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Post by Moses on Quintiles
Moses Siregar III 2000
A quintile is
a 72 degree aspect. It's based on '5.' If
you divide 360 by 5 you get 72. '5' resonates
with Mercury more than any planet; it's creative
and magical. Any time you have a quintile, those
two planets combine to form some very powerful magic
and gifts. They are more interesting and unique than
trines and sextiles, though also somewhat more subtle.
If you want to find someone's gifts in
a chart, don't forget the quintiles. They are
Let's hear it for quintiles!
I now use
an orb more like 5 degrees for quintiles after doing
some research on this, and finding it to be true.
As usual, though, the closer the aspect the more
significant it is. A quintile around 5 degrees wide
is still real to me, but not as powerful as a quintile
within 1-2 degrees of orb.
Also, could you elaborate a bit on the article you
wrote re: special 72 degree aspect (quintile?)
I find quintiles to be extraordinarily important, and to work very
well up to about 5 degrees of orb. I think if you don't look
for quintiles, you're leaving out one of the most positive
indicators in a chart for someone's greatest gifts or blessings,
and, of course, we need all the blessings that we can get. So,
for the sake of being a positive-minded astrology-student or practitioner,
I think it's imperative to spot the quintiles. I'd say
treat quintiles like a trine, only more unique and special to the
person. Quintile people, in general, are very creative and/or very
mentally brilliant, whereas trine people, in general, are more
laid-back and able to play and enjoy R & R. The negative of
the quintile is being overly mental or active, while the negative
of the trine is in being lazy or undisciplined or ungrounded. Since
the quintile is based on '5' it makes sense to me that
it should be given a wide orb. It's the most primary numerological
aspect after the conjunction (1), opposition (2), trine (3), and