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About the temperament of the Moon    by Margherita Fiorello     A friend in a recent thread in Deborah Houlding forum, focused my attention about the quality of the Moon according Ptolemy. In Quadripartite, I, 8 Ptolemy debates about the qualities of the planets in respect...
Astrological aphorisms from Burton’s Anatomy of Melancholy   From Robert Burton’s Anatomy of Melancholy (1), astrological aphorisms   "Jovianus Pontanus, in his tenth book, and thirteenth chapter de rebus coelestibus, discourseth to this purpose at large, Ex atra bile varii...
Astrology: the science of the soul    According to occultism, the soul is the astral body of man, complete with Planetary and Zodiac influences that entered it at the time of its birth, right at the moment when he, as a newborn, breathed the first whiff of air, and became an...
Astronomy, astrology and astral divination in the Ancient East and Persia a lecture by Prof. Antonio Panaino   The following is an abstract of the lecture kept in Sophia at the New Bulgarian University on the 19th November 2009 by Prof. Antonio Panaino, the famous Italian Orientalist,...
Cardano on fixed stars in De iudiciis geniturarum (1547)   Stars at the border of Sagittarius, the three ones of third magnitude near or over the arrow, have a great influence in producing murderers. If they are well disposed they make heroes, men of war, tribunes, judges, responsible...
Fixed stars and temperament   by Margherita Fiorello   In traditional astrology Moon and Mercury and their ruler give the mores, morality as a set of mores (( Wikipedia )), what Ptolemy and the rest of ancient astrologers call “the quality of the soul”, which we should not mix with...
Marsilio ficino and the star of the magi: “De Stella magorum”    by Margherita Fiorello   This is one of the most famous sermons and astrological texts written by Marsilio Ficino for Christmas 1482.   Marsilio explains the birthchart of Jesus and the role of Magi: he...
Marsilio Ficino and the star of the magi: “De Stella magorum”   This is one of the most famous sermons and astrological texts written by Marsilio Ficino for Christmas 1482.   Marsilio explains the birthchart of Jesus and the role of Magi: he dismisses the theory of Great Conjunction...
On the division of times   Being Ptolemy reputed even between the flags of the revival of traditional astrology a compiler hired “by some rich man” (( James H.Holden for Nina Gryphon: Ptolemy went down to the Alexandrian Library and got out two or three books on astrology, read through...
The concept of Astrology   In the last century many changes happened to different streams of science, but no other science besides Astrology has been subjected to distortions and intense persecution during this period. Meanwhile, the basic principle of Astrology is very simple: it...

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