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Table of Contents 1. Introduction. What was astrology in ancient Greece and Rome? 2. Origins and types of astrology. The transfer of astrology from Babylon. The pseudo-history of astrology: ¿alien wisdom¿ 3. The product: how to construct a simple horoscope, ancient style 4. Structure and meaning in the horoscope, 1: The aspects and the ¿places¿ 5. Structure and meaning in the horoscope, 2: The zodiac and its signs 6. Structure and meaning in the horoscope, 3: The planets 7. Horoscopes and their interpretation 8. A matter of life and death: ¿Starters,¿ ¿destroyers,¿ and ¿length of life.¿ Some socio-political implications of astrology 9. Conclusion: Why bother with ancient astrology in the twenty-first century?
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Astrology -- History.