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Anthology Book One, Edition 2
Topics included in Anthology: Book One: The Nature of the Wandering Stars The Nature of the Twelve Constellations The Star Boundaries within Each Constellation The Hour of Birth The Midheaven The Ascensional Times of the Twelve Constellations Calculating Newmoons and Fullmoons by Hand The Masculine and Feminine Degrees Calculating the Nodes by Hand The Twining of the Qualities of the Planets The Conception Chart Etc.
Anthology Book 2.1
In this second book of his nine book Anthology, ancient Greek astrologer Vettius Valens covers the following topics: The Twelve Starry Regions The Lot of Fortune--Calculation The Triangles (Triplicities) Epithets of the Houses.
Anthology Book 2.1.2
In 2.1.2--part two of the second book of an epic nine book Anthology, ancient Greek astrologer Vettius Valens covers the following topics: True and Complete Happiness (Eudaemonia) from the Triplicities The Ascendant from Fortune The Exaltation Point of Sun and Moon Lot of Spirit Eleventh Place from Fortune Remarkable Charts Versus Dejected Ones Many Examples.
Anthology Book 2.1.3
In the 3rd installment of the second book of his nine book Anthology, ancient Greek astrologer Vettius Valens covers the following topics: Practical and Impractical Times of Life. Taken from the Pivots, and the Regions Carried Up to Them. Life Abroad, from the Works of Hermippos. On Life Abroad. An Early End to the Parents. And Another on the Parents, from Timaeus. Orphanhood from the Parents. Separation from the Parents. Freedom and Enslavement in Nativities. The 11 Configurations of the Moon. Injuries & Pathologies. Marriage; The Luxuries of Joining Together. A Holistic Viewing with Many Schematics. Life With and Without Children. Siblings. Violent Death.