User talk:Cleph

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I'm not sure if it should be commented out[edit]

Rising signs are a thing (they're so important in astrology that they have their own name called the ascendant which is how they're usually mentioned) and googling "rising decan" in quotation marks brings up this. Sun uh, decans (I've only heard of Sun signs) aren't that important in modern astrology anyway so rising decans would have to be more obscure. Maybe less obscure than uh, Sun degrees and rising degrees and planet/asteroid decans though. It seems like astrologers cared more about subdivisions of signs centuries ago than now. They had names and ruling planets for all 360 degrees like the "destructive degree". Sagittarian Milky Way (talk) 09:37, 30 October 2017 (UTC)