To read my review of A History Of Western Astrology, Volume II: The Medieval And Modern Worlds by Nicholas Campion click here.
If you are encountering this essay for the first time, I hope you will find it a helpful guide in understanding the emerging (or perhaps more accurately, re-emerging) perspective of divinatory astrology, especially as articulated in the work of the English astrologer Geoffrey Cornelius. For those of you who have already read my first version of this essay, I hope you will find enough new here to justify your continued interest. Later in this introduction, I will direct you to what is truly new, so that you can skip to those sections if you like. While much of the original essay remains intact, I have corrected several errors and made a number of stylistic changes throughout the whole paper.
Over the past quarter of a century, in a series of journal articles, … continue reading
For the full essay, “Defining the Moment – Geoffrey Cornelius and the Development of the Divinatory Perspective” press here.