Peregrine

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When a planet has no Essential Dignity in its position in the zodiac. A planet in its debility with no essential dignity is still peregrine. Some astrologers use the term to signify an unaspected planet - this is incorrect. The term peregrine is sometimes though midleadingly used in reference to planets which make no major aspects in a horoscope. This is more like void-of-course, without reference to sign limits or whether a planet applies to or separates from an aspect. In this condition, the planet is said to wander through the horoscope and has the potential to run amock with its symbolism in an individual's life.

 
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