Asteroids

Testimonies for Urania

Last updated:4th January, 2014Mythological lore The Muses in Greek mythology are the goddesses who inspire the creation of literature and the arts. Originally said to be three in number, by the Classical times of the 400s BC, their number had grown and become set at nine goddesses who embody...
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Testimonies for Toro

Last updated:4th January, 2014Mythological lore For this asteroid we don’t have any mythological history, he is named after Mrs. Samuel Herrick (a United States Representative from Ohio). Was discovered in 1862 and, due to resonance, is sometimes called "Earth’s second satellite".             Martha Lang-Wescott analysis “Toro is Ernest...
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Testimonies for Eurydike

Last updated:4th January, 2014Mythological lore In Greek mythology, Eurydice was an oak nymph or a sweet maiden. She was the wife of Orpheus. Orpheus loved her dearly; on their wedding day, Orpheus played songs filled with happiness as his bride danced through the meadow. One day, a satyr had...
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Testimonies for Ceres

Last updated:11th January, 2014 Mythological lore Ceres is the roman goddess of growing plants and of motherly love, usually equated with the Greek goddess Demeter. Ceres was the daughter of Saturn and Ops, wife-sister of Jupiter, mother of Proserpina by Jupiter and sister of Juno, Vesta, Neptune and Pluto. Ceres...
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Testimonies for Circe

Last updated:4th January, 2014Mythological lore In Greek mythology, Circe, is a Queen goddess (or sometimes a nymph, witch, enchantress or sorceress) living on the island of Aeaea. Circe’s father was Helios, the god of the Sun and the owner of the land where Odysseus’ men ate cattle, and her...
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Why Asteroids Testimony?

Last updated:4th January, 2014  Because every astrologer must help astrology to develop, has to give something in return for what he received.   Because, even the asteroids research it is something new, it is already proven that their influences can be experienced by us.   Because I like this...
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Angles and Prediction

Last updated:4th January, 2014  Published in 2007 by Treehouse Mountain, this book represents a lifetime work and has an enormous amount of information, reflected in her size (550 pages). What you will find inside? It is simple! The interpretation of the aspects made by asteroids together and with planets....
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A Practical Guide to Traditional Astrology

Last updated:4th January, 2014 Published by Arhat Publications, first time in 1997 and then in 2007 (second edition), this book presents some astrological techniques from the late Hellenistic and Medieval periods. Joseph Crane, the co-founder of the Astrological Institute, also wrote Astrological Roots: The Hellenistic Legacy, a book which...
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Essays on Astrology

Last updated:4th January, 2014 Published by Whitford Press in 1982, the book contains 13 essays who are, in fact, former published articles, some among his first writings.   1. The Moon, the Four Phases of the Feminine Here is some theory about the Moon symbolism. Among many ideas I...
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Horoscope Symbols Book

Last updated:11th January, 2014 Published in 1981 by Whitford Press, it is one of his first books, but this does not mean it is obsolete. More, I would say it is the first book that should be studied when someone starts to learn astrology. That’s why I chose this...
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