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Spring Equinox / Nouruz - 2017

Wishing Everyone a Great Spring Equinox / Nouruz The Chart is Set for GMT.

The celebration of the New Year in one way or another is virtually universal, although what is recognized as the new year differs. 433 more words

Traditional Astrology

Davao City, the City of Jupiter

Sun in Pisces, Moon in Sagittarius with domicile Lord of Luminaries is well dignified Jupiter in Sagittarius.

Davao City Inception chart: Time Unknown

Davao City’s inception chart has the Sun and Moon in the domiciles of Jupiter- the Sun in Pisces and Moon in Sagittarius. 899 more words


Commentary on Averrores - BBC

Abū l-Walīd Muḥammad Ibn ʾAḥmad Ibn Rushd‎ (Latinized as Averroes), lived from 14 April 1126 – 10 December 1198. He was a Medieval Andalusian polymath who wrote profusely on logic, Aristotelian and Islamic philosophy, theology, the Maliki school of Islamic jurisprudence,  psychology, political and Andalusian classical music theory, geography and mathematics, Averroes is of great importance in Islamic philosophy for multiple reasons. 64 more words

Traditional Astrology

Step by step: How to read natal chart

Art of natal chart interpretation is wide and complex. Who ever said you will not need any private information from your client was lying.

There is no way we can 100% say, Mars/Saturn conjunction in the seventh house, accident by a lover. 1,725 more words


On Aspects in Geomantic Interpretation

Geomantically interpreting the House Chart usually necessitates a bit of knowledge about astrology.  Even though geomancy can be interpreted completely without relying on any sort of astrological symbolism or techniques, one of the biggest innovations that geomancy developed was to incorporate these very same symbols and methods into geomantic technique.   5,176 more words


Al-Kindi – The Transmission of Greek Metaphysics to Islamic Theology

A blog post on someone of the stature of al-Kindi can scarcely do him justice; but it can serve as an introduction to this extraordinary man as well as the transmission and absorption of Greek texts into Islamic theology. 1,995 more words

Medieval Astrology

Isra and Mi'raj in the Zubdat-al Tawarikh

First and foremost, I’m fascinated that a book on the natural world is prefaced with a painting of how that world is both sustained and came into being.  1,604 more words

Medieval Astrology