Clairvision Astrology Manual
- The Philosophical Basis behind Virtual Astrologer
- Clairvision Virtual Astrologer tutorials text
- Help for Clairvision Virtual Astrologer
- Foundations of astrology
- Astrology fundamentals – the Celestial Sphere
- Astrology fundamentals – the Solar System
- Astrological toolbox
- Treasures and deliriums in astrology
- Black Moon
- Astrological heptagrams
- Harmonic astrological charts
- Black Sun
- Fixed stars and their qualities
- Part of Fortune and other Arabian parts
- Midpoints in astrology
- Planetary hours
- Planets in dignity, detriment, exultation and fall
- Planetary rulers of the houses
- Dividing the magic circle – decanates, nakshatras and tithis
- House systems in astrology
- Sidereal Astrology
- Tropical or sidereal astrology – what is the difference?
- Was Ptolemy a tropical or sidereal astrologer?
- Sidereal astrology – beginning with the equinoxes
- Sidereal astrology and precession of the equinoxes
- Sidereal astrology in practice
- Systems of sidereal astrology
- The Great Year and the Age of Aquarius?
- Angles and houses in astrology – significance and symbolism
- Astrological aspects – significance and symbolism
- Astrological apects – major, minor and rare
- Aspects – waxing and waning, applying and separating
- Aspects between dialectically opposed planets
- Aspects to angles
- Aspect orbs
- Astrological aspects – conjunctions
- Astrological aspects – oppositions
- Astrological aspects – trines
- Astrological aspects – squares
- Astrological aspects – sextiles
- Astrological aspects – sesquisquares
- Astrological aspects – biquintiles
- Astrological aspects – inconjunctions
- Astrological aspects – formations
- Retrograde planets in astrology
- Retrograde planets – astrological significance and symbolism
- Retrograde Mercury – astrological significance and symbolism
- Retrograde Venus – astrological significance and symbolism
- Retrograde Mars – astrological significance and symbolism
- Retrograde Jupiter – astrological significance and symbolism
- Retrograde Saturn – astrological significance and symbolism
- Retrograde trans-Saturnian planets – astrological significance and symbolism
- Prediction tools in astrology
- Astrological signs
- Astrological signs – source of the symbolism
- Aries – astrological symbolism
- Taurus – astrological symbolism
- Gemini – astrological symbolism
- Cancer – astrological symbolism
- Leo – astrological symbolism
- Virgo – astrological symbolism
- Libra – astrological symbolism
- Scorpio – astrological symbolism
- Sagittarius – astrological symbolism
- Capricorn – astrological symbolism
- Aquarius – astrological symbolism
- Pisces – astrological symbolism
- Astrological consultation
- Astrology and Time Windows
Why study astrology?
A symbolic languageEven more than an art, astrology is a language. It gives symbolic keys to discern and express nuances in people's psyche. Astrology can be extraordinarily revealing when it comes to understanding yourself and others. In the light of an astrological chart, many attitudes and motivating forces in people suddenly take on a completely different dimension – the astrological interpretation brings meaning.
Self discoveryAs a symbolic language, astrology is a powerful tool for self discovery. An essential part of the astrological endeavour is the study of one's own chart, in about every single possible modality, drawing type etc. Each way of drawing the astrological chart is like another mirror, an opportunity to reflect upon a particular facet of oneself.
Having conducted this study of yourself, it is more than likely that the views you hold about your essential nature will change, and that a new light will be shed on the reasons for a number of past choices and actions. New facets of yourself will be revealed, as well as powerful keys for self-transformation work.
A study of symbolismAstrology is perhaps the most comprehensive established system of symbolic thought. As such, it is a royal way into the study of symbolism, which can then be applied to all fields of life, from plants to dreams via medicine and its alchemical developments.
Astrology in the western esoteric traditionAstrology is an essential component of the western esoteric tradition. As such, it is an important part of an esoteric training of a certain caliber. Numerous thinkers, writers, esotericists and mystics of the western world have made reference to it in their teachings. This mean that without some astrological background, their writings can not be fully understood. Dante's Paradiso for instance, the part of the Divine Comedy in which Dante deals with the angelic hierarchies and the ladder of the spiritual worlds, is essentially a journey through the planetary spheres. It is replete with astrological symbolism. Whilst traveling through the sphere of the fixed stars and seeing the sign of Gemini, Dante, who was born under that sign, even attributes all of his genius to it:
Free Online Astrology Course
Learn the fundamentals of astrological charts.
This free online astrology course presents a number of fundamental concepts that will shed light on your chart and give you a deeper understanding of charts and how to interpret them. A number of important topics will be discussed, such as how to identify the key components of a chart, what houses, angles and aspects are, and the movements of the sky and celestial bodies.
Check back regularly – more lessons on the way.
The Fundamentals of AstrologyClairvision Virtual Astrologer in a nutshell – the text of the 3-minute tutorial
Pictograms – a symbolic language
Uranus – a sneak preview from the Clairvision Knowledge Track on symbolic psychology
Components of a chart – the zodiac and the planets
Components of a chart – the houses
Components of a chart – the aspects
Symbolism of the houses: 1 to 6
Symbolism of the houses: 7 to 12
Astronomy for AstrologersAstronomy for astrologers
Animation in Clairvision Virtual Astrologer