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Power Secrets of Astrology: How to Use Planetary Hours to Plan for Success by [Louis, Anthony]
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  • Publisher: Anthony Louis; 2.0 edition (10 Sept. 2013)
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  • Language: English
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x985e7d08) out of 5 stars Classic Tool for Everyday Timing 22 Sept. 2013
By R. Zamora - Published on Amazon.com
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Although Anthony Louis is not the first astrological author to discuss "planetary hours," he has done the best research, confirmation, and presentation for today's fast paced readers. That "How to Use Planetary Hours for Success" is in electronic format is another unique advance.

I first heard of "planetary hours" from astrologer Arlene Kramer. However, it would not be until I came upon the Chronos-XP Windows desktop program (which Louis mentions) that I began using this technique on a regular basis. The free program is now available in 32 and 64 bit versions. It brings an icon to the screen according to which planet is ruling the current time period and shows the exact moment it starts and ends, accurate to the minute. iPhone and Android users may wish to check out "HOURS" from Sirius Lab for a smartphone planetary hour app. All these programs can be set for one's time zone, and they maximize the value of what Louis says about planetary hours.

Louis explains the origin of planetary hours in the ancient region of Chaldea. In his remarkable way, Louis brings us close to that distant culture, clarifies the logic that led to this technique, and helps us appreciate the practical uses we can make of planetary hours.

Other astrologers have written about planetary hours before. Richard Saunders, an astrologer/physician in 17th century England published one of the earliest astro-medical treatises in the English language. The result of thirty years' practice, Astrological Judgment & Practice of Physick listed which planetary hours were best to administer particular medicines and treatments for various ailments.

Another British astrologer, Luke Broughton, born to a family of well-known astrologers came to America in 1854 at the age of 26. He settled in Philadelphia where he studied natural medicine and graduated from Eclectic Medical College. He practiced homeopathic medicine for most of his career.

At his death in 1899, his daughter took over his astrological practice and oversaw the publication of Broughton's most important book, The Elements of Astrology. In it, Broughton attributed much of his success as a physician to the use of planetary hours.

It's important to note that Anthony Louis himself just retired from medicine. His Kindle book provides a rich guide for planning one's day. By choosing the planetary hour most appropriate to the activity one is performing, there's a better chance for success. You'd have to consult a professional astrologer daily to do better than what Anthony Louis provides in his gem of a book.
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HASH(0x985e7144) out of 5 stars Power secrets of Astrology 30 Jun. 2013
By California Alias - Published on Amazon.com
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Tony s a terrific writer, very easy for readers new to astrology. I've read some of his other works and found them to be very informative as well. Highly recommend this one for new and return readers!
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HASH(0x985e7f60) out of 5 stars A must have Book. 31 Aug. 2013
By Redtag Zone - Published on Amazon.com
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This book has been written with a lot of thought put into it. Tony has a lot of experience but has written this book in a layman's words so they can understand it and practice it. A must have.
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HASH(0x985e7414) out of 5 stars A Basic Introduction to the Planetary Days and Hours 22 Jun. 2015
By Suba - Published on Amazon.com
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Anthony claims Sunday was the first day of the ancient Babylonians' week. He supports this belief with the fact that the Sun is the brightest and most prominent of the "wander[s] in the heavens" (Kindle Location 165): being that this is true, it is only reasonable to assume that the ancients would give primacy to it. While this is an interesting assumption, I find his second argument regarding the placement of the planets during the week in such a way that the masculine planets all fall on an odd numbered day while the feminine planets fall on even numbered day: 1,3,5,7 for masculine dominate planets and 2,4,6 for the feminine, is more intriguing and thought provoking.

Louis gives a very brief historical sketch of the planetary days and hours before jumping into classical associations of each of the planets and giving the reader a few other factors to consider when initiating some action. Some of these other factors are the transits of the moon and the Part of Fortune. His sources for this material come from good websites, Broughton, Leo, Lilly, Raphael, and Coley, to name a few.

While I found a few nuggets of wisdom in the Power Secrets of Astrology, for the most part, Louis's book is filled with planetary and house correspondences that can easily be found on the internet. Between Louis, George Llewellyn's, Planetary Hour Book, and Maria Kay Simms's, A Time for Magic book, I would suggest Simms. While none of them go deep into the historical sources of the planetary rulerships, I found Simms's book to be the most thorough and practical of the three.

If you have limited resources or simply wish for a book that gives a simple introduction to the planetary hours and some things you can work with under those hours, then Louis's kindle book is sufficient. Just don't expect rituals and practices to work with.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x985e7948) out of 5 stars Five Stars 2 Mar. 2015
By yelena - Published on Amazon.com
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Very useful book.
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