I have two questions concerning aversions.
In another post, Mr. Schmidt alluded to the fact that in the case of Planets in Images, it is not a problem if the dispositor of the Image is not able to see its image and the planet there. The planet residing there is still able to use the attributes at its disposal.
That was very helpful because it cleared up some of the confusion I have regarding aversions (but not all). My previous understanding was that whenever there is an aversion, something is amiss, as if the planet in the Image is somehow malfunctioning or something like that.
So my first question is: what do aversions do actually? Can we differentiate their effects to several different investigations of a given chart? If so, how?
This seems to refer to an issue that has puzzled me quite a while now.
In Hellenistic astrology there seems to be a sort of ‘compartmentalization’, for lack of a better word, of the several doctrines. When used and applied to one issue, it cannot be used in the (exact) same manner when applying it in another context. Like in the case of aversions.
Is this true?
I know for instance that when using Zodiacal releasing, aversions have the nature of a discontinuation in the time description in the order of the follow up of the Images. This is of course something entirely different than delineating an aversion in – say – the topical analysis.
If so, what differentiations are known at this moment concerning this?