FINANCIAL ASTROLOGY. How to predict the performance of financial markets using classical astrology
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I would like to let you know about the publication of my book “Financial Astrology. How to predict the performance of financial markets using classical astrology”. Here is the back cover: “The author explains how to use classical astrology to predict stock market performance. His method, which is based on the analysis of the New Moons and Full Moons, allows you to predict the performance of financial markets with extraordinary precision, year after year, month after month, fortnight after fortnight, and even week by week. The principles behind the method are explained in part one, while part two puts it into practice by examining all the syzygies of 2010. It’s a revolutionary and rigorous book, which is also useful for all those who may not be particularly interested in financial astrology but seek to increase their understanding of the principles of predictive astrology par excellence, which is and shall remain the classical approach”.
The practice and assiduous study of traditional horary astrology have helped me develop the method that I explain in these pages, and which is explained in more detail in my recently published book1. Although I am not a purist of classical astrology (proof of this is that I also take into consideration the three planets beyond Saturn), I have always been convinced that the principles upon which it is based are still of fundamental importance for those who are interested in the predictive aspects of our subject. The method works very well, but like all forms of astrology it obviously has to be interpreted in a way that is undoubtedly easier for those who are familiar with the principles of classical astrology, and much less for those who practice psychological astrology. This is why I have dedicated the first part of my book to an explanation of the principles in question (the essential and accidental dignities of the planets, the receptions, and the rules for finding the dominus of syzygies etc), while in the second part these principles are put into practice by examining all the syzygies of 2010. You might be surprised to learn that I have not consulted any kind of financial astrology manual to develop my method. In the sparse bibliography you will find only classical texts of astrology. Without doubt you will be even more surprised to find that the method works very well. Luckily, like sports competitions the results of the stock markets can be verified immediately: you don’t have to wait for years to see if your prediction for a particular month was right or wrong, and in this way it is easy to make adjustments by learning from your mistakes. You will soon realise that nothing is more suitable to modern financial markets than ancient astrology, with its rigour and its methods that are totally aimed at the predictive and "quantitative" side of things. In fact, in ancient times astrology was used to solve practical problems, even, for example, to know whether there would be a good harvest for grain or the price of olives. This is always what has fascinated me about ancient astrology: the technical rigour, the clear distinctions between more or less, a good thing and a bad thing. These distinctions are perhaps naive from a philosophical perspective, but at least they are useful for predictions. I am convinced that astrology can and must make predictions, even if its nature and its aims are not limited to this. My hope is that this book will help to revive it as a rigorous subject, so it is possible to prove its worth with facts and regain all the attention and respect it deserves from modern man.