Planets Out of Bounds

Wenqing _Yan
Image by Wenqing Yan

Planets out of bounds have a declination greater than 23 degrees 27’. It means “outside of the boundary of the ecliptic”, or the path of the earth’s orbit around the sun. Because of the tilt of the earth’s axis, the sun appears to stay within 23 degrees 27’ north of the equator and 23 degrees 27’ south of the equator. Anything “outside” of that is considered “Out-of-bounds”.

These planets out of bounds act in more EXTREME ways. They are on the edge—beyond the boundary because their energy is excessive and zealous in nature. It is really “out there”.

Out of Bounds in the Natal Chart

Kim's OOB Natal Planets


Above are my OOB major planets. You can see Mercury, Venus and Mars are all OOB with Mercury and Venus Parallel of declination (almost exact) and Mercury and Mars Contra-Parallel of declination. Read more about declinations here, but know, the connections LINK them together in their ‘out-there-ness’. Right away, think unconventional thoughts. It can be artistic, but can it be trained? Not easily, at least, not in the classical sense. Not inside the bounds.
Do you have a natal planet OOB? Let’s discuss start a post on the forum.

Out of Bounds by Transit

When an OOB planet transits a sensitive point in your chart, you can be sure it will wake up in wild and zany ways. Check your natal chart to see where these degrees fall. Any planets there? If so, you want to pre-pave the best ever expansion you can imagine.

Upcoming Planets Out of Bounds

Mercury OOB 2018

Enters 2 Nov 2018 5:47:35 pm (EDT +4:00) @ 3 Sagittarius
Leaves 20 Nov 2018 3:48:40 pm (EST +5:00) @ 12 Sagittarius

Mercury_OOBVenus OOB

Enters 5 May 2018 1:11:19 pm (EDT +4:00)
Leaves 7 Jun 2018 5:08:15 pm (EDT +4:00)

Mars OOB 

Enters 20 Apr 2019 4:58:53 pm (EDT +4:00)
Leaves 12 Jun 2019 5:45:52 am (EDT +4:00)

Thoughts on this?

Feel free to start a post on the forum, or ask questions here.


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