Rhetorius the Egyptian

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American Federation of Astr, 2009 - 246 pages
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This book contains the Astrological Compendium of the late Classical astrologer Rhetorius the Egyptian. It contains his Explanation and Narration of The Whole Art of Astrology, and was translated from the Greek by James Herschel Holden, M.A., Research Director of the American Federation of Astrologers. Also included are the treatises by Teucer of Babylon on the Nature of the Signs of the Zodiac and the Nature of the Seven planets. Rhetorius was the last major astrological writer of the Classical period of Greek Astrology.
  

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Preface
1
Masculine and Feminine Signs and Houses and Stars That Become Masculine and Feminine
3
The Sects of the Stars
4
The Natures of the Twelve Signs
5
Licentious Signs
6
The Oppositions of the Stars
7
The Sect of the Rulers of the Triplicities
8
The 36 Decans and the Paranatellonta and the Faces
9
The Sun
124
The Ascendant
125
General Configurations of Those Who Are Exiled
129
The Phases of the Moon
130
The Ascending Node and the Descending Node
131
General Configurations of Those Enjoying Good Fortune
132
Action and Pursuits
134
The Three Stars That Signify Actions
137

The Bright Fixed Stars and the Powers of the Paranatellonta
12
The Risingtimes of the Signs
13
The Parts of the Body Ruled by the Signs
14
Disjunct Signs and Those Having Sympathy with Each Other
16
Squares That Are Sympathetic and Those That Are Not
17
Hearing and Seeing Signs
19
The Doryphory of the Stars
20
The Outofsect Doryphory
21
Effective Houses
22
The Houseruler
23
Bonding
24
Chariots
25
Times Of Life of the Angles and Succedents and Cadents
26
Signification of These Lots
27
The Complete and Least Years Of the Stars
29
How One Calculates the Increment of the Signs and the Hours of the Climes
30
The Greatest Years and the Complete Revolutions of the Seven Stars
31
Influences of the Doryphories of the Sun
32
Childbirth
41
The Kinds Of Natives Indicated by the Dayruler and the Hourruler
42
Significations of the Twelve Houses of the Chart
43
The Power of the Fixed Stars
100
The General Configurations of the Moon
109
The Dodecatemorion
110
General Configurations of Injuries and Sicknesses
112
Degrees Harmful to the Eyes
117
Those Who Are Bald
118
Madmen and Epileptics
119
Lechers and Drunkards and Homosexuals
121
Houses and Degrees Producing Lechers and Homosexuals
122
Trades
141
Astrologers or Diviners
142
Drunkards and Lewd Persons and Sorcerers
143
Tailors
144
Parents
145
Parents Who Are Foreigners
147
Patricides and Matricides and Enemies of Their Parents and Outcasts
148
The Longevity of the Parents
149
Which of the Parents Dies First
150
The Number of Children Born Previously
151
Brothers Their Friendship and How Many There Are
152
The Friendship of Brothers
153
Elder and Younger Brothers
154
Application and Separation
155
An Example
157
Bonding
159
Why He Was a Grammarian
162
His Lechery
163
The Nativity of a Child Who Died Early
164
Appendices
165
The Twelve Signs
167
Index of Constellations and Star Names
191
The Nature and Force of the Seven Planets
195
Judging an Eclipse
207
How the Points of the Twelve Houses must Be Found to the Exact Degree
211
The Time of Life according to all the Rulers and the Ruler of the Nativity
215
Comparison of Chapters Numbers
217
Bibliography
218
Index of Persons
221
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