Exegesis Volume 07 Issue #068

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From: Patrice Guinard
Subject: [e] Re: exegesis Digest V7 #67

Exegesis Digest Wed, 07 Aug 2002

Date: Wed, 07 Aug 2002 15:56:39 +0200
From: Patrice Guinard
Subject: [e] Re: exegesis Digest V7 #67

Computers can help but also hinder in that they prevent one from giving due attention to observations of the sky. Farketmez ! Astrology deals with psychic states in relation to calculated astronomical frameworks.


 > >"L:Smerillo" wrote:
 > >>
 > >>I find this very odd. Transits
 > >>are the meat and potatoes of any
 > >>astrological enquiry into [...]
 > >>
 > >
 > >Hmmm, perhaps my questions were a bit poorly worded
 > >and badly expressed. I wasn't asking about the
 > >validity of transits, but, rather, the effect of
 > >computers on the personal working habits of
 > >astrologers and the techniques they choose to employ.
 > >Excuse me for interjecting comments about my use of
 > >transits that clouded the question a bit, I didn't
 > >believe anyone would be interested in my own use or
 > >non-use of transits. Debates about the validity of
 > >techniques tend to go nowhere since nobody can provide
 > >reproducable results for their favorite techniques. I
 > >think that it is more interesting to look at what
 > >external forces influence the choice of techniques and
 > >how the typical "standard techniques" for various
 > >schools change over time. Thus my questions.
 > >
 > >>
 > >>except for the under 40 crowd of
 > >>fast guns who really don't have a
 > >>solid hand on the fundamentals of
 > >>what they are seeing on the screen.
 > >>
 > >
 > >Are you saying that people under 40 are ignorant of
 > >fundamentals or are you perhaps saying that the advent
 > >of astrology software has hidden these fundamentals
 > >from astrologers? Or both? Did I miss the point and
 > >you mean something else entirely?
 > >
 > >--fran
 > >


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