The inconjunct, which is also called the quincunx, is commonly referred to as a minor aspect. However, Frances Sakoian and Louis Acker present information in support of their viewpoint that the incojunct is a not so minor; aspect. Associated with Mercury and the sixth house, and Mars, Pluto, and the eighth house, the inconjunct acts as a lens or focusing device between the spiritual will and the desire principle. Difficult situations are often a direct product of undisciplined thinking, which is the essence of the inconjunct. Undisciplined thoughts lead to situations in which people see themselves as victims of conditions over which they have no control. Disciplined thoughts, however, lead to positive manifestation. In this book, the authors delineate the natal and transiting aspects of the inconjunct, with a chapter devoted to each planet. Also included is introductory material about the meanings of the natal and transiting inconjunct.
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February 27, 2012
American Federation of Astrologers