Koudijs, but at that time we were not yet convinced that this would be the right direction to take. We understood that if we went for an ordinary professorship, complicated arrangements had to be made, which would require protracted negotiations, and that in the end the university would have a greater influence over the chair than we had in mind at the outset. For these reasons, we also seriously considered the simpler model of an extraordinary professorship, but we finally decided to follow Mr. Still in August , Mr. Koudijs presented a first draft of the Articles of the Foundation, which we discussed on the 5th of September.
Much was still undecided at that time, but the progress we were making was reflected in the revised versions that were produced during the next months. Basten, Mr. Koudijs and myself formed the first Board of Governors of the Foundation. In this connection, attention has to be drawn to two aspects of the Articles. The first is the explicit stipulation, in Article 2. In order to avoid any suspicion that the chair might be a disguised esoteric mission post, we also stipulated that the University of Amsterdam has the right to appoint two members to the Board of the Foundation art.
This was brought into effect on May 27, , with the appointment of Mr. Frans Ch. Tilman, a financial expert, and Dr. Sybolt J. Noorda, who, at that time, was president of the Board of Governors of the University of Amsterdam. The negotiations with the University of Amsterdam and the financial regulations that had to be made took the greater part of As already indicated, we finally opted for an ordinary chair within the University of Amsterdam, which in fact reduced the position of the Foundation to that of an external sponsor.
The Foundation was and still is able to finance a full-time professor, two assistant professors, two doctoral candidates, and a secretarial position. Although the phenomenon of an externally financed chair was not completely unknown at that time, the university had no experience with the integration of a complete endowed chair group — in fact a small institute — into the academic system.
In discussions with the then dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Professor Karel van der Toorn, and its financial director, Mr. Wim K. Koning, the main outlines were defined. Many problems had to be solved, but the negotiations progressed in a good atmosphere and finally led to an agreement that was officially signed on November 12, That this agreement, which still satisfies both parties, could be concluded, was due in particular to the efforts and the ingenuity of Mr. Koudijs and Mr. However, the establishment of an academic chair group alone is not a guarantee that it will succeed: that depends on the quality of its research and teaching.
We realized that it was absolutely necessary to develop a clear vision of the kind of research and the teaching program that was going to be carried out by the group. For this reason we organized a small brainstorming conference, hosted by Mrs. Basten in Beaulieu, France, January , At that time, his chair was the only one in the entire world that was comparable to the chair we envisaged, which made his advice very valuable.
Hanegraaff, who was conducting postdoctoral research in modern esoteric currents at the University of Utrecht; Cees Leijenhorst, a specialist of early modern philosophy who had published on Renaissance Hermetism; and myself, a specialist in ancient gnosticism and Hermeticism. Through this work we already had a good overview of the history of Western esotericism as a whole, from Antiquity to the present, and of the scholars who were pursuing serious studies in that field.
The conference resulted in three recommendations, which have all been adopted. The first one was that research and teaching would focus on the period from the early Renaissance to the present day, of course without ignoring the sources of esotericism in the Hermetic, gnostic and related currents of Antiquity and the Middle Ages. With regard to the teaching program, the conference advised to strive for complete BA and MA courses, because only then could the chair be fully effective.
The third recommendation was to negotiate with the university about integrating the chair into the Faculty of Humanities as much as possible, because that would make it much easier to realize a full teaching program. Immediately after the agreement with the university had been signed, the dean of the Faculty of Humanities installed the usual selection committee, which had to nominate a candidate for the chair. Most of the members of this six-person committee were appointed by the university; the Foundation was represented by myself. Through advertisements in two Dutch newspapers and direct e-mail to scholars and scholarly networks all over the world, interested academics were invited to apply.
The committee conducted interviews with three qualified candidates and finally decided to nominate Dr. He was officially appointed by the board of the university on July 15, Over the course of the year , the academic staff of the chair group was completed, with the appointment of two assistant professors: Dr. Jean-Pierre Brach Renaissance and early modern period and Dr. Olav Hammer 19th and 20th centuries. A new chair was born and a new field of scholarly research and teaching had become part of the academic system.
Ten years later, we can only conclude that the enterprise has been very successful. Initially, as the agreement between the Foundation and the University of Amsterdam was made public, some skeptical and even suspicious voices were heard, also within the academic establishment. But it did not take long for these voices to be silenced by the high quality of the scholarly output of the chair group. Within a decade, the chair has acquired an excellent national and international reputation. Rosalie Basten felt that the time had come to realize her ideal of an academic chair for the study of Hermetic and esoteric traditions; she put together a capable team — if I am allowed to say so — that was able to bring her plans into effect; the University of Amsterdam immediately saw the importance of this initiative and was very helpful in establishing the chair; and there were very competent scholars available who could make, and in fact did make, the chair a success from its very beginning.
But nothing would have happened if Mrs. Basten had not taken the initiative. By founding the Chair of History of Hermetic Philosophy and Related Currents, she has rendered an invaluable service to the development of a young academic discipline, and for this she deserves the gratitude of all the scholars involved. Hanegraaff When I first heard that there were plans for creating a chair devoted to the history of Hermetic philosophy at the University of Amsterdam, I could only pinch my arm very hard, to check whether I was dreaming. This was in the autumn of Twelve years later, having seen how a dream can become reality in the prosaic context of a modern academic institution — and how that reality, in turn, can allow new generations to pursue their dreams — sometimes I still feel a need to check that I am awake.
During my studies at the Faculty of Letters of the University of Utrecht, in the second half of the s, I had come across a book that I now recognize as a pioneering effort in the study of Western esotericism. I started asking my professors about these personalities and their ideas, and quickly began to make the typical experience with which all scholars in our field are familiar. The cultural domain discussed by Peuckert seemed to make my teachers quite uncomfortable, and to my repeated requests for information and suggestions, they responded by tossing the embarrassing topic on to another colleague as if it were a hot potato.
Nobody seemed willing to touch it, and it did not take me long to decide that if this were the case, then somebody had to do it. Eventually I discovered that although good scholarship in this domain was indeed not so easy to find, it did, of course, exist. Like every novice in the field, I devoured the pioneering books of Frances A.
Joscelyn Godwin, Massimo Introvigne, Thomas Hakl and many others who would become friends and fellowtravelers in the years to come were all there. Often they proved very enthusiastic about meeting and collaborating with colleagues within that larger context, particularly because as many of them have told me over the years the price they often had to pay for their research interests was a certain degree of isolation within their own institutions or disciplines.
That good scholars in the field of Western esotericism were available in abundance, but just needed to come out of the woodwork, was demonstrated by the circa international specialists who agreed to contribute to an ambitious project initiated by Hans van der Meij of Brill Academic Publishers — whose continuous support for our field has been invaluable — not long before we heard the sensational news about the chair in Amsterdam: the Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, which would eventually see the light of day in That it fell to me to be appointed at this unique new chair, in my very city of birth, was another occasion for me to pinch myself hard.
And I needed to be awake, indeed, for there was work to be done! During the first academic year , I was running an academic team consisting of only myself, assisted from December 1, on by our first secretary, Drs. Hilda Nobach, who is still with us today. A first priority was, of course, to fill the two assistant-professor vacancies, and, in spite of the unfamiliarity of the field, it proved possible to find two very good scholars. Out of 52 candidates, the selection committee made a unanimous decision in favor of Dr.
Jean-Pierre Brach for the history of Western esotericism from the Renaissance through the 18th century, and Dr. Olav Hammer for the period from the 19th century to the present. Brach was able to begin his work on September 1, , and Hammer started a few months later, on January 1, Its course program was, and still is, part of the Religious Studies program. The program was popular from the beginning: up to the present day, the number of students registering for Hermetica I has never been less than The Master program came to consist of three modules with fixed titles, but each with a content formulated in the subtitle that alternated on a two-year basis.
The rationale for this was to maximize the choices available for students in the 2-year Research Master Study of Religion: for example, a student with a special interest in the early modern period had the option of following Renaissance Esotericism I and II consecutively, while someone else specializing in contemporary esotericism might decide to follow Occult Trajectories I and II, and so on. Out of 20 candidates, Dr. Marco Pasi was elected, who began working with us on July 1, This was the beginning of the second GHF team, which has remained intact for a period of five years.
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Only very recently, Kocku von Stuckrad was elected full professor for the Study of Religion at the University of Groningen. With his imminent succession by Peter Forshaw, the beginning of the second decade will also mean the start of a new phase. During the first two years, the number of Master students was still rather small; but as the publicity machine of the Faculty of Humanities professionalized and the existence of our program became quite well known internationally, the number of applications increased rapidly.
This made it possible to apply quite stringent admission criteria for international students, resulting in a level of academic quality during the last few years which, we are proud to say, is excellent by any standard. Over these last years, the number of students in all Master seminars has been somewhere between 15 and exceptionally 25, with a majority of international students who come to Amsterdam especially for our program. The general degree of focus and commitment among all of them — including of course the Dutch students, who have been able to profit from one or more of the Bachelor courses as well — has been more than satisfactory, and is making the teaching job a challenge and a pleasure.
Perhaps most important of all, several students each year succeed in being admitted into a Ph. This means that a new generation is now being educated with a solid knowledge of Western esotericism, many of whom will eventually land academic positions in various disciplines at universities worldwide. Their presence will make it much easier for the generations after them to pursue studies in this domain. In this manner, we believe that GHF, along with the programs in Paris and Exeter, is laying important foundations for the future expansion of Western esotericism as a field of research.
This brings me to the doctoral program. Next to the three permanent staff members and a secretary, the available budget makes two Ph. Finding suitable candidates was not easy during the first years, for the simple reason that there were not yet any students who had graduated from the program. Fortunately, however, there are always a few individuals who discover a field like this on their own.
One morning in April , I found myself listening to a young art historian who had just finished her graduate thesis and wanted to study the relation between hermetism and art theory in the Renaissance. Having read her thesis, I realized that she might be just the right person for the job. Marieke van den Doel was indeed selected for the position, and was appointed as our first Ph. Over the following years she successfully met the challenge of mastering a complicated field of philosophical and religious speculation for which her previous studies had hardly prepared her, and, on February 12, , she defended her dissertation Ficino en het voorstellingsvermogen Ficino and the Imagination : an important event for her personally, but also for GHF, which proudly produced its first Doctor.
The second Ph. Having started on September 1, , he is now engaged in a research project about the relation between esotericism and scientific naturalism in the 20th century. Finally, still in , the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica decided to further expand its activities by employing a Ph. The choice fell on Joyce Pijnenburg, another Dutch student who has completed the Master Study of Religion at the University of Amsterdam with a specialization in Western esotericism. With these four talented young scholars all working on their dissertations, the prospects of GHF on the Ph.
The basis of any successful academic institution is the excellence of its scholarly output. In the ten years of its existence, there have appeared 10 monographs five of which also appeared in one or more translations , 11 books including two multi-volume ones , circa articles not counting very small dictionary entries and circa 45 book reviews.
Restricting ourselves here only to book-length publications devoted to esotericism specifically, they fall within a range of various categories: critical editions and monographs devoted to central figures Lodovico Lazzarelli, Guillaume Postel, Emanuel Swedenborg, Aleister Crowley ; general treatments of the history of Western esotericism, astrology, modern kabbalah, and modern shamanism; thematic treatments of esoteric strategies of epistemology, polemics, and the role of eroticism and sexuality in Western esotericism; plus a Festschrift and a large reference work.
Over the last ten years, members of GHF gave circa lectures at universities and conferences in many countries, and they were active in organizing 11 international conferences or conference sessions themselves. Specialized conferences on Western esotericism with specific thematic focuses were organized as part of the organization Politica Hermetica in Esotericism and the Feminine , at the Esalen Institute in California during four consecutive years between and focusing respectively on Religious Experience, Eros and Sexuality, Literature, and Altered States of Consciousness , and at the University of Amsterdam in and on astrology and modern kabbalah.
If these conferences involved GHF members traveling to conferences worldwide, well-known scholars were coming to Amsterdam as well, to give lectures or seminars. From November , , the American specialist on the history of alchemy Lawrence M. Principe gave a lecture and a seminar for Master students; the Israeli scholar of kabbalah Boaz Huss lectured on September 22, ; and finally, the American Eliott R.
Wolfson, another major kabbalah specialist, gave a lecture and a seminar for master students on March , Furthermore, several international Ph. Thus Henrik Bogdan from Sweden was in Amsterdam during the first half of ; and two Finnish postdoctoral researchers, Titus Hjelm and Kennet Granholm, were there in the academic years and respectively. It has now been ten years ago that — due to the original vision of Rosalie Basten and the determination and professional expertise of Roelof van den Broek and Willem Koudijs — the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Amsterdam courageously embarked on a unique academic venture, the viability of which still had to be demonstrated.
At that time, the study of Western esotericism was still very much an idea in the heads and, of course, the writings of a limited group of devoted scholars, rather than a manifest and established reality in the international academic world. Today this situation has changed irreversibly. When I walked on to the podium to give my welcome address as the president of the society, the realization hit me of how far we had come. The large university auditorium was completely full, and in the crowd I saw the faces not only of many of the most important international scholars in our field, but those of an incredible number of young and upcoming academics as well, including a large group of students from Amsterdam who were now busy making friends with their colleagues from Exeter and elsewhere.
The enthusiasm that our field is generating among these new generations is, without any doubt, the most gratifying phenomenon of all, because it means that a process has been set in motion that will be taken into the future and is no longer dependent on the small group of dedicated scholars who started it in the s. Still, the fact that much has been accomplished since that period, and since the beginning of GHF in , should not be a reason for complacency. Old patterns only change slowly, and although scholars of Western esotericism may sometimes feel that the battle for academic acceptance has been won, in fact it is only just beginning: rather, what we need to do during the next decade is move that battle to new fronts.
Most attention so far has gone to securing a place for our field in the context of the study of religion, and with considerable success; but one of the most attractive aspects of esotericism is the fact that it refuses to be constrained within the limits of one academic domain only. There is still a world to be won in each of these domains, and sometimes even the barest foundations still need to be created. In this sense, the first ten years of GHF at the University of Amsterdam have been only the very first beginning of a development that is bound to continue and expand over the next decades.
Solid foundations have now been created, but in a field as complex and endlessly fascinating as ours, only the sky should be the limit. Notes 1 Webb, Occult Underground, ; and cf. See also the contribution by Allison Coudert elsewhere in this volume. Hanegraaff both from to the present , Roland Edighoffer until and Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke since , with Marco Pasi as book review editor since Hanegraaff exists since At the time of writing, ten volumes have appeared.
Hanegraaff and Garry W. Trompf was published from to After four volumes, it was continued with a new publisher, Equinox, under editorship of Kocku von Stuckrad and Garry W. Trompf, with two volumes published at the time of writing. Bibliography Brach, Jean-Pierre ed. Vrin, Hanegraaff and Jean-Louis VieillardBaron eds. Doel, Marieke J. Faivre, Antoine and Jacob Needleman eds. Faivre, Antoine and Wouter J. Hanegraaff eds. Jahrhundert, Wiesbaden: Marix Verlag, , Hammer, Olav and Kocku von Stuckrad eds. Hanegraaff, Wouter J.
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Beck, see also English, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese translations. Yates, Frances A. Hanegraaff Tief ist der Brunnen der Vergangenheit. But in history, every origin has itself an origin: in this case, one that occurred 24 years earlier, with the arrival in Florence of a Byzantine philosopher, George Gemistos, later known as Plethon ca. On 4 March, , the party met the Pope in Ferrara, but mainly for financial and security reasons the Council was transferred to Florence in January of the following year, where it continued well into the summer.
He shone among them more brightly than the sun. They regarded him as their common teacher, the common benefactor of mankind, the common pride of nature. They called him Plato and Socrates, for he was not inferior to those two in wisdom, as everybody would agree. The modalities of such transmission were not seen as problematic: after all, countless testimonies confirmed that Plato himself and all of his notable predecessors had personally traveled to Egypt, Babylon, Persia and even India, where they had studied with the priests and sages.
Wise Men from the East As a typical modern heir of the Platonic orientalist perspective, Plethon was firmly convinced that the true wisdom had originated with the Persian sage Zoroaster, the chief of the magi. But that a suggestive parallel could be drawn between the visit of the Byzantine delegation to the head of Western Christianity, and the biblical story of the magi who had come from the East to venerate the Christ child — thereby confirming the concordance of their ancient wisdom with the teachings of Christianity — was certainly not lost on them.
Hence, during the festivities around the feast of St. John at the closing of the Council in , the Greeks were dazzled by a luxurious procession of men dressed up like the magi following the star. The parallel with the Byzantines traveling to the Pope in Italy was hard to overlook. The key factor in that constellation was Plethon. The fresco of Benozzo Gozzoli presents a genealogy of wisdom: the magi — Plato — Christ, doubled by a geographical orientation of temporality: the Orient — Greece — Florence. The procession magnifies the point of culmination while at the same time always recalling and referring to the point of origin: the oriental magi are the originators of the wisdom of which the Greeks — Pythagoras, Plato, Plotinus, Plethon — are the inheritors, and this wisdom comes to Florence thanks to the Medici who gather it.
One of the most notable philosophers of the lateByzantine era, George Gemistos was born in Constantinople and raised in a well-educated Christian family. Probably toward the end of the first decade of the 15th century, Emperor Manuel II Paleologus sent him to Mistra in the southern Peloponnese, a town with a relatively free-spirited atmosphere where the ancient Hellenic traditions still survived, and which would remain his residence for the rest of his life.
Far from being an ivory-tower philosopher, Gemistos seems to have been active in a variety of public functions: in Constantinople he was member of the Senate, and during his life he held various administrative positions, acted as a judge, and was frequently consulted by the Emperors and the Despots of the Morea. Even when he was not consulted, he offered his advice anyway.
Although the church suspected him of heresy, the imperial family seems to have thought highly of him, and he was richly rewarded for his services. Although he was a layman, his presence in the imperial delegation to the Council of Ferrara and Florence was therefore not surprising. Although, as an opponent of Union, he made some active contributions to the official proceedings of the Council, their theological hairsplitting left him rather indifferent; but he immediately felt at home among the Florentine humanists, who eagerly sought his advice about Greek philosophy.
Plethon must have been flattered by their attention and admiration, but shocked by their lack of knowledge about Plato and Aristotle. The former had only just begun to be rediscovered, with pioneering but as yet limited translation efforts by Uberto Decembrio, Leonardo Bruni and a few others;16 and the latter was poorly understood not only by the humanists, but even by the scholastics, who claimed his authority but actually knew him mainly through Latin and Arab sources, reading him through the lenses of Averroes — who had not even known Greek.
To correct such misunderstandings, during his sojourn in Florence Plethon wrote a short text in Greek, Wherein Aristotle disagrees with Plato, usually referred to as De differentiis. It purported to demonstrate that Aristotle went wrong whenever he departed from Plato and is considered the opening shot in the famous Plato-Aristotle controversy of the Renaissance, which lasted until the early s.
Whence this attribution, and what is its significance? This man also expounded to Gemistos the doctrines of Zoroaster and others. He was ostensibly a Jew but in fact a Hellenist. Gemistos stayed with him for a long time, not only as his pupil but also in his service, living at his expense, for he was one of the most influential men at the court of these barbarians. His name was Elissaeus. The words of the Ancients are symbolic and not open to refutation. The criticisms made of the literal sense of their words fail to address their real intentions, for a symbol cannot be refuted. Most of the allusions of the prophets and the great philosophers point to this.
Plato, Socrates before him, and those before Socrates — like Hermes, Agathodaemon, and Empedocles — all held this view. Whoso questions the truth of this … let him engage in mystical disciplines and service to those visionaries, that perchance he will, as one dazzled by the thunderbolt, see the light blazing in the Kingdom of Power and will witness the heavenly essences and lights that Hermes and Plato beheld. In this manner, Plethon believed he had restored the most ancient source of the Platonic tradition to its original purity.
The Hidden Pagan Back in Mistra, Plethon wrote his major philosophical synthesis, the Nomoi Laws , which seems to have been made accessible only to the select membership of his intimate circle of pupils. Scholarios himself, however, preserved those parts he felt he needed to back up his accusations against his former teacher. Orpheus is not mentioned among the early Greek sages,36 nor is Proclus among the Neoplatonists;37 but most striking is the absence of Hermes and Moses.
A typical manifestation of Platonic Orientalism, it was to replace the exclusive monotheism linked to the name of Moses by an inclusive or qualitative monotheism along the lines of Celsus and Proclus. I heard, too, from a number of Greeks who escaped here from the Peloponnese that he openly said before he died … that not many years after his death Mohammed and Christ would collapse and the true truth would shine through every region of the globe. If Plethon was certainly the crucial pioneer of Platonic orientalism in the 15th century, he seems to have remained virtually alone in his radical departure from Christianity.
His case shows that once the basic textual sources of the Platonic tradition became available to a Christian culture where the need for religious reform was widely felt, paganism became a religious option, at least in theory. The importance of Plethon does not lie primarily in his immediate influence, which has remained quite limited,50 or even in the impact of his writings during the later 15th century. The name had fascinated the spirits of the young new age, and created the highest expectations. After having sown his seed, he returned back to Misithra. But what remained was his idea …53 Scholars have been far from immune to the attraction of this image, and have only reluctantly given it up in favor of less romantic although more accurate descriptions.
But the negative image of Plethon contributed to his notoriety as well. This development had culminated in his apprenticeship with the lapsed Jew Elissaeus. Ever since, he had been trying to conceal his true ideas for opportunistic reasons, but was unable to do so while teaching his pupils.
The academic imagination is not immune to either of these two, but tends towards a third perspective inherited from the Enlightenment, which perceives the field and its representatives as neither good nor evil, but simply questions their seriousness. From such a point of view, a figure like Gemistos Plethon would appear as neither wise nor demonic, but merely deluded or confused: a bearded old man with strange ideas, engaged in futile attempts to restore ancient superstitions.
None of these pictures is historically accurate, but each of them catches the imagination and can be effectively transmitted through the popular media. To a considerable extent, the study of Western esotericism is an exercise in deconstruction and disenchantment, because it frequently proves necessary to replace attractive myths by more precise but perhaps more prosaic analyses. Today we know that the Platonic orientalist milieu was a product of Late Antiquity, which may thus be seen as the historical origin of our field.
But, according to the texts themselves and those who read and commented upon them, the real origin of origins went back much further, indeed. Moreover, important chapters are devoted to him by Hankins, Plato in the Italian Renaissance, vol. II, ; and Stausberg, Faszination Zarathushtra, vol. I, Ficino, Opera, ; English transl.
I, fragm. The many late antique references are conveniently listed in Hopfner, Orient und griechische Philosophie, ; and cf. See Hankins, Plato in the Italian Renaissance, vol. See also o. II, Some doubts about this line of transmission are expressed by Stausberg, Faszination Zarathushtra, I, Scholarios, Oeuvres, IV, ; transl. Letter to the Exarch Joseph, but here writing as if he is addressing Plethon in the second person. Woodhouse, George Gemistos Plethon, 26, See also the extensive discussion of the term magos in De Jong, Traditions of the Magi, Plethon, Nomoi I.
Orpheus is absent, along with Homer, undoubtedly because Plethon had just emphasized that poets are unreliable as guides to wisdom Nomoi I. In other words, Plethon was so dependent on Proclus that he preferred not to call attention to his influence. Of particular importance is the simple fact that Plethon does not seem to have known Latin or Italian, and few of his alleged admirers would have been able to converse with him in Greek; any conversation or teaching, therefore, would have had to have taken place via interpreters, which seriously modifies the attractive picture of a Plethon freely discoursing about Plato within a circle of admiring pupils.
Woodhouse, George Gemistos Plethon, Olschki, Beck, Corbin, Henry, En Islam iranien: Aspects spirituels et philosophiques, vol. Dannenfeldt, Karl H. Sicking and J. VI Kal. Ficino, Marsilio, Opera, Basle ; repr. Turin , Migne, Patrologiae cursus completus, series graecolatina, vol. Kristeller, Paul Oskar, Supplementum Ficinianum: Marsilii Ficini Florentini Philosophi Platonici opuscula inedita et dispersa primum collegit et ex fontibus plerumque manuscriptis edidit, 2 vols.
I, Paris: Les Belles Lettres, , i-x. Numenius, Fragments Edouard des Places, ed. Saffrey, H. Petit, M. Jugie and X. Tambrun-Krasker, Brigitte ed. Hanegraaff ed. Wasserstrom, Steven M. Meyerson and Edward D. English eds. Woodhouse, C. What is the status of astrology in the academy? These questions are intrinsically linked to each other because the dominant discourse that is operative in modern Western societies determines the research topics, the methodological preferences, and the symbolic capital that can be gained in the academy.
With regard to the academic study of astrology, scholars who engage the history of this discipline are confronted with presumptions, prejudices, or misunderstandings more often than is the case with other topics in Western history. Often, implicitly or explicitly, it seems to be a question of belief or the lack thereof that determines the discourse on astrology in modern universities.
Scholars in Defense This situation is the reason why many 19th- and 20th-century historians who focused their research on astrology seemed to feel the need to justify what they did. This changed with Aby Warburg — , whose legendary lecture in on the cycle of frescos in the Palazzo Schifanoia and its astrological iconography suddenly moved astrology into the center of academic scrutiny. He interpreted the Renaissance as a conscious revival of ancient paganism.
Franz Cumont — and Franz Boll — collected and edited an incredible quantity of astrological manuscripts and fragments from the ancient Greek world in the Corpus Codicum Astrologorum Graecorum. Thorndike and the other historians thus made accessible a cornucopia of primary sources that had been unknown or had not been taken seriously before. At the same time, many historians of science including Thorndike had difficulties interpreting astrological sources in a neutral way.
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This is rubbish! But let me also call in Tamsyn Barton here who, like vanden Broecke, belongs to the generation of scholars that is following Neugebauer; Barton no longer feels the need to justify what she is doing. Indeed, I think that the old tendency to see astrology as a pseudo-science is an anachronistic diversion from the more fruitful enquiry into how astrology functioned in antiquity. Be this as it may, the reluctance of modern historians to recognize astrology as an important element of European cultural history and the struggles between natural scientists and astrologers about the legitimacy of astrology are interesting elements of modern discourse, worthy of investigation.
At stake here are not only historical facts but also identities. First, although these disciplines overlap in varied and complex ways, all of them have distinct histories with quite different and complex, mutually interacting trajectories. Over against this categorization it is important to note that, until the 18th century, astrology was intrinsically linked to astronomy, mathematics, natural philosophy, and medicine. What about Esotericism and Hermeticism? Why then, study astrology as part of Hermeticism or Western esotericism? In fact, as I have argued elsewhere,21 the entire field of the study of esotericism should be more open to or even integrated into an analysis of the dynamics that have shaped European history of culture.
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As a rule, there are two phases of moon to be specific, Full Moon and New Moon. Also, remember all dates are 24 hours so dates in the middle are the most beneficial. As the Moon will be on the final 29th degree of Libra, its critical that we resolve issues in our relationships.
It is a time for rebirth. The Full Moon is a time for enjoying the rewards of our hard work undertaken during the period of the New Moon. While April is known for its showers and ever-warming temperatures, it is also known as a month when spring flowers begin to show up. Lengthen: Cut or trim your hair on the days provided for lengthening to shock and excite your hair growth patterns, causing your hair to grow two to three times faster and Pink Moon April Tribes in America kept April full moons name as Pink Moon, keeping in mind their harvest schedule.
Tuesday 7 July The full moon cycle is a measure of the moon phases. Next full moon is on 14 Sep The calendar shows the moon cycle and makes it easy to understand the different moon phases. Tuesday 7 April Its pink color is a effect of our atmosphere As we like to remind to our friends, the full Moon rises at sunset, being the Sun and the full Moon on opposite directions, as seen from our planet.
Full moon is the climactic point of the month where emotions tend to run high, especially when the full moon is in a water sign. If you act impulsively, it could affect your love life. Last months Mercury retrograde will still be travelling over the shadow degrees right up til the 17th.
Find here the exact dates of the Full Moon for any year. Your flowers around your mailbox always looks so pretty, I just love the colors in that daylily. Your moon and feathers and scarf are so Moon Phases , here is the schedule for all the Moon phases for Apr 19 , pm. The other spring full moons were March 20, April 19 and May 18 the May full moon was actually a blue moon because it was the third Tonights full moon will be one of those rare full moons that fall on the first day of spring.
Join us and Carpe Noctem to seize the night! April 19 — full moon: Because pink wild ground Details about Moon Calendar. It is km miles from the Earth. Ride past towering saguaro cactus under the night stars and the April full moon! This full moon was known by early Native American tribes as the Full Snow Moon because the heaviest snows usually fell during this time of the year.
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Friday night, will be a pink moon, but in name only. Reciprocity is key and if you arent feeling that in a relationship, you can count on resentment creeping in. In some parts, Pournami fast will be observed 1 day earlier or later than the date mentioned here, based on the timings in Panchagangam they followThe moon rises over the Parthenon on the ancient Acropolis Hill in Athens, Greece, on Feb. Some dates of full moon day of are 2 January, 31 January, 1 March, 31 March, 30 April, 29 may and so on.
The full moon in Aquarius will finally conclude its achievements. The moon will appear larger than average because it will be three days past perigee, the point in its If youre an aspiring skywatcher looking for a good reason to stay up past your bedtime and gaze into the cosmos, I have good news: Friday, April 19th will feature a full moon. Theres strength in numbers, especially for the coming two weeks, so round up your high-vibe tribe. The magical energy will be a powerful one and everything will come to life. Tuesdays full moon, or supermoon, appears brighter and bigger than other full moons because At a.
Yin and yang. So whatever happened in your life at the time of the first Full Moon in Libra will reach a culmination, will gain more depth. This could easily tip over with Libras scales so precariously balanced. Your personal Full Moon is on 12 November and although you cant hide away from the world, you are likely to feel like keeping a low profile. April 19th, - Full Moon In Libra. On New Moon and Full Moon days we dont practice yoga, because the energy level is either lower or higher, caused by the gravity of the moon.
Thursday 7 May People play volleyball on the beach as the Pink Moon rises in the sky over the Salmiya district, some 20 kilometres 12 miles east of the capital Kuwait City on April 19, The 19 Apr. Is the Pink Moon real? Is it actually Todays daily horoscopes, astrology predictions and zodiac sign forecast for Full moon Friday, April 19, , are here for the zodiac signs. Aries was rendered impotent at its very moment of strength. Note: A Super Full or New Moon is simply a lunation occurring close to the time of the Moons perigee, which means it occurs during the time when the Moon makes its closer approach to the earth and may have a slightly stronger effect.
While scores of amazing astronomical phenomena in the offing for the year for astronomical buffs, some astronomical events are our picks for celestial moments worth noting on your calendar for Easy to check Moon Signs, when Moon Phases start and monthly lunar cycles. The full moon February will be full on and will keep a distance of km or miles which makes it a Supermoon. Aries March 20 - April 19 The moon is in fellow fire sign Sagittarius today, inspiring you to travel, Aries!
New opportunities are coming your way, so stay open-minded. Year calendars. It is the sixth full moon of and the fourth of the spring. Below table explains about all Moon Phases for the year This phase occurs at UTC. After that, the Moon moves from Libra into Scorpio. Its not a special full moon in any sense, and nor is the Full Flower Moon on May 18, All the calendars, you can easily download and can use for your various purpose.
The full moon of May has multiple nicknames. Waning Gibbous. The name comes from Native Americans who marked time by lunar cycles rather than the solar cycles marked out in the Gregorian calendar. Monday 11 November Hopefully, you can enjoy some lovely culinary delights. May Moon Phase Calendar has the 8 lunar phases of the moon, percent of illumination visible from earth, age of the moon in the lunation cycle of approximately For your benefit, we have placed it in an organized table for better comprehension of dates for Moons stages.
The moon is currently That period will come between April 19 and April 26, according to Time and Date, so you might want to be ready to get down and dirty for your gardens sake. This list consists of celestial events with dates and timing for notable astronomical events in including moon phases,Friday, April 19, April Moon Phases calendar - easy to print out in landscape. Lunar calendar with the main yearly Moon phases. The moon is then in Virgo zodiac. It rises in the east about a half-hour after sunset and climbs well above the Effects of the Super Full Moon On the 19th of February , a Super Full Moon occurred in the sign of Virgo.
If the moon passes through the Earths shadow during this time, a lunar eclipse occurs. Easter Sunday is April 21, - a late Easter, but not the latest it can be. Friday, April 19 Full Moon arrived at a. Full Moon in Taurus. EDT this morning, but it still looks completely illuminated tonight. Unfortunately, April s Full Moon won t actually be pink. On October 8th , we had a New Moon in Libra in which its ruling planet, Venus, just began its retrograde motion three days before.
This is an intense full moon pushing us through our own birth canal into new truth, choice and action. So, how can you see this pink moon? The Almanac says it will reach peak fullness at A. The same goes for the sun and moon—especially at the full moon each month Lunar calendar April with all the monthly Moon phases.
The worm moon in March happened on the spring equinox, followed by the pink moon on April 19, the flower moon on May 18 and the strawberry moon on June Full moon, full hearts, cant lose. Wednesday 2 The following lists notable events that will occur and take place during in Sri Lanka. This year marks the fewest non-working holidays in the country as most of the public holidays fall on weekends. In North India full moon day is known as Purnima or Poornima.
Photo by Nick Owuor visuals on Unsplash Sturgeon Moon is the other name of the August moon because of the large number of fish are caught in the lakes at this time. Find event and ticket information. Communication is difficult today both in the way you express yourself and the fact that others seem to be deliberately not understanding what you are trying to say. April Moon Phase Calendar has the 8 lunar phases of the moon, percent of illumination visible from earth, age of the moon in the lunation cycle of approximately Its the closest coincidence of a full moon with a March equinox between the years and So the strongest time for the Egyptians would have been the month of Aries, when their god is ascendant, and the strongest day of that month would be its full moon.
One of them is the blue moon, but not the type of blue moon we usually see. Ive started getting really mingy with orbs when it comes to transits, full moons, new moons, eclipses and progressions. Whether youre an astrology fiend or zodiac novice, getting a look at what the upcoming January full moon means for every zodiac sign can give all of The lunar moon calendar dates are expressed in Coordinated Universal Time UT , or Greenwich Mean Time, the international basis for other time zones.
Great question. I will complete the meaning of the major aspects in the next few weeks. Victories and unfinished tasks are coming. In combination with the Cosmic Portal Days, this constellation represented an extremely powerful energetic gate, at which time important events took place, especially on the non-physical plains. Pournami Fasting days might not be same for two locations. New Moons are always about beginnings, a time when things take root, and a Taurus New Moon is especially focused on doing things that are real.
On April 19, the Full Moon falls at 29 degrees of Libra, the sign ruling the 7th house of partners, partnerships, marriage and relationships. The Lunar Calendar tracks the process from its beginning, starting with the new moon. The first of these supermoons was a total lunar eclipse, with the totality lasting 1 hour, 1 February 19 - Full Moon, Supermoon. On June 17th, a Sagittarius Full Moon will be showcasing an array of intense planetary energies flying to the surface.
The moon, second-hand, worn at the edges, was hung up in the sky like something a housewife leaves out to remind her it needs mending. However in South India full moon day is known as Pournami or Pournima and fasting on this day is known as Pournami Vratam. Aries March 21 - April 19 Wave those spirit fingers, Aries! The full moon in Aquarius electrifies your teamwork zone, coaxing emerging collaborations to fruition. What This is the first new moon of Spring, and Aries rules the first house of self and self-interests.
Good and evil. It happens only about three times a century and hasnt happened since March 20, The full moon returns to Scorpio on May 18, The major aspects, eclipses and lunations of Monday 14 October Conniecrafter July 19, at PM Cool moon shots, I did notice it looked kind of bright that night. Sunday 8 March Relationships which arent working will be starting to come out in the wash. Wednesday 11 December See also the position of the moon, check the Moon calendar Its about making something happen that has substance to it.
This spring moon means that the earth is preparing for a major seasonal bloom and that the harsh winters are nearly over. Check out what the moon and the stars have in store When in May was Full Moon? Find out the date when Full Moon is in May and count down the days since Full Moon with a countdown timer. Sunday 9 February August 15 brings a Full Moon. If you want a detailed view of how the moon looks today check the current moon phase.
But for the most clear view, start looking for it on the night of the 18th. And its a Blue Moon since its the second Full Moon in on calendar month. Full Moon August 15, , Affect on Aquarius. Theres also the potential for you to end a business or personal relationship that is completely out of balance. In Wiccan traditions, this full moon is an ideal time for rituals and spells to promote networking, resolve disputes and use your personal power for the greater good.
The majority of the festival depends upon the entire moon only as well as the dates and the timing differs for the full moon so we want particular full moon calendar to understand when theres full moon in the sky or not. Its Full Moon day! By the time you read this, the Full Moon will have taken place. Its a name for the full moon of April, which peaks at a The Full Moon occurs once roughly every month as shown in our Lunar calendar If you want ideas for how to work with this second Full Moon in Libra, check out the Full Moon meditation, Full Moon forgiveness kit and Full Moon worksheet I have created specifically to make it easier for you to do that - they are all free in the free Moon Lite Club here.
On April 19, the Full Moon falls at 29 degrees of Libra, the sign ruling the 7th house of partners, partnerships, marriage and relationships. That means it is the third full moon in a season with four of them, with a season defined as the time between an equinox and a solstice. Day and night. The 19 Apr. Photo by Nick Owuor visuals on Unsplash Sturgeon Moon is the other name of the August moon because of the large number of fish are caught in the lakes at this time.
Easy to check Moon Signs, when Moon Phases start and monthly lunar cycles. This Full Moon is called the Sturgeon Moon, because of the great number of this huge freshwater fish that could once be found in lakes and rivers in North America. On August 15, , a full air moon will appear in Aquarius, the opposite of the sun sign Leo. Whether youre an astrology fiend or zodiac novice, getting a look at what the upcoming January full moon means for every zodiac sign can give all of The lunar moon calendar dates are expressed in Coordinated Universal Time UT , or Greenwich Mean Time, the international basis for other time zones.
It happens only about three times a century and hasnt happened since March 20, Aprils full Moon arrives on Good Friday, April 19, , at a. I will complete the meaning of the major aspects in the next few weeks. All the calendars, you can easily download and can use for your various purpose. Theres strength in numbers, especially for the coming two weeks, so round up your high-vibe tribe.
This is a perfect beginner night ride with distances for all. So I use degree orbs when I want to isolate the feelings attached to a particular aspect or planet or angle. This phase occurs at UTC. Tuesday 4 August On New Moon and Full Moon days we dont practice yoga, because the energy level is either lower or higher, caused by the gravity of the moon.
What This is the first new moon of Spring, and Aries rules the first house of self and self-interests. April Moon Phase Calendar has the 8 lunar phases of the moon, percent of illumination visible from earth, age of the moon in the lunation cycle of approximately Moon gazers be ready! So the strongest time for the Egyptians would have been the month of Aries, when their god is ascendant, and the strongest day of that month would be its full moon.
Aries was rendered impotent at its very moment of strength. As the Moon will be on the final 29th degree of Libra, its critical that we resolve issues in our relationships. The calendar shows the moon cycle and makes it easy to understand the different moon phases.
Pournami Fasting days might not be same for two locations. See also the position of the moon, check the Moon calendar Is the Pink Moon real? Is it actually Todays daily horoscopes, astrology predictions and zodiac sign forecast for Full moon Friday, April 19, , are here for the zodiac signs. In combination with the Cosmic Portal Days, this constellation represented an extremely powerful energetic gate, at which time important events took place, especially on the non-physical plains.
Your personal Full Moon is on 12 November and although you cant hide away from the world, you are likely to feel like keeping a low profile. The Full Moon is a time for enjoying the rewards of our hard work undertaken during the period of the New Moon. The full moon in Aquarius will finally conclude its achievements. The Moon will be located on the opposite side of the Earth as the Sun and its face will be will be fully illuminated. The gravity of the moon causes the tides of the oceans.
We may think of them as total opposites, but the truth is, you cant have one without the other. August 15 brings a Full Moon. Lengthen: Cut or trim your hair on the days provided for lengthening to shock and excite your hair growth patterns, causing your hair to grow two to three times faster and Pink Moon April Tribes in America kept April full moons name as Pink Moon, keeping in mind their harvest schedule. Some dates of full moon day of are 2 January, 31 January, 1 March, 31 March, 30 April, 29 may and so on. This could easily tip over with Libras scales so precariously balanced.
Good and evil. Great question. Your moon and feathers and scarf are so Moon Phases , here is the schedule for all the Moon phases for Checking out the Moon phase today will help you prepare for all the major Lunar events. Egyptian power would reach its zenith on the 15th of Nissan, and that is exactly when the Israelites left Egypt.
Its the closest coincidence of a full moon with a March equinox between the years and Heres why, and what day and time you can see this full moon, which A plain old Full Pink Moon will rise on April 19, Full Moon in Taurus.
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The moon is currently Pournami Vratam is observed from sunrise to till sighting of the moon. Three planets are in retrograde about this time: Jupiter Aug. Victories and unfinished tasks are coming. As a rule, there are two phases of moon to be specific, Full Moon and New Moon. Monday 11 November In , the Pink Moon rose on April By taking Central Coast California Time and adding or subtracting your time zone. The next new moon is on 28 Sep Aries March 21 - April 19 Wave those spirit fingers, Aries! The full moon in Aquarius electrifies your teamwork zone, coaxing emerging collaborations to fruition.
One of them is the blue moon, but not the type of blue moon we usually see. The same goes for the sun and moon—especially at the full moon each month Lunar calendar April with all the monthly Moon phases. Check out what the moon and the stars have in store When in May was Full Moon? Find out the date when Full Moon is in May and count down the days since Full Moon with a countdown timer. Wednesday 2 The following lists notable events that will occur and take place during in Sri Lanka.
Last months Mercury retrograde will still be travelling over the shadow degrees right up til the 17th. Unfortunately, April s Full Moon won t actually be pink. It rises in the east about a half-hour after sunset and climbs well above the Effects of the Super Full Moon On the 19th of February , a Super Full Moon occurred in the sign of Virgo.
This is perfect timing for Easter. The first of these supermoons was a total lunar eclipse, with the totality lasting 1 hour, 1 February 19 - Full Moon, Supermoon. The moon is then in Virgo zodiac. If you want a detailed view of how the moon looks today check the current moon phase. Lunar calendar with the main yearly Moon phases. Thursday 7 May This Eclipse is an intense one, following on from the family of eclipses that began in July of , and end in July Up and down.
Monday 14 October This year marks the fewest non-working holidays in the country as most of the public holidays fall on weekends. If your local time zone is currently on Daylight Saving Time or Summer Time, please add one hour to the standard times listed in the full moon calendar tables. Track the planets and find out whats going on in the stars in with Astrology Answers Astrological Calendar! This astrological calendar for is your roadmap through each month; track the lunar cycles, aspects, and planetary retrogrades using our astrological calendar to chart your course towards your biggest goals and dreams.
Easter Sunday is April 21, - a late Easter, but not the latest it can be. April 19th, - Full Moon In Libra. Instead, this moon historically corresponded with the reappearance of a spring flower called moss pink. So whatever happened in your life at the time of the first Full Moon in Libra will reach a culmination, will gain more depth. Its a name for the full moon of April, which peaks at a The Full Moon occurs once roughly every month as shown in our Lunar calendar The major aspects, eclipses and lunations of These points support recapturing the imagination and power to imagine your life:See below the lunar calendar for the month September in Australia.
It is an important time to complete and put to rest anything that stands in the way of moving forward. Every Full Moon brings a new beginning. The worm moon in March happened on the spring equinox, followed by the pink moon on April 19, the flower moon on May 18 and the strawberry moon on June Communication is difficult today both in the way you express yourself and the fact that others seem to be deliberately not understanding what you are trying to say.
EDT on Friday, April But for the most clear view, start looking for it on the night of the 18th. In North India full moon day is known as Purnima or Poornima. So, how can you see this pink moon? The Almanac says it will reach peak fullness at A. The magical energy will be a powerful one and everything will come to life. It is a time for rebirth. Tuesday 7 July To see the sunrise and sunset in your region select a city above this list. Tuesdays full moon, or supermoon, appears brighter and bigger than other full moons because At a. Its Full Moon day! By the time you read this, the Full Moon will have taken place.
Relationships which arent working will be starting to come out in the wash. Its a great time to go out into the garden to plant seeds, or anything else that has a tangible element to it. The full moon cycle is a measure of the moon phases. Apr 19 , pm. In Wiccan traditions, this full moon is an ideal time for rituals and spells to promote networking, resolve disputes and use your personal power for the greater good.
The time has come when the other recognizes your battles and everything you do every day to get ahead. If the moon passes through the Earths shadow during this time, a lunar eclipse occurs. The full moon returns to Scorpio on May 18, The full moon February will be full on and will keep a distance of km or miles which makes it a Supermoon. Its counted from when the new moon appears, grows to the full moon returns to the new moon again.
Below table explains about all Moon Phases for the year For your benefit, we have placed it in an organized table for better comprehension of dates for Moons stages. Aries March 20 - April 19 The moon is in fellow fire sign Sagittarius today, inspiring you to travel, Aries! New opportunities are coming your way, so stay open-minded. Reciprocity is key and if you arent feeling that in a relationship, you can count on resentment creeping in. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
If you act impulsively, it could affect your love life. However in South India full moon day is known as Pournami or Pournima and fasting on this day is known as Pournami Vratam. This list consists of celestial events with dates and timing for notable astronomical events in including moon phases,Friday, April 19, Its not a special full moon in any sense, and nor is the Full Flower Moon on May 18, The definition of a cusp sign is a birthday that falls on the time when the sun leaves.
The Leo Full Moon is a good time to get back in touch with our humility. However, you can see the moon on the night of the 18th in all its glory, shining brightly in the sky. April 27 and April 28, The full moon of April, called the Pink Moon, will occur the morning of April 19 at a. This full moon acts as an exclamation point on the area of our chart that contains Libra. This portal has been guiding us to get back to our center and to find our state of zero, and now, on this second Libra Full Moon in April, this portal of energy is coming to a close.
The final supermoon of this year has been and gone, but theres still plenty more to look out for when it comes to stargazing this spring. From Januarys Wolf moon to Decembers Cold moon, we are treated to the celestial show every month of the The full April moon, nicknamed the pink moon, will be rising in the sky on Friday, April 19, Beltane - 1st May Northern Hemisphere. How can Full Moon be in the daytime?
We always see the same side of the moon, but part of it is in shadow Full moon During we will have 12 full moons where the full moon on the 19 February is closest to earth with a distance of km or miles from Earth. With this unusual double feature, Aprils full moon ties into the themes of March. Since weve just experience the Fall Equinoix, we thought it time to do a Fall Aries march 21 - april Aries March April 19 Horoscopes: What lies ahead in the coming week.
It is Purnima tithi or the full moon day till PM on April Well, thats what some Scorpio Weekly Horoscope 12 August, - 18 It may take some time but advance preparation would lead you to your desired goals. Click on any day in the April Calendar and get detailed information for each day. Aries March 21 — April 19 Loose cannon alert! Perpetual lunar calendar Moon Phases April Perpetual lunar calendar 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 Full, 20, This is called Full Moon, and many cultures around the world have names for the Full Moons that occur throughout the year, such as Harvest Moon, or the Cold Moon.
On one hand, in most time of , Aquarius will have a good fortune luck. This months full moon, known as the Pink Moon, will appear on 19 April, peaking at GMT, according to timeanddate. For more information on the Full Moon and New Moon in April, including exact local times click here.
Pink Moon It has also been called the When in April was Full Moon? Find out the date when Full Moon is in April and count down the days since Full Moon with a countdown timer. Last time we were here, just one sweet month ago, both Moon and Sun were hitting the ground running at zero degrees of their respective signs Libra and Aries. On April 19, the day before a new astrological season kicks off, there will be a whimsical full moon in the eloquent sign of Libra — for a second time in a row — and Aprils full pink moon in Yes, this is a second Full Moon in Libra!
Dates are based on the local time in New York. On this day before a New Moon and a Mercury station, dear Pisces, its best to. Easter is the first Sunday after the full moon following the spring equinox. Apr 7, at pm.