Five Medieval Astrologers
This book contains translations of five astrological treatises by Medieval astrologers: Albumasar: The Book of Flowers, an anthology of rules for Mundane Astrology; Ptolemy: The Centiloquy; Hermes Trismegistus: The Centiloquy; Bethen: The Centiloquy; Almansor: The One Hundred and Fifty Propositions. This is the first comprehensive publication of these treatises, which were translated by James Herschel Holden, Research Director of the American Federation of Astrologers. He is especially interested in Classical and Medieval astrological works.
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8th house air sign Albumasar angles Aphorism appear Aquarius Arabic ASC's ascending Ashmand aspected Saturn astrological benefic Planet Bethen bicorporeal sign Book of Flowers cadent Cancer Capricorn Caput Cauda Centiloquy century chart circle Coley comet complexion of Saturn configurations conjoined conjunction corruption death degree destruction direct domicile enemies Erhard Ratdolt evil exaltation fall fixed signs fixed stars fortune Gemini gifts and services happen hindrance hour impedited infirmities infortune John of Seville Jupiter kind of action king Latin text Latin version latitude north Libra light lord malefic Mars means Mercury Moon is separated Moreover Native nature nobles Node occidental Old Latin opposition oriental Parisinus pestilence Pisces printed text Ptolemy Querent Question retrograde revolution rich ruler rustics Sagittarius Scorpio sects sextile sextile aspect sick person signifies similarly square aspect superior Planets Taurus terrestrial signs things tion translation triplicity Venus Virgo water sign word