|Exegesis Volume 3 Issue #48
Exegesis Digest Tue, 02 Jun 1998
Date: Fri, 29 May 1998 20:17:49 -0400 (EDT)
From: mary downing
Subject: Re: Exegesis Digest V3 #47
to: Hans van Rossum et al
Perhaps the best current book out on financial is Bill Meridian's **Planetary Stock Trading**. It is being reprinted and should be available in a few months. If you can get a copy of **Financial Astrology for the '90's**,an anthology edited by Joan McEvers, you can find most of the current techniques in one place. Published in paperback by Llewellyn.
There is considerable material available in back issues of the NCGR Journal and Geocosmic magazine. You can find the contents on www.geocosmic.org., and also a list of tapes from past conferences. There are two financial issues and several research issues that are particularly good.
Re 90 deg. dials:
In English: **The Dial Detective** by Maria K. Simms, from ACS. In English and German, the **Combination of Steller Influences** by Reinhold Ebertin. Also (same author) **Rapid and Reliable Analysis**, **Applied Cosmobiology**. And the **Rules for Planetary Pictures** by Alfred Witte. Any books by Hans Niggeman. There is also a Cosmobiology issue of the NCGR Journal that is a good primary text.
The two "Hamburg School" systems are called in English, "Cosmobiology" -- which uses traditional planets, midpoints, 90 deg dials, 45 deg (and any other harmonic) graphic ephemerides, solar arc directions, etc.-- and "Uranian" which uses 90 and 360 deg dials, hypothetical planets, several alternate charts based on equal houses from Sun, Moon; and the meridian house system, plus a very important addition "the World Axis" or 0 deg. Aries point.
Most practioners are not purists. We mix and match. "Pure" cosmobiology would not use houses, but I don't know a single cosmo who doesn't.
However these techniques will yield considerable information without houses and even with untimed charts. I just did a lecture on all (51) American Airline crashes at UAC. All had the corporate AA mars/saturn midpoint and/or a section running 20-25 of the cardinals (that contained AA's Sun and a Mars/Pluto conjunction) being transited. Not every transit produced a crash, but every crash had these areas active. Charts were "day only" and set for the Corporate heaquarters in Delaware. Most had 4-5 "hits".
My point is: you can't possibly forecast/analyze where or when a given flight can possibly crash. All you can reasonably know before a flight, is the takeoff time (which is seldom accurate), day and airline. Can you show something useful by analysing the crashes vis-a-vis the airline? Yes, you can. Of course these spots can be active for years with slow transits, but then again you can always fly United for the nonce.
If you wish, I can send a TIF or Acrobat PDF of a 90 deg dial that you can print out and copy. I would recommend using the **Combination of Stellar Influences** (available from the AFA in Tempe AZ) as a textbook. If anyone would like the AA crashes, I'd be happy to send that along too (text, exel or nova format). Only requirement is that you let me know what you find, even if it doesn't work, so that I don't waste time reinventing the wheel.
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