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P. Svarogich

(English editing by Ed Falis)

Principia of polyzodiacal astrology

‘…Astrologia, omni superstitione…eliminata,…’
Tommaso Campanella


1. Introduction. History of astrology and medieval primary sources.
Astrology as a knowledge system

1.1 The age of modern astrological tradition
1.2 Development of the conceptual framework and calculating algorithms of medieval astrology. 1.3 Astrology in 20th century
1.4 The conceptual framework of astrology and natural science principles of thinking

2. The zodiac of massive heavenly body

2.1 Introduction
2.2 Theoretical model of a zodiac for a born, situated in the vicinity of a heavenly body
2.3 Choice of the reference point on the local equator (zodiac circle)
2.4 Examples of zodiacs

2.4.1 Terrestrial zodiac
2.4.2 The Lunar zodiac The Lunar nodes

2.4.3 Solar and planetary zodiacs

3. The mutual projection of two zodiacs

4. Symbolic times

4.1 Symbolic mappings. The world line of a born
4.2 Traditional systems of symbolic times

4.2.1 Solar-terrestrial progressions
4.2.2 Solar-terrestrial directions
4.2.3 Profections

5. Aspects, orbs and the technology of interpreting pinpoint accuracy

5.1 Aspects
5.2 Orbs
5.3 Experimental orb of "exact" aspects and the accuracy of astronomical and astrological calculations
5.4 Event-trigger points of the horoscope

6. Astronomer’s notes

6.1 Coordinates of planets for the location of a born. The correction for parallax
6.2 Direct and retrograde planets. Stationary points
6.3 Zodiacal conjunctions
6.4 The Natal horoscope as a multi-dimensional chart

7. Precision rectification of the creation (birth) time and symbolic times

8. Conclusions

9. Thanks

10. Definitions

11. References