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01-31-2007, 09:12 PM
It means 'hello everybody'..:)
I love Greece, I am passionate with Astrology, I am very curious learning more,
self-taught with much reading for about 11 years.Any well-written english book for horary??
I am a hobbist. Even I have stared my natal chart for million hours, still it remains uncoded for me!
You better know yourself from others.So if any insights you are free to message me.
If you ask me I will definately answer.
I love this site, and Congratulations for the givers birth of it.
Γεια σας to you too and welcome.
I'd recommend to take any English book on horary written lately, they're all good: Lehman, Frawley, Louis. But have a look to this list: http://www.astrologyweekly.com/more-horary/books.php
02-01-2007, 09:07 PM
You surprised me..!Do you have greek typing in your computer?
if you ever come here I would like to meet you, really tough the greek language in medicine isn't it?Ippokratis used to study astrology before diagnose.
Can you specify me which book you think is the most important for horary?if you can't write down one, make it up to three.I will start from buying one.
No, that was just a copy-paste from the internet, what did you think? :)
I'd recommend you these books:
Anthony Louis - "Horary Astrology Plain and Simple" - this book explains the basics and gives you sound rules to follow
John Frawley - "The Horary Textbook" - this one helps you to understand horary charts by offerring you examples on how to think them for yourself, not taking rules for granted
Lee Lehman - "The Martial Art of Horary Astrology" - this is a complex, quite complete book, for more advanced students, which clears up more difficult issues
You will notice differences on these three books's approach to horary charts and elements therein, and it's up to you to reconcile the differences by recognizing the core meaning of them.
02-12-2007, 02:58 AM
Γειά from here also !! :) we are 2 from athens now :)
Aries with leo asc moon in scorpio :)
Good morning people have a nice week
02-12-2007, 06:10 PM
Here's yet another Greek ... a Greek at heart, that is. I'm infatuated with Greece and its culture and people.
Γειά to everyone out there!!! :sunny:
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