Definition of Inconjunct

This is an astrological aspect, sometimes called a quincunx. This is a very challenging aspect for the querent, and occurs when one planet makes a 150° to another planet (usually, no more than a 2° orb is allowed).

The signs are different, the triplicities are different, the quadruplicities are different; there’s just nothing in common that will allow these planets to get along. An inconjunct can be part of a fascinating astrological pattern called a yod.



An ephemeris is a map of the planets. Because the planets are in constant motion, that map is going to change constantly. Ephemerides come in either midnight or noon versions, and show you where the planets are (or were for a date in the past or will be for a date in the future) at either midnight or noon GMT.

Read the full Ephemeris definition