'The following text was written in the last summer and concludes the yearly meetings between Giancarlo Ufficiale, a founding member of Cieloeterra, who coordinated the group, Paola Fornai, a CIDA certified member, and the gentle author of this blog. The method is the one taught in Almugea School, inspired to the methods of traditional astrology, as made known by CieloeTerra, the Italian Association for Traditional Astrology'
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On April 1st 2009 at 13:57 PM a helicopter crashed in the North Sea, 14 miles from Peterhead. All 16 people on board were killed. The event chart very clearly shows a picture of this tragedy. The 9th house, representing the helicopter, is ruled by Jupiter.....
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"Fixed stars have a prominent part in traditional astrology: Ptolemy in the first book of Tetrabiblos lists them without giving any meaning, but we have several alternative sources for them, Manilius and Firmicus in the Latin world, Anonymous of 379 and two chapters from Liber Hermetis in the late Antiquity, and in the Middle Age and Renaissance was well known Albumasar’s chapter about paranatellonta .
"As it is next in order to recount the natures of the fixed stars with reference to their special powers, we shall set forth their observed characters in an exposition like that of the natures of the planets, and in the first place those of the ones that occupy the figures in the zodiac itself.
The stars in the head of Aries, then, have an effect like the power of Mars and Saturn, mingled; those in the mouth like Mercury's power and moderately like Saturn's; those in the hind foot like that of Mars, and those in the tail like that of Venus.
"When we open the section on primary directions in William Lilly's Christian Astrology we can see directions to fixed stars. If primary directions designated as 'exotics' in modern astrological practice, then primary directions to fixed stars could be considered to be the 'exotics' of 'exotics'. Nevertheless, primary directions to fixed stars are not unusual in astrological tradition.