Do I "round-up" when studying degrees?

April 24, 2022 at 17:14 (UT/GMT)
(Virgo) kosmic.kitten
Do I "round-up" when studying degrees?
Hello :76:

I´m currently reading "360 Degrees of your Star Destiny" by Ellias Lonsdale. In his book he mentions that you must round up when calculating the degree of a planet. For example, my Sun is at 29°38 Virgo. So he is saying I would round it to 30° Virgo and read that meaning. My Mars is at 10°38 Scorpio so I would round it up to 11° Scorpio. Pretty much, he says to ALWAYS round up before checking for definition.

I´m curious if this is what most astrologers do, as I have never heard of this rounding up concept before. What are your thoughts and do you follow this method? :43:

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April 24, 2022 at 18:28
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I think if you’re reading something that applies to a specific degree then you should just round to the nearest whole.
April 24, 2022 at 20:36
(Scorpio) Graham
360 degrees of star destiny will give them as Aries1 to Aries30, etc.

The zodiac gives them as Aries0 to Aries29

So, you have to round up the zodiac placement to get the correct star destiny placement

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