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INTRODUZIONE ALLASTROLOGIA DEI GRADI Scritti Astrologici di Alessandro Guzzi / Settem re !""! #o$%rig&t ' !""!

Alessandro Guzzi LA TASTIERA IN#O((ENSURA)ILE Un Grado Zodiacale la trentesima parte di un Segno, e ciascun Segno la dodicesima parte dellintera Eclittica, il percorso annuale del Sole apparente intorno alla terra. Ma un Segno anche divisibile per tre, cosa che da luogo ai Decani, o per 2, , parti!ione che da luogo ai D"adasamsas, i #uali $ in ciascun segno !odiacale riproducono la se#uen!a completa di tutti i segni. %ueste indica!ioni servono a comprendere che in &strologia la parte integrale rispetto al tutto, teoricamente completa rispetto al tutto, una miniatura o riprodu!ione in scala dellintero' oggi si potrebbe dire un (rattale. )l grado !odiacale dun#ue una realt* de(inita, viva, palpitante. ) +, gradi di un Segno sono le +, -ibra!ioni attraverso cui il Segno e si esprime nel suo insieme. .on /indi((erente0 avere il Sole a 122 230 &#uario o a 2+,450 dello stesso segno. )l Sole nel primo caso occuper* il 2 grado &#uario, nel secondo caso occuper* il 62 grado dello stesso segno. %uesto avviene in #uanto un grado !odiacale ini!ia a ,2,,,,0 e termina a ,2 7 70, cos8 che un pianeta o punto a ,224420 apparterr* al 42 grado, un altro a 42,,,40 apparterr* al 22 grado, ecc. 9he un pianeta o punto occupino un certo grado signi(ica che partecipano a #uella particolare vibra!ione che #uel grado ed esprime. -ibra!ione signi(ica' complessit* simbolica che sviluppa una determinata tenden!a energetica, carattere, destino. ) signi(icati simbolici attribuiti a ciascun grado !odiacale sembrano talvolta derivare dalle stelle (isse che si trovano sullo s(ondo del grado medesimo, ma la correla!ione grado$simbolo #ualcosa di occulto che stata investigata anche da veggenti che non avevano alcuna conoscen!a della posi!ione delle Stelle (isse in longitudine eclittica: a tal proposito baster* citare lo studio di Mar; E. <ones che con lausilio di una veggente riusc8 a compilare lintera se#uen!a simbolica dei gradi !odiacali, se#uen!a che (u poi reinterpretata anche da =udh>ar. &utori che si sono dedicati a #uesta se!ione misteriosa dell&strologia sono &lan ?eo, Sepharial, 9harubel, ?Eclair, @o!mins;>, <ones, =udh>ar, <andu!, @oppeAan, Bem>ss ed altri, e tutti hanno dovuto (ar in #ualche modo ri(erimento alla tradi!ione antica, o riportata in vita tramite ricerche bibliologiche o attraverso contatti psichici. )n )talia la #uestione stata del tutto trascurata in tempi moderni, ecce!ion (atta per &ndr ?Eclair, al secolo &driano 9arelli, che io ho avuto il piacere di conoscere e (re#uentare per un certo periodo. ?Eclair, uomo sensibile ed eclettico dedicC ai gradi una lunga medita!ione e scrisse un libro sullargomento che (u tradotto e pubblicato dalla &merican Dederation o( &strologers. )n )talia: nella versione originale in )taliano, a dire il vero il libro, edito in modo (ortunoso, #uasi introvabile. Billem @oppeAan nel suo Zodiac )mage Eandboo;, vasta opera in tre volumi sul signi(icato dei gradi, utili!!a due sorgenti o sentieri per indagare il mistero di una materia molto ina((errabile' la raccolta di immagini di <andu! e #uella di <onesF=udh>ar. /Madame Du!Ga $ scrive @oppeAan $ che scrisse con lo pseudonimo di <andu!, originale nella sua interpreta!ione cabalistica dei simboli dei gradi, il che vuol dire che prende in considera!ione #uattro diversi livelli di coscien!a spirituale, riguardo ai #uali si basa su Hapus Ivedi la descri!ione del grado ascendente di #uestultimo sul 432 di ?eoneJ. Kuttavia, nella sua pre(a!ione del 47+7, <andu! rimane nel vago riguardo alle vere (onti delle sue immagini. .omina il medico e astrologo inglese del L-)) secolo =obert Dludd, che pubblicC una lista di immagini dei gradi, ciascuno dei #uali semplicemente riportato come /buono o cattivo0. 9iC puC avere a che (are con la sorgente della nostra corrente gallese4 . Kuttavia <andu! accenna ad un legame piM importante per la nostra attuale ricerca, #uando svela di essersi basata su &ntonio Norelli, sebbene %uella che arriva a 9harubel, al secolo <ohn Khomas, veggente e astrologo gallese (osse a conoscen!a che sia Kolomeo che Manilio si erano occupati dei simboli dei gradi.0 E**etti+amente la ,-olas*era. di )orelli /astronomo e astrologo italiano del 0-II secolo12 tradotto da Se$&arial2 de+e essere stata la *onte $rinci$ale dellis$irazione di 3anduz4 -ediamo a tal $ro$osito e ad esem$io2 limmagine del $rimo grado di Ariete nella -olas*era5 , Un uomo *orte in $iedi2 +estito di $elli o di sto**e $esanti2 grezze e senza una *orma $recisa4 Le s$alle sono 6uasi nude4 Nella mano *a oscillare una mazza in e6uili rio4 La *igura ric&iama un Ercole4.

Her lo stesso grado <andu! scrive nella tradu!ione di De ?ipsis' / Un uomo robusto, dalle membra pesanti, in piedi, camminando, la sua mano destra bilancia un randello, la sinistra appoggiata sullOanca: una pelle di bestia o una sto((a grossolana, messa di traverso al corpo attenua la nudit*. D* unOimpressione di poten!a tran#uilla ma decisa.0 ?e assonan!e tra le due immagini sono davvero molteP )l discorso (atto (in #ui riguarda le immagini o i simboli dei gradi !odiacali, che sorgono dallanima pro(onda del veggente da una memoria ancestrale o da un contatto particolare I channelingJ di cui parla <ones, che per la serie dei suoi gradi utili!!a la medium Elsie Bheeler. Diverso ciC che dobbiamo dire sulla loro interpreta!ione, ovvero sulla lettura e deci(ra!ione della scena o degli oggetti o (igure descritte, dai #uali si desumono per analogia, correla!ione simbolica, intui!ione ecc. signi(icati particolari per la vita ed il destino di un soggetto. %uesto un compito che puC essere svolto a diversi livelli a seconda del grado di ispira!ione dellinterprete. ?interpreta!ione nella norma coinvolge purtroppo livelli piM super(iciali della mente, ed il rischio di non attingere alla pro(ondit* del simbolo sempre presente. .elle religioni u((iciali, popolari e codi(icate, linterpreta!ione del testo diviene sempre strumentale e politica. / Se guardi il suolo ci parlerai solo del prato, se guarderai a me!!aria vedrai gli alberi, se guarderai in cielo vedrai la grande!!a di Dio, e saprai allora che essa di((usa anche sul suolo e a me!!aria.0 Esistono nella tradi!ione gradi !odiacali luminosi e oscuri, e spesso gli interpreti con minore pro(ondit* desperien!a, si possono (ar trascinare in drammati!!a!ioni indebite. E evidente che non esiste solo la luce totale o il buio assoluto, e che tutto puC essere rabbuiato o riscattato dalla luce. E anche vero che risulter* piM di((icile vivere dovendo puri(icare energie molto /congestionate0, ma nella dimensione spa!io$temporale nella #uale dobbiamo vivere, risultano spesso molto piM creative proprio le condi!ioni piM congestionate e apparentemente piM dense o buie, una volta che vengano riscattate ed utili!!ate al positivo. ?a congestione dipende da un eccesso e leccesso piM di((icilmente organi!!abile. )l semplice si gestisce meglio, ma il semplice per noi uomini una meta non uno stato dini!io. ?o stesso discorso applicabile agli aspetti /avversi0 o /s(avorevoli0, #uali le #uadrature o le opposi!ioni, i #uali se riscattati, possono emettere in positivo un enorme poten!iale energetico, #uale il trigone o il sestile non potrebbero mai produrre. Su #uesto punto sono daccordo tutti i Maestri. Her gli scopi pratici dello studioso, il (atto sicuro che la natura o energia di un certo grado !odiacale tinger* e compenetrer* a (ondo #uella del pianeta o punto cardinale che lo occupa, salvo che, per utili!!are lastrologia dei gradi sui punti cardinali come &S o M9, dovremo essere sicuri dellora di nascita del soggetto al minuto di tempo. & conclusione di #uesto breve studio vorrei riportare le immagini riguardanti il medesimo grado nelle raccolte di alcuni &utori, per con(rontarne il simbolo. )l grado che scelgo per il nostro esempio sar* il 78 di #a$ricorno' #&aru el5 .Un la irinto.4 La -olas*era5 ,Un cuore tra*itto da un c&iodo.4 (ar9 Edmund 3ones /nella +ersione iniziale dei gradi2 ciclostilata e di**usa ai suoi studenti15 ,Un rituale magico molto com$lesso +iene mostrato4 :igura centrale5 un $otente $ro*eta; $esanti a iti lo +elano4. (ar9 Edmund 3ones5 /ultima +ersione15 ,Un $otente $ro*eta +elato4. Dane Rud&%ar5 ,Un $ro*eta +elato $arla $osseduto dal $otere di un dio4. 3anduz5 ,In un interno scuro2 due uomini ed una donna sono in concilia olo2 e2 da+anti a loro sono $oste delle $iccole statuine ed un cuore tra*itto da c&iodi4. LEclair5 ,La S*inge4. Isidore <ozmins9%5 ,Unar$a con le corde rotte2 un +olto arra iato al di so$ra di essa4.

& mio giudi!io tutte le immagini riportate raccolgono unimpressione di un #ualcosa di pro(ondo e comune che puC essere descritto in modi diversi. %ualcosa che unisce tutte le immagini. Evidentemente perC il grado risponde anche alle condi!ioni in cui opera allinterno di una certa carta celeste' tipo di pianeta che occupa il grado stesso, aspetti che lo coinvolgono, condi!ioni del pianeta governante il segno e senso generale della carta. & ragione <ones, nel suo Sabian S>mbols I&urora HressJ, de(inisce di volta in volta, il possibile in(lusso al positivo ed al negativo del grado stesso. .el caso del 52 di 9apricorno scrive con la consueta maestria' %uesto un simbolo delle illimitate poten!ialit* della natura nel senso della sua pronte!!a a corrispondere alle esigen!e (isiche e psicologiche delluomo, e della necessit* che egli eserciti il suo potere, #uale (ondamento della sua sicure!!a di (ronte allo s(or!o ed al caos di tutti i giorni. -i #ui unesalta!ione delle inespresse risorse inerenti allintera personalit* ed una drammati!!a!ione del successo #uale essen!a dellautoreali!!a!ione. ?a parola chiave SUH=EM&Z)&. %uando positivo, il grado rappresenta unin(allibile intui!ione delle motiva!ioni degli uomini ed un conseguente dono nellorgani!!are i loro s(or!i tendenti a #ualsivoglia linea di reali!!a!ione, mentre #uando negativo rappresenta lincapacit* a distinguere valori veri dai (alsi. <ones recepisce limmagine del pro(eta come essen!ialmente positiva, tanto piM che la parola inglese prophet signi(ica anche /persona con una comprensione spirituale e morale superiore alla norma0 IBebsterJ. Egli rappresenta la complessit* dellintera personalit*: il (atto che sia /velato0 signi(ica che non cosciente di tutte le sue energie creative o che opera in modo incosciente Ilasciandosi compenetrare dalle energie. )l suo io, durante il rituale, come cancellato o nascostoJ, non tanto dun#ue che egli nasconde il suo vero intento. )n e((etti, oltre al resto, egli /si vela0 dinnan!i agli altri ipotetici partecipanti al rito. %uesto potente pro(eta non solo in grado di prevedere il (uturo ma, come mago, crede che la sua autoreali!!a!ione si (ondi sul dominio delle (or!e naturali. E chiaro che al negativo tale grado puC produrre un uso distorto del potere derivante dalla mancata distin!ione del bene dal male, tanto piM pericolosa dati i poteri inerenti a #uesto tipo di personalit*. 9i troviamo in 9apricorno, in Decano di 9apricorno en el D"adasamsa dei Hesci, che va da 2,,,,0 a 52+,,,0 del segno. Si tratta dun#ue di una !ona dellEclittica a dominante Saturno$.ettuno$Giove. )lluminante a tal proposito ciC che scrivono Sa;oian e &c;er nel loro Khe Zodiac Bithin Khe Zodiac, un testo dedicato interamente ai D"adasamsas ' 9oloro che hanno #uesto D"adasamsa prominente nel loro oroscopo possono perseguire le loro ambi!ioni attraverso luso della loro immagina!ione creativa e della loro intui!ione. &mano rimanere segreti e programmare dietro le #uinte. Spesso piM intuitivi, visionari, espansivi, e sensibili allestetica rispetto al classico 9apricorno, sono in grado di a((errare tracce sottili e s(umature, e costruire con esse abili strategie, atte a reali!!are le loro ambi!ioni. 9 il pericolo di divenire preda di paure inconsce e nevrosi che si mani(estano in un bisogno irra!ionale di sicure!!a materiale ad ogni costo. Spesso sono preoccupati di preservare la loro reputa!ione. %uesti soggetti possono diventare amministratori o organi!!atori di istitu!ioni religiose, scolastiche, culturali o governative. %ueste stesse considera!ioni valgono sempre, e sono applicabili a tutti i +6, gradi dello Zodiaco ed alle immagini a cui danno luogo. )n de(initiva che ciascuna macro$!ona dellOEclittica, #uale un segno intero, sia QcoloritaQ da una certa #ualit* energetica, non cO nessun dubbio: come corollario a #uesta((erma!ione perC altrettanto vero che anche una micro$ !ona dellEclittica #uale un singolo grado, ha una determinata coloritura, che s8 subordinata a #uella della macro$!ona a cui appartiene, ma che altrettanto importante ed ha un suo carattere speci(ico. & ciascuna delle macro$!one che consideriamo unit* o insiemi, appartengono dun#ue delle micro$!one, o sottounit* che sono da considerarsi sotto$insiemi. ?O Eclittica per l&strologia che pratichiamo lOUnit* base, perchG al di l* del Sistema Solare non spingiamo la nostra gi* titubante intelligen!a, sebbene le Stelle Disse che sono dei Soli di altri sistemi, possano venir considerate nei temi di grandi uomini, dei geni, degli eroi, e naturalmente in #uelli degli Stati. &l di l* dellEclittica e del suo 9entro, possiamo astrattamente e con un senso di paura pensare al centro della Galassia che attualmente corrisponde a 262 2 Sagittario. ?OEclittica viene divisa in 42 se!ioni che sono i Segni. 9iascun Segno conta innumerevoli sistemi di divisione che risalgono alla tradi!ione egi!iana, caldea ed indiana' i Decani, le Dacce, i Kermini, i D"adasamsas Idivisione

per 22+, che genera 42 segni allinterno di un segno a partire dal segno stessoJ, gli &sterismi della ?una Idivisione dellintera Eclittica in parti!ioni di 4+22,J, i .ovamsas Idivisione per +22, che genera 7 parti!ioni allinterno di un segno a partire dal segno stessoJ ecc. Harti!ioni molto piccole come i D"adasamsas si avvicinano molto alla misura del singolo grado, e la perce!ione dellEclittica come di unincommensurabile tastiera di cui si conoscano i singoli suoni unincantevole, #uanto ancora abbastan!a misteriosa realt*. )n #uesto senso si puC comprendere lenergia di un aspetto planetario' essa come il calore di una (iamma ossidrica applicato ad una ruota di (erro. )mmaginiamo di applicare #uesta (iamma ad un certo punto della ruota' il calore che investe il punto esatto in cui la (iamma lambisce direttamente il (erro, si espande anche lateralmente sia a destra che a sinistra per una certa misura oltre la #uale non piM avvertibile. )l calore massimo sul punto che riceve la (iamma e va diminuendo via via che ci si allontani da #uel punto. =i(erendoci allEclittica, un aspetto che coinvolge un certo grado produce un massimo e((etto su #uel punto, ma si espande anche oltre, verso destra e verso sinistra, diminuendo di intensit* via via che da #uel punto ci si allontani, (ino a terminare del tutto #uando ci si sia allontanati abbastan!a. ?a tradi!ione, ad esempio per lopposi!ione, dice che laspetto dura ancora 3F4, gradi oltre il punto esatto, ma chiaro che a 4, gradi dal grado esatto, lin(luen!a dellaspetto sar* molto minore. =ER I LETTORI #>E #ONOS#ONO LINGLESE .elle pagine seguenti ho inserito la serie dei +6, gradi dello Zodiaco, nella versione che Mar; Edmund <ones ciclostilC e distribu8 ai suoi studenti. <ones ottenne #uesta serie di gradi con lausilio della veggente Elsie Bheeler in unintera giornata passata nel Nalboa Har; di San Diego. Hrima di lavorare con la Bheeler, <ones aveva gi* (atto dei tentativi con Zoe Bells, unaltra medium di sua conoscen!a, che perC in seguito aveva considerato troppo /colta0 per garantire una totale /innocen!a0 dinnan!i al simbolo che doveva nascere nella sua mente. Gi* in #uelle prime sessioni perC, <ones ri(erisce di essere stato /cosciente Ise pur lo eroJ solo e soprattutto con il mio istinto, di uno strano legame genetico di una #ualche natura che si riallacciava ecce!ionalmente allindietro allantica Mesopotamia o persino a (onda!ioni ancora precedenti dellintelligen!a umana, verso cui lei mi spingeva sempre di piM, e con un ini!iale scetticismo scienti(ico a #uel tempo non presi la cosa con troppa seriet*, e cos8 molto si perse.Q Sa ian S%m ols (ar9 Edmund 3ones aries &ri ,4 & "oman has risen (rom the "ater: a seal has emerged also, and is embracing her. &ri ,2 & comedian is entertaining a group o( (riends. &ri ,+ & cameo sho"s the pro(ile o( a man that suggests the outline o( his countr>. &ri ,1 K"o lovers are strolling through a secluded "al;. &ri , & "hite triangle is seen: it has golden "ings. &ri ,6 & blac; s#uare stands (irml>, illumined red on one side. &ri ,5 & man comes (or"ard (lushed "ith the success(ul and simultaneous eRpression o( his talents in t"o separate realms. &ri ,3 & large old$(ashioned "omanOs hat is revealed "ith streamers (l>ing in a sti(( bree!e (rom the east. &ri ,7 & seer ga!es intentl> into a cr>stal ball be(ore him. &ri 4, & savant is revealed, a man "ho has created ne" (orms (or old s>mbols that have lost their meaning. &ri 44 Khe president o( the republic or the ruler o( his countr> is presented. &ri 42 & (loc; o( "hite geese is seen in (light overhead. &ri 4+ & bomb that has (ailed to eRplode is no" sa(el> hidden (rom discover>. &ri 41 & serpent is circling a man and a "oman "ho are ver> engrossed in each other. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 44 &ri 4 &n )ndian is silentl> but de(tl> "eaving a bas;et in the light o( the setting

sun. &ri 46 Nrightl> clad bro"nies are seen dancing in the "arm d>ing light. &ri 45 K"o prim spinsters are sitting together #uietl>. &ri 43 &n empt> hammoc; hangs bet"een t"o lovel> trees. &ri 47 & magic carpet hovers over the depressing realit> o( ever> da> li(e in an industrial area. &ri 2, & >oung girl is seen (eeding the s"ans in a sheltered public par;. &ri 24 & pugilist (lushed "ith li(e and strength is entering the ring. &ri 22 & handsome grilled gate"a> opens to the garden o( all desired things. &ri 2+ & "oman clothed in the delicate tints o( earl> summer is seen carr>ing a heav> and valuable >et veiled burden. &ri 21 &n open "indo" o( an old$(ashioned room is seen, the net curtain is blo"ing in"ard into the shape o( a cornucopia. &ri 2 & double promise revealed b> some suggestive event o( both immediate or literal and sentimental signi(icance. &ri 26 & man is seen burning to incandescent heat "ith the "ealth o( that "hich he has to give. &ri 25 & panorama o( blending events out o( the past sho"s the regaining o( lost opportunit> through the imagination. &ri 23 & large audience is seen reAoicing in some disillusionment to "hich it has Aust been subAected. &ri 27 & celestial choir has risen to sing. &ri +, & duc; pond is revealed , on "hich a >oung brood o( duc;lings are disporting themselves. taurus Kau ,4 & clear mountain stream (lo"s steadil> through a roc;> de(ile. Kau ,2 & brilliant electrical displa> illuminates the heavens and the (orests beneath. Kau ,+ & beauti(ul eRpanse sho"s natural steps leading up"ard to a la"n o( clover in (ull bloom. Kau ,1 Khe rainbo"Os pot o( gold is revealed in the midst o( sho"er o( spar;ling and (lashing colors. Kau , & >outh(ul "ido", (resh and soul$cleansed (rom grie(, ;neels at a grave to receive the secret o( eternal li(e. Kau ,6 & delicate cantilever bridge is in process o( construction across a high narro" gorge. Kau ,5 Tut o( the past comes the "oman o( Samaria to dra" "ater (rom <acobOs "ell. Kau ,3 & sleigh "ith all the suggestive "armth o( the "inter season speeds over ground on "hich the sno" is >et to (all. Kau ,7 & 9hristmas tree, bending "ith its "eight o( gi(ts, is illumined at the end o( a vast dar;ened hall. Kau 4, & prett> lass in =ed 9ross uni(orm is hurr>ing about the duties that a "arm s>mpath> has dictated. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 42 Kau 44 & "oman, cool in sunbonnet and simple garments, is leisurel> "atering long ro"s o( (lo"ers in (ull bloom. Kau 42 & #uite >outh(ul >oung couple is "al;ing do"n a bus> street, stopping to peer into ever> "indo" "ith Ao>(ul glee. Kau 4+ & man ver> cheer(ul in his "or;ing clothes is handling a mountain o( baggage the best he can. Kau 41 Several children are splashing "ith delight in a receding tide, and at their (eet are shell(ish groping (or shelter. Kau 4 & man in evening clothes, mu((led to breast the storm through "hich he "al;s, >et "ears his top hat ra;ishl>. Kau 46 &n old man is attempting "ith a degree o( success unsuspected b> him to reveal the M>steries to a motle> group.

Kau 45 &n imaginative battle is under"a> bet"een s"ords Ithe disciples o( mightJ and torches Ithe disciples o( enlightenmentJ Kau 43 & "oman is holding a linen bag out o( her "indo" to give it (resh air and sunshine. Kau 47 & ne"l> (ormed continent is seen , (resh and green "ithin its setting o( interminable ocean. Kau 2, ?ight scurr>ing "isps o( clouds are streaming in rapid movement across the s;>. Kau 24 & moving (inger points to the signi(icant passages in a large open boo;. Kau 22 & "hite homing pigeon (lies straight a (earlessl> over a broad bod> o( troubled "ater. Kau 2+ & magni(icent Ae"elr> shop is revealed , containing ever> conceivable article o( value o( beaut>. Kau 21 & mounted )ndian brave rides proudl> "ith human scalps as trophies at his belt. Kau 2 & magni(icent public par; spreads its charm be(ore the e>e in a vista that a"es the lo(tiest spirit. Kau 26 & Spanish gallant stands at the "indo" grill o( his love, serenading her "ith the so(ter melodies o( night. Kau 25 & hopelessl> "ithered old )ndian s#ua" , "ith a clear light persisting in bead> e>es, is selling trin;ets. Kau 23 & "oman in middle li(e stands in rapt sudden reali!ation o( (orgotten charms, in uneRpected recover> o( romance. Kau 27 K"o garrulous cobblers are "or;ing side b> side on their ancient bench. Kau +, & peacoc; parades its splendor on the #uiet la"n o( an old palace garden in digni(ied silence. gemini Gem ,4 & glass$bottomed boat dri(ts silentl> and easil> over a constantl> shi(ting panorama o( marine "onders. Gem ,2 & nervous gentleman dressed in an elaborate Santa 9lause costume is (illing 9hristmas stoc;ings (urtivel>. Gem ,+ &n etching or rare beaut> displa>s a charming court li(e at the garden o( the Kuileries under ?ouis L)-. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 4+ Gem ,1 & series o( rooms in a hospitable house, opening one into another, are decorated gail> "ith holl> and mistletoe. Gem , & publication devoted to some vital moment (or human "el(are (launts an attention$compelling cover. Gem ,6 )n (laring arti(icial light, amidst ghostl> steam escaping through the rigging, grim> "or;men are drilling (or oil. Gem ,5 &n old (ashioned "ell, still >ielding the purest and coldest o( "aters, stands invitingl> near a shade o( trees. Gem ,3 & great industrial plant is closed do"n and around it mills a cro"d o( agitators and stri;ing "or;men. Gem ,7 & medieval archer stands "ith ease o( one "holl> sure o( himsel(, bo" in hand and #uiver (illed "ith arro"s. Gem 4, &n airplane dives to"ard the earth as though (alling, but rights and recovers itsel( "ith smooth grace(ulness. Gem 44 & ne" real$estate subdivision is revealed "ith "ide paved streets, ornamental lights and a (e"$ ne"l>$built houses. Gem 42 & little blac; slave girl o( ante$bellum da>s, "ith crin;l> hair and sauc> e>es, demands her rights o( her mistress.

Gem 4+ Khe great artist, a "orld (amous pianist, sits at his instrument on the stage o( a huge auditorium. Gem 41 K"o people at "idel> di((erent points are in conversation "ith each other b> means o( telepath>. Gem 4 K"o Dutch children in their immaculate native costumes are stud>ing their lessons together. Gem 46 & "oman agitator stands upon a plat(orm, ma;ing an impassioned plea to a surrounding group in men. Gem 45 Khe head o( a handsome >outh(ul athlete slo"l> changes into a di((erent t>pe o( beaut>, the mature thin;er. Gem 43 Standing apart (rom the passing stream o( "ell$dressed shoppers, t"o 9hinamen in San Drancisco are tal;ing 9hinese. Gem 47 )n the somber archives o( a sedate museum a large archaic volume is some"hat conspicuousl> displa>ed. Gem 2, & sel($service restaurant, the ca(eteria such as originated in ?os &ngeles , displa>s its inviting steam tables. Gem 24 & throbbing mass o( humanit> have pac;ed the con(ines o( a cit> s#uare: it is a labor demonstration. Gem 22 &n old$(ashioned harvest home (estival is at its height "ith (lashing dancing couples cro"ding the barn (loor. Gem 2+ Khree (ledglings , secure in their nest high in the tree, alread> reveal deep pride o( their heritage. Gem 21 & group o( care(ree children, gail> dressed (or their sport, are s;ating about smoothl> on a bac;"oods pond. Gem 2 & gardener, "ith all o( a motherOs care (or her child, is trimming a magni(icent ro" o( tropical palms. Gem 26 Khe "inter (rost has stolen through the "oods and given to the trees and underbrush a "itching cosmic lacer>. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 41 Gem 25 & >oung g>ps> >outh comes springing out o( the (orest, regarding the spreading vista be(ore him "ith deep interest. Gem 23 & man is leaving a courtroom "ith miRed (eelings o( relie( U determination: he has Aust passed through ban;ruptc>. Gem 27 Eigh in a tree that has given onl> the (aintest evidence o( returning spring, a moc;ing bird delivers its repertoire. Gem +, & t>picall> &merican conceit is seen: a parade o( bathing beauties be(ore the Audges and cro"d at a seaside resort. cancer 9an ,4 & man upon a ship stands impatientl> "ith a (lag in his hands, read> to run it up in place o( the one no" (lo"n. 9an ,2 &n alert and eager individual rests upon a magic carpet, observing a vast level vista over "hich he hovers motionless. 9an ,+ Khrough the cold dar;ening depths o( a .orthern can>on a man all bundled up in (urs leads a shagg> reindeer. 9an ,1 )n an imaginative tableau a hungr> cat is seen arguing earnestl> "ith the mouse "ho is to be her victim 9an , & man in an automobile, maddened b> the lust (or speed, races "ith a (ast rain and loses: he is ;illed. 9an ,6 )t is in the (lush o( spring, and innumerable "ild or game birds are seen (eathering their nests. 9an ,5 )n a (air> glade, in a #uiet circle o( moonlight, t"o o( the little people are eRecuting a (anci(ul dance. 9an ,3 &n imaginar> land o( rabbits is revealed , "ith its citi!ens (aultlessl> dressed and on digni(ied parade. 9an ,7 & little miss, innocentl> devoid o( an> suggestion o( clothing, leans over to catch a gold(ish in a spar;ling pond.

9an 4, & large and beauti(ul diamond, in the hand o( the lapidar>, is no" to be cut to its (ull per(ection. 9an 44 & clo"n is ma;ing merr>, gentl> caricaturing all manners o( human traits "ith his grimaces and pantomime. 9an 42 & slant$e>ed 9hinese "oman is nursing a bab>, and about the child is the glorious nimbus o( divine incarnation. 9an 4+ & hand, "hich is held out receptivel>, is remar;able (or the suggestion o( character in its prominent thumb. 9an 41 & ver> old man, (eebleness adds strangel> to his dignit>, stands alone, (acing the dar;ness in the northeast. 9an 4 & group o( merr> sluggish individuals are resting: the> have over eaten most indiscreetl> and enAo>ed it. 9an 46 & (uturistic editorial o((ice provides unconscious s>mbolism: table , manuscript, martial visitor, all are s#uare. 9an 45 & huge precious stone is so cut that its principal (acet mirrors the "hole scene be(ore it in spar;ling miniature. 9an 43 Tn all sides is the bustle o( the barn>ard, and its old$(ashioned and natural li(e a hen cluc;s among her chic;s. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 4 9an 47 & (ragile miss , representative o( proud old blood, is "ed b> a pompous priest to an eager >outh o( the ne" order. 9an 2, During celebration o( some (ete the canals o( -enice are cro"ded: in a gondola are serenaders merr>$ma;ing. 9an 24 Khe magni(icent opera house "ith its glittering audience rests in silence: the prima donna is singing. 9an 22 & >oung "oman, neatl> attired in outing clothes, e>es so(tened b> dreaming, a"aits a sailboat headed to"ard her. 9an 2+ & serious little stud> group, a literar> club, has met (or social and intellectual (ello"ship in some memberOs home. 9an 21 Khree casta"a>s, a "oman and t"o men, stand on a bit o( glorious sunlit land (acing the broad southern ocean. 9an 2 & leader o( men erect and (earless suddenl> (inds thro"n across his right shoulder an invisible mantle o( po"er. 9an 26 Khe magni(icent , luRurious librar> o( some "ealth> home is revealed: among the cushions several guests are reading. 9an 25 )n a normall> peace(ul can>on, "ith "ealth> secluded ranches, a (urious storm seems to multipl> its terrors. 9an 23 &n &merican )ndian girl, college trained but returned to her people, see; to "in their (riendship (or her lover. 9an 27 & Grecian pastoral allegor> is seen: a peasant lass is mother o( t"ins and these a Muse no" "eighs in golden scales. 9an +, & Daughter o( the &merican =evolution "al;s proudl> to the rostrum: it is the meeting o( some "omenOs societ>. leo ?eo ,4 & (at and normall> good$natured little man o( a((airs is bursting "ith determination to have his o"n "a>. ?eo ,2 Several children are having holida> together: an epidemic o( mumps has given them ne", not unpleasant (ello"ship. ?eo ,+ & "oman o( middle >ears is bobbing her hair (or the (irst time: a loo; o( rebellion melts to surprised anticipation. ?eo ,1 &n elderl> man in evening clothes, o( poised and militar> bearing, stands alone be(ore a lovel> mounted moose head. ?eo , Tverhanging a vast can>on, but giving evidences o( thousands o( >ears o( survival, are suggestive masses o( granite. ?eo ,6 & s"eet old$(ashioned belle and a pert and attractive little modern

(lapper, stand in mutual env> o( each other. ?eo ,5 Khe night heavens are seen in their "onder, as on the desert "hen the moon is dar;: the constellations are at pla>. ?eo ,3 & man o( mean and lo" appearance, but "ith the burning (ire o( a great cause in his e>es, is stirring up discontent. ?eo ,7 )n a scene o( "eird displa> and brilliant colors, glass$blo"ers produce one$b>$one the marvels o( their cra(t. ?eo 4, Ever>"here there is a spar;le and nature is revealed in pastel colors: the earl> morning de" salutes the sunlight. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 46 ?eo 44 Neneath a huge oa;, "hich holds bac; the rising heat o( noon, some children potter at their games in a great s"ing. ?eo 42 <apanese lanterns, music (rom a string ensemble U an animated inter"eaving o( color(ul (igures mar; a garden part>. ?eo 4+ & bit o( green grass be(ore a neatl> (lo"ered cottage b> the sea supports a chair in "hich an old sea captain roc;s. ?eo 41 )n the (orm o( a cherub, "hispering so(t coaRing in "ords into ever> receptive ear, a human soul see;s eRpression. ?eo 4 Khe great &merican carnival, Mardi Gras at .e" Trleans, is seen "ith a "ealth o( (loats, decorations and merriment. ?eo 46 Khe sunshine (loods the sleep> village street , a storm has le(t ever>thing drenched, and "ondrousl> re(reshed. ?eo 45 & volunteer church choir is seen during rehearsal , (ar more interested in social than musical elements o( the occasion. ?eo 43 &n instructor in chemistr> is conducting an eRperiment be(ore his class, in the midst o( a ma!e o( apparatus. ?eo 47 & clubhouse built on a (loating barge is gail> decorated, and cro"ded "ith revelers: the "ater re(lects its lights. ?eo 2, & group o( prehistoric &merican )ndians are seen in the course o( an elaborate and impressive invocation to the sun. ?eo 24 & (e" chic;ens "ho have gotten at some (ermented seed, and are happil> intoRicated ?eo 22 & carrier pigeon comes s"i(tl> through the earl> light o( morning, and (lutters to the (eet o( a group o( (anciers. ?eo 2+ Khe scene is a circus$cro"ded "ith spectators, and in a moment o( hush a barebac; rider per(orms eRtraordinaril>. ?eo 21 & strange (igure is revealed, out"ardl> unprepossessing, untid>, un;empt, he is a >ogi o( transcendent po"ers. ?eo 2 & solitar> camel crosses the desert "ith his rider: he is indi((erent to the ha!ards o( storm and lac; o( supplies. ?eo 26 & per(ect rainbo" (orms slo"l> in the summer rain as the sun begins to brea; through the rather thin cloudban;s. ?eo 25 Tver at the eastern edge o( the night the strea;s o( da"n appear: graduall> the mounting light "ipes out the stars. ?eo 23 )nnumerable little birds have settled do"n upon one large tree: the> chirp happil> to each other in endless ro"s. ?eo 27 & mermaiden has climbed to the roc;> shore o( a blea; coast: she a"aits the prince "ho "ill bring her immortalit>. ?eo +, )nto a letter is poured vital and con(idential in(ormation: it is (olded care(ull>, but the envelope is not sealed. +irgo -ir ,4 & manOs head is revealed : it is a portrait in "hich the artist has sought to ideali!e the best o( human character. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 45 -ir ,2 & simple but impressivel> large "hite cross has been set up in splendid isolation on top o( a commanding eminence.

-ir ,+ & glorious vision un(olds over a little struggling (amil> in the "ilderness: t"o might> angels bringing protection. -ir ,1 & little chocolate pic;aninn> is pla>ing "ith "hite children: neither he nor the> are a"are o( the racial di((erence. -ir , & man lies dreaming in the shade o( an )rish countr>side: his dreams bring to him the pla>(ul little people. -ir ,6 9hildrenOs voices , and smiles o( elders: it is a merr>$go$round "ith blatant music and unrestrained Ao>ousness. -ir ,5 Khe "omenOs #uarters o( an Triental palace are revealed: here are the bright and una(raid e>es o( cloistered souls. -ir ,3 & poor little rich girl , not above (ive >ears o( age, is given "ith much attendance a (irst dancing lesson. -ir ,7 &n earnest but bi!arre loo;ing individual is painting on a canvas: his art is (uturistic and unintelligible. -ir 4, &s i( in a moment o( vision a man is seen possessed o( t"o heads: both o( these loo; out and be>ond the shado"s. -ir 44 & beauti(ul bo> is revealed: he is all bo> in ever> "a> , but in him lives the ideali!ation o( a "ise mother. -ir 42 & bride rises laughingl> , >outh(ull> radiant in her "hite, "ishing to scold the groom "ho has snatched "a> her veil. -ir 4+ & statesman stands be(ore the mob: his strong hand can be seen in a trans(orming o( h>steria into ne" enthusiasm. -ir 41 & large sheet o( parchment is covered "ith (inel> lettered names and m>sterious lines: it is a splendid (amil> tree. -ir 4 & hand;erchie( o( the (inest linen and oldest lace lies (olded near milad>Os mirror b> a bottle o( rare per(ume. -ir 46 Khe delighted children are cro"ded about a cage in the !oo: an orangutang is sitting is a spot in the a(ternoon sun. -ir 45 & vast displa> o( cosmic (orces is seen in the eruption o( a volcano "ith dust clouds, (lo"ing lava, earth rumblings. -ir 43 K"o giggling >oung girls are sitting (acing each other, ;nees tightl> touching, "or;ing a ouiAa board on their laps. -ir 47 Khere is a color(ul galler> on the "arm summer da>: in the clear blue "ater a s"imming race nears its decision. -ir 2, & group o( old$(ashioned automobiles comprise a caravan o( settlers on the move: a (resh enthusiasm mar;s the part>. -ir 24 & large cheer(ul but bare room holds t"o teams o( (resh >oung girls engaged in a laughing game o( bas;etball. -ir 22 Upon rich velvet in a case, at an eRhibition, is an eR#uisitel> "rought miniature: a Ae"el$set ro>al coat$o($arms. -ir 2+ & man clad in ga> colors o( the circus rushes into the barred arena "here un"illing animals a"ait his bidding. -ir 21 & large boo; (or children is open at a colored page: here Mar> "ith her >ello" curls leads an immaculate "hite lamb. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 43 -ir 2 & large glorious public building is seen set in a spacious part: be(ore it a (lag moves "ith the bree!es at hal($mast. -ir 26 & highl> ritualistic service is in process: o((iciating priests are automatons, a bo> "ith a censer is rapt$e>ed. -ir 25 )n the luRurious #uarters o( a home (urnished in delicate period st>le elderl> ladies are enAo>ing a(ternoon tea. -ir 23 & bald$headed man in uni(orm completel> dominates an assembl> o( men, diplomats, scientists, and industrialists. -ir 27 & scholar has Aust succeeded in deciphering an archaic manuscript: it holds (or him an idea (or "hich he has long sought. -ir +, & suburbanite grins: an emergenc> call to the house o( a neighbor (rees him (rom some item o( household drudger>. li ra ?ib ,4 & s>mbolical painting is seen: a beauti(ul butter(l> meeting sacri(icial death through an impaling dart o( "isdom.

?ib ,2 & ne" s>mphon> is pla>ed b> the orchestra: the music dramati!es racial progress (rom aspiration to reali!ation. ?ib ,+ & ne" da> da"ns "hen the light permits the recognition o( detail it can be seen that all things are changed. ?ib ,1 & group o( students o( higher truth in summer con(erence are seated about a camp (ire in unconscious meditation. ?ib , & teacher o( the occult betra>s his possession o( the real ;no"ledge b> the inspiration o( his gathered students. ?ib ,6 & pilgrim sits on a rustic bench and one$b>$one his ideals in a sort o( trance vision ta;e (orm be(ore him. ?ib ,5 &n eccentric old "itch is (eeding her chic;ens and see;ing to alla> their (ear o( a ha"; "hom she has Aust tamed. ?ib ,3 )n the depths o( the "oods is an abandoned (arm: in the deserted house a (ireplace bla!es merril> and m>steriousl>. ?ib ,7 Khree Tld Masters hang together in an art galler>: the> have a room to themselves and seem to hold converse. ?ib 4, Hlacid "aters are revealed at the bottom o( a narro" rapids: a canoe is rapidl> and surel> approaching. ?ib 44 & ;indl> old pro(essor, (rom IbehindJ his battered des; loo;s out over his e>eglasses at a class eagerl> a"aiting his "ords. ?ib 42 & "or;erOs shi(t is (inished and the miners emerge (rom their grim> hole into the da>light and li(e above ground. ?ib 4+ & childrenOs birthda> part> is in progress: on a side porch a group o( >oungsters are blo"ing soap bubbles. ?ib 41 Khe court>ard o( a Spanish hacienda in a tropical countr> is revealed: in its shade the master ta;es a noon siesta. ?ib 4 &n odd loo;ing collection o( machiner> parts lie together: all are ne" and read> to use, all are circular. ?ib 46 Khe storms o( the "inter have "ashed a"a> the boat$landing: some happ> souls at the beach resort are building one. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 47 ?ib 45 & retired sea$captain, still resplendent in his uni(orm, (re#uents the doc;s (rom "hich the "orldOs commerce departs. ?ib 43 K"o men are placed under arrest and ta;en a"a> to give an accounting (or their acts be(ore a tribunal o( societ>. ?ib 47 & gang o( robbers are seen in hiding, read> and anRious to attac; the heavil> armed caravan Aust coming into sight. ?ib 2, )n a tin> room ridiculousl> cluttered "ith manuscripts and boo;s sits a <e"ish rabbi at ease "ith sel( and "orld. ?ib 24 )t is a hot Sunda> a(ternoon in summer and upon the beach is a milling cro"d enAo>ing precious ocean (reshness. ?ib 22 & little child is laughing as the "ater is turned into an artistic little (ountain and as the birds hurr> to drin;. ?ib 2+ & chanticleer mounts the corner post o( the (ence: never "ill the da> again be greeted "ith the enthusiasm no" born. ?ib 21 & marvelousl> colored and (igured butter(l> is spread be(ore the e>es: on its le(t is an eRtra and third "ing. ?ib 2 & little bo>, rebellious against school, "atches a (luttering autumn lea( that seems to spell out his lesson (or him . ?ib 26 )n an allegorical representation an eagle and a large "hite dove are revealed constantl> changing into each other. ?ib 25 ?i;e a great soaring bird $ a single brilliant spot in the bright s;>$ an airplane overhead sails about calml>. ?ib 23 & man stands alone in surrounding gloom: "ere his e>es open to spirit things he "ould see helping angels arriving. ?ib 27 )tOs a seerOs dream: vast masses o( humanit> push (or"ard in (rantic

e((ort to cross the blac; chasm o( ;no"ledge. ?ib +, Khe phrenologist is reading bumps (or his clients: he eRplains three mounds o( ;no"ledge on a philosophers head. scor$io Sco ,4 & sight$seeing bus is threading its "a> through cro"ded cit> tra((ic: its occupants eagerl> vie" the sights. Sco ,2 Bhat has been a handsome and valuable bottle lies bro;en and (orgotten: a trac; o( living per(ume leads (rom it. Sco ,+ &t a clearing o( pioneer da>s in the (orest all the neighbors have gathered to assist in a happ> house$raising. Sco ,1 )n an old$(ashioned candle lighting service a >outh gains (or the (irst time a sense o( the great other "orld. Sco , & massive roc;> shore presents its unchanging (ace o( the centuries to the (uries and coaRing calms o( the sea. Sco ,6 SutterOs river empire o( earl> 9ali(ornia is seen: then all is s"ept a"a> in the spectacular gold rush o( 4317. Sco ,5 & #ueer cra(t e#uipped "ith special machiner> is the base o( operations (or courageous divers o( the deep sea. Sco ,3 & beauti(ul gem o( a la;e set high in the mountains is revealed in the silver> bathing light o( a (ull moon. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 2, Sco ,7 & dentist hard at "or;: man made porcelain replaces natureOs enamel "hich consciousness has been unable to hold. Sco 4, & (ello"ship supper is served to a group o( men brought together in reunion to live again in (orgotten moments. Sco 44 Khere is great eRcitement on the narro" and treacherous beach: (inall> a dro"ning man is saved and brought ashore. Sco 42 & brilliant assembl> o( dignitaries is seen on a highl> polished dance (loor: it is an important embass> ball. Sco 4+ )n a rattle trap old "ooden barn an earnest man "or;s in a ma!e o( apparatus: invention at the point o( success. Sco 41 Khrough a seemingl> inaccessible mountainous countr> the telephone linemen carr> their thin lines o( communication. Sco 4 )n unconscious occult s>mbolism a group o( laughing , Ao>ous children are pla>ing on (ive mounds o( sand. Sco 46 & girlOs (ace is revealed o( (ine , delicate, aristocratic (eatures: suddenl> these brea; into a glorious smile. Sco 45 & "oman is great "ith child: the remar;able thing is that she "as impregnated b> her o"n spirit or aspiration. Sco 43 & "inding #uiet road, carpeted b> the (alling leaves, leads through an old (ashioned "oods rich in autumn color. Sco 47 & "ise old parrot has been listening attentivel> to the conversation and preening himsel(: no" he begins to tal;. Sco 2, &n immensel> tall entrance"a> is closed b> heav> and dar; velvet portieres: a "oman in "hite dra"s these aside. Sco 24 & soldier runs the ris; o( court$martial in remaining absent "ithout leave, but a lovel> miss clings to him. Sco 22 & group o( hunters protected b> heav> clothing are ma;ing their "a> out into the marsh to shoot "ild duc;s. Sco 2+ & little "hite rabbit rests contentedl> in his cage: be(ore the e>es he metamorphoses into an el( in a (air> glade. Sco 21 & stead> stream o( people do"n a mountain side gives testimon> to the po"er o( the man "ho has there addressed them. Sco 2 &n R$ra> machine is in operation: b> means o( it a bit o( (ine diagnosis is made possible, and a li(e is preserved. Sco 26 & group o( &merican )ndians are ma;ing camp: as i( b> magic the teepees are erected and home com(ort established.

Sco 25 Scintillating "ith the (lash o( the instruments and the colors o( banners and uni(orms, a militar> band is marching. Sco 23 & pageant o( (air>land is made visible to mortal e>es: the ;ing o( the little people is "elcomed to his domain. Sco 27 Dlan;ed b> the splendor o( an )ncan monarchOs court a mother o( captured princelets pleads archl> (or their lives. Sco +, Khe to"n Aester is in his element: it is Eallo"een and there is no" Austi(ication (or an> and all o( his pran;s. sagittarius Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 24 Sag ,4 & group o( elderl> men in uni(orms, e>es bright "ith reminiscence, are gathered at a Grand &rm> o( the =epublic camp(ire. Sag ,2 & #uic; "ind is ma;ing sport "ith the sea: through sharp mist as (ar as sight reaches are scurr>ing "hitecaps. Sag ,+ K"o men, lounging in the com(ort o( an old dra"ing room and "ith strong pipes, are pla>ing a games o( chess. Sag ,1 & little child is learning to "al;: nearIb>J are happ> parents "ise enough to re(use unnecessar> assistance. Sag , &n o"l is gravel> perched high and deep in the shade o( an old landmar; o( a tree, solitar> on a point o( land. Sag ,6 Khere is a great displa> o( color coming and going in a large concourse o( people: it is a cric;et game. Sag ,5 & little (ello" sl> and smiling ;noc;s at the door o( the human heart: it is none other than cupid himsel(. Sag ,3 )n the caldron o( the universe the roc;s and "orld stu(( are in the process o( (ormation: the metals glint "ithin. Sag ,7 & mother is leading her children up a broad (light o( steps. the> enAo> the tas; o( li(ting little (eet. Sag 4, )n a pageant o( progress a glorious little maid "ith golden hair enacts the part o( the goddess o( opportunit>. Sag 44 &n ugl> old human (igure is the carved representation o( a god: near the le(t side is an ever$burning lamp. Sag 42 )n a curious allegorical trans(ormation a (lag becomes an eagle , and the eagle becomes chanticleer triumphant. Sag 4+ & "ist(ul >oung "oman, dressed in blac;, is surprised into a "arm companionship to "hich she has (elt alien. Sag 41 & vast panorama o( sand and time is un(olding : the p>ramids and sphinR in their glor> rise be(ore the e>e. Sag 4 Khe time is at hand to determine "hether "inter shall end: the ground hog comes (orth loo;ing (or its shado". Sag 46 & peace(ul scene is un(olded to vie": a calm ocean, a single motionless ship, a (e" la!> soaring seagulls. Sag 45 &n Easter sunrise service is abut to begin at the suggestion o( da"n: dar;ness surrenders to the "orshipers. Sag 43 ?ittle children are pla>ing on the sultr> beach: but each is protected (rom the glare b> a tin> sunbonnet. Sag 47 Khe pelicans have been distressed b> the intrusion o( man: the> are moving their habitat to places un;no"n. Sag 2, Khe pond has been deepl> (ro!en (or "ee;s: no" the men and machiner> are at "or; cutting out the summerOs ice. Sag 24 & child and a dog are having all the (un in the "orld, gravel> attending to things in borro"ed e>eglasses. Sag 22 & per(ect bit o( the old "orld is (ound in the ne": a 9hinese laundr> has its shutters up and is no" itsel(. Sag 2+ Nathed in the slant"ise "estern sun , "ith the statue o( libert> be>ond, Ellis )sland "elcomes the immigrants.

Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 22 Sag 21 Khe bluebird, as a sign o( good luc;, and happiness, alights at the door o( a little cottage on the high"a>. Sag 2 & chubb> little rich bo> rides on a hobb> horse o( bright colors and "ishes (or ha!ards he ma> never ;no". Sag 26 Khe scene is an old$(ashioned battle: in the hot hand$to$hand (ighting a (lag bearer distinguishes himsel(. Sag 25 & sculptor is at "or; in his studio, and under his s;illed hands a lovel> (orm slo"l> and surel> ta;es shape. Sag 23 & splendidl> built bridge, a heritage o( un;no"n ages, still spans the beauti(ul and "ildl> primitive stream. Sag 27 & perspiring (at$bo> is mo"ing the grass: he has discovered the handicap o( (lesh and is determined to lose it. Sag +, & picture o( regal and sacerdotal pomp and glor> reveals itsel(: the Hope is holding audience in his palace. ca$ricorn 9ap ,4 &n )ndian chie( is standing be(ore the assembled po"$"o" o( tribes and demands recognition, coldl> and regall>. 9ap ,2 Khree stained glass "indo"s in an old cathedral are seen, and the center one has been damaged b> bombardment. 9ap ,+ Khe human soul is visuali!ed as hovering spirit eager and receptive to the lessons to be learned (rom li(e. 9ap ,1 & group o( merr>$ma;ers are embar;ing in a large canoe on the magic little lantern$lit la;e at the resort. 9ap , &n &merican )ndian encampment rests b> the side o( a canoe$(illed stream and on the shore a "ar dance commences. 9ap ,6 & dar; arch"a> in the (orest leads to greater depths and dar;ness be>ond, in its shade lie an even ten logs. 9ap ,5 & highl> sophisticated magic ritual is displa>ed "ith the central (igure as a heavil> veiled prophet o( po"er. 9ap ,3 & huge living room in an old (ashioned (rame mansion is (looded "ith sunlight and the canaries are singing happil>. 9ap ,7 Khere is a vast stretch o( heavenl> realm and across it an angel carr>ing a harp comes leisurel> but surel>. 9ap 4, Tn the dec; o( an old (ashioned sailing ship seamen are taming an albatross that (eeds (rom their hand, 9ap 44 )n a #uiet and landscaped portion o( a vast private estate a group o( pheasants displa> their brilliant colors. 9ap 42 & student is lecturing and conAuring up dancing pictures o( distant "onders be(ore each listener. 9ap 4+ Nac; against the mountains to"ards the East that (ringe the roo( o( the "orld a (ire "orshipper is meditating. 9ap 41 & vast pile o( Ma>an ruins in tropical &merica discloses a per(ectl> preserved bas$relie( carved in the granite. 9ap 4 )t is the childrenOs "ard in the hospital "ith an abundance o( to>s, boo;s, and gi(ts (or the >oungsters. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 2+ 9ap 46 Khe high school grounds are alive "ith (resh vitalit> as the bo>s appear in their g>mnasium suits. 9ap 45 & mature but long repressed >oung "oman is bathing surreptitiousl> in the nude and (inding released in spirit. 9ap 43 Drom the proud ne" "arship o( Nritannia in to;en o( her maritime po"er (lies the Union <ac; in calm dignit>. 9ap 47 & little miss o( about (ive has gone to mar;et "ith a huge shopping bag and is #uite as adult as an>bod>.

9ap 2, Khere is no service in the church but rising (ull and clear come the voices o( a hidden choir in rehearsal. 9ap 24 ERcitement thrills the grandstands during the rela> race as each runner springs to place "ith eagerness. 9ap 22 Khe de(eated general >ields up his s"ord but in (ailure he "ins (or his cause a dignit> that is real success. 9ap 2+ Khe arm> is erect in a long (aultless line as resplendent o((icers con(er upon a private t"o a"ards (or braver>. 9ap 21 Khe convent lies bet"een gnarled old trees as a ver> picture o( peace and a "oman approaches this sure haven. 9ap 2 Khe little bo>s are "elcomes to the store o( the genial oriental rug dealer (or rare (un in piled so(tness. 9ap 26 )n a little glade never t rod b> the (oot o( man and in the mist o( a "ater(all dances a care$(ree "ater sprite. 9ap 25 & part> o( anchorites are ma;ing a mountain pilgrimage and in vie" lie both the bus> "orld and the #uiet "a> ahead. 9ap 23 & large aviar> built as a "ing to a rural mansion reveals a host o( singing and contended (eathered citi!ens. 9ap 27 &(ternoon tea is served in a g>ps> parlor patroni!ed b> socialites and here a >oung lad> reads tea leaves. 9ap +, )n the mahogan>$paneled and magni(icentl> (urnished directors room a secret business con(erence has begun. a6uarius &#u ,4 &n old adobe mission rests in the shelter o( the 9ali(ornia hills and seems as ancient as the mountains behind it. &#u ,2 &n uneRpected thunderstorm brea;s over the parched lands o( the river empire and its terror is "elcome relie(. &#u ,+ & deserter (rom the nav> stands suddenl> a"are o( the da"ning truth that (reedom is never the result o( compromise. &#u ,1 & Eindu pundit emerging (rom the sleep> and idle "armth o( his hut suddenl> glo"s "ith a m>stic healing po"er. &#u , )n the land o( shades a grave council o( the ancestors o( a man o( "orld importance has been called to guide him. &#u ,6 Khe stage is diml> lit (or an allegorical drama and a solitar> per(ormer carries the thread o( m>ster>. &#u ,5 )n a (antas> presented b> the children o( an eRclusive school a huge egg crac;s to reveal a cherubic miss. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 21 &#u ,3 Khe (all$(ashion displa> has opened in the (ine stores and in their "indo"s are beauti(ull> go"ned "aR (igures. &#u ,7 & student sits in #uiet meditation and be(ore his e>es a (lag seems to (orm and then changes slo"l> into an eagle. &#u 4, & man o( stature has been catapulted into ephemeral popularit> and unspoiled he plans (urther achievements. &#u 44 &n artist has "ithdra"n (rom (riends and all accustomed haunts to be alone "ith a ne" inspiration Aust (orming. &#u 42 & magni(icent painting presents li(e as a broad stair"a> "ith the landings IasJ various grades o( li(e. &#u 4+ Under the shade o( the porch o( an old$(ashioned hotel in a happ> little village hangs a sedate barometer. &#u 41 & long and heav> train climbs the steep mountain grade and at last a tunnel o((ers a shortcut to the other side. &#u 4 K"o little love birds are sitting on a (ence singing to each other and advertising their happiness to the "orld. &#u 46 Khe active eRecutive o( a large corporation sits at his des; immersed in

the details o( some business proAect. &#u 45 Khe master is sleeping in the little hut near his ne"l> discovered gold mine "ith his (aith(ul dog on guard. &#u 43 Khe mas#uerade has been long in progress and laughing >oung ladies at last have (orced the (inal male to unmas;. &#u 47 Tn ever> hand are the still smo;ing embers but the (orest (ire is out and the "ear> (ighters are most Aubilant. &#u 2, & large "hite dove circles about and about overhead and then descends and proves to be a carrier "ith a message. &#u 24 ?eaving the room is a "ell$groomed and stri;ing and conspicuousl> solitar> "oman long disappointed and disillusioned. &#u 22 & ne" deep and velvet$li;e carpet has been placed in an air> nurser> and the happ> children revel upon it. &#u 2+ & big trained bear sitting on a chair especiall> built (or him is "aving all (our pa"s in grotes#ue (ashion. &#u 21 & man obviousl> o( the "orld has turned his bac; on passion and is giving people a deep and und>ing "isdom. &#u 2 & butter(l> struggles to emerge (rom the chr>salis and it seems that the right "ing is more per(ectl> (ormed. &#u 26 Khe batter> man at the automobile service station IisJ about to inspect a customerOs car and has his h>drometer in hand. &#u 25 )n the #uiet o( the a(ternoon in the cool o( an art connoisseurOs librar> is an old potter> bo"l "ith (resh violets. &#u 23 Khe pioneer cottage is prepared (or "interOs rigors "ith a tree (elled and sa"ed (or (uel and all else in order. &#u 27 Khe beauti(ull> "inged insect has Aust come (orth into glorious adult being on completion o( its metamorphosis. &#u +, & m>stic and traditional Nab>lon has sprung into delicate "hite bloom. Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 2 $isces His ,4 Khe public mar;et is thronged "ith people and all are good$natured and hurried on a late Saturda> a(ternoon. His ,2 &lmost as i( possessed "ith manOs intelligence a tin> s#uirrel remains "atch(ul on a limb hidden (rom the hunterOs . His ,+ & dull eRpanse o( roc;> (ormations turns out to be a petri(ied (orest or an eternal record o( li(e lived long ago. His ,1 Khe narro" isthmus bet"een t"o summer resorts both spar;ling "ith li(e carries cro"ded holida> tra((ic sa(el>. His , Khrough the spacious grounds o( the church are strung <apanese lanterns (or a ba!aar o( merr> hearts and (aces. His ,6 &ll the traditional dignit> o( Best Hoint is seen in the parade o( o((icersin$ the$ma;ing under the setting sun. His ,5 Tver the stre"n and irregular masses o( stone at the shore is lo"$ l>ing (og, but on one roc; a cross rests. His ,3 & trim and splendid >oung miss at the camp o( a semi$militar> organi!ation blo"s her bugle triumphantl>. His ,7 & tin> Aoc;e> (rom his magni(icent horse loo;s about eagerl> and as the race starts he becomes a god o( speed. His 4, &s a tin> (lec; o( dust in the s;> an aviator sails across the hori!on in absolute master> o( these higher realms. His 44 & group o( serious$e>ed, earnest $(aced men are see;ing illumination and are conducted into a massive sanctuar>. His 42 & convocation o( the ?odge o( )nitiates has brought the earthOs glorious souls in spirit to eRamine candidates. His 4+ )n a still corner o( the museum are "eapons o( long ago and in a glass

case, b> itsel(, is a single venerable s"ord. His 41 & >oung lad> (rom top o( coi((ure to tip o( toes is regal and she displa>s so(t beaut> o( (ace above (oR (urs. His 4 &n o((icer in un;empt campaign uni(orm is preparing to drill men dressed in militar> tops #uite "orn (or "ear. His 46 )n the sacred #uiet and a(ternoon hal($lights o( the museum a >oung art student drin;s in pure inspiration. His 45 )n the boulevard sunshine the promenade o( "ealthOs Easter is seen and in poorer #uarterOs is e#uall> brave sho". His 43 Khe celebrated revivalist has erected his huge tent, no" "armed b> music, lights and the smell o( sa"dust. His 47 Khe >oung man and old one have "al;ed "ear> miles but as master and pupil the> neither are (atigued. His 2, Khe "indo" o( a (armhouse >ields its vie" o( so(t purple (ields and the table is set (or a #uiet supper. His 24 & child "ho is strange to rural li(e has ta;en violent (anc> to a little "hite lamb and a 9hinese servant smiles. His 22 Do"n the man$made mountain o( industr> in allegorical representation some the prophet "ith tablets o( a ne" la". Scritti &strologici di &lessandro Gu!!i F Settembre 2,,2 9op>right S 2,,2 &lessandro Gu!!i 26 His 2+ & huge hul; o( a "oman medium gone into trance and around her are entities continuall> (orming and dissolving. His 21 Khe tin> island seems lost in the broad ocean but its happ> inhabitants have created a great "orld all their o"n. His 2 Ecclesiastical re(orm o( drastic nature is in progress and a purged and puri(ied priestcra(t opens a ne" ministr>. His 26 & ne" moon Aust visible at sundo"n to the lovers is romantic onl>, but to the philosopher it spea;s o( eternit>. His 25 Khe harvest moon rises superbl> in the east and the light o( da> is shamed b> the colors o( an autumnal evening. His 23 .ight has seemed light as da> and in the odd shado"s o( di((used "hiteness the (ertile (ields appear #uite alive. His 27 Khe scientist adAusts the tin> prism care(ull> and b> means o( the divided ra>s o( light ma;es his clever anal>sis. His +, .athaniel Ea"thorneOs conception o( the Great Stone Dace has been brought to (ruition in a huge mountain carving.