Case Study: Essential Dignity in Horary Astrology

Medieval Astrologers give high regard to the Planets' Essential dignities. From Mundane to Horary Astrology, Essential dignities hold significant weight in judging the chart to accurately delineate interpretations, predictions and choose an auspicious time to start an activity. Medieval Astrologers points out that good aspects like Trine and Sextile does not guarantee a good outcome... Continue Reading →

Venus and Mars: The Deities of Peace and War

Peace and War: Opposite as they may seem but they're inextricably linked. We will never know the calm of peace without going through the uncertainty of war. Likewise for Peace to ensue, we have to go through forms of warfare to reach a certain agreement. In the sky, two planets hold the virtues of peace and... Continue Reading →

Vilifying Jupiter

  Jupiter is the planet that signifies abundance, wealth, prosperity, peace, and justice. He also signifies the noble, wise, and the religious/spiritual people. When he is well dignified, well placed and unafflicted he provides these things with ease. However, in spite of being regarded as the Great Benefic, when he's debilitated it's a different story. Jupiter... Continue Reading →

On Saturn as Benefic

Saturn is known traditionally as the "Great Malefic". He signifies sorrows, solitariness, limitations, betrayals, coldness, darkness, endings and death. Saturn is indeed a scary planet but when it is dignified and in a good condition he is said to lighten up and dispense his fortunes according to the ways he know. Dealing with Saturn is never... Continue Reading →

How I got into Astrology

“Fate is like a strange, unpopular restaurant filled with odd little waiters who bring you things you never asked for and don't always like.” -Lemony Snicket It was a rainy August that my classmate brought a Linda Goodman sun sign book in our class. As she was reading it, it picked up the interest of... Continue Reading →

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