Here are some of the details about the Asteroid Hopi Discovery chart…
Hopi’s “natal” Grand Sextile is within four Degrees of Sensitivity or Orb, and doesn’t rely on anything newer than Pallas. It spans 20-24 Degrees of the Dynamic Signs (Fire and Air). The six Rays are Sun in Gemini (with Venus at 25 Degrees), North Node-Makemake-Asbolus in Leo (with Juno at 17 Degrees), Pluto in Libra, Neptune in Sagittarius, South Node and 2007 OR10 in Aquarius, and Pallas in Aries.
The Grand Cross is in 17-24 of the Fixed Signs: Juno-North Node in Leo, Uranus in Scorpio, South Node-OR10 in Aquarius, and Chiron in Taurus.
A Cardinal T-Square in 19-22 Degrees focuses on Moon-Mercury in Cancer, across the Opposition between Pluto in Libra and Pallas in Aries. We can make it into a Grand Cross by adding the asteroid Amor at 23 Capricorn.
A Mutable T-Square in 21-24 Degrees focuses on Saturn in Virgo (joined by Mars and Haumea at 17 Degrees), across the Opposition between Sun-Venus in Gemini and Neptune in Sagittarius. We can make this T-Square into a second Grand Cross by adding the asteroid Niobe at 20 Pisces.
More to follow.