Translation of Light

 The transfer of influence that happens when a transiting planet, while separating from an aspect to one planet, is discovered to be applying to an aspect to another, in which case some of the first aspected planet's influence is transferred to the second aspected planet through light translation. Consider a Horary Figure in which Jupiter and Saturn, the Significators of the parties to a contract discussion, are not in aspect to each other, but Venus, although separating from Jupiter, is applying to a Saturn aspect. There is a convincing evidence that Venus indicates a person or an idea who will bring about a settlement when light is translated from Jupiter to Saturn. The type of the aspect, as well as the aspecting and aspected planets via which the translation occurs, decides whether the result is fortunate.