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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


House meanings:
House 1 House 2 House 3 House 4
House 5 House 6 House 7 House 8
House 9 House 10 House 11 House 12

More on the planets
The SunThe Sun
The MoonThe Moon
MercuryMercury
VenusVenus
MarsMars
JupiterJupiter
SaturnSaturn
UranusUranus
NeptuneNeptune
PlutoPluto

  The Sun is in Aries
  Star lore of Aries
  Babylonian Aries
  Degree Influences
  More Zodiac Signs:
Aries Taurus GeminiCancer
Leo VirgoLibra Scorpio
SagittariusCapricorn Aquarius Pisces
  Introducing Mars
  Traditional Signifcations
  Mars: Hero or Villain?
  Myth & Philosophy
  Garlic: A Martial Herb
  Mars and Iron
  Archetypal Mars
  Mars in Natal aspects
Notes on the nativity and death of Jean Baptiste-Morin
William Lilly Why Morin's own report of his time of birth might appear flawed but is actually correct; and why we can believe the report that he knew when his time was up
Features and Resources:
Astrology Texts on the web
Glossary of Terms
Tables & Study Aids
Johannes Schoener's table of dignity scores
Understanding the zodiac: and why there really ARE 12 signs of the zodiac, not 13
The BBC has (once again) informed the public that there are 13 signs in the zodiac. The reasons why the zodiac has 12 signs and not 13 are well known, and there is no mystery as to why Ophiuchus is not amongst them. The technical basis of zodiac construction is not an easy subject for the public to digest, but this series of questions and answers explain the issues as simply as possible without removing any important details.
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
More
  RECENT ADDITIONS:
Notes on Dorotheus III: the haylaj, Kadhkhudah, and terms of life
Deborah Houlding introduces the terms and techniques referred to in the third book of Dorotheus, and explores in detail the judgement of the book's two example charts. [PDF: 2MB]
Carmen Astrologicum, Book III
David Pingree's English translation of Carmen Astrologicum, book III, which introduces the techniques used for judging length of life
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)
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


Book review:

A TRIPLE-DECKER FEAST: Three books by Gavin White, reviewed by Gill Zukovskis

A TRIPLE-DECKER FEAST: Three books by Gavin White, reviewed by Gill Zukovskis






       
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