Be forewarned: These are demanding books. Also excluded, for the moment, are authors whose best works are out of print at this time. Method of Progressions Simplified - Sandra D. Postscript: A great work is the result of great talent, combined with luck. I t must be concentrated in order to be effective. Few authors have the talent for a great book.
Few ever will. That said, there are many other good books. What do you want to know, what do you want to study, where do you want to go?
The possibilities are endless. His chapter on Modern Astrology is worthless. He gives a few case examples but they are hard to follow. Jan 16, Acquafortis rated it liked it Shelves: astrology. A great read for traditional astrology. That said, I would have prefered if the author would have grumbled less about modern astrology and used those pages to give more details on certain techniques.
I felt it lacking in the discussion of essential dignities, faces, terms and temperament.
Aug 17, Felipe Oquendo rated it it was amazing Shelves: lidos-em In "The Real Astrology", John Frawley purports to, at one single blow, differentiate modern astrology from its traditional form, attack the so-called scientific view of astrology, uphold tradition in the light of the perennial school, and give an outlook on the various branches and uses of traditional astrology.
This book can easily be picked up and read by a total stranger to the celestial arts, but it paradoxically remains challenging even to the initiated. Written in clear, ellegant if tong-in In "The Real Astrology", John Frawley purports to, at one single blow, differentiate modern astrology from its traditional form, attack the so-called scientific view of astrology, uphold tradition in the light of the perennial school, and give an outlook on the various branches and uses of traditional astrology.
Written in clear, ellegant if tong-in-cheek prose, this book delivers what it promisses, backed by a solid cultural foundation. The Real Astrology won't do what it does not promisse to, i. But it is a fine entrance to the world of traditional astrology, packed with suggestions of further reading for the ensnared apprentice. I have been told that John Frawley now rejects some parts of this book. Nevertheless, this is still as good as it gets. Feb 15, Ellen rated it really liked it. This book decidedly is not for modern astrologers who think nothing bad will ever happen.
This is for astrologers with a more traditional bent. Indeed, Frawley, who is blessed with excellent British wit, deploys it against the thinking of the moderns. I liked this book a lot, but I found it to give somewhat short shrift to natal astrology in favor of horary. For that purpose, his Horary Textbook can't be beat. If you already have that one, you will probably find that you don't get much Warning. If you already have that one, you will probably find that you don't get much extra from The Real Astrology.
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We compare separately essential and separately accidental dignities for both sides. The better wins or at least does not lose. SImple as that. Is it? So the main problem of understanding this matter what many astrologers have including mentined person in this post is that they wathched several same charts and when they used the same explanations the could not make connection between same ruler as victory team and what they called favourite. Favourite is the team which we imagine to win. But it is not.
About goals they wnated to connect goals with the moon as the moon represnts the game. Non sence. The game has no connectin with victory. So the Moon can show the event but not the winner. The Moon can show the goal but in some aspect and not in any chart. The explanation is also simple depends for whom. The aspects happen in the sky just once so the happen at one match from several at the same time. But it can make confusion why not at the others.
Becouse the aspect happens once and we can make of charts , who cares. So the point with goals is to find the rule how they resuts with goals at the matches. Nothing else.
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This is the biggest problem at all. So how to mix methods? First of all Horary is the method and we here have the system hopefully recognized. U can use in this system any rule from Horary except Moon void of course and Casimi. Casimi are under the question becouse the followed logic is different. In short this is all. What is the difference between sports? There is no difference. It only differs in symbols and in sport's rules, nothing else.
Something else about the strength and points we use as value. What are the points and what makes sence to use them? The points are value as agreed or defined. Point can be measured as 3. So what is number ONE in this case? Nothing else than value for the points.
After all let us say that you, I mean all of you can cook the beef or pork at the same way it will be eatable but it does make more taste if you grill pork a little bit. So why to expect the 2nd edition of Horary method. That stands through centuries and nothing new can be. Originally Posted by Jibreil.