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Combination of Stellar
Rules for Planetary Pictures
by Reinhold Ebertin
The Astrology of
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This book explains the development of cosmobiology,
which uses the 90 degree dial, and teaches the methods of this progressive school of astrology. Through the interpretation of the stellar bodies and other astronomical points in the individual's chart, emphasis is placed
on the cosmobiological character and the shaping of destiny. The delineation
of the various combinations in midpoints are well-defined, easy to follow and to the point.
This is the fundamental textbook of cosmobiology
written by the authority on the subject and ought to be on every astrologer's
Uranian astrology students have waited for a
book of instructions outlining details of some astrological methods taught
on Alfred Witte's astrology. Authors Ruth Brummund and Udo Rudolph first
published their accumulated student working methods in German in 1985.
Now these working methods have been
translated into an English edition called Handbook of Techniques for the
Hamburg School. This title features a number of the analytical systems most
popular with Uranian astrologers.
According to Wikipedia, the
free internet encyclopedia, "Uranian Astrology has the capacity
to delineate and predict probabilities with precision. Its
most seasoned practitioners have verified that other
psychological, social, and genetic variables operate in
tandem with astrological indicators. These indicators
continue to affect how energies will ultimately manifest.
From this perspective, astrology is not fate, but an
indicator of probabilities that can be altered by free-will
choices. This kind of astrology is then most useful as a
warning technique to assist in averting problems" (on the
other hand, as an advocate in successful project planning.)
"Uranian astrology is a science, not an ideology, but is compatible
with most reasonable world ideologies. In its early writings in the
1920's, Founder/Astrologer Alfred Witte, experimented with numerous
historical astrology techniques. His approach to astrology was to
verify or deny assumptions by means of observation rather than rely
blindly on astrological traditions." His colleagues joined him in his
research. After WWII, publisher/astrologer Ludwig Rudolph founded the
Hamburg School of Astrology.
Witte's astrology differs from traditional techniques. His is a system
of mathematical planetary interactions that might include one, two, or
numbers of factors. As time has passed the blending of these planetary
energies has formed a language that has been documented and builded
upon. Today, the two main texts from Witte's original research are
Udo Rudolph's German Title, ABC Fur Plantenbilder, published by
Michael Feist, Hamburg Germany and the English text, published by
Penelope Publications entitled Rules For Planetary Pictures.