Predictive Astrology: The Eagle and the Lark, with its many new techniques and concepts, brings predictive astrology into a world of its own. Covers techniques and methods necessary for making accurate astrological predictions. Learn to reveal the future and put various aspects of life into perspective.
For serious astrologers, this book is full of predictive techniques that really work, including cycles, transits, returns, progressions, eclipses, and the clearest explanation of the Saros cycles ever! Describes luminary and planetary arcs, and how to use transits to set up time maps. Brady also interprets progressed planets, waxing and waning orbs, planets changing signs, retrograde motion of transits and lunar phases and how they operate in predictive work. Appendices. Bibliography.
For example, you could look at a client’s transiting Uranus conjunct the natal Sun, define the timing of the transit, give an understanding to the client of the types of events that could occur within the timing and then change gears into the intuitive mode and, using your knowledge of the client and of life itself, indicate the option that will be the most likely.
If you find that you are wrong, then it is an easy matter to see if your astrological logic was at fault. A case of a faulty eagle. Or was it your intuition? The lark needing a bit of work? The real value of such a system is that the feedback on predictive work can be used constructively.
Predictive astrology is a series of decisions which eventually lead to conclusions. If the conclusions are incorrect, then knowledge of the decisions made along the way is an invaluable aid to improving the results. But one of the first decisions that you have to make as a predictive astrologer is to define a model of your understanding of fate.
- The Alphabet
- Working With Transits
- Secondary Progressions
- Time Maps
- Eclipses and the Saros Cycle
- Older Systems
- Once the Lark Sings (Conclusion)