Gyroscopic Astrology Synopsis
"Gyroscopic Astrology" provides a synergy of Astrology and Dr Steiners views. This method offers anorganisational doorway,where the principles of Astrology help interpret Steiner effectively, for the benefit of both.
This synopsis of chapters is a compilation of most of the chapters from the four books available on this site.They are organised in such a way as to provide a sequential journey through this material.
Establishing the basic laws of creationAn brief introduction to Steiner and how Steiner extended the works of Goethe.Steiner described the world through what he called two-fold, three-fold, four-fold, seven-fold and twelvefold processes. The author describes how Astrology is built upon the same patterns. The basic 'formula' isintroduced, and is shown to be built firstly upon a structure of astronomical principles and then uponAstrological principles. This structure is further developed (and continues to develop) as an overview of auniversal theorem, which in conjunction with Steiners indications, can be applied very practically to all oflife.
One of the basic assertions of the book is that there is an archetypal order upon which all things arrangethemselves. Once this order is identified and understood then life processes can be approached in aharmonious and realistic manner. For this to be so then the order can be seen at all stages of existence.Several photographs from the Hubble Telescope show the electromagnetic shape of a galaxy.This provides us with the form of a double vortex and the horizontal plane.Further photographs/pictures show how the horizontal plane develops into a lemniscate (or figure 8) alongthe horizontal plane.A summary of these forms indentifies:the vertical and horizontal axis,the double vortex and single vortex form,how matter and energy moves down the vertical axis to the centre and back out along the horizontalplane,how matter organises along the horizontal plane according to the electromagnetic fields of the gyroscopeand there's a lemniscate pulse which can be observed on the horizontal plane which also organises itselfinto this Torus form.8 Pictures and Diagrams
We begin the journey through the Astrological theorem with the practical realities of our environment. Westart with the immediate environment first. We look at the earth, then the atmosphere and how itdeveloped through the life processes, beginning with green algae and development of free oxygen in theenvironment.Then the solar system and Bode's law and how the planets organise themselves according to the electro-magnetic resonance of the solar system.Then the galaxy. Looking at the various shapes and order that is present within the galaxy.5 Diagrams