Episode 298 contains a subsequent discussion with astrologer Rob Bailey about pre-judgment considerations and the role they play in Horary Astrology.
This is a continuation of episode 296 in which I spoke with Sue Ward about pre-judgment considerations in the work of 17th century astrologer William Lilly.
Although the episode with Sue was really extensive, I had deliberated so intensively in preparation for this interview that I felt there were a few additional things to say.
The next day after I recorded the interview with Sue, I sat down and started a discussion with Rob that was originally supposed to be a bonus episode of the Casual Astrology Podcast that was only available to customers, but it went so well that I decided to publish them to the public.
The discussion with Rob ended with a fairly long, two-hour discussion in which we first talk about a recent horary chart that Rob cast for Leisa a few years ago, and how well it describes the focus of the question.
We then used that to examine what the fundamental importance of reflections in Lilly and other traditional astrologers was to determine the rootedness or radicality of questions and why this was important to some astrologers.
In the course of the discussion we raised a number of other issues, such as: B. Consultation tables or thought interpretations, which were Lilly’s sources for some of the reflections, and whether you can use entire shield houses for Horary.
We also spent some time discussing Lilly’s lesser-known second treatment of the reflections, which appears later in Book 2 of Christian astrology combined with a series of aphorisms and the relationship between reflections and aphorisms.
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Aphorisms and reflections images
Here are some pictures of the 43 aphorisms that Lilly gives later Christian astrology when he repeats some of the considerations before the judgment and mixes them with other aphorisms for judging horary questions.
Please refer to the picture gallery in episode 296 for the original considerations before making an earlier assessment Christian astrology.
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