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When Are the Malefics Bad and When Are They Good?

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Based on some of the recent translations of ancient texts, this talk help us take a more complex look at our common assumptions about the malefics Mars & Saturn. Mars and Saturn have traditionally been defined as ‘bad’ planets, the bringers of destruction and doom. This talk will explore their mythic biographies and the reasoning behind their problematical significations in ancient astrology. However, learn how Hellenistic astrologers taught that under certain conditions the malefics can further fortune, success, authority, and leadership.

1 hour 18 min. | audio download | includes handouts

Recorded in Australia 2010

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