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The ancients held a profound reverence for the art and craft of astrology... and so have plenty of thoroughly modern folks. This delightfully portentous 1901 guide to casting a horoscope and interpreting the stars introduces the reader to the Ptolemaic roots of astrology and explains everything the amateur forecaster needs to know:
* the important facts of "human crystallization" * how to determine the exact place and time of your birth, necessary for astrological calculations * appreciating the differences between fire, air, earth, and water signs * incorporating our "modern" knowledge of Uranus and Neptune into the rules of ancient astrology * understanding "houses," "angles," and "aspects" * how to formulate predictions from cast horoscopes * and more.About the Author:
Pseudonymous American astrologer A. ALPHEUS (b. 1868) also wrote Complete Hypnotism (1902).
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