DCMACompanion Works to DCMA

May 15, 2020by scorpioking820

References:

  • Introductory course to Medieval Astrology
  • Nechepso-Petosiris
  • Liber Hermetis (translated by Robert Zoller)
  • Dorotheus – Carmen astrologicum (translated by David Pingree)
  • Ptolemy – Tetrabiblos (translated by Ashmand, a different translatiob by Robbins)
  • Julius Firmicus Maternus – Mathesis (translated by Jean Rhys Bram)
  • Vettius Valens – Anthology (Book I translated by the Hindsight Project)
  • Antiochus – Fragments from his Thesaurus (translated by Hindsight Project)
  • Hephaestion of Thebes Compendium (Book I translated by Hindsight Project)
  • Masha’allah – Book of Nativities (translated by Rob Hand)
  • Alkindi – Astrological works (still not in English)
  • Abu Ma’shar – Shorter Introduction to Astrology; Greater Introduction to Astrology
  • Abu Ali Al-Khayyat – On Nativities (translated by James Holden)
  • Ibn Eza – Book of Reasons &Beginning of Wisdom (translated by Meira Epstein)
  • Guido Bonatti – Liber Astronomiae (translated by Robert Zoller and Robert Hand)
  • Guido Bonatti 146 Considerations (translated by Robert Zoller)
  • Luca Gaurico – Opera (still in Latin)
  • Schoner – Opusculum astrologicum (translated by Rob Hand)
  • William Lilly – Christian astrology
  • Morinus – Astrologia Gallica
  • Robert Zoller – Tools and Techniques of the Medieval Astrologer I
  • Robert Zoller – Tools and Techniques of the Medieval Astrologer II
  • Placidus – Primum Mobile
  • Hermes Trismegistus – The Divine Pymander
  • Hermes Trismegistus – Corpus Hermetica
  • The Picatrix (questionably attributed to Maslama ibn Ahmad al-Majriti)
  • Guido Bonatti – Treatise on the Parts
  • Dorotheus – Pentateuch (1st century AD)
  • Poemander (as part of Corpus Hermeticum)
  • Pico della Mirandola – Disputatio contra astrologiam divinatricem,
  • Copernicus – De revolutionibus orbium coelestium
  • Roger Bacon
  • Emmanuel Kant – Critique of pure reason
  • Charles Darwin – Origin of Species
  • Charles Darwin – Descent of Man,
  • Henry Cornellius Agrippa – Three Books on Occult Philosophy
  • Anthony Grafton – Cardano’s Cosmos
  • Pistis Sophia
  • Avicebron – Fons Vitae
  • Ptolemy – Almagest
  • John Dee on Astronomy
  • Works of Aristotle
  • Plato – Timaeus
  • Richard Hinkley Allen – Star Names, their lore and meaning
  • Euclid’s Elements
  • Religions of Profane Antiquity: their mythology, fables, hieroglyphics and doctrines. Founded on Astronomical Principles by Jonathan Duncan.
  • Jacob Boehme – Aurora
  • Sepher Yetzirah
  • Al-Biruni – Instruction in the elements of the Art of Astrology
  • Paracelsus
  • J. Simmonite – Arcana of Astrology

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