The Solar Epoch will be found to develop a scheme of thought that possibly may have been approached by other students of Astrology, but I believe that I may claim to have been the first to put the main idea into concrete form, which was done in a lecture delivered before the British Astrological Society in 1923.
Students of my Manual of Astrology will be familiar with the idea of a ossible interplay of the forces eculiar to the various planes or states of existence, and a study of what is known as the Prenatal Epoch will have prepared the way for the reception of this thesis of the Solar Epoch. For many years the idea has been simmering in my mind, and tending towards expression of a definite nature. The rimary idea was that as Man is composed of a complex nature and is gifted with what may be called interior senses, ca able of responding to some of the finer forces in the universe, so there must be a continuity of matter on the physical plane of existence which affords a medium for the ultimate reception of impressions received from these interior sources.
In short, just as man may be said to consist of Spirit, Soul and Body, so in the physical world he is endowed with an organism ca able of responding to impulses from the Solar, Lunar and Terrestrial lanes of existence. Here is developed the ancient symbolism of the Circle, the Crescent and the Cross. The Circle stands as symbol for the Spirit or the Sun, which is the source of life, the ever-luminous and constant source of heat and light, which are the ultimate expressions on this lane of existence of Love and Wisdom, of Charity and Truth, of Affection and Knowledge, of Action and Speech. Hence there is a dependency from the Supreme Source of all things which finds ultimate expression in the life of mankind.
- THE HOROSCOPE OF BIRTH
- THE LUNAR HOROSCOPE
- THE SOLAR HOROSCOPE
- DIRECTIONAL INFLUENCES