About Benjamin Dykes

Dr. Benjamin Dykes is a leading traditional 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 Astrology of the World Vols. 1-2, Traditional Astrology for Today, and The Book of the Nine Judges. In 2015-16 he is publishing translations from Arabic and Greek. In 2007–08 he translated Guido Bonatti’s Book of Astronomy and the Works of Sahl & Masha’allah, on all branches of traditional astrology.

He currently offers the Logos & Light philosophy courses on MP3 for astrologers and occultists, and reads charts for clients worldwide.

News/Updates (May 2016):

NEW AUDIO LECTURE: Two Special Configurations: Aversion and Decimation

PUBLIC LETTER: A forthcoming course, and new translations.

NEW AUDIO LECTURE: Primary Directions Without Tears

NEW AUDIO LECTURE: Thought Interpretation and the Search of the Heart

JUNE 11-16, 2015: 6-day Traditional Astrology Intensive in Taipei, Taiwan.

NEW BOOK: Astrological Prediction: A Handbook of Techniques

COMING THIS SPRING: Leopold of Austria's Compilation in the Science of the Stars.




INTERVIEW: Chris Brennan interviews Ben Dykes about his recent release, Hephaistion's Apotelesmatics Book III.

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

Traditional Astrology for Today, The Traditional Horary Series, AFA CD Recordings, Choices & Inceptions, Complete Plato Lectures

Ascensions Table for Distribution
Firdariyyat Table
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

Logos & Light Lecture Series

Downloadable lectures, courses on CD

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