About Benjamin Dykes
Dr. Benjamin Dykes is a leading medieval astrologer and translator who earned his PhD in philosophy from the University of Illinois.
He earned his medieval astrology qualification from Robert Zoller and taught philosophy courses at universities in Illinois and Minnesota.
He recently published Choices & Inceptions, Traditional Astrology for Today, and The Book of the Nine Judges. In 2012-13 he will publish translations in mundane astrology.
In 2007–08 he translated Guido Bonatti’s Book of Astronomy and the Works of Sahl & Masha’allah, on all branches of
He currently offers the Logos & Light philosophy courses on MP3 for astrologers and occultists, and reads charts for clients worldwide.
News/Updates (Feb 2013):
NEW MUSIC RELEASES: Music of the Elements and Nights
NEW RELEASE: Full-Day Workshop Download: Traditional Distributions through the Bounds
NEW RELEASE: Astrological Magic: Basic Rituals & Meditations
FORTHCOMING TALKS: BALI, NCGR, ISTANBUL, BOLTON, AFA.
NEW AUDIO LECTURE: FAA 2012 Conference: Freedom, Metaphysics, Ethics: Philosophical Issues in Astrology
NEW RELEASE: Choices & Inceptions: Traditional Electional Astrology
RECENT RELEASE: Logos & Light III: Complete Plato Lectures
AUDIO LECTURE: FAA 2012 Conference: Eminence and Status in Traditional Astrology
ARTICLE: In Astrology: The New Generation (Flare Publications, May 2012).
INTERVIEW: Chris Brennan interviews Ben Dykes on his new book, Choices & Inceptions.
REVIEW: The ISAR review of Traditional Astrology for Today
RECENT PUBLICATIONS: Traditional Astrology for Today, The Traditional Horary Series, AFA CD Recordings, Choices & Inceptions, Complete Plato Lectures
AVAILABLE NOW: Introductions to Traditional Astrology, Paperback Sahl-Masha'allah, Persian Nativities III, Complete Bonatti Reprints:
STUDY GUIDES AND ARTICLES:
Ascensions Table for Distribution
The Essential Medieval Astrology Cycle
"Some Medieval Uses of the Nodes
Arabic and Pahlavi Vocabulary
Guide to Persian Nativities I-II
Medieval Astrology: Figures, Contributions, Outlooks