During this show astrologers Demetra George and Benjamin Dykes join me to talk about the upcoming conference that we are organizing with the American Federation of Astrologers on traditional astrology.
The conference is titled Traditional Astrology in the 21st Century, In Honor of James H. Holden. It will take place September 22-24, 2011 in Tempe, Arizona.
During the course of the show we cover topics such as our plans for the structure of the conference, what James Holden’s contribution to traditional astrology has been, and where we think traditional astrology is headed in the future as an up-and-coming movement within the astrological community.
This show was recorded on Wednesday, July 6, 2011.
During this show I interview one of the leading scholars on Medieval astrology in the world today, Dr. Benjamin Dykes.
Last month Dr. Dykes published a translation of a Medieval astrological treatise on horary and electional astrology by al-Kindi titled The Forty Chapters. Al-Kindi was an important source for a number of later horary astrologers such as William Lilly, and Dykes’ translation has showed that Lilly’s use of material from al-Kindi was even more extensive than previously thought.
This show was recorded live on Thursday, May 5, 2011 through our now defunct page on BlogTalkRadio.