This book follows up on the foundation provided in Fundamentals of Vedic Astrology and delves into questions such as impulses likely to be generated by the planets in different signs and houses of the natal chart. The author cuts through the obscurity of the centuries to present a clear and effective science with a deep psychological background and underpinning.
This is one of the most sophisticated medical astrology books ever written. Many of the finer points are dealt with. You know the head is ruled by Aries, but did you know the nasal bones are co-ruled by Scorpio? There are references to Vedic principles. A helpful diagram explains the subtle division of the urinary tract between Libra and Scorpio. Rulerships are given not only for areas of the body and its organs, but also for bones, muscles, arteries and veins. Terminology in the book is modern. Gemini's rulership of muscles includes the deltoid, biceps, supinator radii, subclavians, triceps, serratus anticus minor, pectoralis, palmaris, etc. Many chapters are unique, such as Chapter 5, on crystallization, and Chapter 6, on tonicity, atonicity, and perversion. This chapter also tells how pairs of planets mirror each other: Sun/Moon, Mars/Saturn, Jupiter/Venus, Uranus/Neptune, with Mercury as a receiver. Chapter 11 concerns many different kinds of planetary strengths, among them, aspect strength, mundane strength, natural strength (the planet in its natal sign) and directional strength. Chapter 13 gives astrological indicators for some specific diseases, a foretaste of what Charles Carter would expand upon in his famous Encyclopaedia of Psychological Astrology. This book was originally published as Alan Leo's Astrological Manual No. 9 in 1908. This is the second edition of 1914. There are references in this book to other books in the Alan Leo series, dealing with chart construction. This book is highly recommended by H.L. Cornell in his Encyclopaedia of Medical Astrology. Heinrich Daath's Medical Astrology is part of a comprehensive series of classic astro-medical texts published by Astrology Classics. Other books in the series include: - Joseph Blagrave: Astrological Practice of Physick, 1671 C.E.O. Carter: An Encyclopaedia of Psychological Astrology, 1954 H.L. Cornell: Encyclopaedia of Medical Astrology, 1933 Nicholas Culpeper: Astrological Judgement of Diseases from the Decumbiture of the Sick, 1655, and, Urinalia, 1658 Richard Saunders: The Astrological Judgement and Practice of Physick, 1677 Luke Broughton: The Elements of Astrology, 1898
A practical guide to creating and interpreting horoscopes for yourself, your family and friends. By David M. Hawthorne and Professor V.K. Choudhry Now, you can learn to read astrology charts the quick and easy way. And, with greater accuracy than you ever thought possible. With this revolutionary new book, you will discover how easy it is to: CREATE CHARTS. The book includes step-by-step instructions for creating charts without having to learn mathematical computations. The book includes the Internet website addresses for both: A FREE Vedic Astrology software program that is easy to download and install. An online World Atlas resource you can go to in order to retrieve longitude, latitude, and time-zone information. With this book to guide you, it is easy to create and print Vedic Astrology charts with the planetary positions and time periods you will need in order to read charts and predict events. LEARN THE ESSENTIALS.There are only four elements in astrology: 1. The planets; 2. The signs; 3. The houses; and, 4. The planetary periods. You will quickly learn the fundamentals for each of these elements and how they interact with each other. For example, you will learn which planets become functional benefics or functional malefics for the various rising signs, and why planets and houses become strong or weak. You will also learn what to look for in any chart to see the past, present or future circumstances of any individual, organization, or significant event. READ HORSCOPES. This book will provide you with a simple, systematic approach to interpreting horoscopes. With the Systems' Approach, you will learn a proper order of sequence in which to read charts and to apply proven principles in order to make clear and relevant predictions. You will learn why the planets operate differently in various charts, and why their significations will or will not manifest. And, when they will manifest.
An excellent reference for the meanings of the asteroids in the houses & in the signs. Explanations are clear & to the point, & capture the essence of the asteroids in the birth chart, the finer points that make the chart complete. Includes an ephemeris from 1900 to 2050.
Well known and respected internationally for her ground breaking work in Archetypes of the Zodiac, Kathleen Burt now offers us a phenomenal distillation of her life work in: Beyond the Mask: The Rising Sign - Part II: Libra - Pisces. Beyond the Mask Part II illustrates how midlife urgings bring forth cycles of death and rebirth. Antiquated identities and roles must die, old 'masks' must be pealed away before we can discover a new path in life. Kathleen Burt addresses specifically how the Libra - Pisces rising sign patterns guide us into new life and fresh experiences. With the keen eye of an astrologer examining the biography of creative writers and inspired people, Kathleen Burt brings a depth of understanding to the Rising Sign: Libra - Pisces. This unique volume of wisdom offers decades of scholarly study and practical experience in esoteric astrology, psychology, mythology, and biography and examines the underlying archetypal patterns inherent in our lives.
Named "Christian" to avoid hassles (some things never change), this is the most famous, the most celebrated astrology book in the English language. It has been prized by students ever since its first publication in 1647. The Horary Astrology in these pages, in the hands of a master, is no mere parlour game. It is demanding and precise, combining science and art. Properly used, it will give answer to any well-defined question. William Lilly, famous throughout England for his almanacs & forecasts (he predicted London's Great Fire of 1666), lived during the English Civil War & was a minor historical figure in it. Into his studio came the rich and poor, nobles and commoners, with problems great and small. This new edition restores Lilly's original page layouts, with marginalia. Modern spelling throughout, this edition includes Lilly's bibliography, his original index & a new glossary. Also includes his original woodblock charts, and their modern versions. This is Lilly's great work as he himself knew it. In this volume: Book 1, An Introduction to Astrology, containing the use of an ephemeris; the erecting of a scheme of heaven; nature of the twelve signs of the Zodiac, of the planets; with a most easy introduction to the whole art of astrology. Book 2, The Resolution of All Manner of Questions, by a most methodical way, instructs the student how to judge or resolve all manner of questions contingent unto man, viz, of health, sickness, riches, marriage, preferment, journeys, etc. Some 35 questions inserted and judged.
By Which Every Question Relating to the Future May Be Answered
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1897 by which every question relating to the future may be answered. Raphael was the astrologer of the 19th century. Contents: Preface; the Symbols Explained; Planetary Aspects; of the Nature of the Aspects; of the Nature & Quality of the Signs of.