Showing posts with label Astrologer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Astrologer. Show all posts

Parapsychology - Who Was Abdelazys Or Alchabitius?

 



Alchabitius was an astrologer from Arabia who lived in the tenth century and was recognized in Europe by his Latin name.

His astrology dissertation was well-received, and it was translated into Latin and issued in 1473.

Other versions have subsequently emerged, the finest of which being Venice's Alchabitius con commento (1503), which was translated by John of Seville.


Kiran Atma

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Parapsychology - Who Was Aben-Ragel?



 



At the beginning of the fifth century, an Arabian astrologer was born in Cordova.

His book of horoscopes, De Judici is seu fatis stellarum, was translated into Latin and published in Venice in 1485.

The amazing precision of Aben-forecasts Ragel's was well-known.


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Parapsychology - Who Was Cyrus D. F. Abayakoon?

 



Cyrus D. F. Abayakoon (1912–1986) was a Ceylon-born astrologer (now Sri Lanka).

Buddhist monks taught him astrology, which was an established science at the time.

He also honed his skills in palmistry and illness cure via Mantra yoga (science of sound vibration through sacred utterance).

He accurately predicted a number of major historical events, including Gandhi's killing, Khrushchev's collapse, Kennedy's assassination, and the Watergate crisis.


Further Reading:


Abayakoon, Cyrus D. F. Astro-Palmistry: Signs and Seals of the Hand. New York: ASI, 1975.

Rahu Pimma [and] Yama Kalaya. Delhi, India, ca. 1957.


~ Kiran Atma

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