2309 Mr SpockMay 13, 2011
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How could I not check this out. Mr Spock-in-Aquarius, Seventh House conjuct Mercury, Kozminsky Symbol:
28º Aquarius: A spire on top of a pyramid, at the base of which is a horse with a manuscript in his mouth.
Denotes one born for great deeds, aspiring and energetic. His work will travel far and will be of a strong and reformative character, which will meet with the usual opposition afforded to such works amongst a certain caste. He must never stay. Ever with the symbol before his eyes must he continue his way, for victory is sure. It is a symbol of Reformation.
Asteroid 2309, Mr. Spock, was discovered on August 16, 1971 by James B. Gibson at El Leoncito Observatory near Barreal, San Juan, Argentina. Mr. Spock has a period of 5 years, 84 days and is slightly less than 16 miles in diameter.
It was named for a ginger-colored male tabby cat kept by Gibson. He picked out him and his fiancée at a cat show in California and accompanied them around the world. Named for the ginger short-haired tabby cat who selected the discoverer and his soon-to-be wife at a cat show in California and accompanied them to Connecticut, South Africa and Argentina. Mr. Spock was named after Leonard Nimoy’s Star Trek character; like the half-human, half-extraterrestrial Enterprise exec and science officer Nimoy played, Mr. Spock was said to also be “imperturbable, logical and intelligent,” as well as having pointed ears. (M 10042)
Astrologically, asteroid Mr. Spock seems to have to do with devotion to logic or the scientific method, precision, alienation, emotional repression or gaucheness, not fitting in, being multiracial..
Carl Sagan (born November 9, 1934, in New York), an astronomer and science popularizer who decried what he saw as increasing irrationality in society, had Mr. Spock semisextile Damocles (experience of groupthink, perception of crisis), semisquare Vesta (dedication), quintile Jupiter (philosophy, publishing), tredecile Pallas (conceptualization) and contraparallel Chiron (lessons taught or learned).
Stephen Hawking has Mr. Spock trine Damocles (crisis, perception of crisis, experience of groupthink) and Phaethon (a phenomenon), opposite Lilith (something one has to resign oneself to) and contraparallel Juno (public persona). [Sourced from Mark Andrew Holmes]
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