Tag Archives: Aries Ingress

The Centre of the World in Ancient Astrology

Recently I was reading an article by Shlomo Sela about A Newly Discovered Treatise by Abraham Ibn Ezra (c.1089–c.1161) in which Sela discussed some of the astrological work done by Ibn Ezra during his stay in England. Among the many … Continue reading

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Angular Diameter, Sect, the 5-degree rule and the Aries Ingress

Modern practitioners of Hellenistic astrology have noticed that when the Sun is very close to the Ascendant, it can sometimes be difficult to judge the sect (diurnal or nocturnal) of a chart when delineating it using Hellenistic methods. Technically speaking, … Continue reading

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The 2017 Aries Ingress and the Terrorist Attack in London

The Aries Ingress of March 20, 2017 in London had Moon-ruled Cancer rising and no planets in the first house.  Cancer is also the sign of the next angle after the Sun, so Morinus would consider the Moon the Lady … Continue reading

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