Let us summarize the purpose, main conclusions and results
of this work:
 The main purpose of this work is to reformulate the computing algorithms
of event forecasting astrology in accordance with modern physical and
mathematical description of space and time. We took as a basis the concepts
of geometrodynamics, more widely known as the general theory of relativity.
The name of geometrodynamics, mainly used by experts, reflects the nature
of this theory, and we prefer to consider it as a mathematics of spacetime.
If we separate the conception of geometrodynamics from Einstein’s
equations, geometrodynamics is more mathematics than physics. Although
we can encounter phenomena that it does not predict, it is still necessary
to describe such phenomena using its language. In this sense geometrodynamics,
just as mathematics as a whole, is not a theory but a language in which
the strict notional systems existing in nature are described.
 In the opinion of the author, this work has achieved its purpose.
But in order to realize this purpose we had to abandon the philosophy
of shortrange action alleged to be a basis of the modern naturalscientific
picture of the Universe. The possibility of the existence in nature
of longrange action phenomena does not contradict the basic concepts
of this picture. To avoid contradictions, it is sufficient to abandon
the attempt to consider one of the shortrange interactions as a base
of astrological laws. One of the main notions by which we realize the
stipulated program is that of simultaneity. We constantly took the opportunity
to construct purely spatial threedimensional sections of fourdimensional
spacetime in this work. It is well known that it is possible to formulate
classical geometrodynamics in the invariant fourdimensional language.
This supports the conjecture that the as yet unknown physical basis
of astrology is not classical.
 The need for a unified description of such two such outwardly different
phenomena as the Zodiac and the house system requires the possibility
of working only with pure spatial sections of fourdimensional spacetime.
The possibility of such a description also requires that we consider
the Sun as the body that generates the Zodiac, since its structure when
emphasizing the principle of locality is defined by the mutual dynamics
of a born and the Sun. In this approach a house system is a projection
of another zodiac generated by the Earth onto the solar Zodiac.
 Compared to traditional astrological calculations, the results obtained
according to the new algorithms differ by less than the orbs used by
the majority of astrologers in event calculations. Therefore, the proposed
concept and resulting algorithms agree with the traditional astrological
calculations and interpretations that we’ve inherited from the
Moyen Age. Nevertheless we have proposed the technique of exact aspects,
through which the accuracy of astrological event calculations increases
by 2 orders of magnitude. This technique translates a theoretical difference
between the proposed and traditional algorithms onto a purely practical
plane.
 The proposed technique for pinpoint accuracy event calculations allows
us to attain temporal resolutions of 12 seconds of transit time, a
halfhour of realtime for progressions and 3 days for directions. To
achieve this accuracy the conception of symbolic progressed and directed
time has been changed. The linear temporal mappings widely used in medieval
European astrology have been replaced by conform (nonlinear) mappings
of the event (world) line of a born. These mappings allow us to attain
pinpoint accuracy in event calculations, but do require detailed information
about the movements of the born in the first three months of life. Additionally,
a born’s location must be known to an accuracy of several hundred
metres.
 The unified conception of the derivation of the Zodiac as a dynamic
construction generated by the Sun enables us to determine the structure
of the lunar and planetary zodiacs with a high accuracy as well. The
lunar zodiac is of considerable importance not only for event calculations
but also for the development of astrological symbolism. Unlike the solar
and terrestrial zodiacs it cannot be described by means of a static,
elementary geometry. Because of this, we can understand the failure
of ancient astrologers to define the lunar zodiac in a way suitable
for event calculations and interpretation.
 The unified description of the equinoctial points, local lunar and
planetary nodes may serve to redefine the significance of their positions
for the interpretation. The local lunar nodes are situated near the
usual lunar nodes at a distance of 1020º for most of the day, but at
certain times each day they diverge 100º or more. In these cases it
is particularly easy to find the interpretative value of the local lunar
nodes in natal charts.
 Within the framework of the idea of the fundamental reference point
of a central massive body we proposed to use previously unknown sensitive
points in event calculations. These points are the cusps of the stations
of a zodiac and their projections onto other zodiacs (except house cusps
and stations of the terrestrial zodiac and the so called cusps of equal
solar houses on ecliptics), a generalization of the familiar house cusps
(projections of the terrestrial station cusps) and the equal solar house
cusps (station cusps of the solar zodiac) on the ecliptic.
 Within the framework of the exact aspect technique we introduced the
hypothesis of the central interpretative value of a "fundamental
triad" (planet–aspect–cusp). We also formulated the “eventless”
exactaspect technique for precise rectification to 12 seconds of time.
This technique has shown its efficacy in a considerable number of natal
horoscopes.
 At first we were well satisfied by the state of astrological symbolism
used for interpretation, and did not plan any research in this area.
But the system of ideas and methods for pinpoint calculations proposed
in this work requires a fundamental revision of the conceptual basis
for traditional astrological calculations. We think that this revision
could eventually have a significant impact on the evolution of the symbolic
structures in astrology.
To conclude we would like to note one more characteristic (and maybe
in our opinion the main one) of the presented work. The contemporary situation
in astrology, where it is covered over by mysticism and doubtful calculation
techniques, as well as the broad proliferation of "astrological"
charlatanry, can only frighten off people with a sound naturalscientific
education and with research experience in these fields. In fact, the more
precisely a man thinks the greater the likelihood that he will disqualify
astrology on first exposure from any claim to being an exact knowledge
system. We hope that this work has decreased the probability of such a
dismissal of astrology at first sight.
