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Astrological Roots: The Hellenistic Legacy

Last updated:11th January, 2014  Joseph Crane (b. 1954 Brighton, MA) is an American astrologer and psychotherapist who practiced astrology since the late 1980’s and is the co-founder of the Astrology Institute. His main interest is to understand and teach Hellenistic astrology or, even more, "to reformulate modern astrology by...
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Matheseos Libri VIII

Last updated:11th January, 2014  Julius Firmicus Maternus (280-360 A.D.) was a Sicilian lawyer from the upper nobility who retired from his career in order to devote himself to science and literature. He wrote Matheseos Libri VIII around 330 A.D. and dedicated to his friend, the consul Lollianus Mavortius. The...
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The Beginning of Wisdom

Last updated:11th January, 2014  Rabbi Avraham Ibn Ezra (1089-1164 CE), born in Spain, was a Jewish astrologer also known as a poet, scientist and Bible commentator. In astrology the most appreciated books wrote by Ibn-Ezra are The Beginning of Wisdom (1148 CE), The Book of Reasons, The Book of...
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