Exegesis Volume 6 Issue #19

From: patrice guinard
Subject: Re: Exegesis Digest V6 #18

Exegesis Digest Fri, 31 Aug 2001

Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 08:58:53 +0200
From: patrice guinard
To: Exegesis
Subject: Re: Exegesis Digest V6 #18

in reply to Alexandre Weber who recently wrote:

 > On the other hand, could anyone explain or clarifying what does mean the
 > Kepler minimalist model?

By 'Keplerian minimalist model', I mean the reduction of the astrological corpus to the only planets with their cycles. Not a bad thing for modern astrologers (!!!), but I defend a structural multiform model which "begins" with structures (planets, but also zodiacal signs and houses) as these structures are globally operative for the psyche, and can't be thought separately.

 > regular polyhedrons, the octahedron specifically, as a support to help
 > model the astral influence, but , as a matter of fact, I think the best
 > solid to use as a model , would be one of the fourth dimension, with the
 > shadows on the third dimension springing the five Platonic solids,

The fourth (& why not the fifth!) dimensions, yes, but I'm really unable to even have a little idea of how it could "works"!

Concerning the 3rd dimension & "KRUEGER-GUINARD" solids (for Uranus, Neptune & Pluto), look at http://cura.free.fr/06syssol.html#RPD3TS -- the 3 PYRAMIDAL images just after the text. The observation of Prof. Gerhard Krueger is really impressive, as the cycles of the 3 trans-SAT are exactly in the harmony 1x1 + 3x3 + 5x5 + 7x7 ... + 9x9 ... + 7x7 + 5x5 + 3x3 + 1x1.

Patrice Guinard (Director of C.U.R.A. , a tri-lingual online investigation journal, which deals with historic and cultural aspects of astrology, the philosophical combat against the ideological critic of astrology, and the epistemological investigation on astrological patterns in agreement with reason, if not with scientific seizure of reasoning.)



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