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Divisors and Participating Planets as a Team

Recently during a discussion with a group of astrologers someone asked how to interpret the interaction of the divisor and the participating planet in an annual forecast. The study of divisors and participants is an ancient predictive technique which Dorotheus … Continue reading

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Saturn as the “Sun of the Night”

Back in the 1980s, while reading about the history of astrology, I came across the description of Saturn as the “Sun of the night,” which was apparently how the Babylonians viewed the ringed planet. This idea of Saturn playing the … Continue reading

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