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    Some info on asteroids, with thanks to Paulette!

    http://markandrewholmes.com/asteroid.html

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    Part of Find with many thanks to Tuba:

    Find is a useful part. If someone was stealing from your storage shed, you could use it to locate where the thief was coming from. Or, if a strange noise was bothering you night after night, you could trace the source.

    The formula is Moon + House 4 Cusp - chart ruler. Chart ruler means ruler of the ASC.

    An astrologer named Marie DeLeone discovered the Part of Find some years ago. It is used to find lost pets, items of value and missing persons. Lets call it a pure point, one with no connotations other than pointing to a location where a person or a thing may be found. You would look at both the Sign and the House position and also at aspects to (F) to derive its meaning in a particular chart.
    Last edited by 21merc7; 07-22-2010 at 11:35 AM.

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    Came across this in my reading today at Auntie Moon. Personally, I'm not big on mixed drinks but it was fun to click on the sun signs and read about what fruit, herbs or flowers went with what. If you were having a dinner party, it would be fun to make a zodiac cocktail for each guest based on their sign.
    http://www.intoxicatedzodiac.com/astrococktails.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulscape View Post
    Nurse, be sure to check the General Astro thread. There are lots of links to good astrology sites there. I like http://bobmarksastrologer.com -- he has very understandable lessons posted.

    Thanks,
    Soulscape
    Dear Soulscape, thank you for the above link to the Bob Marks site. I'm learning so much! I like the way he gives examples, and explains what it means. It's a very good site for a beginner.

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    Traditional Astrology and Criminal Law

    Christopher Warnock Esq. practices as an appellate public defender in Washington D.C. Using the same sources that any thorough lawyer would use - trial transcripts, depositions, casebooks, law reviews, law reporters and such - his knowledge of Renaissance astrology gives him another source of valuable insight into his cases. In this article he offers an introduction to the traditional technique, demonstrated by five recent examples of his judgements.

    http://www.skyscript.co.uk/astrology_law.html
    This was an interesting read and informative, so thought I would share. Rulerships, who they signify and judgments were explained well in this article.

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    Thanks for reminding us of Warnock's practice and his site.
    He's excellent to read.

    I liked this in particular, as a reminder what the Considerations before Judgement REALLY mean, ......that we can still read the chart but need to be aware of the potential consequence for the Astrologer.

    Back in Lily's day, there were of course reprecussions for an inaccurate or even unfavorable reading for a wealthy client.
    It was then meant as a helpmate to us when we had such persnickety people to deal with, hopefully the "off with the head" would not then apply, lol. as the kings and queens and monied gentry might have been inclined to do with an astrologer back then if they did not like their readings.
    I'm always grateful I am not living back in those days as not every client "likes" what I have to offer.

    : )




    Lilly lists what he calls, Considerations before Judgment, which are a number of technical conditions that can arise in the chart. [3] While Lilly advises not to judge the chart when these conditions are present, my experience has been that these conditions generally do not prevent us from judging the chart, but give additional, usually negative information. It has been hypothesized that these considerations before judgment were set forth to protect the astrologer from having to give the client an unfavorable prediction.


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    We note also that the Moon could be described as 'void of course', since she will not be making any more aspects until she changes sign. Being void of course is included in the 'considerations before judgment'. Lilly says this indicates that the situation may stagnate: "[A]ll manner of matter goe hardly on…" [8] This is a good example of why flexibility and judgment are necessary for good horary analysis. Clearly this matter will be accomplished; it is extremely unlikely that the querent's son will not be sentenced. In addition, as we shall see, refusing to judge the chart would have deprived us of an accurate prediction.

    Warnock like Anthony Louis is a man of logic and therefore an excellent Horarist.
    Last edited by Leomoon80; 10-24-2010 at 07:18 PM. Reason: sp.
    "The Greek word moira (μοῖρα) literally means a part or portion, and by extension one's portion in life or destiny.
    They controlled the metaphorical thread of life of every mortal from birth to death."

    Wikipedia

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    The Void of Moon in the case Warnock illustrated was a very good example of continuing on with reading the Horary chart despite the stricture. An added bonus of Warnock's site are the links to Lily's excerpts. I love reading the Olde English writing, it's lilting and musical to me.

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    DEGREES of the ZODIAC Sepharial degree set called La Volasfera.

    I found this site that may helpful:

    http://www.auxmaillesgodefroy.com/la_volasfera
    Last edited by FifthEssence; 11-19-2010 at 02:46 PM. Reason: heading

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    Zodiac through Antiquity

    Color coded for the houses, as each of the 4 Astrologers would have
    seen the Zodiac. Ptolemy, Firmicus, Manilus, Wm. Lily (horarist)

    I inserted the Denderah (Egyptian) Zodiac in the center....


    "The Greek word moira (μοῖρα) literally means a part or portion, and by extension one's portion in life or destiny.
    They controlled the metaphorical thread of life of every mortal from birth to death."

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    cont'd: (post 84)

    Here are the various houses from Antiquity, as seen by the Ancients:

    http://translate.google.com/translat...%26prmd%3Divns

    I hope this opens in the English (from Portuguese) and taken from Deborah Houlding's book
    "Temples of the Sky"

    I think Deborah Houlding, (from England) whose web site is called "SkyScripts" is really an expert extraordinaire' in Ancient Astrology.
    I looked for her book on my bookclub, Temples in the Sky, but cannot find it available here.

    However, this Portguese site, (a member of her own forum), has many chapters translated from the book into English, and the few I have been able to access here, (pdfs markers).....various chapters are very informative as to referencing the chart I posted earlier.

    Just try and ignore the few words that don't translate well......from English to Portugeuse and back again to english I suppose, a few of the chapters don't really 'flow" ., but when you understand the gist you will enjoy the articles too I'm sure.

    http://translate.googleusercontent.c...2Z-YQA_gUbZ5cA

    http://translate.googleusercontent.c...G_32zjzOqrF79A
    Last edited by Leomoon80; 12-13-2010 at 11:11 PM.
    "The Greek word moira (μοῖρα) literally means a part or portion, and by extension one's portion in life or destiny.
    They controlled the metaphorical thread of life of every mortal from birth to death."

    Wikipedia


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    More on Each of the DEGREES of the ZODIAC


    Traditional Degree Influences

    Compiled and annotated by Deborah Houlding


    Note that within each of the 30degrees in each of the Zodiac signs, each of the column notations are live and can be clicked on for more definition.

    http://www.skyscript.co.uk/deginf1.html#deep

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    In consideration of Rectification-birth time unknown - The PreNatal Epoch

    Scroll down in the Rectification process to:
    Method of pre-natal epoch (extract from Dean and Mather )

    All conceptions are tied to the Pre-natal Epoch period, or 273 lunar days.

    from this link:
    http://www.astrogeographia.org/about_us/inspiration/
    According to the Hermetic rule, the Moon at epoch is the same as the Ascendant at birth, which in the case of Rudolf Steiner was 19½° Libra.

    Example of Steiner's birth here:
    http://www.astrogeographia.org/about..._rule_applied/

    snipped from link:
    Applying the hermetic rule, this fits well with the computed birth data, and could have been the moment of etheric conception. If indeed it was, then the birth time has to be corrected from 11:15 PM, to 11:25 PM, to yield for this moment (considered as the planned moment of birth) an Ascendant at 19º34' Libra and the Moon's position at 24º48' Leo in the sidereal zodiac, exactly fit the hermetic rule.



    The Moon for the mom should be in the conception chart - (pre-natal epoch chart) in the natal (the child) ASC or DESC sign.

    And for each ASC or DSC sign (the hypothetical one you are looking for)
    remember that the Epoch MOON is roughly at 6 degree intervals and one of which, (accdg. to Epoch Rules) is related to the ASC or the DSC (of the child's chart)

    I believe the original Epoch rules being referred to in this article's Epoch Chart reference, is from Hermes or the person who once was called by that name thousands of years ago.
    Called "The Triune of Hermes"

    You can find more modern day reference to the Epoch Rules in the "Message of the Stars" by the Rosicrucian Max Hendel (Astrologer)

    Epoch conception charts:

    Prenatal Epoch has been stated by Max Heindel in The Message of the Stars, where he says that the body is the product of lunar forces and that the position of the Ascendant, or its opposite (i.e. DESC) , at birth, is the Moon's position at conception


    I also saved the Rules of Epoch, from the Triune of Hermes which should be available online somewhere too I'm sure, as it's ancient knowledge:

    Four Laws of the Epoch

    1. When the Moon at birth increases in light, it will be on the ascending degree of Epoch, and the Moon at Epoch will be on the ascending degree at birth.

    2. When the Moon at birth decrease in light, it will be on the decreasing degree at Epoch, and the Moon at Epoch will be on the descending degree at birth.

    3. When the Moon at birth is (a) increasing in light and below the horizon, or (b) decreasing in light and above the horizon, the period of gestation is longer than the norm.

    4. When the Moon at birth is (a) increasing in light and above the horizon or (b) decreasing in light and below the horizon, the period of gestation is shorter than the norm.

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    Four Orders of Epoch

    1. Moon above horizon and increasing
    in light.......... 273 days minus x.
    2. Moon above horizon and decreasing
    in light.......... 273 days plus x.
    3. Moon below horizon and increasing
    in light.......... 273 days plus x.
    4. Moon below horizon and decreasing
    in light.......... 273 days minus x.


    The above referenced 273 days in the above table is the normal period of gestation, or nine solar or ten lunar months. This normal period is increased or decreased in accordance with the distance of the Moon from either the Ascendant or Descendant, and "x" is a certain number of days corresponding to this distance obtained by dividing the distance in degrees by thirteen degrees, the latter being the average daily motion of the Moon.

    These are used as rectification fine honing aids.



    Here are a few calculators that may help in the rectification process.
    [url]http://www.timeanddate.com/date/dateadd.html[/url
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    Last edited by FifthEssence; 06-07-2011 at 06:38 PM. Reason: moved to proper thread
    "The Greek word moira (μοῖρα) literally means a part or portion, and by extension one's portion in life or destiny.
    They controlled the metaphorical thread of life of every mortal from birth to death."

    Wikipedia

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    Rectification of Natal - PreNatal Epoch references (Conception charts)

    (Waxing, Waning Moon, etc. phases of the Moon)

    http://www.vedicstudy.com/conception.aspx
    Pre Natal Epoch
    The Triune of Hermes

    http://www.rosicrucian.com/zineen/pamen034.htm
    Last edited by FifthEssence; 06-07-2011 at 06:40 PM. Reason: moved to proper thread
    "The Greek word moira (μοῖρα) literally means a part or portion, and by extension one's portion in life or destiny.
    They controlled the metaphorical thread of life of every mortal from birth to death."

    Wikipedia

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