- lol, I keep hearing this and I have it sitting at home on ea CD with no way to get WinZip on my computer to read it. Perhaps I should look to see if I canMessage 1 of 35 , Nov 3, 2005View Sourcelol, I keep hearing this and I have it sitting at home on ea CD with no way
to get WinZip on my computer to read it. Perhaps I should look to see if I
can find a printed version of this book? It is a very quoted source and I
feel all left out, lol
>From: Arthyr <awc99@...>
>Subject: [thefixedstars] Complex astrology
>Date: Tue, 01 Nov 2005 09:01:06 -0800
>Ya might wanna read William Lilley's "Christian Astrology." Lilly was
>a very, very accurate astrologer.
>At 04:15 PM 10/31/2005 -0700, Derek wrote:
> >Astrology is infinitely complex. I believe humans could never refine
> >Astrology to a master art, for two simple reasons-- 1 it is beyond man's
> >scope to understand the Divine manner of operations, and 2 because some
> >groups I am in use so many cross-referenced charts for 1 event that it
> >prediction very difficult. To give you some food for thought, anytime
> >purchase anything, you would need a natal chart for it, anytime you talk
> >someone and anything of any value is said, you would need to make a
> >any time you eat food that has a potential to make you sick, you would
> >to make a chart; any time you'll be away from teh house long enough that
> >something could happen to you, you would need to make a chart; and if
> >something happens one day that reminds you of another day, then you
> >the two charts. Not to mention all this, you need to look at the natal
> >chart for your country, state, county, and city to see if any aspects
> >could affect your chart. Don't forget to run progressed charts on all
> >Of course, Astrology isn't really that complex, but one could make it so
> >be 100000% accurate. And eventually, as the complexity of Astrology
> >it may get that way. That is why I prefer to learn what works best, what
> >makes sense, and rely on intuition and common sense to fill in the
- I do have a burnable rom at home, just no software. That jpsplit looks interesting, I ll have to look into that. And actually, I just got moved into a higherMessage 35 of 35 , Nov 8, 2005View SourceI do have a burnable rom at home, just no software.
That jpsplit looks interesting, I'll have to look into that.
And actually, I just got moved into a higher department where I do the same
things but spend on average 10 minutes out of the hour working. So as
soonas I finish copying out the Keys (lol) I am going to start working on
Christian Astrology since those two are probably the hardest/longest reads
of all the books I have.
>From: "Martina" <merskine2@...>
>Subject: Re: [thefixedstars] Re: Complex astrology
>Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2005 11:56:49 -0500
>You know- CD burners are pretty cheap these days,... (as low as 24.00)
>even the CD-DVD burners are cheap,.. (under 50.00 ,..) might be worth
>thinking of upgrading,... I lost my hardrive to a virus, and of
>course hadn't backed up for a long time, because XP is so stable,..
>Just think what you'll lose in personal work if your hardrive dies
>either physically or because its infected? They are easy to install
>BTW,... I've replaced a few of mine and installed them over the years.
>Oh,.. and hard drives just die all by themselves, ya know,.. had that
>to the last one,...
>as for net access,.. you can always try
>one of the free trials at AOL,.. I noticed in the bank yesterday- they had
>the AOL disks for a free 1000 hours sitting there for the taking.
>If only to download some goodies! If you have access to the net at work
>you can split a zip file to fit on floppies,.. its called HJSplit and its