Astrology for all: to which is added a complete system of predictive astrology for advanced students

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L.N. Fowler & Co., 1899

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Page 3 - I held and believed that the sun is the centre of the world and immovable, and that the earth is not the centre...
Page iv - Chaldean priests, who believed that " An affinity existed between the stars and the souls of men ; that the ethereal essence is Divine ; that the souls of men are taken from this reservoir, and return to it at death ; and that the souls of the more eminent of mankind are converted into stars.
Page 36 - ALL. personal they are melancholic, doubtful and sceptical, and inclined to be very indifferent and perverse ; and when working on the lower levels they are constantly repining and expressing a heavy, morose, cold and distant nature, their despondency and gloom carrying them into an obscurity that is painful to themselves and all who are connected •with them. When very backward in their development they become miserly, avaricious, deceptive and dishonourable. Capricornian individuals are capable...
Page 38 - ... all their pursuits. They are persons one feels one can depend upon, and they inspire trust by their equable dispositions. They are always kind, humane, and retiring in disposition. They are exceedingly fond of art, music and literature, but seem to have more ability for scientific studies ; in these they are helped considerably by their intuitive and penetrating nature. When fully individualised, they have a great love for all humanitarian undertakings and concerns that produce harmony for the...
Page iii - ... as man, — as old as the universe itself, for it began with it. From Babylonia and the Chaldeans we find a belief in astrology spreading throughout the whole world. Once the religion of a great and mighty race, it taught its people wisely, lifting their aspirations by faith and knowledge as well as reverence through the media of the planetary spirits to the supreme one and universal spirit, the logos of the solar system. Since the days of the happy Chaldeans...
Page i - Be humble. if thou would'st attain to Wisdom. Be humbler still. when Wisdom thou hast mastered. Be like the Ocean which receives all streams and rivers. The Ocean's mighty calm remains unmoved; it feels them not.

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