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Consequently, Chiron is of Saturn's nature and at the same time is influenced by Uranus, the first slow-moving planet. Astrologically, it symbolizes wisdom, patience and the faculty to reduce others' sufferings: it is said to be the "great healer" of the zodiac. Like all the secondary bodies, it must be in close conjunction with planets or angles in order to fully express its action.

Ceres , the biggest of the four minor asteroids used besides Chiron, is associated with the mythological goddess of growing plants and harvest and also symbolizes physical constitution, vitality and fertility. She's also known as Demeter, according to the astrologer Zipporah Dobyns, linked to the symbolism of the mother but in a less emotive and more physical way than the Moon. Ceres is thought to be the ruler of Virgo, in exaltation in Gemini, in exile in Pisces and in fall in Sagittarius.

Keywords associated with Ceres could be order, practical sense, worry, precision, modesty, method, sobriety, motherhood, fertility, the Earth: a kind of a more cerebral Moon Pallas is sometimes used in modern Astrology: she represents intelligence, abstract and global thinking talents. It is usually considered to be a determining element in political strategy. Juno is the asteroid corresponding to the adaptation to the marital partner and to the defence of individual rights; it is thus used in the field of marriage.

Vesta is rarely used and brings the ability to efficiently devote oneself to a cause. The North Node True Node here represents the goals that must be achieved during life, in the karmic sense according to some traditions. Its position in house indicates in what field an effort is necessary in order to evolve. The North Node is often called the Dragon's head, it is usually considered beneficial, a bit like Jupiter with the planets.

The Lunar nodes are fictional points and not actual heavenly bodies: they are the intersections of the Moon with the Ecliptic the path made by the Sun in its orbit as seen from the Earth.

The axis of the Lunar nodes moves 19 degrees each year, namely a bit more than three minutes each day. The South Node is diametrically opposed to the North Node, therefore it faces it it's not drawn here, it's the same symbol but upside down. It symbolizes what has already been achieved or acquired, in a karmic sense: it's the past from which it's advised to move on in order to progress.

The South Node is rather negative, of a Saturnian nature: the experience through suffering. Lilith or the Dark Moon True Lilith here represents the uncrossable threshold, taboos, the individual's provocative and fascinating side, including on a sexual level. She symbolizes violence and "untameability", the radical and deep-seated refusal to submit. The keywords for Lilith can be sterility, sadism, perversity, castration, sadomasochism, eroticism, orgasm, forbidden fantasies, marginality, cruelty; redemption, illumination, rebelliousness Lilith's opposite point is called Priapus; it is the Lunar perigee, the position where the Moon is closest to the Earth.

It symbolizes man's primitive nature, the horror hidden in our deepest self; masochism, extreme sensuality, impulsiveness, irrationality and excess. Physically speaking, the Dark Moon is the focal point unoccupied by the Earth: it is not a concrete body but a mathematical point.

Methodical, affable, and obliging character. Nevertheless, excessive kindness may lead to trust unworthy people and thus, to miss good opportunities. One is urged to identify past mistakes, learn from them, and start afresh on more suitable bases. Otherwise, life is bound to be precarious and fraught with ordeals and hardships. The Part of Fortune is an ancient concept, used by Ptolemy and other astrologers before him.

Firstly, it has nothing to do with fortune! In modern astrology, it is actually used to enhance a planet or angle when in close conjunction with it: it thus amplifies the meaning associated to the point affected by its presence. It is calculated in the following way:. For more information, see the page dedicated to the Arabian parts. The First House or Ascendant represents one's behaviour in the eyes of others, and also one's health. It corresponds to the way the individual acts in the world.

It is the image of the personality seen by others and the person's visible behaviour expressed outwardly. The 1st House is in analogy with Aries and thus Mars too, and then the Sun. It is an angular house, the most important one with the Midheaven, maybe even more so due to its link with the body and health.

The Tenth House still called the Midheaven , is the highest point amidst the houses, at the top of the chart, in the South, and relates to destiny in general and career and not daily work as meant by the Sixth House. The Midheaven represents our achievements and goals in the social sphere, our social position in society, and becomes more and more important as we get older. It is in analogy with Capricorn and Saturn. The Tenth House is the most important angular house along with the Ascendant.

The First House or Ascendant represents one's behaviour in the eyes of others and also one's health. It is the image of the personality as seen by others and the person's visible behaviour expressed outwardly. The 1st House is in analogy with Aries and thus Mars too and then the Sun.

It is an angular house, the most important one with the Midheaven, maybe even more so due to its link with the body and health; the Ascendant is as important as the Sun in a natal chart.

The Second House is the sphere of material security, the money we earn, our possessions, also in a symbolic meaning close people etc. It is in analogy with Taurus and Venus. It is a succedent house, quite important.

The Third House is the sphere of social and intellectual apprenticeship, studies, relationships with close people and surroundings, short trips, light-hearted and quick contacts, correspondences. It is in analogy with Gemini and Mercury. It's a cadent house, less important than the angular and succedent ones. The Fourth House also called Immum Coeli is the sphere of inner emotions, family, the father, home and roots, but also the home one creates.

It's Home Sweet Home, security and cocoon. It is in analogy with Cancer and the Moon. It's an angular and important house. The Fifth House is the sphere of pleasures and love affairs but not commitment or marriage , creations and entertainments, children, arts and game.

It is in analogy with Leo and the Sun. It's a succedent and quite important house. The Sixth House is the sphere of apprenticeship and effort in the work environment, daily life, health on a daily basis and not operations or long-term diseases, relationships with co-workers or subordinates, desire for improvement, analysis and detail. It is in analogy with Virgo and Mercury.

It is a cadent house, less important than the angular and succedent ones. The Seventh House also called the Descendant in front of the Ascendant is the sphere of partnership, marriage, contracts, relationships with others, the outer world. It is in analogy with Libra and Venus, and Saturn to a lesser extent. It is an angular and important house. The Eighth House is the sphere of emotional security, the depths of the self, secrets and paranormal, transcendence, sexuality, mysteries, upheavals, surgical operations, others' money investments, inheritances , crises, transformation after evolution, death.

It is in analogy with Scorpio and Pluto, and Mars to a lesser extent. It is a succedent and quite important house. The Ninth House is the sphere of high studies, both physical and mental journeys philosophy, spirituality , rebelliousness, changes of scenery, desire for dealing with the unknown.

It is in analogy with Sagittarius and Jupiter. The Eleventh House is the sphere of friendship and protection, projects, search for social acceptance and security, collective and humanitarian actions.

It is in analogy with Aquarius and Uranus, and Saturn to a lesser extent. The Twelfth House is the sphere of hidden things, enemies, closed or remote places hospital, prison, convent etc. It is in analogy with Pisces and Neptune.

The Vertex , sometimes called counter-Ascendant, is a fictitious point which is at the intersection of two great circles, the Ecliptic and the great vertical circle Prime Vertical in the West of the birthplace, linking the East, the Zenith, the West, and the Nadir.

It is always located in the West of the chart around the Descendant. It is the chart's fifth angle, so to speak, less important than the other angles. Its interpretation is controversial, because certain astrologers pay no attention to it. The Vertex is sometimes considered to be the second Descendant because, like the latter, it is related to communication and exchanges.

It has to do with associations and fated encounters, those that are not chosen, and reveals the type of sensitivity and reactivity we have in our dealings with other people: a refined and tolerant way in Libra, straightforward and spontaneous in Aries, etc. The East Point is a fictitious point at the intersection of two great circles, the Ecliptic and the great vertical circle Prime Vertical in the East of the birthplace, linking the East, the Zenith, the West, and the Nadir.

It is always located in the East of the chart, around the Ascendant. The East Point is sometimes considered to be a second Ascendant, less important, but also related to how one is seen by other people, and to how one expresses one's personality. Cupido is a hypothetical trans-Neptunian planet, the existence of which is not proven.

On the upside, Cupido is related to socialisation, the arts, and marital life. On the downside, it indicates vanity, addiction to pleasures, and being strongly influenced by groups of people. Hades is a hypothetical trans-Neptunian planet, the existence of which is not proven. Hades corresponds to intellectual rigour, service rendered to people, the purpose of being useful. On the downside; it leads to carelessness, indifference, apathy, and mess. Zeus is a hypothetical trans-Neptunian planet, the existence of which is not proven.

Zeus is related to creativity, as well as to organisational and leadership capacities. On the downside, it may lead to aggressiveness and to excessive militancy. Kronos is a hypothetical trans-Neptunian planet, the existence of which is not proven.

Kronos is related to authority and cleverness. In tough aspect, it may make the person conceited, presumptuous, or elitist. Apollon is a hypothetical trans-Neptunian planet, the existence of which is not proven. Apollon is related to the ability to synthesise, as well as to broad-mindedness, and fame.

In difficult aspect, it may bring about superficiality or extravagance. Admetos is a hypothetical trans-Neptunian planet, the existence of which is not proven. Admetos is related to the deepness of the mind, asceticism, simplicity, and analytical mind.

In tough aspect, it may make the person nit-picking, inflexible, and narrow-minded. Vulcanus is a hypothetical trans-Neptunian planet, the existence of which is not proven. Vulcanus, sometimes said to be the higher octave of Saturn, provides strength to improve collective relations, to structure things, to be efficient, and to get straight to the point.

On the downside, he may bring about arrogance and scattered efforts. Poseidon is a hypothetical trans-Neptunian planet, the existence of which is not proven.

Poseidon brings about wisdom, a clear mind, and sometimes spirituality. On the downside, it may make the person dogmatic, manipulative, or out of touch with reality. Proserpina , sometimes referred to as Persephone, is a trans-Plutonian hypothetical planet. Proserpina is related to mysteries, revival and reconstruction, as well as cycles. She enriches the unconscious, and gives the possibility to combine modern life with spirituality, the East with the West, and mysticism with concrete life.

He was born in Cheraw, South Carolina, the youngest of nine children. Dizzy's father was a local bandleader, so instruments were made available to Dizzy. He started to play the piano at the age of 4. Together with Charlie Parker, he was a major figure in the development of bebop and modern jazz. In addition to featuring in these epochal moments in bebop, he was instrumental in founding Afro-Cuban jazz, the modern jazz version of what early-jazz pioneer Jelly Roll Morton referred to as the "Spanish Tinge".

Disclaimer : these short excerpts of astrological charts are computer processed. They are, by no means, of a personal nature. This principle is valid for the 58, celebrities included in our database. These texts provide the meanings of planets, or combination of planets, in signs and in houses, as well as the interpretations of planetary dominants in line with modern Western astrology rules.

Moreover, since Astrotheme is not a polemic website, no negative aspect which may damage the good reputation of a celebrity is posted here, unlike in the comprehensive astrological portrait.

Here are some character traits from Dizzy Gillespie's birth chart. In a matter of minutes, you can get at your email address your astrological portrait approximately 32 pages , a much more comprehensive report than this portrait of Dizzy Gillespie. When interpreting a natal chart, the best method is to start gradually from general features to specific ones.

Thus, there is usually a plan to be followed, from the overall analysis of the chart and its structure, to the description of its different character traits.

In the first part, an overall analysis of the chart enables us to figure out the personality's main features and to emphasize several points that are confirmed or not in the detailed analysis: in any case, those general traits are taken into account.

Human personality is an infinitely intricate entity and describing it is a complex task. Claiming to rapidly summarize it is illusory, although it does not mean that it is an impossible challenge. It is essential to read a natal chart several times in order to absorb all its different meanings and to grasp all this complexity. But the exercise is worthwhile.

In brief, a natal chart is composed of ten planets: two luminaries, the Sun and the Moon, three fast-moving or individual planets, Mercury, Venus and Mars, two slow-moving planets, Jupiter and Saturn, and three very slow-moving planets, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.

They are all posited on the Zodiac wheel consisting of twelve signs, from Aries to Pisces, and divided into twelve astrological houses. The first step is to evaluate the importance of each planet. This is what we call identifying the dominant planets. This process obeys rules that depend on the astrologer's sensitivity and experience but it also has precise and steady bases: thus, we can take into account the parameters of a planet's activity the number of active aspects a planet forms, the importance of each aspect according to its nature and its exactness , angularity parameters; proximity to the four angles, Ascendant, Midheaven, Descendant and Imum Coeli or Nadir, all of them being evaluated numerically, according to the kind of angle and the planet-angle distance and quality parameters rulership, exaltation, exile and fall.

Finally, other criteria such as the rulership of the Ascendant and the Midheaven etc. These different criteria allow a planet to be highlighted and lead to useful conclusions when interpreting the chart. The overall chart analysis begins with the observation of three sorts of planetary distributions in the chart: Eastern or Western hemisphere, Northern or Southern hemisphere, and quadrants North-eastern, North-western, South-eastern and South-western.

These three distributions give a general tone in terms of introversion and extraversion, willpower, sociability, and behavioural predispositions. Then, there are three additional distributions: elements called triplicity since there are three groups of signs for each one - Fire, Air, Earth and Water - corresponding to a character typology, modality or quadruplicity with four groups of signs for each one - Cardinal, Fixed and Mutable - and polarity Yin and Yang.

There are three types of dominants: dominant planets, dominant signs and dominant houses. The novice thinks astrology means only "to be Aries" or sometimes, for example, "to be Aries Ascendant Virgo".

It is actually far more complex. Although the Sun and the Ascendant alone may reveal a large part of the character - approximately a third or a half of your psychological signature, a person is neither "just the Sun" called the sign nor just "the first house" the Ascendant. Thus, a particular planet's influence may be significantly increased; a particular sign or house may contain a group of planets that will bring nuances and sometimes weaken the role of the Ascendant, of the Sun sign etc.

Lastly, there are two other criteria: accentuations angular, succedent and cadent which are a classification of astrological houses and types of decanates that are occupied each sign is divided into three decanates of ten degrees each.

They provide some additional informations. These general character traits must not be taken literally; they are, somehow, preparing for the chart reading.

They allow to understand the second part of the analysis, which is more detailed and precise. Contrarily, his talent earned him a place in the school band. Radio encounters with the music of Roy Eldridge, an early jazz trumpet legend, inspired the youngster to concentrate on trumpet. However, Gillespie did not have any direction until one night he heard David Roy Eldridge play on the radio.

He now took him up like his idol, dreaming of becoming a jazz player one day. Gillespie won a music scholarship to the Laurinburg Institute in North Carolina which he attended for two years before accompanying his family when they moved to Philadelphia.

There he joined a band led by Frankie Fairfax. Willis was not immediately friendly but Gillespie was attracted anyway and the two got married on May 9, They remained together until his death. Gillespie also had a daughter, Jeanie Bryson, born out of a liaison with songwriter Connie Bryson. She is also a celebrated singer, specializing in a combination of jazz, pop, and Latin music.

Because of the universal nature of his faith, he saw himself as a global citizen and a musical messenger. He also took great interest in his African heritage. Apart from his music, this famous trumpeter was also known for his swollen cheeks and his trademark trumpet, which had its bell angled at forty-five degree. During this period, not yet having a style of his own, he mostly cloned his hero David Roy Eldridge. After a move to New York in , Dizzy held positions in bands led by Teddy Hill, Al Cooper, and others, culminating in a spot in the band led by Cab Calloway, a famous singer, and bandleader.

During this period, he experimented with music, creating a style of his own. State Department and traveled the world extensively, sharing his knowledge with younger players. Dizzy Gillespie. Article Media. Info Print Cite. Submit Feedback. You can't get more serious than that. Music Men Serious. Music Taken Play.

Music Reason Process. Play Knowing Musician. Crazy Men Play. It was also his first session with the young Sonny Rollins. After the session was completed, they would record one more track entitled "I Know" under Rollins' name, with Davis on piano. Earlier in the same day, before his session at Prestige, Davis had also recorded a session as a sideman with Charlie Parker, for Verve Records , found on the Parker album Swedish Schnapps.

Gillespie led an unsuccessful big band in a Southern tour finished it , and late in the year he traveled with Parker to the West Coast to play a lengthy gig at Billy Berg 's club in L. Unfortunately, the audiences were not enthusiastic other than local musicians and Dizzy without Parker soon returned to New York. The following year, Dizzy Gillespie put together a successful and influential orchestra which survived for nearly four memorable years.

Johnson , Yusef Lateef , and even a young John Coltrane , Gillespie 's big band was a breeding ground for the new music. Dizzy 's beret, goatee, and "bop glasses" helped make him a symbol of the music and its most popular figure.

During , nearly every former swing band was trying to play bop, and for a brief period the major record companies tried very hard to turn the music into a fad. By , the fad had ended and Gillespie was forced, due to economic pressures, to break up his groundbreaking orchestra. He had occasional and always exciting reunions with Charlie Parker including a fabled Massey Hall concert in up until Bird's death in , toured with Jazz at the Philharmonic where he had opportunities to "battle" the combative Roy Eldridge , headed all-star recording sessions using Stan Getz , Sonny Rollins , and Sonny Stitt on some dates , and led combos that for a time in also featured Coltrane and Milt Jackson.

In , Gillespie was authorized to form a big band and play a tour overseas sponsored by the State Department.

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  1. A brief history of Dizzy Gillespie Timeline created by aaitken. In Art and Culture. Period: Mar 11, to Mar 11, The Life of Dizzy Gillespie Oct 21, Born, Cheraw Sth Carolina Jul 14, Begins playing the piano May 5, Hears Roy Eldridge play trumpet Starts to .
  2. Modern Jazz Trumpets is an album released by Prestige in with music by four jazz trumpeters: Fats Navarro, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, and Kenny lemnterszantfibtipa.celcountmentingtorchahardtirantifimost.co album was released on the 10" LP format and includes the first recordings by Davis.. Cover art was a text layout similar to other early albums on Prestige. Later pressings used the same photo of Davis also used on his first three 10 Producer: Bob Weinstock.
  3. The Chronological Classics: Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra ~ Release by Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra (see all versions of this release, 1 available) Overview.
  4. Create a Timeline Now; Dizzy Gillespie. Print; Events. Born in Cheraw, South Carolina Began playing the piano Began playing the trumpet and trombone Heard Roy Eldridge playing the trumpet on the radio This was the event that caused Gillespie to dream of .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Thinking Of You on Discogs. Label: Prestige - • Format: Vinyl 7 Dizzy Gillespie / Dizzy Gillespie Sextet - Thinking Of You (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  6. Dizzy Gillespie, American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader who was one of the seminal figures of the bebop movement. A noted composer, his songbook is a list of bebop’s greatest hits; ‘Salt Peanuts,’ ‘Woody ’n’ You,’ ‘Con Alma,’ ‘Groovin’ High,’ and ‘A Night in Tunisia’ all became jazz standards.
  7. Dizzy Gillespie ‎– In The Beginning Vocals – Dizzy Gillespie Written-By – L. Gillespie* D6: Thinking Of You Alto Saxophone – Jimmy Heath Bass – Percy Heath Drums – Joe Harris (3) This is an excellent collection of early Gillespie, and, with the 2 CD set of his RCA-Victor recordings, ought to be heard by every serious.
  8. Dizzy Gillespie's contributions to jazz were lemnterszantfibtipa.celcountmentingtorchahardtirantifimost.co of the greatest jazz trumpeters of all time (some would say the best), Gillespie was such a complex player that his contemporaries ended up copying Miles Davis and Fats Navarro instead, and it was not until Jon Faddis' emergence in the s that Dizzy's style was successfully recreated. Somehow, Gillespie could make any "wrong" note fit.

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