Traditional Astrology


A few years ago there was a deliberate attempt by some freethinking astrologers to break away from the false tenets of Modern Astrology.

True Astrology evolved prior to Christianity in the first cradle of Civilisation, i.e. Sumeria (now known as Iraq). The first hint of the trouble ahead began with the razing to the ground of the Library at Alexandria whereby hundreds of texts by Arabian, Greek and Romans were destroyed forever by the early Christians. Oddly enough Jesus wouldn't have been discovered if it hadn't been for the 3 Wise Men, who were without doubt Zoroastrian Astrologers.

This is the beginning of a concerted effort by Religion and partially the so-called 'Enlightenment' to stamp out the Astrological belief system that was approaching it's zenith in the personage of William Lilly and his considerably large output of work of which 'Christian Astrology' is the lodestone

But hey, this is getting too serious. So for easy access to the damage caused by the Enlightenment read Rene Guenon, John Frawley, Thomas Kuhn for access to the wisdom left undestroyed by fire read Ptolemys Tetrabiblos, Al-Kindi, Culpepper, William Lilly to the neo-traditionalists, John Frawley, Patrick Curry.

For the beginner, try the Website 'Skyscript' for the first few steps towards the Wisdom that refuses to die. Since the books were helpfully translated by Robert Hand and republished in the last decade or so the revival grows by the day.

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