Astrology Lesson No

In the first five lessons you learned how to find the Sidereal Time of a birth and to place the proper sign and degree of the zodiac upon each of the twelve houses. The last three lessons have been devoted to calculation of the planets' places in the zodiac, and now the time has come to enter them in the horoscope. When they have been entered in their proper houses, the horoscope is complete. This will, therefore, be the subject of our present lesson. Two points should be particularly borne in...

Questions

1 Please find the Sidereal Time at birth for a child born on August 10th, 1912, at 4 PM, Standard Time in New York, NY (74W, 41N). Make your calculations on a horoscope blank, and write the proper signs and degrees on the cusps of the houses, but do not start to calculate the planets. We congratulate you for having completed The Rosicrucian Fellowship Junior Astrology Course, lessons 1 - 9. We invite you to continue your studies with lessons 10 - 19 in our Junior Astrology Course. But before...

Astrology Letter No

Mars is the exact opposite of Venus, and if we study him now while the characteristics of Venus are fresh in mind, we may learn more of his nature. The first great contrast I wish to point out is that the higher the status of a person in the scale of evolution, the better Venus is placed in the horoscope, and the younger the soul, the more it is dominated by the discordant martial ray. The animals are wholly under the sway of Mars, for as Venus nourishes the love nature, so Mars fosters the...

Materials You Can Buy for Our Courses in Astrology

Note The Information for Astrology Course booklet (AI), available online, contains all of the required course reference materials found in the books below. With the exception of the required chart calculation worksheets (HDD or HDP), it contains all of the reference materials needed for the Junior and Senior Astrology Courses. 1 Simplified Scientific Ephemeris for 1911, 1912, and 1932 computed for noon (order Information for Astrology Course booklet AI or E1911, E1912, and E1932). 2 Simplified...

Astrology Lesson No 4 Sidereal Time

We have now mastered the preliminary points in astrology we understand the importance of time and place, how they are determined by longitude and latitude also the relation of signs and houses. Thus we are prepared to commence casting a horoscope. You have procured a Simplified Scientific Ephemeris for 1912, which gives the planets' places as seen from the observatory at Greenwich each noon during the whole year. You will notice that on the right hand pages there is a column marked S.T That...

Rule To Find the Sidereal Time at Birth

To the Sidereal Time at noon previous to birth given in the ephemeris , we add 1 A correction of 10 seconds for every 15 degrees of longitude the birthplace is west of Greenwich. 2 The interval between the previous noon and the True Local Time of birth. 3 Correction of 10 seconds for every hour of that interval. The sum of these is the Sidereal Time at birth but sometimes the sum is more than 24 hours, and as that is the ultimate length of a day, we simply subtract 24 hours and work with the...