Something new for you. The survey that you responded to so actively helped me to realise that many in my audience know astrology quite well, but at the same time there are also many beginners. I decided to start this series of very short, easy to grasp lessons of astrology to help those who would like to learn the basics.
The content will be universal, equally useful for those interested in Magi Astrology or any other kind of astrology. Some people responded to the survey saying that they want to read daily predictions for the signs of the zodiac. I wonâ€™t write such predictions (I did that for too many years in the past), BUT I will teach you how to do such predictions yourself. Youâ€™ll be actually able to write â€˜horoscopesâ€™ for your local newspaper and earn money. And you will do it properly, using the rules of astrology, so that your predictions will really work. These micro-lessons are the very first steps on the path of learning astrology.
One thing is very important: you should actually do what I ask you to do: memorise small amounts of information, learn the symbols and so on. Each lesson will assume that youâ€™ve done your homework with all the previous ones. But donâ€™t feel overwhelmed, I will make sure that the tasks are really doable.
Here is the lesson for today: learn the symbols of the planets and of the signs of the zodiac. Thatâ€™s the language of astrology, you need to know it. You can just google this information, or here is the page with information Iâ€™ve put together myself.
For some planets (Uranus, Pluto) there are more than one symbol, please memorise both. Same is true for Capricorn. Try to draw these symbols a number of times.
Please note that the Sun and the Moon are called planets in astrology, just for convenience.
If you donâ€™t know what are the North and the South Nodes, just memorise the symbols for now.
Finally, may I ask you one thing: if you like the idea of such micro-lessons and think they might be useful for you (even if not the most basic ones but what will come later) â€” can you please respond to this email and write a few words?