This workbook is designed to help you to overcome your fears about astrology math. If you didn't have at least some fears about learning how to calculate charts by hand, you wouldn't be reading this book. This is nothing to be ashamed of.
Author: Kevin B. Burk
Publisher: Serendipity Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Don't Panic! This workbook is designed to help you to overcome your fears about astrology math. If you didn't have at least some fears about learning how to calculate charts by hand, you wouldn't be reading this book. This is nothing to be ashamed of. Unless you have kids in high school, the last time you were presented with an algebra problem was probably when you were in high school. And face it: you probably hated it then, too. This will be much easier for you than it was in high school. For one thing, you're allowed (and even expected) to use a calculator here. Math is, in fact, your friend. Granted, it's the kind of friend that wakes you up in the middle of the night, raids your refrigerator and then passes out on your living room floor, but it's still your friend. And if you're serious about learning astrology, you do have to be able to do the math-or at the very least understand how the math is done. This workbook will teach you all of the astrology math you will ever need.
The math of astrology is nothing more than simple addition and subtraction using
preset formulas. But in today's world you don't ever have to pick up a pencil.
There are numerous online sites where you can get a computer-calculated birth ...
Author: Kris Brandt Riske
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
The easiest way to learn astrology is to start with yourself. Your astrological birth chart is a powerful tool for gaining a deeper understanding of your unique gifts, talents, challenges, and life's purpose. As you begin to decipher the wealth of information in your own birth chart, you'll experience astrology in a personally meaningful way-which makes it easier to understand and remember. Once you learn the basics of astrology, you'll be able to read the birth charts of yourself and others. This friendly guidebook is the most complete introduction to astrology available. Popular astrologer Kris Brandt Riske presents the essentials of astrology in a clear, step-by-step way, paying special attention to three areas of popular interest: relationships, career, and money. She explains the meaning of the planets, zodiac signs, houses, and aspects, and how to interpret their significance in your chart. Over 30 illustrations, including the birth charts of several famous people—Al Gore, Oprah Winfrey, Brad Pitt, and Tiger Woods, to name just a few—add a helpful visual dimension to your learning experience. Practical and positive, Llewellyn's Complete Book of Astrology offers techniques for using astrology to identify the qualities you seek in an ideal mate, realize your career and financial potential, calculate your luck, and discover your inner strength.
Author: M. G. Bucholtz B. Sc MbaPublish On: 2013-06
From the Golden Mean and Fibonacci Sequence through planetary transit lines and square roots to an examination of lunar astrology, planetary aspects and market cycles, the numerous illustrated examples in this book will assist you to deepen ...
Author: M. G. Bucholtz B. Sc Mba
Category: Business & Economics
Can the movements of Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus affect market cycles? Are prices swings on the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 a reflection of lunar and planetary placements? Many people are surprised to find that changes in price trends on the financial markets are a reflection of the changing psychological emotions of market participants. Our emotions are impacted by the varying gravitational pulls and energy levels in our planetary cosmos. Scientific techniques such as square root mathematics, the Golden Mean, the Golden Sequence and astrological phenomena like lunar events, planetary transits and planetary aspects can thus be used to identify short term changes in price trend and long term market cycles. In the early part of the 20th century many successful traders on Wall Street, including the venerable W.D. Gann and the mysterious Louise McWhirter understood that emotion was intimately linked to the forces of nature. They used these scientific techniques and astrological phenomena to predict changes to price trend and to profit from the markets. The Lost Science will acquaint you with an extensive range of astrological and mathematical phenomena. From the Golden Mean and Fibonacci Sequence through planetary transit lines and square roots to an examination of lunar astrology, planetary aspects and market cycles, the numerous illustrated examples in this book will assist you to deepen your understanding of the financial markets and make better informed and more timely trading and investing decisions.
This Third Edition of Volume 2 of the highly popular and best-selling The Only Way to Learn Astrology series updates the calculation material with examples using newer reference works and the whole number system.
Author: Marion D. March
Publisher: Only Way to Learn Astrology
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This Third Edition of Volume 2 of the highly popular and best-selling The Only Way to Learn Astrology series updates the calculation material with examples using newer reference works and the whole number system. Part I explains the mathematics of horoscope calculation, with clear, easy-to-follow instructions for erecting an accurate birth chart. With this book you can develop the skills required for Certification as a Professional Astrologer. But it's much more than math alone! Part II instructs and offers interpretations for a wealth of material not often included in other basic astrology texts. You'll learn about emphasis and lacks by element and mode, chart patterns, aspect configurations, retrogrades, interceptions and more! Part III details in-depth psychological analysis plus pre-natal eclipses, Arabian parts, Vertex and Fixed Stars. Fifty-five charts of well-known people are used to illustrate the various techniques.
What Qin refers to as esoteric mathematics is more often referred to as shushu a
general term that included not only mathematics but also astronomy, astrology,
music and divination, and exoteric mathematics is what modern scholars ...
Author: Ho Peng Yoke
Though there are a number of well-written works on Chinese divination, there are none that deal with the three sophisticated devices that were employed by the Chinese Astronomical Bureau in the eleventh century and for hundreds of years thereafter. Chinese experts applied the methods associated with these devices to both weather forecasting and to the interpretation of human affairs. Hidden by a veil of secrecy, these methods have always been relatively little known other than by their names. The first work in any language to explore these three methods, known as sanshi (three cosmic boards), this book sheds light on a topic which has been shrouded in mystery for centuries, having been kept secret for many years by the Chinese Astronomical Bureau.
Introduction - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - THE AUTHOR Julius Firmicus Maternus is
known to us as the author of two works of the fourth century A . D . The first ,
Matheseos Libri VIII ( Eight Books of the Mathesis , or Theory of Astrology )
stands as the ...
Author: Julius Firmicus Maternus
Publisher: Astrology Center of America
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Julius Firmicus Maternus, a native of Sicily, was a Roman lawyer of the senatorial class. He lived in the first half of the fourth century AD (c.280-c.360). He was also a student of Greek astrology, which forms the basis of this book. Of this book, James Herschel Holden writes, "The Mathesis is the lengthiest astrological treatise that has come down to us from the classical period. It consists of eight books, of which the first forms an introductory essay on astrology, and the rest set forth the fundamentals of Greek astrology. Several sections contain material that is found nowhere else...." (History of Horoscopic Astrology, pg. 66.) The translator writes, "Magic, philosophy, science and theology combine in strange ways in the thinking of the last centuries of the Roman empire..... Firmicus seemed worthy of note for many reasons. He is almost alone as author of works produced both before and after an apparent conversion to Christianity.... He left a lengthy handbook detailing the astrological practices of his day, the only work which has come down to us in its entirety [90% complete: Holden] out of numerous astrological treatises written in the Hellenistic and Roman periods..... This manual was important because it was the channel for astrological lore to the Middle Ages and Renaissance." (from the Preface) Jean Rhys Bram holds a degree in Latin from the University of Chicago, and a Ph.D. in Classics from New York University. She taught Latin, ancient Greek, and Mythology at Hunter College until her retirement. At 92, she continues to read widely and tutor students. She enjoys the company of twelve cats.
Do the math. Figure the odds. Get a closer look at the risk factors, odds, percentages. Zero in on a best bet versus a general caution. This book is a tool focused on the achievement of total comprehension of astrological philosophy
When Is it hopeless to go against your daily horoscope advice? When should you just give in and go along with the Sun and the Moon and the stars and the planets? Figure the odds. How much power do you have over them? Sometimes you do, sometimes you don't. Find out how and when. Maximize your daily horoscope advice. The aim of this book is to discover a more complete accurate analysis of the daily horoscope. After you get the general astrological consensus sometimes you need to see a more specific set of answers. Do the math. Figure the odds. Get a closer look at the risk factors, odds, percentages. Zero in on a best bet versus a general caution. This book is a tool focused on the achievement of total comprehension of astrological philosophy
It is a fun- filled journey divided into three parts: dates & data; maps, motors & meanings; math for the path. The book includes a table of proportional logarithms.
Author: Jayne Marsh Keleher
Looks at the facts for a basic understanding & delineations of the horoscope. It is a fun- filled journey divided into three parts: dates & data; maps, motors & meanings; math for the path. The book includes a table of proportional logarithms.
Believing in astrology in the face of the overwhelming evidence against itisbeing
closeminded. ... Some astrologers weaklyclaim astrologyshould
beconsideredascience becauseofthe mathematical calculationsthey use in
Author: John Ankerberg
Publisher: ATRI Publishing
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
A thorough analysis of this important subject is badly needed. That is why this book addresses the vital issues of astrology authoritatively & in some depth. It explains the power & influence of astrology; how astrology claims to work; the world view about astrology; the truth about chart interpretation; the alleged evidence for astrology; why astrology works; astrology & the occult. It answers the questions: What exactly is astrology? Do the heavens really influence life on earth? What does the Bible say about astrology? Are astrology & Christian doctrine compatible? Many examples & experiences are shared in this extensive study on astrology.
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till Kepler , who liad a trong of Hipparchus , which he made at Alexandria , the ca.
bias towards the ancient astrology . pital of Egypt , and lodged in a secure place ...
In this book the natures of the fixed stars and constellations as known by the classicists are discussed in detail. Methods of delineating the fixed stars are indicated, with special emphasis on the applications to judicial astrology.
Author: George Noonan
Publisher: American Federation of Astr
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Perhaps the least understood and most misused elements in astrology today are the fixed stars. Current practice is to consider the stars as no more than mini-manifestations of the planets whose nature they are presumed to hold. The locations of the stars projected onto the ecliptic are then considered valid points for aspectual relationships. No special significance is attributed to the non-zodiacal constellations; nor is a star's location within a constellation given any weight whatsoever. Finally, modern astrology places no distinction on the use of the stars and constellations in genethliacal astrology and the other branches of the ancient art. In this book the natures of the fixed stars and constellations as known by the classicists are discussed in detail. Methods of delineating the fixed stars are indicated, with special emphasis on the applications to judicial astrology. Included are chapters on the nature of the fixed stars; the northern, southern and zodiacal constellations; genethliacal applications of the fixed stars; judicial astrology; and three appendices with information on mathematics and rulership and a complete listing of the fixed stars.
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Ptolemaic astronomy . There is however some reason for thinking that mathematics received far more attention here than was then usual at other
A fraction of this money is spent on sophisticated Web programs that, to the
average person, contain deep and arcane mathematical computations. What is
the common sense of astrology? It depends whom you ask, and the answer is ...
Author: Philip J. Davis
Publisher: CRC Press
From the Preface: "This book is addressed to all who are curious about the nature of mathematics and its role in society. It is neither a text book nor a specialists' book. It consists of a number of loosely linked essays that may be read independently and for which I have tried to provide a leitmotif by throwing light on the relationship between m
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means , all these relate to mathematics rather than astrology . No , as above
stated , an ...
Our certainty concerning simple mathematical propositions does not seem
analogous to our certainty that the sun will rise tomorrow . I do not mean that we
feel more sure of the one than the other , though perhaps we ought to do so ; I