The cyclic relationship between the Sun and Moon — and between any two astrological planets — is constantly changing, never static. All cycles of planetary relationship begin and end with the conjunction aspect, an angular relationship of zero degrees. A cycle is not a circuit of empty and meaningless "eternal return," but a spiralic process of evolutionary growth, so two successive conjunctions never occur at the same place.
      The Lunation Cycle has two fundamental half-cycles or hemicycles. The character of the first or waxing hemicycle, from New Moon (conjunction to Full Moon (opposition), is of decidedly different character than the waning hemicycle extending from the Full Moon to the next New Moon. . . .

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