australian parents, who settled in Sydney when he was six months old. As a child, he lived in one flat with his sister, nanny and a maid, while his parents lived in an adjoining flat. At the age of four, White developed asthma, a condition that had taken the life of his maternal grandfather. White's health was fragile throughout his childhood, which, while it precluded his participation in many childhood activities, stimulated his imagination. He would perform private rites in the garden, and would dance for his mother’s friends. He loved the theatre, which he first visited at an early age. At the age of ten, White was sent to Tudor House School, a boarding school in the New South Wales highlands, in an attempt to abate his asthma. It took him some time to adjust to the presence of other children. At boarding school he started to write plays. Even at this early age, White wrote about noticeably adult themes. In 1924, the boarding school ran into financial trouble, and the headmaster suggested that White be sent to boarding school in England, a suggestion which his parents accepted.
White struggled to adjust to his new surroundings at this new school, Cheltenham College. He was later to describe it as "a four-year prison sentence". White withdrew inside himself and had a limited circle of acquaintances. Occasionally he would holiday with his parents at European locations, but their relationship still remained distant. While in London, White did make one close friend, Ronald Waterall, an older boy who shared similar interests. White’s biographer, David Marr, wrote that the two men would walk arm in arm to London shows, stand around stage doors to catch a glimpse of their favourite stars, and give practical demonstrations of chorus girls’ high kicks, with appropriate vocal accompaniment. When Waterall left school, White again withdrew into himself. He asked his parents if he could leave school to become an actor. They compromised, allowing him to finish school early, on the condition that he first come home to Australia, to try life on the land.

Travelling the world

White spent two years working as a stockman at Bolaro, a 73 km² station on the edge of the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, Australia. His parents felt that he should work on the land rather than become a writer and hoped that his work as a jackaroo would cause his artistic ambitions to fade. Although White grew to respect the land, and his health started to improve, it was clear that he was not cut out for this life.
From 1932 to 1935, White lived in England, studying French and German literature at King's College, Cambridge. He struggled in his first term, in part because he developed an attraction to a young man who had come to King's to become an Anglican priest. White dared not speak of his feelings for fear of losing the friendship and, like many homosexual men of that period, feared that his sexuality would doom him to a lonely life. Then one night, the student priest, after an awkward liaison with two women, admitted to White that women meant nothing to him sexually. This became White’s first love affair.
While at Cambridge University, a collection of White's poetry was published under the title The Ploughman and Other Poems, and he wrote a play that was performed by an amateur group. He received his Bachelor of Arts in 1935, and briefly settled in London, where he lived in an area that was frequented by artists. Here, the young author thrived for a time, writing several unpublished works, and reworking a novel, Happy Valley, that he had written while jackarooing. In 1937, White’s father died, leaving him ten thousand pounds. This enabled him to write full-time in relative comfort. Two more plays followed, before he succeeded in finding a publisher for Happy Valley. The novel was received well in London, but poorly in Australia. He wrote another novel, Nightside, but abandoned it after receiving negative comments. He later spoke of regretting that he had not finished it.
In 1936 White met the 18 years older painter Roy de Maistre who became an important influence in his life and on his work. The two men never became lovers, but firm friends. In Patrick White's own words "He became what I most needed, an intellectual and aesthetic mentor". They had many similarities. They were both homosexual; they both felt like outsiders in their own families; as a result they both had ambivalent feelings about their families and backgrounds, yet both maintained close and life-long links with their families, particularly their mothers. They also both appreciated the benefits of social standing and connections; and Christian symbolism and biblical themes are common in both artists' work. Patrick White dedicated his first novel 'Happy Valley' (1939) to de Maistre, and acknowledged de Maistre's influence on his writing. In 1947 De Maistre's painting 'Figure in a Garden (The Aunt)' was used as the cover for the first edition of Patrick White's 'The Aunt's Story'. Patrick White also bought many of de Maistre's paintings for himself. In 1974 Patrick White gave all his paintings by de Maistre to the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Towards the end of the 1930s, White spent some time in the United States, including Cape Cod, Massachusetts and New York City, where he wrote The Living and the Dead. By the time World War II broke out, he had returned to London and joined the Royal Air Force. He was accepted as an intelligence officer, and was posted to the Middle East. He served in Egypt, Palestine, and Greece before the war was over. While in the Middle East, he had an affair with a Greek Army officer, Manoly Lascaris, who was to become his life partner.

The growth of White's writing career

After the war, White once again returned to Australia, buying an old house in Castle Hill, in the semi-rural outskirts of Sydney. Here he settled down with Lascaris, the officer he had met during the war. They lived there for 18 years, selling flowers, vegetables, milk, and cream. During these years, he started to make a reputation for himself as a writer, publishing The Aunt's Story and The Tree of Man, which was published in the United States in 1955 and shortly after in England. The Tree of Man was released to rave reviews in the US, but, in what was to become a typical pattern, was panned in Australia. White had doubts about whether to continue writing, after his books were largely dismissed in Australia (three of them having been called ‘un-Australian’ by critics), but, in the end, decided to persevere. His first breakthrough in Australia came when his next novel, Voss, won the inaugural Miles Franklin Literary Award.
In 1961, White published Riders in the Chariot. This was to become both a bestseller as well as a prize-winner, garnering him a second Miles Franklin Award. In 1963, White and Lascaris decided to sell the house at Castle Hill that they had named "Dogwoods". A number of White's works from the 1960s depict the fictional town of Sarsaparilla, including his collection of short stories, The Burnt Ones, and the play, The Season at Sarsaparilla. By now, he had clearly established his reputation as one of the world's great authors, but remained an essentially private person, resisting opportunities for interviews and public appearances, although his circle of friends had widened significantly.
In 1968, White wrote The Vivisector, a character portrait of an artist. Many people drew links to his friend, the painter Sidney Nolan, but White always vehemently denied any connection. Around this time, he decided that he would not accept any more prizes for his work, and declined both the $10,000 Britannia Award and another Miles Franklin Award. White was approached by Harry M. Miller to work on a screenplay for Voss, but nothing came of it. He became an active opponent of literary censorship and joined a number of other public figures in signing a statement of defiance against Australia’s decision to participate in the Vietnam War.
In 1973, White became the first Australian to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature, "for an epic and psychological narrative art, which has introduced a new continent into literature". White enlisted Sidney Nolan to travel to Stockholm to accept the prize on his behalf. The award had an immediate impact on his career, as his publisher doubled the print run for The Eye of the Storm and gave him a larger advance for his next novel. White used the money from the prize to establish a trust to fund the Patrick White Award, given annually to established creative writers who have received little public recognition. He was invited by the House of Representatives to be seated on the floor of the House in recognition of his achievement. White declined, explaining that his nature could not easily adapt itself to such a situation. The last time such an invitation had been extended was in 1928, to Bert Hinkler.
White was also made Australian of the Year, but, in typically rebellious fashion, his acceptance speech encouraged Australians to spend the day reflecting on the state of the country. Privately, he was less than enthusiastic about it. In a letter to Marshall Best on 27 January 1974, he wrote: Something terrible happened to me last week. There is an organisation which chooses an Australian of the Year who has to appear at an official lunch in Melbourne Town Hall on Australia Day. This year I was picked on as they had run through all the swimmers, tennis players, yachtsmen etc.

The twilight years

White supported Gough Whitlam's Labor government and, following the 1975 constitutional crisis, became particularly anti-royalist, making a rare appearance on national television to broadcast his views on the matter.
During the 1970s, White’s health began to deteriorate — his teeth were crumbling, his eyesight was failing, and he had chronic lung problems. In 1979, his novel The Twyborn Affair was short-listed for the Booker Prize, but White requested that it be removed in order to give younger writers a chance to win. Soon after, White announced that he had written his last novel, and that in the future, he would write only for radio or for the stage.
In 1981, White published his autobiography, Flaws in the Glass: A Self-Portrait, which explored several issues about which he had publicly said little beforehand, such as his homosexuality, and his refusal to accept the Nobel Prize personally. On Palm Sunday, 1982, White addressed a crowd of 30,000 people, calling for a ban on uranium mining and for the destruction of nuclear weapons.
In 1986 White released one last novel, Memoirs of Many in One, though it was curiously published under the pen name " Alex Xenophon Demirjan Gray" and edited by Patrick White. In the same year, his novel Voss was turned into an opera. White refused to see it when it was first performed at the Adelaide Festival, because Queen Elizabeth II had been invited, and chose instead to see it later in Sydney. In 1987, White wrote Three Uneasy Pieces, with his musings on ageing and society's efforts to achieve aesthetic perfection. When David Marr finished his biography of White in July 1990, his subject spent nine days going over the details with him.
Patrick White died in Sydney on 30 September 1990.<<


Patrick WHITE,
born May 28, 1912 at 11:00 in London (UK), 0w10 - 51n30, 11:00 UT

Rodden's AstroDatabank rating: A

Using RIYAL 3.1

Astrological Setting (Tropical - Placidus)

RIYAL  Tue May 28 1912  UT 11h00m00s  Lat51n30  Lon0w10   SORT ALL

      Planet       Long.       Latit.     Declin.   Const.
      Mars     =  0Le04      1n28   21n35   Cnc      
      RG33     =  0Ge21     20n05   39n47   Per     
      UR163    =  0Sa33 r    0s40   20s55   Sco     
      GQ21     =  1Ca04     12s56   10n31   Ori     
      Nessus   =  1Ar28      7s55    6s41   Psc    
      Vertex   =  1Aq32                                                         
      Teharonhi=  1Sc40 r    2s37   14s31   Vir     
      Logos    =  1Ta59      2s48    9n32   Cet     
      Amycus   =  2Pi09      3n44    7s14   Aqr     
      Ascend   =  2Vi12      0n00   10n42   Leo                                 
      WN188    =  2Pi20     13s11   22s54   Aqr     
      CY118    =  2Ge54     24s59    3s48   Eri     
      SQ73     =  3Cp10 r   18s04   41s29   CrA     
      Uranus   =  3Aq18 r    0s35   20s00   Cap     
      QD112    =  3Sc31 r    9s48   21s53   Vir      
      CF119    =  3Ta38     19n29   30n55   Tri     
      RP120    =  3Sc59 r    6s19   18s47   Vir     
      VR130    =  4Vi17      1s26    8n36   Leo     
      AZ84     =  5Ar32     12n20   13n30   Peg    
      PB112    =  5Sa36 r   14s43   35s42   Lup     
      XA255    =  5Ar36     12s20    9s06   Cet     
      VS2      =  5Cp53 r    6s48   30s07   Sgr     
      Ixion    =  6Vi00     19n37   27n25   Leo    
      FY9      =  6Ge20      6s22   15n06   Tau    
      Sun      =  6Ge43      0n00   21n27   Tau      
      Cyllarus =  6Vi44     12n03   20n12   Leo     
      Varuna  =  6Pi49     14s53   22s46   Aqr     
      Elatus   =  7Ge01      1s43   19n48   Tau      
      RD215    =  7Sa17 r   16n59    4s46   Oph     
      Moon    =  7Sc18      1s28   15s20   Lib     
      BL41     =  7Vi23     11s46    2s08   Sex    
      Asbolus  =  7Vi30      7n40   15n52   Leo     
      OM67     =  7Sc35 r   22s38   35s15   Cen   
      CC22     =  7Aq53 r    9n30    9s07   Cap      
      96PW     =  8Vi48 r    8n54   16n30   Leo   
      CO104    =  9Sa20 r    3s06   24s56   Sco     
      VQ94     =  9Ar36     49s45   41s05   Phe    
      CO1      = 10Li00 r   18n41   13n12   Vir     
      XZ255    = 10Aq00 r    2s03   19s44   Cap     
      MW12     = 10Vi08      8s16    0n06   Sex    
      RL43     = 10Ca14     10s19   12n47   Gem     
      XR190    = 10Ar19     42n42   42n25   And    
      Bienor   = 10Sa27 r   21s54   43s39   Nor     
      Pylenor  = 10Sa30 r    5n28   16s38   Oph    
      Chiron   = 11Pi01      5n21    2s29   Aqr     
      Jupiter  = 11Sa02 r    0n47   21s20   Oph   
      GV9      = 11Ge19      0s49   21n20   Tau     
      GZ32     = 11Cp20 r    1n52   21s06   Sgr     
      PJ30     = 11Le29      1s52   15n33   Cnc     
      Chariklo = 11Ar33     21n24   24n09   And     
      Sedna    = 11Ar40      8s54    3s35   Cet    
      HB57     = 11Ca48     15s19    7n40   Mon     
      QB1      = 12Sa07 r    2s08   24s22   Oph   
      DA62     = 12Ta16     10n05   25n05   Ari     
      DH5      = 12Sc38 r   21n58    5n21   Ser     
      GB32     = 12Ca59     13s27    9n26   Mon    
      Typhon   = 13Pi07      0s22    6s59   Aqr     
      EL61     = 13Ca17      8s35   14n15   Gem   
      Deucalion= 13Ca21      0n17   23n04   Gem     
      Okyrhoe  = 13Li30 r    8n22    2n23   Vir      
      FZ53     = 13Cp44 r   35n23   12n28   Her     
      Huya     = 13Ge53     15s09    7n26   Ori     
      CR105    = 14Ar11     20s49   13s35   Cet     
      MS4      = 14Vi27     13s35    6s25   Sex     
      Echeclus = 14Ta30      2s50   13n29   Ari      
      UJ438    = 15Aq19 r    2n57   13s26   Aqr     
      FP185    = 15Ge37     29s53    7s03   Ori     
      CZ118    = 16Ca08     23n42   45n57   Lyn     
      Mercury  = 16Ta10      2s20   14n27   Ari      
      Pholus   = 16Sc12 r   24n46    7n06   Ser    
      OO67     = 16Sc17 r   20n12    2n41   Ser     
      RN43     = 16Li42 r    4n13    2s41   Vir     
      UX25    = 16Cp59 r   19n36    2s54   Aql    
      RM43     = 17Cp24 r   12s26   34s39   Sgr     
      RZ215    = 17Li46 r   16s29   22s08   Crv     
      KX14     = 18Ca03      0s02   22n12   Gem    
      Chaos    = 18Aq07 r   12s06   26s53   PsA     
      TL66     = 18Cp57 r   23n09    0n50   Aql     
      Orcus    = 19Ar08     18n59   24n57   And    
      Crantor  = 19Vi38     11n00   14n12   Leo     
      Thereus  = 19Ca41     19s08    3n04   CMi     
      Radamantu= 19Ar50      2n11    9n47   Psc     
      FZ173    = 19Ge54     12n19   35n21   Aur    
      SA278    = 20Aq00 r    8n17    6s57   Aqr     
      TY364    = 20Sa05 r   22n18    0s50   Oph     
      WL7      = 20Ar26      2n41   10n28   Psc     
      Quaoar  = 20Le32      5s44    9n13   Leo     
      Node     = 20Ar50 r    0n00    8n08   Psc                                 
      TX300    = 21Sc13 r   26s27   43s20   Lup     
      RR43     = 21Sa16 r    2n04   21s06   Oph     
      XX143    = 21Ge18      2s17   20n53   Tau     
      AW197    = 21Ta19     21n58   39n09   Per     
      Neptune  = 21Ca50      0s32   21n10   Gem    
      Apogee   = 22Cp26      5s08   26s39   Sgr                                 
      RZ214    = 22Sc36 r    7n15   11s24   Lib     
      CE10     = 22Cp45 r   30s34   51s29   Tel     
      Midheav  = 22Ta51      0n00   18n30   Tau                                 
      KF77     = 22Ar56      0n35    9n28   Psc     
      PA44     = 23Ge05      2s29   20n47   Tau    
      QF6      = 23Vi15 r   14n50   16n15   Com     
      PN34     = 23Ca16      1n08   22n34   Gem   
      VU2      = 23Vi28     13s57   10s12   Crt      
      OX3      = 23Li41 r    2s53   11s53   Vir     
      YQ179    = 24Ar09     20s37    9s49   Cet    
      BU48     = 24Sa13 r   10n54   12s26   Ser   
      LE31     = 25Ca06      4n59   26n02   Gem      
      Saturn   = 25Ta17      1s55   17n14   Tau     
      TC302    = 25Aq48 r   30s46   41s25   Gru     
      Venus    = 26Ta12      0s49   18n31   Tau     
      QB243    = 26Ge31      5n53   29n18   Aur     
      Ceto     = 26Pi44      2s08    3s16   Psc     
      Hylonome = 26Aq47      2n14   10s30   Cap     
      Eris     = 26Pi58     30s52   29s16   Scl    
      Pelion   = 27Aq05      2s54   15s12   Aqr    
      OP32     = 27Vi08 r    1s44    0s27   Vir    
      TO66     = 27Sc33 r   25s36   44s22   Lup     
      Pluto    = 27Ge58      6s06   17n21   Ori     
      SB60     = 28Li08 r   23s04   32s09   Cen     
      TD10     = 28Li22 r    2n32    8s31   Vir     
      GM137    = 28Sc50 r    9n36   10s32   Lib

Focused Minor Planets

Makemake      =  6 Ge 20
Sun       =  6 Ge 43
Elatus    =  7 Ge 01
PB112   =  5 Sa 36 r
RD215  =  7 Sa 17 r

Ixion     =  6 Vi 00          Grand Cross
Cyllarus =  6 Vi 44
Asbolus  = 7 Vi 30
BL41     =  7 Vi 23
Varuna =  6 Pi 49

Moon   =  7 Sc 18        Quincunx
OM67    =  7 Sc 35 r
VS2       =  5 Cp 53 r

Neptune  = 21 Ca 50   Semisquare
Node     =    20 Ar 50 r

XA255   =    5 Ar 36      Sextile

OO67     =   16 Sc 17 r
Pholus    =  16 Sc 12 r
Mercury  = 16 Ta 10
Echeclus =  14 Ta 30

UX25   =   16 Cp 59 r    Sextile    (Sexuality Issues)
RM43    =   17 Cp 24 r

CZ118   =   16 Ca 08      Trine

RN43    = 16 Li 42 r       Semisextile

FP185  =  15 Ge 37       Quincunx

Eris      =  26 Pi 58
Ceto     =  26 Pi 44
OP32   =  27 Vi 08 r

Venus   = 26 Ta 12        Sextile
Saturn  = 25 Ta 17

Pluto    =  27 Ge 58       Square
QB243  =  26 Ge 31

TO66     = 27 Sc 33 r     Trine
GM137 =  28 Sc 50 r

Hylonome = 26 Aq 47   Semisextile

SB60    =  28 Li 08 r     Quincunx
TD10    =  28 Li 22 r

Logos     =   1 Ta 59
Teharonhi = 1 Sc 40 r

Mars     =     0 Le 04     Grand Cross
Vertex   =     1 Aq 32

GQ21    =    1 Ca 04     Sextile

Ascend =    2 Vi 12      Trine

Nessus  =   1 Ar 28      Semisextile

GV9       =  11 Ge 19
Jupiter  =  11 Sa 02 r
QB1       =  12 Sa 07 r
Pylenor  =  10 Sa 30 r
Bienor   =  10 Sa 27 r

Sedna    =  11 Ar 40     Sextile
Chariklo =  11 Ar 33
XR190   =  10 Ar 19

Chiron    =  11 Pi 01     Square

HB57     =  11 Ca 48    Semisextile

CO1       = 10 Li 00 r    Trine

CF119    =  3 Ta 38

Uranus  =  3 Aq 18 r    Square

CY118    =  2 Ge 54      Semisextile

SQ73     =  3 Cp 10 r    Trine

AW197    =  21 Ta 19
Midheav  =  22 Ta 51
TX300     =  21 Sc 13 r
RZ214     =  22 Sc 36 r

Quaoar  =  20 Le 32     Grand Cross
SA278    =  20 Aq 00 r
Neptune  = 21 Ca 50    Sextile

RR43      =  21 Sa 16 r   Quincunx
TY364     = 20 Sa 05 r

XX143    = 21 Ge 18      Semisextile
Node      =  20 Ar 50 r
WL7        = 20 Ar 26

Apogee  = 22 Cp 26      Trine

Astrological Setting (Sidereal - Fagan/Bradley)

RIYAL  Tue May 28 1912  UT 11h00m00s  Lat51n30  Lon0w10   SORT ALL

      Planet        Longit.
      OX3      =  0Li10 r    
      YQ179    =  0Ar38     
      BU48     =  0Sa42 r   
      LE31     =  1Ca35     
      Saturn   =  1Ta47            
      TC302    =  2Aq17 r  
      Venus    =  2Ta41          
      QB243    =  3Ge01     
      Ceto     =  3Pi13     
      Hylonome =  3Aq16     
      Eris     =  3Pi27     
      Pelion   =  3Aq35      
      OP32     =  3Vi37 r    
      TO66     =  4Sc02 r   
      Pluto    =  4Ge27     
      SB60     =  4Li37 r   
      TD10     =  4Li51 r   
      GM137    =  5Sc19 r  
      Mars     =  6Ca33      
      RG33     =  6Ta50     
      UR163    =  7Sc02 r   
      GQ21     =  7Ge33    
      Nessus   =  7Pi57      
      Vertex   =  8Cp02                                                         
      Teharonhi=  8Li09 r    
      Logos    =  8Ar28      
      Amycus   =  8Aq38      
      Ascend   =  8Le41                                   
      WN188    =  8Aq49    
      CY118    =  9Ta23     
      SQ73     =  9Sa39 r   
      Uranus   =  9Cp47 r       
      QD112    = 10Li00 r    
      CF119    = 10Ar07     
      RP120    = 10Li28 r    
      VR130    = 10Le46     
      AZ84     = 12Pi01     
      PB112    = 12Sc05 r   
      XA255    = 12Pi05     
      VS2      = 12Sa22 r  
      Ixion    = 12Le29     
      FY9     = 12Ta49      
      Sun      = 13Ta12           
      Cyllarus = 13Le13    
      Varuna   = 13Aq18     
      Elatus   = 13Ta30     
      RD215    = 13Sc46 r   
      Moon     = 13Li47      
      BL41     = 13Le52    
      Asbolus  = 13Le59      
      OM67     = 14Li04 r  
      CC22     = 14Cp22 r   
      96PW     = 15Le17 r    
      CO104    = 15Sc49 r   
      VQ94     = 16Pi05     
      CO1      = 16Vi29 r   
      XZ255    = 16Cp29 r    
      MW12     = 16Le37    
      RL43     = 16Ge43     
      XR190    = 16Pi48     
      Bienor   = 16Sc56 r   
      Pylenor  = 16Sc59 r   
      Chiron   = 17Aq30     
      Jupiter  = 17Sc31 r    
      GV9     = 17Ta48      
      GZ32     = 17Sa49 r    
      PJ30     = 17Ca58     
      Chariklo = 18Pi02     
      Sedna    = 18Pi09    
      HB57     = 18Ge17     
      QB1      = 18Sc36 r  
      DA62     = 18Ar45     
      DH5      = 19Li07 r   
      GB32     = 19Ge28     
      Typhon   = 19Aq36     
      EL61     = 19Ge46      
      Deucalion= 19Ge50      
      Okyrhoe  = 19Vi59 r   
      FZ53     = 20Sa13 r  
      Huya     = 20Ta22     
      CR105    = 20Pi41    
      MS4      = 20Le56     
      Echeclus = 20Ar59      
      UJ438    = 21Cp48 r   
      FP185    = 22Ta06     
      CZ118    = 22Ge38     
      Mercury  = 22Ar39     
      Pholus   = 22Li41 r   
      OO67     = 22Li46 r   
      RN43     = 23Vi11 r    
      UX25     = 23Sa28 r   
      RM43     = 23Sa53 r   
      RZ215    = 24Vi15 r   
      KX14     = 24Ge32      
      Chaos    = 24Cp36 r   
      TL66     = 25Sa27 r  
      Orcus    = 25Pi37     
      Crantor  = 26Le08    
      Thereus  = 26Ge10     
      Radamantu= 26Pi20     
      FZ173    = 26Ta24     
      SA278   = 26Cp29 r   
      TY364    = 26Sc35 r   
      WL7      = 26Pi55      
      Quaoar   = 27Ca02     
      Node     = 27Pi19 r                         
      TX300    = 27Li42 r   
      RR43     = 27Sc45 r    
      XX143    = 27Ta47     
      AW197    = 27Ar48     
      Neptune  = 28Ge19       
      Apogee   = 28Sa55                    
      RZ214    = 29Li05 r   
      CE10     = 29Sa14 r   
      Midheav  = 29Ar20    
      KF77     = 29Pi25     
      PA44     = 29Ta34   
      QF6      = 29Le44 r   
      PN34     = 29Ge45      
      VU2      = 29Le57

Focused Minor Planets

FY9       =   12 Ta 49
Sun      =   13 Ta 12
Elatus   =   13 Ta 30
PB112  =   12 Sc 05 r
RD215 =   13 Sc 46 r

Ixion    =    12 Le 29       Grand Cross
Cyllarus =   13 Le 13
Asbolus  =  13 Le 59
BL41     =   13 Le 52
Varuna =   13 Aq 18

Moon   =   13 Li 47       Quincunx
OM67    =  14 Li 04 r
VS2       =  12 Sa 22 r

Neptune  = 28 Ge 19   Semisquare
Node     =     27 Pi 19 r

XA255   =   12 Pi 05     Sextile

OO67     =   22 Li 46 r
Pholus    =   22 Li 41 r
Mercury  = 22 Ar 39
Echeclus =  20 Ar 59

UX25    =   23 Sa 28 r   Sextile
RM43     =   23 Sa 53 r

CZ118    =  22 Ge 38     Trine

RN43     =  23 Vi 11 r    Semisextile

FP185    =  22 Ta 06      Quincunx

Eris       =    3 Pi 27
Ceto      =    3 Pi 13
OP32    =    3 Vi 37 r

Venus   =    2 Ta 41       Sextile
Saturn  =    1 Ta 47

Pluto     =   4 Ge 27      Square
QB243   =   3 Ge 01

TO66     =   4 Sc 02 r     Trine
GM137  =   5 Sc 19 r

Hylonome = 3 Aq 16     Semisextile

SB60      =   4 Li 37 r     Quincunx
TD10      =   4 Li 51 r

Logos     =   8 Ar 28
Teharonhi = 8 Li 09 r

Mars      =    6 Ca 33     Grand Cross
Vertex    =    8 Cp 02

GQ21     =   7 Ge 33      Sextile

Ascend   =  8 Le 41      Trine

Nessus   =  7 Pi 57       Semisextile

GV9       =  17 Ta 48
Jupiter  =  17 Sc 31 r
QB1       =  18 Sc 36 r
Pylenor  =  16 Sc 59 r
Bienor   =   16 Sc 56 r

Sedna    =  18 Pi 09      Sextile
Chariklo =  18 Pi 02
XR190   =  16 Pi 48

Chiron    =  17 Aq 30    Square

HB57     =  18 Ge 17    Semisextile

CO1       = 16 Vi 29 r    Trine
XZ255   =  16 Cp 29 r

CF119    =  10 Ar 07

Uranus   =   9 Cp 47 r   Square

CY118    =    9 Ta 23       Semisextile

SQ73     =     9 Sa 39 r   Trine

AW197    =   27 Ar 48
Midheav  =   29 Ar 20
TX300     =   27 Li 42 r
RZ214     =   29 Li 05 r

Quaoar  =  27 Ca 02      Grand Cross
SA278    =   26 Cp 29 r

Neptune  =  28 Ge 19    Sextile

RR43      =   27 Sc 45 r   Quincunx
TY364    =    26 Sc 35 r

XX143    =   27 Ta 47      Semisextile
Node       =   27 Pi 19 r
WL7        =   26 Pi 55

Apogee  =   28 Sa 55     Trine

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about Makemake, the attention may be focused on the following:

- Vivisector
- Austere and forbidding
- Quick to anger, never forgiving
- Delight in creating a combative atmosphere

 Posted to Centaurs (YahooGroups) on February 18, 2009