After seven years of investigation, Alan Leo abandoned the various methods advocated by the different schools of exoteric astrology and began adopting a system, based on his own study and experience, which was centered on what is known as the progressed horoscope. The progressed horoscope is based on the "Day For A Year" system of progressing the nativity, a system first employed by the ancient Arabian astrologers. If not the ideal system of prediction, claimed Leo, it is certainly the most simple and on the whole the most satisfactory astrology system ever put forward. This Cosimo Classic is a reprint of the First Edition, originally published in 1905. ALAN LEO (1860-1917) is often called "the father of modern astrology." He was born a Leo Sun with Virgo Rising, in Westminster, London and given the name William Frederick Allan. He taught himself astrology at the age of 28 and within a decade he was sole proprietor of the enormously successful Modern Astrology Publishing Company and its magazine, which eventually became known as Modern Astrology. His thirty books on the subject fostered a revival in legitimate astrology in the twentieth century.
Gives detailed instructions on how to interpret the progressed chart & transits. The author conveys the practical information for delineating such horoscopes & how to use them in actual practice. In addition, it contains interpretations for all the major factors in the progressed chart.
This volume contains a wealth of information and explicit calculations for using the sidereal zodiac. After introducing the sidereal technique the authors continue with the method of conversion from the tropical zodiac. They go on to describe and demonstrate the progressed horoscope, primary directing of the angles, the sidereal solar return, and solar quotidian progression. Examples are used throughout. Continuing on, the authors introduce progressions, the progressed sidereal solar return, regression and sidereal lunar return. Includes an extensive section on the art of interpretation. If you use the tropical zodiac but want a concise and complete description of sidereal astrology, this is the book for you.
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This book is part 2 of Course 10 in the 21 Brotherhood of Light Course series by C. C. Zain on the Hermetic Sciences, Astrology, Alchemy, Tarot, Kabbalah and the Occult. It is an intermediate to advanced level astrology course on calculating and interpreting natal horoscope progressions and transits. This book, which was originally entitled Predicting Events, teaches the student how to calculate and interpret secondary (Major), Minor and Transit progressed aspects of a natal chart. The book shows how the movement of the planets in the chart after birth reveal probable future trends through indicating the manner in which an individual’s astral (unconscious mind) thought cell structures are stimulated and work to attract activities and events into the life. With this information the individual may seize opportunities or take precautionary action, and through various techniques presented in the book, initiate mental and physical actions to achieve the most desirable outcome. This book discusses how to calculate and interpret the Hermetic system of major (secondary) and minor progressions, how transit aspects act as triggers for major progressions, and how to rectify a horoscope when the exact birth time is unknown. This book is recommended for advanced students and professionals and for intermediate students who have studied Course 1, Astrological Signatures, the first two chapters of Course 8, Horary Astrology, and Course 10-1, Natal Astrology: Delineating the Horoscope, by C. C. Zain.
Horoscopes of Latin America is Marc Penfield's fifth book on countries of the world, each arranged by continent. This encyclopedic tome is divided into four sections: Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and South America. It's the definitive work on 40 countries and colonies that make up this part of the world. Most countries, except the Caribbean, declared their independence from Spain or Portugal over a brief period of time. Some became monarchies (Mexico and Brasil) while others joined forces with other countries for a while. The nations of Central America (except Panama) bear close scrutiny as they gained their freedom at the same moment in time; their birth dates are identical, but when the charts are relocated there are some major differences, especially for Costa Rica. Marc Penfield outlines the basic character of the Latin American people by delineating the chart for Isabela, the oldest European settlement in the western hemisphere. Charts for over 130 cities have been included, most of them for their founding date, a few for their charter date. Progressed aspects to the angles for each city and country are shown, which makes this book a valuable teaching tool for students learning the mundane, or geopolitical, branch of astrology.
Horoscopes of Europe is Marc Penfield's third book on countries of the world arranged by continent. This encyclopedic book is the definitive work on the 51 nations that make up the world's smallest continent, from its largest (Russia) to four diminuitive nations inside Italy, three of them shown here for the first time (Montenegro, Seborga and Sov. Military Order of Malta). This extremely valuable reference work is one that no astrologer interested in mundane, or political, astrology can afford to be without. A century ago, Europe had only 26 countries, most of them monarchies, only half of which remain today. Over the following eight decades, nine more nations were born and with the break-up of the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia, 15 more countries emerged onto the world scene. Many countries have two horoscopes-one for its original monarchy, the other for its transition to democracy. France and Germany have many charts from their emergence in the Middle Ages down through a millennia to become the powerhouses of Europe. Charts for the Roman Republic and Empire are also shown. The Eurasian countries of the Caucasus have also been included as they straddle Europe and Asia as do the countries of Russia and Turkey. Charts for more than 135 European cities have also been included, calculated for when they were granted their charters. Appendix A has horoscopes for every member of the European Union, while Appendix B has the author's rectified birth times for most cities shown in this book. This appendix also has the author's speculative birth dates for the cities of London and Paris. Marc Penfield is a double Scorpio with Gemini rising. Known as an historian and researcher and a lover of history and geography, his many years as a travel agent enabled him to journey to many of the places he writes about. Marc Penfield is the author of Bon Voyage (on relocation techniques), Solar Returns in Your Face, Stars over England (with brief bios on its monarchs), Horoscopes of the USA and Canada (now in its 2nd printing), and Horoscopes of Asia, Australia and the Pacific.
The scientific, historic, and popular basis behind the ancient art of astrology is explored in this comprehensive reference. The guide also includes a table of astrological glyphs and abbreviations, a section on casting a chart, and a chapter that explains and interprets every planet in every house and sign.
The Astrology Handbook provides tools that absolutely anyone can use to accurately analyze character and predict the future with Natal, Progressed, Solar Arc, Solar and Lunar Returns and Transit charts. The revolutionary information is arranged so that the beginning or advanced Astrologer can use it immediately to interpret the future for themselves or others with the skills of a professional.
This book is the autobiography of an occultist and pioneer astrologer from 1894 to 1946. Brahy founded the Belgian Institute of Astrology and its astrological journal Demain, and he also founded the Belgian branch of the Rosicrucian Fellowship. From the late 1920s on, he published stock market advisory letters and a book explaining the astrological methods that he used. He gives an account of the development of astrology in the 1920s and 1930s, culminating with the three International Congresses of Astrologers in Europe and his visits to the U.S. in 1937 and 1939. And he tells how astrology managed to thrive during the Nazi occupation of Belgium 1939-1944. He also gives a valuable assessment of the difficulties encountered in managing both an astrological consulting business and a magazine and book publishing business. And throughout the book he discusses the problems of astrology and its place in modern society. Readers interested in Astrology and Rosicrucianism will find many fascinating details of Brahy's experiences and associations with leading figures in those fields. Brahy's horoscope and an Index of Persons have been added to this translation of the presentation copy that he sent to his friend and AFA founder Ernest Grant in April 1947.