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Apr 14, 2015 In similar fashion, Marsilio Ficino expressly described prime matter as created and therefore not subject to generation and corruption. Aristotelians were not always afraid, however, to argue for the eternity of the prime matter: Francesco Vimercato (1512–1569), in his posthumous De rerum principiis, is the most remarkable example. Sparrow moon astrology.

As Lilly notes there are seven days of the week and seven planets and each planet rules or is lord of, one day: Sunday, the Sun; Monday, the Moon; Tuesday, Mars; Wednesday, Mercury; Thursday, Jupiter; Friday, Venus; and Saturday, Saturn. William Lilly, Christian Astrology, p. 482. The origin of the names of the days are explicitly planetary in medieval Latin: dies dominici (Sunday, the lord's day), die Lune, die Martis, die Mercuri, die Jovis, die Veneris, die Saturni.

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Rudhyar had zijn werk over de 'harmonische astrologie', 'The Astrology of Personality' al in 1936 gepubliceerd. Daarin verzette hij zich tegen de deterministische astrologie en inspireerde zich op Jungs begrip van synchroniciteit om de planeten te postuleren als 'afbeeldingen' die gesynchroniseerd waren met menselijke wezens. Pimander – Latin translation by Marsilio Ficino, Milano: Damianus de Mediolano 1493. The Theological and Philosophical Works of Hermes Trismegistus – translation by John David Chambers, 1882. The Corpus Hermeticum from Thrice Great Hermes: Studies in Hellenistic Theosophy and Gnosis, Volume II at The Internet Sacred Text Archive. Rudhyar had zijn werk over de 'harmonische astrologie', 'The Astrology of Personality' al in 1936 gepubliceerd. Daarin verzette hij zich tegen de deterministische astrologie en inspireerde zich op Jungs begrip van synchroniciteit om de planeten te postuleren als 'afbeeldingen' die gesynchroniseerd waren met menselijke wezens.

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Marsilio Ficino Astrology Personality

In English the Teutonic equivalents of the Greek and Latin gods have been used for some of the names of the days, i.e. Tuesday is Tiw's day, the Teutonic god of war; Wednesday is Wotan's day; Thursday is Thor's day; Friday is Frigg's day. The 7 day week comes directly from astrology, the 7 days deriving from their lords, the 7 planets. We would note that from the introduction of the week in the classical period that the order has never varied or been interrupted. For example the adoption of the Gregorian calendar changed the date, but not the endless cycle of the days of the week.

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