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Annual Predictive Techniques of the Greek, Arabic and Indian Astrologers

Martin Gansten
pubblicato da The Wessex Astrologer Ltd

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Predictions for each year of life go back to the earliest times of Hellenistic astrology. Elaborated by Persian and Arabic astrologers who emphasized the revolution of the nativity, known today as the solar return chart, annual predictive techniques then spread eastward into India and westward into Latin Europe during the Middle Ages. For the first time, this book draws together material on annual predictions from ancient and medieval authors writing in Greek, Arabic and Sanskrit, demonstrating their methods with a wealth of present-day example charts.

While covering historical background and principles of interpretation, Annual Predictive Techniques is above all a manual of practical astrology, a guide to concrete prediction intended for intermediate students. Separate chapters are devoted to illustrating the use of primary directions and profections together with anniversary transits. The reader is then shown how to integrate these techniques step by step with the solar return chart. The final chapter discusses ways of subdividing a year and identifying times of major importance.

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Generi Esoterismo e Astrologia » Astrologia

Editore The Wessex Astrologer Ltd

Formato Ebook con Adobe DRM

Pubblicato 06/04/2021

Lingua Inglese

EAN-13 9781910531501

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