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Kallinike 04-13-2019 10:58 PM

Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
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Hi Guys, I hope you are doing great : )

I was wondering if you could help me calculate my Hyleg and Alcoccoden after Bonatti or other? I am still a beginner and cannot come to any conclusion by hand. Unfortunately I do not have a profi software yet : (

If someone is willing to help, I would send him/her my chart. Thanks in advance!

petosiris 04-13-2019 11:16 PM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kallinike (Post 964659)
Hi Guys, I hope you are doing great : )

I was wondering if you could help me calculate my Hyleg and Alcoccoden after Bonatti or other? I am still a beginner and cannot come to any conclusion by hand. Unfortunately I do not have a profi software yet : (

If someone is willing to help, I would send him/her my chart. Thanks in advance!

Hi,

I can help you find Hyleg/Apheta according to Ptolemy's rules, though he does not use Alcocoden.

You can find free software with traditional and modern primary directions here:
https://sites.google.com/site/tradmorinus/morinus

If you mean a software finding a hyleg for you, I advise against doing that. You want to understand the theory behind the choice.

Kallinike 04-14-2019 10:48 AM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
Hello Petosiris, thank you very much. I already understood that my Hyleg is the Moon. Now I am trying to find the Alcoccoden. Unfortunately I cannot find any planet, that forms a Ptolemaic aspect to the Hyleg and has a dignity at its place. Could someone advise me what to do in this case?

JUPITERASC 04-14-2019 10:56 AM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
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Originally Posted by petosiris (Post 964662)


Hi,

I can help you find Hyleg/Apheta according to Ptolemy's rules, though he does not use Alcocoden.

You can find free software with traditional and modern primary directions here:

https://sites.google.com/site/tradmorinus/morinus
If you mean a software finding a hyleg for you, I advise against doing that.


You want to understand the theory behind the choice.


Exactly - although software has its uses - it also has its limitations :smile:

JUPITERASC 04-14-2019 10:58 AM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
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Originally Posted by Kallinike (Post 964756)


Hello Petosiris, thank you very much.

I already understood that my Hyleg is the Moon.
Now I am trying to find the Alcoccoden.

Unfortunately I cannot find any planet, that forms a Ptolemaic aspect to the Hyleg

and has a dignity at its place.
Could someone advise me what to do in this case?

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Kallinike 04-14-2019 11:09 AM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
Guys, thank you very much for the help. Now I added the chart to my post as recommended.

petosiris 04-14-2019 04:51 PM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kallinike (Post 964756)
Hello Petosiris, thank you very much. I already understood that my Hyleg is the Moon. Now I am trying to find the Alcoccoden. Unfortunately I cannot find any planet, that forms a Ptolemaic aspect to the Hyleg and has a dignity at its place. Could someone advise me what to do in this case?

Is the time given by birth certificate?

By Ptolemy's rules, the Hyleg has to be in 1st, 7th, 9th, 10th or 11th house, so in your chart, it has to be the Ascendant or the Lot of Fortune, and most likely the latter since it takes precedence.

Ptolemy does not use Alcocoden, so another member specializing in Medieval may reply about it. It really depends on whose method you want to use.

JUPITERASC 04-14-2019 06:17 PM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kallinike (Post 964756)

I already understood that my Hyleg is the Moon.

petosiris has mentioned Ptolemys rules

that Moon being in 2nd eliminates it as hyleg
so
According to PTOLEMYS RULES

your hyleg must then be either Ascendant
or
Lot of Fortune
and petosiris is likely to assist you with determining which of those
according to that particular set of rules :smile:
is the Hyleg

JUPITERASC 04-14-2019 06:18 PM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by petosiris (Post 964825)


Is the time given by birth certificate?

By Ptolemy's rules, the Hyleg has to be in 1st, 7th, 9th, 10th or 11th house, so in your chart, it has to be the Ascendant or the Lot of Fortune, and most likely the latter since it takes precedence.

Ptolemy does not use Alcocoden, so another member specializing in Medieval may reply about it. It really depends on whose method you want to use.

so now confirmation is required as to whether the time given is by birth certificate or not :smile:

JUPITERASC 04-14-2019 06:23 PM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
meanwhile BONATTI uses what he terms the ALMUDEBIT :smile:

The Almudebit is the planet with the most dignity in the following places:

(a) The degrees of the four angles.

(b) The Rulers of the four angles.

(c) The Triplicity Rulers of the four angles.

(d) The Sun.

(e) The Moon.

(f) Ruler of the Sun sign.

(g) Ruler of the Moon sign.

(h) The Part of Fortune.

(i) the Ruler of the Part of Fortune.

(j) The Ruler of the conjunction (New Moon before birth)
or Prevention (Full Moon before birth)
whichever lunation occurred prior to birth.

The planet or planets that have the most dignity by

Ruler = 5

Exaltation = 4

Triplicity = 3

Term = 2

and

Face = 1
was called by Bonatti the Almudebit.

The Differentia grading was then determined
by numerous considerations of the Almudebit

Kallinike 04-15-2019 05:22 PM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
Hi Guys, in my country the time of birth is not written in the birth certificate. The time in the chart is according to 3-4 rectifications.

A professional astrologist wrote me that the Moon is the Hyleg, according to the method of Bonatti and not Ptolemys. He also mentioned that my Alcoccoden is Venus.

JUPITERASC 04-15-2019 07:03 PM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kallinike (Post 965129)

Hi Guys, in my country the time of birth is not written in the birth certificate.

The time in the chart is according to 3-4 rectifications.


A professional astrologist wrote me that
the Moon is the Hyleg, according to the method of Bonatti
and not Ptolemys. He also mentioned that my Alcoccoden is Venus.

astrologers all have different opinions
it is useful to study the method
and decide for oneself :smile:

Kallinike 04-15-2019 07:28 PM

Re: Calculating Hyleg and Alcoccoden
 
Yes, this is what I am trying to do : )


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