The Value Of Astrology

Author: Andre Barbault
Editor: Astrological Association
ISBN: 9780950265889
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The first book available in English by Andre Barbault, the great French master astrologer; The Value of Astrology offers incisive, captivating insights into the origins, classical tradition and modern uses of astrology. These include: Rigorous understanding of mundane astrology. An incisive outline of its historical and philosophical importance. Beautiful insight into its relationship with psychology and painting, Clear summaries of attempts to assess astrology statistically.

Practical Astrology

Author: Alan Leo
Editor: Health Research Books
ISBN: 9780787310592
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This book is a simple method of instruction in the science of astrology. Leo sets forth astrology in as simple and as plain understanding as possible for those who may never before have heard of planetary influence. His desire was to place the science of astrology before the world in its true light as science and religion, and not as a jumble of fortune telling trash.

Spiritual Astrology

Author: Jan Spiller
Editor: Atria Books
ISBN: 1416599517
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With more than 100,000 copies in print and now completely revised and updated, Spiritual Astrology is a simple yet complete astrological guide to understanding life’s higher purpose and finding the key to your personal • Self-expression • Self-worth and emotional security • Independence and freedom of spirit • Emotional ecstasy • Self-mastery and personal power Spiritual Astrology’s breakthrough—the startling rediscovery of the importance of the solar and lunar eclipses occurring just before one’s birth—reveals the lessons you came here for, and provides a revelation to anyone who has ever looked to the zodiac for guidance.

Science Of Astrology

Author: Ben Fitch
Editor: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456627074
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Science of Astrology: X-rays of The Divine has been written to provide readers with a general foundation in astrology and to address subject matter which is either absent or given insufficient coverage elsewhere; meanwhile explanations of rulership, exaltation and debility are excluded here, not least because the more elaborate parts of these systems seem to have been established rather arbitrarily. An understanding all of the technical explanations in this book is not required to have a good understanding of astrology; at the same time the mathematics used to illustrate physical laws here is not exhaustive. In Science of Astrology: X-rays of The Divine, the traditional system of horoscope construction is acknowledged and explained; however a new system of horoscope construction is introduced – one which represents the ecliptic in the form it takes independently of the Earth’s daily motion, at the same time as accommodating the season and standpoint of the observation. According to the new system, a new system of house distribution has been devised and ascendant and descendant points are given to the Moon. The new system, expounded in the chapter Mapping the Zodiac is intended to exist alongside the traditional system; however for simplicity it is used independently throughout the book. Other original subject matter in this book includes the incorporation of childhood location changes into the horoscope and the role of orbital resonance in informing planetary aspects. Science of Astrology: X-rays of The Divine begins with an explanation of the basic physical laws of the solar system which is intended to help enthusiasts adopt a more scientific approach to the study of astrology; the research presented towards the end of the book is intended to impress upon sceptics the value of the horoscope as a signifier of natural phenomena. Although the ephemeral conditions of meteor and extreme weather events are notable for their singularity rather than for any features which can be specifically attributed to the phenomena they accompany, there are certain astrological features which are distinctly recognisable among recorded cases of earthquake activity and it is possible that astrology will eventually form a part of preventative strategies in this field. Research is also presented which concerns the relationship between IQ and the planet Mercury. Just as for disciples of psychology or genetics the ardent practitioner of astrology is prone to adopting a two-dimensional view of his or her subject; as the practitioner become more calculating, they also become less amenable to other manifestations of truth. Clearly, to understand human nature and to render a true service to humanity, the practitioner must adopt a holistic view. The book is named Science of Astrology: X-rays of The Divine because just as how an x-ray reveals the skeleton of an organism, so astrology reveals the bare outline of God’s design. And just as how too much exposure to x-rays imperils the health of the organism, so can too great a study of this outline make the practitioner oblivious to the manifestations of the living God – that which exists beyond the dead indices of the celestial bodies. Hermes Trismegistus recognised the relationship between terrestrial events and the configuration of celestial objects and sought to render certain influences more enduring by soliciting their investment in inanimate objects. These objects were then assumed to promulgate the conditions extant at their inception. Part of Science of Astrology: X-rays of the Divine is concerned with the establishment of rituals, or active prayers, designed to ameliorate or relieve constitutional weakness or tension. Illness often has its origin in bad habits so by staging a ritual for a moment which is fortuitous to the individual, the individual can be emboldened to enact the necessary abnegation. If a ritual, be it direct naturopathic intervention or abstention from unhealthy practices, is staged to coincide with ephemeral conditions which offer reinforcement or stability to weaker or unstable elements of the constitution – upon interaction with the nativity, the ritual becomes as a talisman and reinforces the assimilation of the lesson prefigured by the ritual. Of course, the moment will be special whether or not it is deliberately ascribed ritual significance, but by consciously assigning an appropriate ritual to a fortuitous moment, the exertions of the intellect can be aligned to the exertions of the will.

The Law Of Values

Author: Sepharial
Editor: Cosimo, Inc.
ISBN: 1602061084
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This is one of the oddest books of financial advice ever written, one that ascribes astrological import to the movement of dollars and assigns signs of the zodiac to countries (England is, apparently an Aries, and France a Leo). Here we learn that Saturn brings "national depression due to political reversals" and Mercury "a sense of instability," that the Boer War may have been triggered by Neptune (the planet, not the deity), and that by learning how to read the stars the earthbound investor may prosper. It remains unclear whether Sepharial, who published this curious work in 1912, saw dark celestial clouds brewing for October 1929. "Sepharial" was the pseudonym of British mystic WALTER GORN-OLD (1864-1929), one of the most prolific writers on and teachers of astrology in modern times, and the first president of the British Astrological Society. Among his more than 60 books are Astrology Explained, Cosmic Symbolism, Science of Foreknowledge, and The Silver Key.

Turning Four Hundred Years Of Astrology To Practical Use And Other Matters

Author: George Bayer
Editor: Health Research Books
ISBN: 9780939093281
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Sir Andrew Sagittarius Or The Perils Of Astrology A Novel

Author: Sir Andrew SAGITTARIUS
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British Journal Of Astrology

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Introduction To Aquarian Astrology

Author: Ján Kaleta
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1445714795
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A modern integral astrology, which is found by the author, a contemporary Czech astrologer Ján Kaleta. Aquarian Astrology works with the basic structure of human being, which is defined by the esotericists, and proven by the experience of many researchers of human consciousness. Aquarian Astrology expresses the searching so called 'intention of soul' which is related to the present incarnation. Aquarian Astrology turns the attention of the adept on the long periodal influences of great cycles, especially the Preccesion Cycle of the Earth Axis. It is noticing the individual and transpersonal human experiences but also gives heed to the threshold of the sociocultural and individual experience with regard to rising number of people, who reach it. The author is confirming the empiric research by own astrological praxis through the last years. The work done is fruitful in understanding how the new astrology can work.

The Astrological Magazine

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Astrology S Higher Octaves

Author: Greg Bogart
Editor: Nicolas-Hays, Inc.
ISBN: 0892546794
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This book illustrates the power of astrology to facilitate emotional healing, aid the lives of couples and families, guide career development, and promote focus and purpose in daily life. Astrology’s Higher Octaves combines therapeutic astrology, the astrological study of relationships, vocational astrology, archetypal psychology, dreamwork, and the synthesis of astrology and music. Through detailed examples, readers learn to refine their interpretive skills and to practice astrology as a vital catalyst for both inner and outer works, a way to achieve integration. Influenced by Jung’s interest in astrology and dream analysis, Greg Bogart, PhD, presents a potent technique for combining astrology and dreams, where parallels and synchronicities between dream imagery and planetary symbolism amplify the truthful messages both convey, showing clear steps forward for transformation at crucial transitions. He illustrates how vocational astrology, informed by career counseling theory, helps us choose optimal occupational paths and fosters strategic timing and steady accomplishment in the realm of work. Readers also learn about diurnal astrology, which enhances the enjoyment of daily tasks and activities, sharpening our sense of purpose and time management skills. The book concludes with the spiritual value of astrology, a practice that refines us vibrationally in a manner analogous to music so that over the course of life we can discover and express distinctive tones. Recognition of the potentials shown in the birth chart prepares us for gradual sculpting of the life until it becomes a reflection of our celestial ideal. By unifying astrology with psychotherapy, vocational counseling, and dream interpretation, Astrology’s Higher Octaves expands the celestial art’s range of social influence and teaches us to extend the ray of consciousness in many directions simultaneously.

Modern Astrology

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Astrological Magazine

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The British Journal Of Astrology

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Soul Symbol And Imagination

Author: Brian Clark
Editor: Lsa/Flare
ISBN: 9780994488053
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Astrology is so much more than a predictive and prescriptive typology. It is a soulful and evocative tradition that engages us in both rational and imaginal ways of knowing. Each horoscope is an invitation to consider the gods that live through us and the archetypal powers that pave our path through life. In Soul, Symbol and Imagination, Brian Clark shares his experiences of astrology as a profoundly therapeutic, divinatory and spiritual modality that has shaped his life.

The Astrologer S Magazine

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Conventional Values Of The Hellenistic Greeks

Author: Per Bilde
Editor: Aarhus Universitetsforlag
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The contributors to this volume seek to decipher the Hellenistic citizens' views on vital elements of their society: the city, the ruler, religion, magic and astrology, everyday life and social relations (family and gender), morality, uses of the past, and the iconography of death. How did the changes in political and social ideas affect actions and practices, which in turn again altered concepts? Moreover, the authors distinguish between the views of the common people and the elite, the evidence from inscriptions (seen as popular sentiment) and the evidence from literature (from the elite). The authors' conclusions have broad ramifications for future scholars in a field that has not hitherto received much attention. This volume is essential reading on the early development of individualism and the history of ideas.

Origins Of Astrology

Author: Jack Lindsay
Editor: London, Muller
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'Written as a companion-piece to go with the author's The origins of alchemy in Graeco-Roman Egypt.'

Secrets Of Prediction

Author: Joni Patry
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ISBN: 9780692413418
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In this book you will experience the life of astrologer Joni Patry as she grew up in a conservative realm of non-believers of astrology in Dallas, Texas. She was first introduced to the world of astrology through the profound prediction of Jeane Dixon as she forebodes President Kennedy not to come to Dallas, Texas, on November 21, 1963. The very next day the unthinkable occurred and it has been a part of Joni's awareness with her ties to the circumstances living in Dallas, Texas. This brought her to the discovery of astrology. The intricate and complicated world of astrological prediction has been Joni's passion. She has explored the depths of western astrology leading to her discovery of the incredible predictive value of Indian Vedic astrology. She takes the values of both systems and devises a way to blend both systems to understand the cycles to forecast the future. The first part of the book discusses her techniques for world predictions, including her prediction of Japan's catastrophic earthquake before it occurred March 11, 2011. There is an explanation of the grand cycles siphoning down to the smaller cycles for the specific timing of these events. There are cycles within cycles of the planetary patterns in the heavens. It ranges from the grand cycle of Precession of the Equinoxes, to the cycles of the outer planets, cycle of Saturn and Jupiter, Rahu and Ketu, eclipses, retrograde planets, and the cycles of the faster planets, Mars, Venus, and Mercury. But the most specific timer that predicts down to the day is seen through the Moon. The second part of the book breaks down the incredible predictive power of Vedic astrology using the nakshatras and how they determine the cycles of a person's life. This complicated system of prediction used in Vedic astrology is broken down to a step-by-step system that can be understood by even a novice. To bring home the predictive value and accuracy of this system, Joni explores the well-documented lives of the Kennedy family. Beginning with Joseph Kennedy Sr., through the trials and tribulations of the tragic deaths of his children to the traumas of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, John Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy. Through the scandals and affairs you will come to glean the insights of a soul through the prediction of astrology. From beginning to end of this compilation of essential tools for prediction, you will come to appreciate the power and insights of astrology. With this surfaces the sense of destiny and free will. Coming back full circle to November 1963 arises the age-old question concerning fate and free will. Could this be avoided with information ahead of time? What if President Kennedy listened to Jeane Dixon? This has haunted Dallas astrologer Joni Patry her entire life as she delved into understanding the cyclic process of humankind and the Universe through the profound study of astrology.

Making Sense Of Astrology

Author: Ronny Martens
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ISBN: 9781573922180
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Analyzes the mechanisms of astrology, traces its origins and evolution, and compares different astrological systems and schools