I will start taking orders for the 2015 calendars on Labor Day (first weekend in September), 2014. They are expected in November, when we will charge cards and ship. See you then -
For each day of the month:
In the upper right corner: The moon's entry into signs & void of course.
Lower right: The aspects (including eclipses & occultations).
Upper left: The date, or the lunar phase/eclipse.
Lower left: Famous birthdays.
The top half of the calendar has the month's art, the month's ephemeris (calculated for noon GMT), planting days, visibility of planets & keywords for the zodiacal sign of the month.
Before the monthly pages:
Then follows the monthly pages, January through December.
- Inside front cover: Planetary motions for the year, including all retrogrades, and the legend of planets, signs, aspects, apparent motion & the various lunar symbols.
- First page: Introduction, notes on the art, table of contents.
- Pgs 2-3: Notes on the signs of the zodiac.
- Pgs 4-5: Moon through the signs, the lunar cycle.
- Pgs 6-7: Notes on the planets.
- Pgs 8-9: Notes on aspects, lunar aspects to the other planets.
- Pg 10: Using the calendar.
- Pg 11: Moon void of course explained, Time zone corrections.
After the monthly pages:
- Pg. 36: Planting by the Moon
- Pg. 37: Monthly calendars for January, February, March & April 2015. These are 1/4th the regular size, ie, 4 months to a page, and are otherwise identical to the interior illustration, above.
- Pg. 38 - 39: Phenomena, including eclipses (solar & lunar), planets in morning & evening twilight, tables of sunrise/sunset, meteor showers, moon's perigee & apogee, occultations of planets & asteroids by the moon, planetary ingresses, phases of the moon, the Chinese year of the Horse.
- Pgs 40 - 45: Monthly ephemerides for 2014 in detail: Daily positions of Sun & Moon to nearest second of arc, other planets to nearest minute; declinations, true node & sidereal times. Eris is now given monthly.
- Pg. 46: Notes on the four major asteroids (Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta), and Chiron.
- Pg. 47: Asteroid ephemeris for 2014, given every 5 days. Includes Chiron.
- Pgs 48 - 49 (inside back cover): Advertising.
Size (open): 12 inches horizontal, 18 inches vertical, or 30.5 cm horizontal, 46 cm vertical.
Published by Quicksilver Productions, printed in China.
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Tel: 410-638-7761; Toll-free (orders only): 800-475-2272