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04-23-2007, 10:38 PM
My name is Richard. I studied astrology in the 90s. In 1995 I had a flash and started my own research. I now have my own system that I call astronumerology.
I don't use signs except as a convienient referance point in measuring angles. Most programs automatically give signs. I focus on harmonic aspects and biorhythms. I do angles mostly by natal and transit. I rarly use progressions because of habit. I use houses and prefer equal house systems. I don't always use 12 houses either.
I have recently gone pro, but haven't had my 1st customer yet. I've had about 6 visitors to my site so far. I have scrapped all Pythagorean research and work on my own research. I came up with simular results. I call my research philosophical mathematics. I draw conclusions from astrology experience of self and others, math theory, meditations, and nature including the periodic table.
I focus on prime numbers and build by multiplying primes. For example the 2 harmoic is oppisition, the three harmonic is the trine, 2x3=6. The six harmonic is the sextile. I consider the sextile a mixture of oppistion and trine. I know the meanings of all primes up to 23. This gives me over 1000 possible aspects to use. I wouldn't have time for signs even if I used them.
04-24-2007, 12:50 AM
Hi Richard, welcome. :)
An astrology with no signs sounds most unusual, although I have heard of this being practised. I couldn't do without the signs myself, the more bredth of symbolism the better. I'm such an imaginist you see, can't get my head around complex maths, I have troiuble with adjusting timezones, never mind 'mathematical philosophy', but it sounds interesting. I wish I had more of a head for mathematics, but I suppose we all have different gifts.
So how would you go about a natal analysis, what are you looking for when you explore a chart with no signs and eight houses?
I'm very intrigued by the use of eight houses rather than twelve. I've heard of this but know little about it. What can you tell me about this, what does each house signify?
I like to flirt with equal houses, there is a ordered sense of uniformity that pleases my Virgoan sensibilities, but I tend to use Placidus, I think because at first, everyone else seems to and then it just sticks by force of habit. I do think astrologers should think more about houses. I like to experiment with Porphyry as well at times.
What can you tell me about 22? I find that number of high personal significance, and last year, it kept cropping up everywhere for months.
Being into numbers, do you find numerology far too simplistic? I do. For example, why should the number, say, 1298, be reduced to 20/1, I mean, what's the significance of 1298, as it stands?
What do you consider to be the symbolic qualities of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division? These are things I have thought about, but as I say, I'm more a mind for symbols than the rigours of mathematics, so I can only take such thought so far. Personally, I associate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with the four elements, so then you can do some really interesting things with numbers potentially.
Why do you consider the harmonics charts of the prime numbers so important, what sets them apart from the rest?
and a warm welcome to you to the forums.
you sound like you do some interesting charting andi guess we'll have to wait until you post some things to see exactly how your system works. it seems to scare me because it isn't the norm that i'm learning and well it's like why change me up much in a different system. but i'd love to see how your system works when you post a question or answer a question using your techniques. i'm sure everyone will benefit from your posting should you decide to participate using your system.
relax and welcome to a unique learning environment. the people here are defintely top notch students and astrologers. you'll learn so much and so will we.
what's the url for your sight so some of us might be able to poke around and get interested in your brand of astrology.thanks....
04-24-2007, 05:36 PM
I like to answer questions. 22 in base ten is 2x11. It is my experience that eleven has to do with sequences and two has to do with natural law. Karma in a way seems to be a sequence too. 2x11 in base ten refers to the natural laws of sequences.
How would I do a chart with 8 equal houses? I would probably put the Sun on the cusp of 1st house and just mark locations of Asc and MC. This chart would be cast with the intention of increasing the native's personal energy. I would have the list of numbers from the harmonics of the natives natal chart. I would look for important dates from native's important life events including of course his/her birth.
I have a lot (3) of exact semisextiles in my chart with about 1/2 degree of orb. I use 12 equal houses in my chart from MC Asc and Sun. For those interested 7/13/64 0220 EDT Atlantic City NJ USA (39N 74W)
I do consider it simplistic to add digits and reduce to a single digit.
Someone asked for my url. I hope it's OK to put it here.
www.astronumerologyconsultants.com (http://www.astronumerologyconsultants.com) There is my book in word on the site. So far only the intro is uploaded, but I plan to upload more soon. I have 40 pages in word done so far in 1st draft. It is possible to edit the text but it won't save unless I upload.
Most of what I do is based on my research into meanings of whole numbers and harmonics.
04-25-2007, 09:52 AM
My answer is very vauge. First addition and subrtaction are essentially the same thing as are multiplication and division. I've noted that when two harmonics are multilped or circle divided, the qualitys of both harmonics tend to merge or act in tamdom with eachother. The example I gave of the sextile was 2x3 or oppisition x trine.
I have been thinking about this a lot and still need to research this and wait for the meditative flashes to come.
05-02-2007, 07:38 PM
Sounds interesting what you do, way over my head!!
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