Monthly Archives: September 2021

Horary on the fly

Recently I was visiting my in-laws because of an illness in the family. On Saturday, 25 Sep 2021, my sister-in-law was about to prepare some food from a recipe but she couldn’t find her reading glasses. She recalled having used … Continue reading

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The Death of Henri II of France

Recently I was corresponding with Spanish astrologer Pedro Hern├índez about the chart of King Henri II of France because Pedro was preparing a blog post about the legendary death of the king in a jousting match, which was supposedly predicted … Continue reading

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The Birth Chart of Charles E.O. Carter

Recently I was reading a book by Charles Carter (31 Jan 1887 — 4 Oct 1968) and wondered what his birth chart looked like. A quick internet search revealed that there are several charts, all within a few minutes and … Continue reading

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The geocentric wheel and planets as seen from Earth

This morning (9 Sep 2021) I was experimenting with different ways of viewing our solar system. The following images show the geocentric perspective from Earth as well as that of an observer outside our solar system at the same moment … Continue reading

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Lilly’s Tradesman: Will I be rich, or subsist of myself without marriage? (CA 177)

To illustrate certain horary principles William Lilly presented a chart (CA 177) of a question by a tradesman who asked about several matters, including whether he would eventually be rich. Here is the chart recalculated by modern computer, but very … Continue reading

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