The 5 variants of the 'Multiple Directions'
Which "Multiple directions" are there?
How are these named and calculated?
So far there are 5 practiced variants of the 'Mutis' that
MULTI 1 (m1), MULTI 2 (m2) and MULTI 3 (m3) , as well as
MULTI ZERO EAST (m0E) and MULTI ZERO WEST (m0W).
multiplies the natal position of each individual star by the age of the event and adds the result to the respective star.
also multiplies the natal position of each individual star by the age of the event and adds all results to one star, i.e. H. to a natal position, e.g. B. only on the sun, the AC or the MC or on the ruler of a house top.
MULTI ZERO EAST
also multiplies the radix position of the stars with the age of the event and adds the results to the zero points of the dominated signs of SA = AQU, JU = PIS, MA = ARI, VE = TAU, ME = GEM, while at
MULTI ZERO WEST
Finally, the results are added to the mastered zero points of the remaining other characters, such as ME = VIR, VE = LIB, MA = SCO, JU = SAG and SA = CAP.
Results are the multiplication of the distance from 0 ° Aries to the respective star with the age of the event. They are also added to the respective star. Multi 2 has a special position compared to the variants mentioned above, because it may be multiplied with very large distances and thus large annual progress. There is an advantage in particular for precise birth time corrections.
This is calculated by dividing 1 by the days of an earth orbit around the sun = 365.242 days and multiplying the result of 0.0027379 (1: 365.242) by the days of difference in the trunk year. Add the full age years and get the event age.
Leap days are not taken into account, as these are integrated with a value of 365.242 days / year.