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Your Cosmic Clock Arabic Parts Calculator. Arabic Parts Calculator Instructions: 1. Select an Arabic Part from the pull-down menu. Each part is composed of a 3-part formula consisting of a Personal Point (usually the Ascendant), a Significator and a Trigger. 2. 3. If you want it all done for you check out the Astro-App An on-line app for you to access again and again. Arabic Parts.Natal Chart and interpretation.Transit Chart and interpretation.Synastry Chart and interpretation. As the features list expands the price will probably increase but once your in you are in for life no increase for you no matter how big the Astro-App gets, that's a promise and that's a deal. You can take a sneak preview of the Astr-App by looking here Astro-App Preview. In its current form you can have your data entered into the Astro-App for just £2.00 per chart. Check out some examples.
M. Fumagalli - The calculation of the lots, according to Placidus According to the system of Placidus, the lots may be defined as the points of the local space chart which, having the same declination as the point B, are as many degrees away from it in right ascension (RA), as the point C is away from a point A in oblique ascension (OA) and in the same direction. The points A and B may be planets, house cusps or even lots; the point C is usually the oriental horizon or horoscope (hor). The name and the astrological meaning of the lot depend on the quality of the points A and B, on the basis of which the lot is calculated: the lot calculated from the Sun to Saturn is called the father's lot as these two celestial bodies are the significators of the father. OA (hor) - OA (A) + RA (B) = RA lot OA (hor) - OA (A) + OA (B) = OA lot by day: OA (hor) - OA ( by night: OA (hor) - OA ( As I wanted the drawing to be as clear and simple as possible, I have left out the ecliptic in the figures and I have placed the Sun on the equator, at the autumnal equinox. 3. 4.
Dreamhouse: Attic: Roof: Astro: Lots: List Arabic Parts or Lots About | Reading The Formulas | Calculations | Interpretation | Sources | List of Lots Master Alphabetical List of "Arabic" Parts or Lots Notes helpful in reading these formulae R# or L# means the ruler (or Lord) of the house shown by the number. H# means the cusp of the house shown by the number.
Models of Planetary Motion -- McConnell Models of Planetary Motion from Antiquity to the Renaissance Craig Sean McConnell Assistant Professor of Liberal Studies California State University, Fullerton Contents Introduction Retrograde Motion of the Planets The Eudoxan Solution From Hippopede to Retrograde Loops The Aristotelian Cosmos Problems with the Eudoxan Solution The Ptolemaic Solution Epicycle on Deferent Strictly Uniform Motion The Eccentric Circle The Equant Circle UCM, Eccentric, and Equant Compared The Copernican Solution Mathematical Equivalence of Ptolemaic and Copernican Models For Further Study Introduction Since antiquity, astronomers have attempted to explain the motions they observed in the heavens with geometrical models. Though this site includes a narrative description of the elements of these astronomical models, it is not intended to serve as a complete introduction to the history of ancient astronomy. Some sought a sensible explanation for this intriguing behavior. The Aristotelian Cosmos Forthcoming
Astrology: Arabic Parts Astrology Calculator This is a calculator I built for determining Arabic Parts in astrological calculations. The Arabic Parts (sometimes referred to as "Lots") have a pretty long and important history in astrology, stretching at least until ancient Greek times. In more modern days their influence has waned a bit, but their peak of development occured during the Muslim scientific rennaisance of the early middle ages, hence their name. One of their greatest proponents was Al Biruni, a mathematician, astronomer and scholar, who lived in the 11th century. He listed a total of 97 Arabic Parts, which at the time were widely used for astrological consultations. All of the Arabic Parts consist of mathematical calculations of planetary positions (usually 3 planets) which speak to specific areas of interest in the human chart. The science behind Arabic Parts is based upon the numerical relationships between points within the horoscope.
Astrology Articles your birth chart is a life clock We are all familiar with a baby's milestones and the changes that occur throughout their first years of life, but this can be applied to adults. At certain ages we can expect particular themes and events to be prevalent at that time. The twelve houses in the chart correspond with twelve periods of six years in your life, so by the time you have progressed around the chart you will be seventy two, time to enter your second childhood! So from the age of 18 to 24, you will be in the Fourth House of home and family. From 24 to 30, you will be in the Fifth House, the area in your life associated with love affairs, creative self-expression, children and risk taking. From 30 to 36 you will be in the Sixth House, where work and service to others will be important. 36 marks a major turning point. From 36 to 42 you will be in the Seventh House. From 42 to 48 you will be in the Eighth House, maybe one of the most testing times in your life. From 66 to 72.
Five Pillars of Fate: Ancient Greek Astrology Welcome home. Fire Imagine filling a room in your home with all the furnishings and then touching a lit match to it. Let the fire fill the room. Look at what happens. At first there is a fluttering of flames, the lighting changes, the temperature rises. All fire signs have a bit of that display inside them.