With the problems raised by modern interpretations of the planets, both inner and outer, it is time to return to a more extensive study of classical sources on rulership. A systematic source for determining the classical rulership for something, this reference is an adjunct for anyone practicing classical style horary, or wishing to add classical methods to their natal work.
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There have been many works listing astrological rulerships of people, places and things. However, especially in the modern era, it's been all too easy to mix rulership concepts indiscriminately, resulting in a large number of rulership attributions that skip between all sorts of schools and philosophies: Hellenistic, classical, modern natal, modern horary, cosmobiology, etc. In this work, Lee returns to the classical sources, and not only extracts the rulerships: she also extracts the sources and page references. Only this way can the student of astrology really understand what is going on in this important, but difficult process. This work lists the planet, sign and house rulerships given in eight major classical sources. These listings give not only the astrological attribution, but the specific source and page reference.
Item; Ruler; Reference
Abandoned Business; 09; AB-276
Abasing; JU; LI-063
Abdomen; 06; PA-044
Abdomen, Inferior Parts; LI; D2-010
Abhorrer of Vices; VE IN 09; GA-059
Abhorring Covetousness; JU; KB-039
Abhors Evil; JU; E1-196
Abodes of the Exiled; ME; E1-200
Abortion; LI; CU-049, KB-024
Abraham's Balm; MA; BL-002
Abraham's Balm; MO; AG-054; RA-063
Abscess ([A/I]mpost[eme]/[ume]); JU; SA-019
Abscess ([A/I]mpost[eme]/[ume]); LE; D2-008
Abscess ([A/I]mpost[eme]/[ume]); MA; D2-020; LI-246; PA-013; SA-020
Abscess ([A/I]mpost[eme]/[ume]); MO; D2-026; KB-068; LI-082; SA-021