Tag Archives: Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson

An example of CAZIMI in horary

The horary literature speaks of planets being in the state of “cazimi” or “in the heart of the Sun,” meaning that that are located within 17 minutes of arc from the center of the Sun. Since, to the human eye, … Continue reading

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A Classic Horary by James Wilson – will my friend live or die?

In his 1909 text on Horary Astrology Alan Leo reproduces a classic horary chart by James Wilson, taken from Wilson’s Dictionary of Astrology. In January of 1819 a good friend of Wilson took ill with fever and shortness of breath. … Continue reading

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Wynn’s #14 Theory

Recently I’ve been looking at the work of American astrologer Sidney Kimball Bennett, a.k.a. Wynn. In her book¬†Here and There in Astrology¬†(1961) Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson discusses a chart on pages 46-50 in which she uses the Wynn #14 Theory to predict … Continue reading

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