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  Topic: Algol - Contemporary interpretation?
Lars

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Forum: Nativities & General Astrology   Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 2:13 pm   Subject: Algol - Contemporary interpretation?
I think that Frawleys advice on reading the myth and see if it can be applied is very good and basically necessary. This is also how I understand Bradys work.

The myth about Perseus and Medusa also ...
  Topic: What rules a camera?
Lars

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Forum: Traditional (& Ancient) Techniques   Posted: Sun Aug 15, 2004 7:27 am   Subject: What rules a camera?
Yes, Saturn seems to be a reasonable choice with those qualities.

Thank you.

Lars
  Topic: What rules a camera?
Lars

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Forum: Traditional (& Ancient) Techniques   Posted: Tue May 11, 2004 8:04 pm   Subject: What rules a camera?
Thanks for input, both of you.
That is an interesting division between what a thing does as to what the thing is in itself.
Somewhere I have picked up the expression "camera obscura" which means da ...
  Topic: What rules a camera?
Lars

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Forum: Traditional (& Ancient) Techniques   Posted: Mon May 10, 2004 9:35 am   Subject: What rules a camera?
Does anyone know what planet rules cameras?
I am thinking of the moon. as a camera basically reflects. As far as I know moon seems to rule film as well, as it has silver as a basic component. But ca ...
  Topic: Traditional reference for glass
Lars

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Forum: Traditional (& Ancient) Techniques   Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2003 10:18 pm   Subject: Traditional reference for glass
In Rex Bills "The Rulership Book", Moon, Neptune and the sign of Cancer rules glass. But he also mentions Mercury and Leo in a parenthsis.
Personally I tend to see Moon as the ruler. Interestingly, ...
 
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