Bonatti on Basic Astrology
Guido Bonatti's Book of Astronomy
Treatise 1-3: Theory, Signs, Planets, Houses, Configurations
Guido Bonatti’s 13th Century masterpiece, the Book of Astronomy, has inspired and been a resource for astrologers around the world.
Bonatti on Basic Astrology contains Treatises 1-3, from the first English translation by Benjamin N. Dykes.
Readers will be introduced to Bonatti's defense of astrology, varius divisions of the zodiac and types of rulerships, meanings of the signs, planets, and houses, and a host of planetary configurations. It wi repay many years of study.
Treatise 1: Defense of Astrology
A theoretical defense of astrology which includes Bonatti’s theoretical description of astrological judgment in terms of necessity, possibility, and impossibility (26 pp).
Treatise 2: Signs and Houses
Probably the most thorough treatment of the signs and houses existing in astrological literature. Drawing on many sources, Bonatti gives an explanation of the order and assignment of the signs, dignities, the weighted-point al-mubtazz, the houses and their powers, and an introduction to delineating the rulers of one house in another (121 pp).
Treatise 3: Planets
Important especially for students of horary. After a thorough description of the planets’ universal significations and their rulerships over hours, days, periods of life, and other matters, Bonatti turns to an account of modes of perfection. Drawing on authorities such as al-Qabisi and Abu Ma’shar, Bonatti describes numerous methods of perfection and the denial of perfection which pertain to all areas of traditional astrology. Bonatti’s text is illustrated with 16 redesigned diagrams (101 pp).
Autor: Guido Bonatti
Editora: Cazimi Press
Tradução: Benjamin N.Dykes
Páginas: 260 (01 ~ 260)
Dimensões: 16 x 23 x 2 cm
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