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« poslato: јануар 09, 2015, 10:52:26 »
Abu Ma'shar, u svojoj knjizi "On Solar revolutions" detaljno daje objasnjenja o tumacenju profekcije, solara, ali i tranzita.

U predgovoru ove knjige, Ben Dykes koji je i preveo ovo delo, kaze da su u TA tranziti ucestvovali uz ostale prediktivne tehnike, ponasajuci se kao "okidaci" za predikcije koje vec postoje, a nisu svi tranziti svih planeta jednako znacajni u odredjenom periodu.

U tom smislu, ono sto je najvaznije jesu sledeci tranziti:

1. Vladara godine
2. Distributora i njegovih partnera
3.Planeta koje se vracaju na svoju poziciju u natalu
4. Planeta koje su natalno u znaku godisnje profekcije, sto vazi i za planetu koja se nadje u znaku mesecne profekcije
5. Planete koje odgovaraju odredjenom vremenskom periodu ( firdarije )

Sto se tice mesta koja treba razmatrati:

1. Znak godisnje profekcije
2. Mesto odredjene direkcije
3. Natalni Ascedent
4. Uglovi po celim znacima, bilo koja natalna pozicija narocito superiorni kvadrat ( to bi bio MC u odnosu na ASC npr )
5. Planeta koja tranzitira uglom po celim znacima, narocito ako je i na natalnoj poziciji
6. Natalna pozicija vladara godine - LOY
7. Natalna pozicija distributora i njegovih partnera
8. ASC solarne revolucije

Intensifikacije i vreme odredjenih desavanja:

1. Stanice planeta, narocito one kada je malefik van svoje sekte ( kada je planeta retrogradna ili stacionirana, kada menja kretanje u svom povratku )
2. Kada vladar godine ulazi u neki znak koji je istaknut kao ugao ili neko drugo kljucno mesto
3. Kada neka druga planeta ulazi u znak u kome se natalno nalazi vladar godisnje profekcije. Ali ovaj tranzit ne moze u potpunosti da izmeni signifikecije koje obecava LOY.
4. Efekti ce biti narocito vidljivi ako planeta koja tako tranzitira, vlada mesecnom ili dnevnom profekcijom.
5. Efekti ce biti narocito vidljivi ako su te planete i natalno povezane.

Znacajni dogadjaji i kombinacije:

1. Malefici koji tranzitiraju natalno mesto benefika, pokvarice dobro, dok benefici koji tranzitiraju mesto malefika, ublazavaju korupciju, popravljaju stvar
2. Malefik koji tranzitira mesto svetla, narocito ako planete pripadaju razlicitoj sekti: Maras preko Sunca, Saturn preko Meseca
3. Malefik koji tranzitira natalnim uglovima
4. Malefik koji je kontra svojoj sekti ( Mars u dnevnim, Saturn u nocnim kartama npr ).
5. Malefik koji tranzitira natalnog malefika
6. Tranzitne planete u triplicitetima svojih natalnih pozicija
7. Takodje, ako planeta zastaje u svom hodu ( stanice ) u kljucnim i istaknutim znacima
8. Planete u opoziciji sa samim sobom donose opasnosti
9. Saturn koji dolazi na mesto Marsa je los, ali Mars koji tranzitira poziciju Saturna je dobar
10. Ako malefici lepo aspektuju svetla u natalnoj karti, njihov ulazak i tranzit kroz neki znak se nece oscati toliko lose.
11. Signifikacija obe planete koje aspektuju jedna drugu.
12. Znak u kome se desava neki tranzit treba posmatrati kao derivaciju od znaka profekcije.
13. Posmatrajte tranzitnu poziciju LOY u odnsu na vrh godisnje profekcije da biste odredili relevantne pozicije ( npr, 7. znak od godisnje profekcije, ili 5. kuca od vrha godisnje profekcije itd...)
14. Ako su tranzitne planete vec u konfiguraciji u natalu, onda se radi o dogadjaju koji je vec postojao ili je vec odredjen, ako su u aspektu samo u solarnoj revoluciji onda je dogadjaj samo privremenog karaktera, a ako planeta koja ulazi u znak neke natalne ( nisu ni u kakvom aspektu ni u natalu ni u revoluciji ) onda se radi o nekom neocekivanom dogadjaju, ili nekom koji se desava sasvim slucajno.

Iako ovo mozda deluje komplikovano, u sustini je prilicno jasno. Recimo kada vladar godine - LOY, tranzitira znakom godisnje profekcije ( po celim znacima ) narocito ako jos i zastaje u svojoj stanici u tom znaku.

Dalje, u predgvoru Ben Dukes kaze o tome kako se odredjuje mesecna profekcija, pri cemu je godisnja, anualna profekcija pocetak i predstavlja prvu, sledeci znak predstavlja drugu mesecnu profekciju i tako dalje. Takodje mogu se identifikovati jos manje jedinice, dnevne profekcije, pri cemu svaki znak ima vladavinu nad 2,5 dana dnevne profekcije.
Ono sto takodje istice kao vazno je, pogledati u odnosu na znak godisnje, anualne profekcije prisustvo malefika u tom znaku ili znacima koji padaju u uglove u odnosu na znak godisnje profekcije. Isto tako, prisustvo Mladog ili Punog Meseca u znacima uglova u odosu na znak godisnje profekcije. Pretpostavimo da se malefik nadje u znaku kvadrata ka godisnjoj profekciji. Nevolja kojom preti desice se najverovatnije u trenutku ili neposredno posle Madog ili Punog Meseca koji pada u taj znak, u toku godine, kada se aktivira putem mesecne profekcije.

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« Odgovor #1 poslato: јануар 09, 2015, 10:54:26 »
INGRESI PLANETA

Abu Mas'har takodje pise da ulaske planeta ( ingrese)  u neki znak mozemo posmatrati tako sto se domicil planete uzme kao ASC a zatim se posmatraju znaci kojima te dve planete, koje dolaze u kontakt, vladaju da bi se mogao odrediti moguci dogadjaj ovog tranzita.

Recimo, SA vlada Jarcem i Vodolijom, Sunce vlada znakom Lava.
Ako uzmemo da SA nekome staje na SO ( kao nama Strelcevima ) onda mozemo da posmatramo znak Lava kao ASC a Vodoliju kao 7. polje od njega. Ulazak SA i prelazak preko SO donece uticaje njegovog sedmog znaka, sto znaci nesto povezano za partnerstvom, ili otvorenim neprijateljima, sudovima itd...

Takodje, ako u odnosu na Lava posmatramo znak Jarca videcemo da je Jarac u odnosu na Lava njegov 6. znak, sto znaci da ce ovaj ulazak SO0SA moci i da donese nesto u simbolici 6. kuce - naporan rad ali mozda bez puno priznanja, sluzenje, iscrpljenost pa mozda cak i bolest, ali takodje mozda i brigu o kucnim ljubimcima ( bas sam pisala kako je meni pocela godina sa onim malim stenetom, a ovih dana se ozbiljno angazujem oko naseg drustva za zastitu zivotinja i planiram da se volenterski angazujem, samo da ukombinujem vreme koje mi uvek nedostaje...).

Uglavnom, ono kako su strari astrolozi tumacili tranzite ili ingrese planeta, razlikuje se od danasnjeg tumacenja, jer je bilo sistematizovano i postojala je hijerarhija po kojoj su odredjene predikcije delovale. Tako da se tranzit nije posmatrao sam za sebe, vec u sklopu direkcija, profekcija, solarnih revolucija i oni su bili okidaci za odredjeni dogajaj.

Ono sto takodje stari astrolozi isticu jeste da postoje i odredjena pravila kako se neki aspekt u tranzitu moze osetiti.

Pa tako:

1. Ako postoji aspekt izmedju planeta koje dolaze u kontakt u natalnoj karti, dogadjaj koji bi se mogao desiti je nesto sto je vec poznato, ocekivano, sto osoba vec na neki nacin zivi.

2. Ako aspekt izmedju planeta postoji samo u solarnoj revoluciji ali ne i u natalnoj karti, onda taj aspekt moze da donese nesto sto je samo privremenog karaktera.

3. Ako tranzit, ingres i kontakt planeta ne postoji ni u natalnoj karti a ni u solarnoj revoluciji, onda se radi o sasvim neocekivanom, iznenadnom i nenadanom dogadjaju.

Npr. ako neko ima natalno SO120SA pri cemu su ove dve planete vladari uglova 1. i 7. velika je verovatnoca da ce u godini kada se ovaj aspekt ponovi u solaru ili tranzitu, osoba da udje u brak ili zapocne znacajnu vezu, jer se ponavlja ono sto je vec zapisano u natalnoj karti, i sto je obecano da se ostvari.
Ako nema natalnog kontakta SO i SA ali postoji aspekt u solaru, ovo ne moze da se ignorise jer se radi u vaznom i dugotrajnom kontaktu, moze da dodje do neke veze i poznananstva ali koje ne mora da rezultira brakom, ako veza kasnije ne izraste iz okvira ovog aspekte.

Ako se desi da nema kontakta u solaru, ali planeta vrlo brzo promeni znak, kao sto se desilo sada, kada su skoro svi Strelcevi imali u solaru SA u Skorpiji ali vec za rodjendan im je SA krenuo ka SO, postoji velika verovatnoca da ovaj aspekt donese nesto iznenada, neocekivano, nesto sto im nije padalo na pamet da moze da se desi...

SA je nakon izlaska iz Skorpije usao u fazu "relaksacije" pa zato vecina nas kaze da se oseca opustenije, lakse...jer planete u svom odnosu ka SO imaju fazu kada se priblizavaju konjunkciji i kada su u fazi "intenzifikacije" kada se obicno i desavaju neke stvari, napeti smo, u iscekivanju i obicno i slede neki dogadjaji, i zatim nakon konjunkcije sledi faza "relaksacije" ili opustanja, kada dogadjaj jenjava i sve se smiruje...o ovome je pisao Ptolomej u "Tetrabiblosu" i vremenskim prilikama i mundanoj astrologiji, ali vaze i uopsteno.

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« Odgovor #2 poslato: јануар 09, 2015, 23:11:23 »
Kada stignem, prevescu i napisati ( eto SA u Strelcu, u pravu si srkroz  :) ) jos ponesto iz ovih knjiga.

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« Odgovor #3 poslato: април 12, 2015, 20:35:04 »
Evo, iz ugla TA, za pocetak, rec-dve o tranzitima, iz knjige Vettius Valensa, Anthologies:

Transits

The sun: the second, the sixth, and the twelfth are good; the seventh and the fourth are rotten.
The moon: the third, the eighth, and the ninth are rotten; the fifth, the eleventh, and the twelfth are
good.
Saturn: the fourth and the tenth are rotten; the sixth, the eighth, and the twelfth are good.
Jupiter: the third, the ninth, the tenth, and the eleventh are good; the fourth and the seventh are rotten.
Mars: the third, the fourth, and the ninth are good; the /37K/ seventh and the tenth are rotten.
Venus: the third, the seventh, and the eighth are good; the fifth is rotten.
Mercury: the second, the fifth, and the eleventh are rotten; the seventh, the eighth, and the ninth are
good.
The other <numbers> of each star are variable in effect.
If the stars are in the previously mentioned places in their transits, particularly when they hold the chronocratorship in operative places, with benefics or malefics in aspect, then they are bestowers of good or evil depending on whichever aspect prevails. If the <benefics and malefics> are together, a mixture of good and bad will ensue according to the quality of each person’s nativity. Therefore it is always necessary to
observe the places with respect to <the stars’> transits in order to evaluate the chronocratorships.]

The Combinations of the Stars
.

Let us append the associations and combinations of each star.

When Saturn and Jupiter are together, they are in agreement with each other, and they bring about benefits from legacies and adoptions, and they cause men to be masters of property consisting of land, to be guardians, managers of others’ property, stewards, and tax gatherers.

Saturn and Mars are hostile, productive of reversals and ruin. They bring family quarrels, disharmony, and hatred, along with treachery, plots, malevolence, and trials. However, if these stars are not in their own or in operative signs, and if they have benefics in aspect, they produce distinguished and noble nativities, although unsteady in their happiness and prone to unexpected dangers and treachery
.
Saturn and Mercury are allies and productive of activities/employment. They do, however, bring slanders about religion, lawsuits, and debts, as well as disturbances about written matters and money. On the other hand, these stars make men who are not without resources and not unintelligent, with much experience and awareness, and who are curious, far-seeing scholars, seekers after mystic lore, revering the gods, but with much on their consciences.

Saturn and Venus act harmoniously with respect to activities/employment: they promote success with respect to entanglements and marriage, agreeing and beneficial only for a time, not to the end. Indeed they cause abuse, divorces, inconstancy, and death, often entangling men with the base-born and the lowly, and causing them to fall into harm and lawsuits.

Saturn and the moon are beneficial, productive of money, estates, ship ownership, and profits from the deceased, especially if the moon happens to be in the part of its orbit just following first visibility and has benefics in aspect. Then it causes association with the great, gifts, and the discomfiture of enemies. This combination, however, is unsteady with respect to possession, and with respect to women it is insecure
and painful because of separations, hatred, and grief. It also produces bodily suffering, sudden fits, pains of the governing faculties and nerves, as well as the deaths of important figures.

Saturn and the sun are at odds, giving and taking away possessions and friendships maliciously. Therefore those born under such a juncture suffer secret enmities and threats from great persons and are plotted against by some and live hated to the end. Playing their part well, they outlive most <of their enemies>. They are, however, not without resources, but are disturbed and long-suffering. They are selfcontrolled in this onslaught of reversals.

When Jupiter and the sun are together, they produce noble an distinguished men, rulers, governors, dictators, vigorous men, honored and blessed by the crowd. These men are wealthy, rich, living with much spectacle. Sometimes however they are involved in uncertainties and hostility. Especially if the star <Jupiter> is found to be setting, they resort to greater showiness and make a pretense of the truth.

Jupiter and the moon are good, acquisitive: they cause men to be masters of adornments and slaves,and they bestow distinguished offices and ranks. They cause men to benefit from women and distinguished
individuals, to be treated well by family and children, and to be thought worthy of gifts and honors. They make treasurers, men who lend much, who are trusted, and who find treasures and become wealthy.

Jupiter and Mars make glorious and showy characters, friends of the great or of kings, distinguished governors and receivers of stipends, those making a career in public affairs or in campaigns, and those considered worthy of honor and status, but uncertain in their livelihoods and habits, tossing away their possessions.

Jupiter and Venus are good, in harmony, productive of rank and profits, bringing new acquisitions, gifts, adornments, control over slaves, rulerships, the begetting of children, high priesthoods, preeminence
among the masses, honors of garlands and gold crowns. These stars make men who are worthy of statues and images, but they also make them subject to ups and downs with respect to marriages and children.

Jupiter and Mercury are good, in harmony, and supervisory. They make men who are managers, overseers of affairs, in posts of trust and administration. They make men who are successful as secretaries
and accountants and who are respected in education. These are approachable people with many friends, judged worthy of pay and stipends. If Jupiter and Mercury are found in operative signs, they make men discoverers of treasures, or moneylenders who profit from cash deposits.

Venus and the sun are in harmony, glorious, bestowers of good. They cause the association of male and female, they bring gifts and conveyances, and make men successful in their enterprises. Occasionally
they make those men who take on popular leadership or trusts, those who are in charge of foreign/secure places, those thought worthy of stipends. These men, however, are not without grief with respect to wife and children, especially if Venus is setting.

Venus and the moon are good with respect to rank, acquisitions, and the inception of business, but they are unsteady with respect to living together, friendships, and marriage, bringing rivalry and hostility, as well as ill-treatment and upset from relatives and friends. Likewise with respect to children and slaves, these stars are not good: they cause possessions to be fleeting and bring mental anguish.

Venus and Mars are at odds. They make men unsteady and weak of mind; they cause rivalry and murder; they cause men to have many friends, but to be blameworthy, shameless, fickle, and equally prone to intercourse with men or women; to be malicious, and plotters of murder by poison. These stars cause men to remain with neither the good nor the bad, to be slandered and reviled because of their friendships, to be spendthrift, flitting from one occupation to another, to be eager for many things, to be wronged by women and because of them to suffer crises, upsets, and debts.

Venus and Mercury are in harmony. They make men sociable and gracious, gregarious and hedonistic, paying attention to education and sensibility, receiving honors and gifts. For those of mediocre fortune,
these stars bring about the receiving of goods, selling, and exchanges, and they bring a base livelihood. These stars make men unsteady and fickle with respect to women, changeable in their agreements <with
them>.

Mercury and the sun make adaptable men with many friends, those flexible and self-controlled men who spend their careers in public places. These stars make pure, sensible men, men of good judgment, lovers of beauty, learned men, initiates into divine matters, beneficent, fond of their associates, independent, braggarts. These men endure reversals nobly, but are ineffective, suffering ups and downs in their livelihoods, experiencing vicissitudes. They are not poverty-stricken, but find a success proportional to the basis of their nativities.

Mercury and the moon are good with respect to the union and status of men and women, with respect to the power of speech and education, and concerning commerce and other enterprises. They make men who act in common, who are resourceful, experienced, inquisitive. They also cause men to advance by great expenditures, to be very changeable, not persevering in their activities or intentions for the future. <These men are> noble in the face of adversity, but are subject to ups and downs in their livelihood.

Mercury and Mars are not good. They cause hostility, lawsuits, reversals, malice, betrayals, wrongs from superiors or inferiors. These stars make some men athletic, martial, commanding, beneficent, inquisitive <of the occult>, getting a livelihood in a varied manner. They resort to forgery in order to embezzle, steal, and loot, and having fallen into debt and expenses, they bring on themselves infamy and hot pursuit. If the configuration is afflicted, men meet with accusations and imprisonment, and they suffer loss or confiscation of goods.

The sun and the moon are good. They are productive of associations with the great and of high rank, as well as possession of estates, property, money, and adornment. These stars cause men to be successful
in business enterprises and to receive profit. If the basis <of the nativity> is found to be great, men become leaders of cities, in charge of affairs, preeminent among the masses, gifted with a very high public.

 

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« Odgovor #4 poslato: април 12, 2015, 20:37:21 »
The Combination of Three Stars

Saturn, Jupiter, and the sun are unsteady and insecure. <They bring failure> with respect to possessions, friendships, and other business enterprises. They cause loss of possessions, and they cause some to fall into invidious accusations. These stars, having indicated help from unexpected sources
or from legacies, and having increased someone’s reputation, bring ruin and accusation, along with sudden danger and plots. They do cause preeminence, guardianship of others’ business, tax gathering, and salaries, for the sake of which men endure disturbance and crises, but these stars make the basis <of the nativity> insecure and worrisome.

Saturn, Jupiter, and the moon are in harmony, bringing rank and profit, associations with the great, and gifts. Men travel abroad; they succeed in foreign lands or because of foreigners, not only in their own business, but also in others’. Men also derive benefits from women, and coming into possession of estates and land, they become lords. Some become shipowners and thus increase their livelihood, or they manage their livelihood by getting hold of whatever is involved with water.

Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars bring about mixtures of good things. They make some men famous, highpriestly, governing, influential, in charge of the masses, of villages, or of military matters, commanding and obeyed. These men are not adorned with great show of wealth; they are involve in reversals, accusations, and violent affrays; and they lead worried lives. <These stars cause> others to be graced with the possession of an income, to be masters of estates and property, and to profit from the deceased, but their reputation is low. Therefore matters must be interpreted according to the configuration of the heavenly bodies and the effects of the signs.

Saturn, Jupiter, and Venus are good, helpful in occupations, bringing possessions. They cause associations of male and female, as well as friendships, advancement, and benefits from legacies. However in their associations men are slandered and envied; they are unsteady in their marriages, suffering embarrassments, hostility, and judgements. On the other hand, they are fond of their associates and easy to live with, enjoying many new friendships. They are not entirely tranquil, nor do they lack grief with respect to children and slaves.

Saturn, Jupiter, and Mercury when configured together produce vigorous men, stewards, trustworthy, preeminent among the masses, commanding and obeyed, handlers of money and directors of documents and accounts. Such men have an independent and adaptable nature: sometimes they appear malevolent and wicked, and they will become covetous of others’ property, thievish, and greedy, because of which they will endure upsets and crises, debts and public infamy. Sometimes these men advance because
of their success in action and because of their trustworthiness. Then they gain support and are thought worthy of gifts from the great and of honors. Since they have a generous disposition, they will benefit their own family and even others’. They, however, will take part in the mysteries and in esoteric affairs, and in other respects they will inquire into the curious arts and be subtle, pretending that their character is straightforward.

Saturn, Mars, and the sun are indicative of forcible, outré, and dangerous matters. These stars make bold men, men of great ambition, wicked atheists, traitors, insubordinate, men who hate their own families, who abandon their own relatives to go with strangers. They are involved in contumely and dangers. They suffer falls from high places or from animals. They are afraid of burns, and are toilsome in their activities. They do not guard what they already have, but desire others’ goods. They profit from
crime. If, however, the configuration happens to be military or athletic, they are toilsome, but not unsuccessful.

Saturn, Mars, and the moon cause men to be venturesome in their business enterprises and noble, but ineffective, meeting with reversals and violence. They become in turn violent, reclusive, wicked: they have a plundering and thievish disposition,and become defendants in trials. They experience detention and criminal charges, unless of course the nativity happens to be fond of wrestling or of weapons, in which case the “detention” configuration is fulfilled by the holds <of wrestling>. Some become injured or diseased
and will suffer a violent end.

Saturn, Mars, and Venus are favorable at the start of actions, friendships, associations. These stars bring profit, high rank, and political associations. Later, however, men are put into a disturbed state, liable to lawsuits arising from some envy/hatred and treachery. Because of this, such men make accusations and they endure hostility from men and women. They are involved in shameful faults and adultery, and are the object of scandal and denunciation. Some are inclined to unnatural, bisexual vices, and they
become accomplices or participants in crime or murder by poison. Then they suffer no ordinary anxiety.

Saturn, Mars, and Mercury cause crime, treachery, judgements, and alarms. Men go into debts and expenses for the sake of scriptures or mystic lore, and they suffer no ordinary tribulations and ruin. In other cases these stars make men keen and intelligent in business, leading a varied life, maligned by some
because of violent and illegal activities. Occasionally they become involved in toilsome and dangerous business and fall into poverty. Then they blame their own Fortune, blaspheme the gods, and become oathbreakers and atheists. If the stars are not in their proper domicile, they bring criminal charges and
imprisonment. If the stars do happen to be in their proper, operative places, these men will undertake struggles of behalf of others and will generally prevail, or they will profit from documents, from accounts, or from public office, and will increase their livelihood.

Saturn, Venus, and the sun are indicative of lofty associations, honors, and deeds, and they are the cause of high rank, distinction, and preeminence among the masses. They are unstable with respect to property or other matters, and they involve men in ups and downs: they dissolve friendships, effect the reduction of livelihood, and bring public exposure or punishments arising from the betrayal of females or of religious matters. <They cause men to be> unstable and bisexual in their intercourse and other relationships.

Saturn, Venus, and the moon bring vicissitudes and instability of life, especially with respect to wife, mother, and children. They impose bad manners, ingratitude, as well as jealousy and quarrels, divorces,
censure, public exposure, unnatural vices. But in business these men are not without resource, sharp, full of accomplishment, profiting from legacies. They do not however retain this wealth, since they are plotted against by many, and are themselves accomplices in crime and murder by poison, as well as seducers of women.

Saturn, Venus, and Mercury make intelligent, clever individuals, shrewd and designing in their business enterprises. These men, however, are unsteady and frozen in their first enterprises. They become covetous of others’ goods, accomplices in many crimes, seekers of curious lore, flexible, healing,
enjoying newness, change, and travel. If, under these conditions, the configuration is afflicted, or if Mars is in aspect from the right, these men fall into disturbances and trials because of poisonings, of females, or because of legacies, or they suffer a loss of livelihood or an afflicting accusation after being wronged by women. In general they will be insecure and pained with respect to women, children, and slaves.

Jupiter, the sun, and the moon cause distinguished, brilliant, prominent men, supervisors of public, civic, and royal affairs, governors, generals, men without peer, dictators, as well as men who are envied, maligned, and betrayed by some, men who hate their own families, man who change their minds. These men are fickle and mentally unstable, arrogant, planning for their own advantage and falling into vicissitudes. They are adorned with all the pomp of wealth, but do not continue happy to the end; they falter in some things and ultimately come to grief.

Jupiter, Mars, and the sun are indicative of men involved in disturbances and dangers, but enthusiastic and effective in their business enterprises. These men have a share of glory: they are leaders, governors, supervisors of public matters, but are prone to fall because the hatred of the great follows them, along with threats, betrayals, plots from their families, and criminal charges. A few, lifted from average fortune by the favor of the great, have later been ruined.

Jupiter, Mars, and the moon produce shrewd men, bold, public men with many friends, men advancing to high place from humble fortune and thought worthy of trust. These men are governors, athletes, distinguished men, leaders, supervisors of the masses and of districts. They have a share of
offices, stipends, or priesthoods. They fall into reversals and criminal charges, betrayed by their own relatives or by females, and they suffer loss of possessions. Later however they recover them because of religious or other unexpected affairs.

Jupiter, Mars, and Mercury cause vigorous, enthusiastic, active men. They receive a salary for public office or military assignment or for doing royal or civic business. But they are unsteady in their livelihood and spendthrift of their goods. They are however intelligent and trustworthy stewards, easily
straightening out mistakes and laying on others the criticism originally directed at them. They are maligned and fall into reversals. These stars make some men athletes, prizewinners, and trainers, skilled at many things, fond of travelling and profiting in foreign lands, but failing with their own estates.

Jupiter, Mars, and Venus cause men to have many friends, to be easy to associate with, to be thought worthy of association with and help from the great, to be successful and to progress with the help of women. These stars make some men high-priests, prizewinners, athletes, or supervisors of temples or of the masses. They cater to their own pleasures and at times live unsteadily, subject to ups and downs. These men are blameworthy and indiscriminate about sexual matters, experiencing public exposure and betrayal, grieved with respect to children and slaves, enjoying new associations, and enduring separations from women.

Jupiter, Mercury, and the sun cause men to be easily successful in business enterprises and to have many friends, to be thought worthy of trusts, honors, stewardships, association with the great, and success. Some men advance from humble origins and are honored. But they let their possessions slip from their grasp; they are easily deceived, and they become poor for some time. They do many things for religious reasons. They are not without a livelihood, but are supported by unexpected sources of high rank.

Jupiter, Mercury, and the moon make noble, propertied men, shrewd in business, collectors of gifts and sharers in trusts, religious men, intelligent, eloquent, guardians of property and deposits, making their careers amidst documents and accounts. They are lavish, tax-gatherers, stipend holders, with many friends, well-known, trustees, administrators of affairs, generous. These stars also make men athletes, prizewinners, worthy of honors, pictures, and statues, If these stars occur in operative places, they make men discoverers of treasures and overseers of shrines and temples. These men will rebuild, replant, and restore places, and will win eternal fame.

Jupiter, Mercury, and Venus are good, bringing possession of livelihoods and success in business. Men become intelligent, straightforward, generous, sweet, loving their families, cheerful, participants in education and culture, pure, decent, worthy of honor and high rank, associated with the great, and sharing in trusts and stewardships. These men are honored with livelihoods. They foster the young and are fond of education. They are masters of slaves and they rear some and benefit them as if they were their own children. Since they are pious, they know the future from the gods, but they will become unsteady and grief-stricken with respect to wife and children.

Jupiter, Venus, and the sun make men who are spectacular and glorious, but who are also petty, mentally unstable, and arrogant. Sometimes they are liberal and beneficent, though changeable. At other times they are exalted with the help of another person’s fame and possessions, and although coming from humble origins, they become high-priests, prizewinners, leaders, governors, preeminent in public matters, and protectors of the masses. They are thought worthy of honors and gifts and are granted livelihoods. They will however become unnatural and blameworthy in sexual matters. If these stars happen to be rising or in operative places, then these men will be happy with their wives and children.

Jupiter, Venus, and the moon cause vigorous, famous men, high-priests, prizewinners, overseers of temples and shrines, benefactors, men eager for fame, catering to the pleasures of the masses, of cities, or of
villages. These men receive trusts and are thought worthy of honor. They are well spoken of and envied by family and friends, but experience hostility and opposition. With respect to wives and intimate friends, they are unsteady and quarrelsome, living with jealousy and separation and pain, always in suspense. Sometimes they are intimate with relatives, but not even then do they have an undisturbed homelife. They get into partnerships. They will, however, become very spectacular in their manner of life, but they are full
of false show, not of the truth.

Venus, the sun, and the moon cause famous and vigorous men, those who live with ostentation, those who are malicious and blameworthy, slandered by most people and envied/hated by the great and by their friends. They succeed and gain possessions and are raised high by Fortune, but they are also unsteady with respect to wife and children. Otherwise they are fond of their friends and travel much, finding good fortune in foreign lands.

Venus, Mars, and the moon make men who are not without resources and not inactive, but who are also fickle and mentally unstable, quixotic, beginning in confusion and putting <no> end to their affairs. They have great plans, are contemptuous, wandering, bold, public, martial, indiscriminate in their use of male and female partners. They are maligned and fall into insulting treatment and trials, changing friendship into enmity because of their criminal attempts, and failing in their livelihood.

Mercury, the sun, and the moon make revered and pure men, those who play their part well, stewards, and those who share honors and positions. They are benefactors, participants in the mysteries, troubleshooters, and they put on a great show of possessions. They become bodyguards, chamberlains,
and men placed in charge of money, records, and accounts. The speech of such men will be most effective for advice or instruction.

Mercury, the sun, and Venus make polymaths and men of wide experience. These men are noble, prominent in the arts and sciences, worthy of trusts and positions. They easily regret what has been done, sometimes wavering and moved in all directions, or enjoying changes in their occupations. They have many friends, are well known, succeed through their acquaintance with the great, and are honored with a livelihood and high rank, despite being blameworthy.

Mercury, the moon, and Venus make good men, easy to live with, straightforward, generous, with a sense of humor, civic-minded, sharers in education and rhythm, ingenious, of wide experience, neat, pure, simple, participating in religious ceremonies, helpful, envied and hated, unstable in their livelihoods, and indiscriminate in their intercourse with men or women, wealthy, and thrifty.

Mercury, Mars, and Venus when configured together bring profit, high rank, occupations. <These stars make men who are> shrewd in giving, receiving, and undertaking other business, who are stewards, wicked and widely experienced men, men who start their careers with documents and training. They are blameworthy, wasting much wealth, generous, wallowing in loans and debts and defaulting, embezzlers of others’ money, seducers, deceiving with their charm, wealthy, malignant—but repenting of what they have
done.

Mars, the sun, and the moon make bold, manly, reckless, vigorous men. They become athletes and soldiers, rulers and governors, and they make their careers through violent, hateful deeds, in laborious crafts, or in work in hard materials. They fall into reverses and into dangerous situations, and suffer hostility and attacks from the great, but if benefics are in aspect, they maintain the basis <of their nativity> unimpaired.

Mars, the sun, and Venus cause men to have many friends and to be well-known, to be thought worthy of alliances and honors. These men have many resources, love their associates, but are criticized and gossiped about. Their friendships do not last and their accomplishments are fleeting. They desire
much, they spend much, they are wrongers of women, and they are very ready to be insolent. They fall into reverses and hostility through their reckless decisions.

Mars, the sun, and Mercury make men of much experience, inventive in business enterprises. Although careworn and unsuccessful in the goal of their calculations, they prevail unexpectedly. Therefore such men are mentally unstable, reckless, active, hot-tempered; after rushing against their enemies and bringing charges of wrongdoing or damages against them, these men then change their minds. Occasionally they have a cowardly and despicable character. They control their emotions well, play a part, and yield to men whom they should not yield to. For the most part, they have a livelihood subject to ups and downs. On coming into another’s control, they curse their own Fortune.

Mars, the moon, and Mercury make men skillful and ingenious, easily aroused to action and very vigorous, wanting to act quickly, but being remiss, seekers of curious lore, initiates of the mysteries, and
partakers of secret knowledge. They are oppressors, violent, insubordinate, covetous, falling into accusations and suits for damages, into trials and dangers, and they experience alarms because of documents and money. However, these stars do make men wealthy and lavish, although failing in their livelihood.

This then is what we have explained with respect to the distinctive characteristics of individual stars as well as several taken together. If other stars share the configuration (being in conjunction or in
aspect), the reading of the horoscope will be changed according to the nature of the additional star.

However I did not want to continue writing at length about such additional factors, because the old astrologers have expounded them already. The particular effects of the natural influence of each star and sign
will be obvious at once to anyone who pays attention. (These have been explained previously in ourmtreatise.) Therefore it will be necessary to determine how each star is configured in relation to the others: is
it at an angle or rising? Is it the ruler of a lot, of the Ascendant, or of a triangle? Likewise with the sign in which the star appears: is it of its own or of another sect, and which other signs does it have in aspect? If these things are determined, the predictions will be solidly based. If <stars> fall in inoperative places, the <level of> occupation and of Fortune will be less.