JMA - 2014
Dernier ajout : 20 mars.
The Journal of World Astrology (JMA) aims to account for our research in the context of "virtual seminars" whose themes are : “World astrology and history of civilizations” ; “a new global paradigm of astrology”. In a traditional seminar gathered a couple dozen people ; continuity of work depends very unpredictable external circumstances, such as the motivation of participants, always acrobatic personnel management of each calendar, the financial capacity to cover rental costs and a fair return for the master of education ; in short, all the hassles that make today such a business almost impossible outside of an academic environment that our society will never give or astrology or the cyclologie. While a virtual seminar is intended by nature to all Internet users who visit this site regularly, for free, without any time or place ; with the disadvantage, however, unable to live exchange our thoughts, formulate questions and hypotheses.
JMA is thus complementary to the Journal of Traditional Cyclology (JTC) that will support other virtual seminar. Thus, my practice of astrology world unfolds on two dimensions : one horizontal, the astrology interface with geopolitics ; the other, at the interface of astrology with cyclology. Furthermore, JMA is complementary to the Bulletin of Mundane Astrology (BMA), which meets other requirements : processing, more or less briefly, international news being under the double gaze of the world astrology and geopolitics. Another addition to the JMA is JMA-History that has, over the years, studies on specific historical events during major centennial commemorations or other periods.
This first issue of the Journal of Mundane Astrology deals, on the one hand, with an entirely new and fundamental approach to the deep structures of the solar system at the interface of astronomy and astrology ; On the other hand, very valuable research tools, which are universal cyclical indices. This research is the fruit of a collaboration that has been ongoing since 2008 with Paul Bernard, a joint effort that is now producing results that are convincing enough to be published and brought to the public’s attention. There is no doubt that this research will be the source of many fruitful developments in the field of world astrology in the coming years.
The positions of the F Centers in the Zodiac (Charles Ridoux)
Presentation of the Universal K Index (Paul Bernard)
The H index family (Paul Bernard)
The generalized mid-point L (Paul Bernard)
Appendix 1 - The Transneptunians in the order of the planets of the solar system
Appendix 2 - The "transphysical" space of Transneptunians
Appendix 3 - The Archangelic point of view
This second issue of the Journal of World Astrology deals with the Transneptunians of the Hamburg School, launched in the universe of astrologers from 1923 by Alfred Witte and Friedrich Sieggrün. We shall first discuss the context in which the discovery of the Transneptunians took place, and then the question of their nature. A second part brings out the history of the Hamburg School until its current expansion throughout the world under the name of Uranian astrology. The following examples illustrate the value of this approach in world astrology, using historical examples from the 20th and 21st centuries.
The invention of the Transneptunians
Historic : Alfred Witte and the Hamburg School
The circumstances of the discovery of the Transneptunians
The Transneptunians (symbols, period of revolution, meaning)
Discussion on the nature of Transneptunians
From the Hamburg School to Uranian Astrology
Uranian Astrology in the United States
Uranian Astrology in the World
Interest in the use of Transneptunians in world astrology
Examples in the history of the 20th century
The Man on the Moon and the Enlargement of Consciousness
The Transneptunians in the Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries
This third issue of the Journal of World Astrology deals with the use of the Transneptunians of the Hamburg School. It begins with a tribute to Alfred Witte and Friedrich Sieggrün, the discoverers of the Transneptunians, with a study of their relationship with astrology and their cooperation, as well as an overview of the development of prolonged Uranian astrology, in a predictive perspective, to the end of the twenty-first century.
A second part is devoted to the technique used for the establishment of Uranean themes which allow a deep exploration - towards the invisible central Sun - by identifying the concentrated energy wave fluxes at one or more anchor points on the surface of the theme.
The third part explores four ways of interpretation, four interpretative approaches - event, historical, cyclical, thematic - with numerous examples, including four themes illustrating the Promethean gesture of a humanity approaching the end of a great cycle : The Titanic, Hiroshima, the man on the Moon and Google. Finally, a fourth part presents the long journey that has taken us from a reluctant interest in the work of the Hamburg School to the full integration of uranian astrology in our practice.
This issue is part of the continuation of the two precedents, which dealt with the overall arrangement of the solar system for the first, the invention of Transneptunians and a history of the Hamburg School for the latter.
Future issues of the Journal of World Astrology should inaugurate a long-planned series of studies on the history of civilizations in relation to world astrology.
Considering the size of this issue and the size of the document, we divided our material not into one but into four PDF documents.
The axis of astrology and the cosmic formula
The composite theme of Alfred Witte and Friedrich Sieggrün
Brief historic of the development of uranian astrology
Reading a theme : Aureas’s Uranian software
Tools of interpretation : Regelwerk and Thematic Key
Event approach : Titanic - Hiroshima - Man on the Moon - Google
Historical approach : The Uranus-Pluton conjunctions of 1711, 1850 and 1965
Cyclical approach : Uranus / Zeus = Hades / Vulcanus
Thematic approach : The two formulas of "world war"
About uranian astrology : history of a long journey