From: Kenneth Whistler (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 26 2004 - 19:44:24 EST
> Perhaps Pluto will no longer need encoding as a sign, as I gather its
> status as a planet is now doubtful. See
Au contraire, astrologists are busy debating the astrological
significance of Quaoar and Sedna:
Not only is Pluto still important (and needing its sign for the
charts), but its moon Chiron "rules biotechnology".
"For astrologers this signifies that the transpersonal planets
of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto now have a sibling transpersonal
planet whose profound depths we can only begin to imagine.
Quaoar...will reshape the way we think about ourselves, our spiritual
evolution, and our place in The Universe."
Hey, the more planets the merrier. These long period planets out
beyond Pluto let the astrologers vamp on the rhythms of deep
So the *real* problem for Unicode is who is inventing the
astrological signs for Quaoar and Sedna and when will the
character encoding proposal for them be showing up on our
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