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Unavailable for a number of years and long sought-after by magicians, this classic work is now available once again. No other system of divination approaches its level of public awareness and acceptance, as any newspaper editor who tries to pull the daily horoscope discovers when shrill letters of indignation flood in and do not stop until the horoscope is put back. Everybody knows their own Sun sign even if they do not know much else about astrology. Planetary alignments, comets, and eclipses arouse widespread interest for what they are thought to portend.
The authority of astrology may stem from its immense antiquity.
Its roots are lost in the prehistory of Egypt and Mesopotamia. Exactly how old it is no one can say for certain, but the Babylonians kept meticulous records of the heavens that were purported to stretch unbroken for thousands of years, and complete astrological textbooks were being studied by the Greeks and Romans long before the birth of Christ.
More likely it is the message of oneness with the universe that makes astrology so attractive today. No matter how remote the planets and stars may appear, astrology asserts that they have a direct effect in the life of each individual. Every person is thought of as an integral note in the vast symphony of the heavenly spheres. Despite its popularity many people shy away from the study of astrology because they consider it too difficult. It would be wonderful if a method existed to construct a horoscope that could be read strictly in keeping with the rules of astrology, but without the need to consider the geographical latitude or find Greenwich Mean Time, and without ever once having to refer to a single mathematical chart.
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Such a method would free the elegant interlocking symbolism of astrology, so beautiful and potent in its ancient grandeur, from the petty tyranny of a single fixed time and place. It would be possible to erect in a few minutes. The birth chart is fixed in celestial astrology. If the time and place are not known, it is impossible to even construct a horoscope, because there is nothing in the physical universe to base it upon. This problem often arises for those who have been adopted, or whose birth records have been destroyed by fire or otherwise lost. Astrologers will object that a chart not based upon the actual positions of the heavenly bodies is meaningless.
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They will say that astrology is the heavens, and the chart is no more than a way to record and represent the celestial pattern. This is a narrow view that can be disputed. What are the houses but arbitrary divisions of space? There is no such thing as a house in the actual heavens. The outer planets Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto cannot even be seen with the naked eye Uranus is barely visible under ideal seeing conditions , yet they are treated by modern astrologers as equal in importance to the inner planets, even though before the year William Herschel discovered Uranus they were totally unknown.
It is my own view that the stars and planets in the heavens do not exert physical influences upon human behavior and the natural world. For this reason I believe all attempts to make modern astrology more scientific by including the outer planets, or by using ever more precise measurements of position, by creating unequal house systems, and so on, are futile. Astrology was as accurate five centuries ago as it is today, perhaps more accurate. That great student of astrology, psychoanalyst Carl Jung, acknowledged the validity of astrology, but denied that it stems from stellar and planetary positions.
Referring to the precession of the equinoxes, which over time has displaced the actual signs of the zodiac from their astrological positions, Jung remarked in a letter: The fact that astrology nevertheless yields valid results proves that it is not the apparent positions of the stars which work, but rather the times which are measured or determined by arbitrarily named stellar positions.
Although I deny the direct physical influence of the stars and planets upon our daily lives, I do not reject astrology as a system of divination. It appears to me perfectly possible that this ancient symbolic system of analysis can offer many useful insights into human nature, and even foreshadow future events and conditions.
In this respect, I place astrology in exactly the same class as the I Ching, Tarot, and other oracles. To reject astrology merely because there is no physical evidence of a link between the planets and effects on Earth is to throw the baby out with the bath water. Astrology is a mental construction that functions within the psyche through the medium of symbols and their interaction. It is not a description of physical relationships between heavenly bodies. If the symbols of the signs and planets on an astrological chart are not to be based upon the positions of the actual stars and planets in the heavens, another mechanism must be used to locate them.
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It must be something that carries an equal weight of authority if it is to be relied upon for answers to important questions that may affect the future lives of human beings. He recognized the usefulness of a purely symbolic astrology, which was far greater in his day, when astrologers were forced to locate the planets using crude astronomical instruments or inaccurate outdated tables compiled centuries earlier.
In the beginning of his treatise Of Astronomical Geomancy he explained: Because Astronomy is so transcendent and subtle an Art in it self, that therein a man ought to have respect unto so many things before he can attaine to true judgement thereby, because the eye of the understanding will not pierce unto the half thereof, and few Doctors of our later time have been found so experienced therein that they know sufficiently how to judge thereby; Therefore I have composed this work, which I will have to be named Astronomical Geomancy; wherein, I will sufficiently teach how to judge with less labour and study.
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For in this present science it is not requisite to be hold neither the Ascendant, nor the hour in a Table, as it is in Astrology. The same cannot be said for a similar system of geomantic astrology. Each geomantic figure is made up of four rows composed of either one or two dots. The rows are derived by randomly poking parallel lines of marks in the ground with a stick. An odd number of marks results in one dot on the corresponding row of the figure; an even number of marks generates two dots on the figure.
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Geomancy enjoyed great popularity in Rome and medieval Europe. Each geomantic figure bears a Latin name and is associated with one of the seven traditional planets and one of the twelve signs of the zodiac. The antiquity of the process of selecting the figures by randomly pricking marks in the soil lends it the authority of tradition. The occult rationale was that earth spirits would direct the fall of the stick and so determine the figures.
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