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Masha’allah: Acquire a kingdom?

Masha’allah spent the year 791 writing up a number of horary charts of his clients. On 23 May 791 a client asked whether he would be granted a kingdom which he was seeking. Here is a chart set for Baghdad … Continue reading

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Another example of 12th parts in horary

The ancient Babylonians and the Hellenistic astrologers used twelfth-parts (dodecatemoria) of the signs of the zodiac.  The idea is that each sign can be projected onto the entire zodiac circle, with each 2.5 degrees (twelfth-part) of a sign being projected … Continue reading

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Masha’allah: Will a sick person recover?

The 8th century Jewish Muslim astrologer Masha’allah had a way of analyzing horary charts that is quite instructive. In the previous post I reviewed one of his charts about a 10th house matter. Here I would like to consider how … Continue reading

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Perfection by opposition: a horary by Masha’allah

Masha’allah (730-815 CE) was a Jewish astrologer from Basra who converted to Islam. His books were very influential in teaching the methods of horary astrology. In his work On Reception he gives several case examples, among which is the following, which … Continue reading

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Masha’allah vs Lilly on Horary Astrology

Recently I read a post by a traditional astrologer, Konrad, at his site Esmeralda Astrology regarding  Masha’allah’s method of Horary  Astrology.  The question was “Will I get the job?” and the astrologer understood and cast the chart for May 17, 2011 … Continue reading

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