Accidental

Science / Astrology / Accidental: Ascendant From Evangeline Adams' horary technique in which an Ascendant is determined according to the time and date of the questions, and the querent's natal horoscope is rotated according to this new or accidental Ascendant in order to make horary deductions from the natal chart.

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Accidental Adjective Synonyms: chance, fortuitous, lucky, unlucky, serendipitous, undesigned, unpremeditated, uncalculated, unintended, unintentional, unwitting, inadvertent, unexpected, unplanned, unforeseen, unanticipated, adventitious, casual, random
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Accidental Dignity

Science / Astrology / Accidental Dignity: A planet that occupies its house of natural rulership or falls within 5° of an angle is said to be accidentally dignified. The term is also applied to planets in angular houses and to the most elevat MORE

Travesty

Entertainment / Literature / Travesty: Debasement of a serious subject or serious literary work either accidentally or through intentional satire--especially through treating a dignified topic in a silly or inappropriate manner. For instan MORE

Irony

Entertainment / Literature / Irony: Cicero referred to irony as 'saying one thing and meaning another.' Irony comes in many forms. Verbal irony (also called sarcasm) is a trope in which a speaker makes a statement in which its actual me MORE

Guarded Motor

Technology / Motors / Guarded Motor: An open motor in which all openings giving direct access to live or rotating parts (except smooth shafts) are limited in size by the design of the structural parts or by screens, grills, expanded meta MORE

Historia

Entertainment / Literature / Historia: (pluralhistoriae): This Latin word gives us the modern word history, but the connection between the two terms is tenuous. Most modern readers think of a history or a historical treatise as a scholar's MORE

Boethian

Entertainment / Literature / Boethian: Having to do with the philosophy of Boethius, i.e., a philosophy of predestination suggesting all events appearing evil, misfortunate, disastrous, or accidental are none of these things. Rather, such MORE

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