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Centiloquiums: Ptolemy, Hermes & Bethem
Planetary Dignities
The Polar Horoscope Series
Testimonies of Wealth
An Introduction to Decumbiture
Sibley's Historical Horoscopes
The Astrological Parts


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  The Sun is in Capricorn
  Star lore of Capricorn
  Degree Influences
  The Babylonian Goatfish
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  Introducing Saturn
  Traditional Signifcations
  Saturn, The Teacher
  Myth & Philosophy
  Comfrey: Saturn Herb
  Saturn and Lead
  Saturn Aspects
  Melancholic: The
    Saturnian Temperament
Carmen Astrologicum, Book III
William Lilly David Pingree's English translation of Carmen Astrologicum, book III, which introduces the techniques used for judging length of life
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Glossary of Terms
Tables & Study Aids
Johannes Schoener's table of dignity scores
 Notes on Dorotheus III: the haylāj, Kadhkhudāh, and          terms of life
The third book of Dorotheus is an extremely important historical text for astrologers, which presents the oldest preserved chart example to demonstrate the calculation and judgment of major life themes and length of life. But what we have from Pingree's translation does not make easy reading - these notes, by Deborah Houlding, introduce the terms and techniques that are being referred to, and explores in detail the judgement of the book's two example charts. [PDF: 2MB]
Biographies:
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Abu Ma'Shar
Al Biruni
Al Kindi
Bonatti
Brahe
Copernicus
Culpeper
Dee
Ezra
Ficino
Firmicus
Gadbury
Galileo
Kepler
Leo
Lilly
Magnus
Morin
Newton
Ptolemy
Raphael
Robson
Rudhyar
Schoener
Sepharial
Valens
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  RECENT ADDITIONS:
Lilly's Considerations
Besides his introductory 'Considerations', Lilly also hand-picked 43 "Significant Aphorisms", which illuminate the judgement of any kind of chart
Table of eclipses
Updated to include details of solar and lunar eclipses up to 2020 (times given in GMT, based on perfected alignment of Sun and Moon)
Zoller's prediction of the NYC building strike, 1991
An article first published by Robert E. Zoller 20 years ago, where he shows how he "bested" a colleague, to claim the prize of an astrological wager
A Brief Biography of Vivian Robson
Robson's 'brief biography' has been updated to include a link to Dave Roell's detailed biography and additional notes by Philip Graves
Hippocrates, Humours & Temperament-Theory in the Traditional Teachings of Astrology and Medicine
Deborah Houlding considers how Hippocratic teachings on humours helped to shape the philosophical defense of astrology presented in Ptolemy's Tetrabiblos.


Book review:

Godfather of Modernity: The Alan Leo Legacy Vol. One - Early Astrological Journals 1890-1912

Godfather of Modernity: The Alan Leo Legacy Vol. One - Early Astrological Journals 1890-1912. Compiled by Philip M Graves.






       
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