Tag Archives: Lee Lehman

Lilly’s definition of the Void of Course Moon

Recently Chris Brennan did a podcast on the various definitions of the void of course Moon. I thought it would be useful to clarify how Lilly used the concept because it is not widely understood in the astrological community. As … Continue reading

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Horary: Will I pass the exam?

The 17th century astrologer William Lilly did not discuss questions about examinations in his classic text on horary astrology (1647), so modern horary astrologers are somewhat left to their own devices in answering such questions. One can find references in … Continue reading

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Have horary astrologers misunderstood triplicity rulers?

Most horary astrologers have learned William Lilly’s system of triplicity rulers, derived from Ptolemy, in which each sign is ruled by one triplicity ruler by day and another one by night. In his table of dignities (CA, 104), Lilly gives … Continue reading

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