Chapter one which deals with the origin of the horoscope and what it represents

page

subjects

appendices

   

1

Back to basics

 

1.1

The Zodiac, borderstars

1.2

Euktemon, Vernal Point,

Vernal Point

1.3

Getting the Picture, each planet

 

its own Zodiak, conclusions,

 

 

axioma's and unity of thought

 

1.4 

circles within circles, Inner Sky,

 

objectivation.

 

     

2

What we found so far

 

2.1 *

re-orientation

 

     

3

Analogical thinking

 

3.1 *

Analogical thinking, Pythagoras,

Pythagoras

 

analogical and causal relations,

 

 

misunderstanding, free will and

 

 

law, levels of reality,

 

3.2

functional relationships, Gnomon

 

 

and Pythagoras, time, measuring

 

 

the inmeasurable, identity,

 

 

transferals and relative qualifires

 

3.3  

research, cookbook astrology,

 

 

hits and misses, proofs, artefacts,

 

 

other ways of thinking,

 

 

starting point and conclusions.

 

 

significance

 

 

 

 

4

What we found so far - 2

4.1  

acting from outside or from within

 

   

5

Analogies in the measuring systems

5.1

three spheres plus one,

measuring systems

 

analogous construction,

 

5.2

constructional elements,

horizonsystem

 

the interconnectedness

measuring systems

 

of the measuring systems,

 

5.3

functional relationship

 

between axes and planes.

 

   

5.4

What we found so far - 3

 

  

elements of measuring systems

 

   

6

Centre, Radius and Circumference

6.1

ejection, functional identity,

 

 

technique and interpretation

 

 

collecting and manifesting

 

6.2 *

radius as intermediary,

 

 

The Moon as intermediaity, two

 

 

quotes on human development

 

     

7

Projection

 

7.1

en-un-ciation and throwing out

pairs of opposites 

 

as forms of revelation,

reversal

7.2 

polarity,why projection,

dimensions

 

developing by entering the field,

 

7.3

analogous correlations within

 

 

functional relationships.

 

 

   

7.4

What we found so far - 4

 

  

elements of measuring systems

 

     

8

The horoscope chart

 

8.1 

construction, subjected,

 

8.2

exclusive revelation,

division of the

 

moonplanes

Houses *

   

9

The horoscope: what it represents

9.1

to reveal, active and passive,

centre

9.2*

ascendant and objectivity

Ascendant Spinoza

   

10

Realisation of the ascendantpoint

10.1

indwelling God, Venus, Mars,

 

10.2 * 

game and search, Earth and us.

     

11

Summary and conclusions

 

11.1

conclusions from part 1,

 

11.2 

results of investigation.

former conclusions

 

 

 

12

Intermezzo

 

 

looking back and ahead

 

 

End of Chapter one

(*) = reference  

 

 

 

index, subjects per page, pictures, blue marked texts, references,

tables and overviews, courier