Contents Preface vii List of Figures xiii 1 Introduction to Harmonic Astrology 1 2 Calculation of Harmonic Aspects 13 3 What does the Chart Show? 24 4 From One to Seven 32 Oneness 34 Twoness 37 Threeness 46 Fiveness 56 Sevenness 66 5 The Higher Prime Numbers 76 Elevenness 77 Thirteenness 81 Seventeenness 87 Nineteenness 91 Twenty-threeness 100 Twenty-nineness 107 Thirty-oneness 112 The Higher Prime Numbers in Combination 118 Prime Numbers Beyond 31 122 6 Guidelines for Harmonic Analysis 124 Midpoints and Harmonics 134 7 Case Studies 139 Iris Murdoch 140 Gerard Manley Hopkins 152 Rene Magritte 165 Whitney Houston 175 Patricia Columbo 184 8 Harmonics in Mundane Charts 191 9 Harmonics in Synastry 201 10 Harmonics in Transits and Progressions 219 11 Harmonics in the Zodiacal and Diurnal Circles 235 Overlapping Signs and Houses 242 12 The Future of Harmonic Astrology 249 Appendix I: Chart Data 255 Appendix II: Harmonic Aspects Conversion Table 261 Appendix III: Alicia Gaydos 1965 - 2018 273 References 275 Index 281
David Hamblin was born in 1935, and has a degree in Classics from Oxford University. For many years he was a Lecturer in the School of Management at Bath University, but he took early retirement in 1985 to work as a psychotherapist, having been trained at the Psychosynthesis and Education Trust and at the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling. After taking up astrology in the 1960s, he became a Tutor for the Faculty of Astrological Studies and was also Chairman of the Astrological Association of Great Britain in the 1980s. His book Harmonic Charts (Aquarian Press) was published in 1983 and his book The Spirit of Numbers (The Wessex Astrologer) was published in 2011. Since his retirement as a psychotherapist in 2000, he has written several articles, and has also (his proudest achievement) walked the 630-mile South West Coast Path. He is married, with two daughters and two granddaughters. His email address is pigleystair@ yahoo.co.uk and his website is www.davidhamblin.net.