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In 1997 the author of this book delivered
lectures on astrological prediction for students of Kiev School of Astrology.
A year later on this basis the first variant of
"Complex Prediction Technique"
was written in Russian and published in the Internet. The book was not only
the manual for practicing astrologers, it was some kind of "a report on
completed work", including statistical tables, their analysis, interpretation,
After the book had been published, researches
in this sphere were proceeded in several directions: statistics was collected
and processed, corrections were made in the way of calculation, alternative
forms of astrological objects interpretation were considered. All this made
prediction work more effective, and prophecies became more exact and more
concrete. In order to disseminate results of researches among astrological
public, some articles with general name
"Complex Prediction Technique.
Additions and Remarks", have been periodically published (in Russian)
in the Internet, where the most interesting and important materials were
presented. As they have been accumulated, there was a necessity for the
second edition of the book, which would include all collected information.
This idea was realized in August, 1999. Statistics and results of the
researches were submitted in the book in a minimal necessary quantity,
and basic attention was given to the method of investigation and its
It should be noted, that utilization of the
Complex prediction technique is requires a great number of calculations,
and making them up manually takes a lot of time. Computer program
Antares was elaborated with
the objective of solving this problem. The program not only makes up all the
calculations, but it also allows to use the technique without its detailed
study: it is enough only to enter all necessary data, and then to find in
the book the section with interpretation of the received results. However,
it will be right, if the user learns to do all the calculations manually
before he/she starts working with the computer. Because one should understand,
WHAT is being calculated and WHY, how this or that figure appears and what
it means. For this purpose it is desirable to recalculate the examples given
in the book, then to analyze some cases from your own practical experience,
and then to compare the results of calculations with the indications on the
computer. Therefore, in those parts of the book, where we explain some new
methods of prediction, calculation procedure with the tables and calculator
is shown, though in practice, of course, it is more convenient to use the
So, if the user is ready to begin studying the
technique, he/she will need:
Ephemeris with indication of ecliptic longitude and latitude of planets.
Tables of houses by Placidus.
If you have no ephemeris, or latitude of
planets is not indicated there, it is possible to use the
but only for definition of necessary coordinates, and then for checking
results of manual calculations.
If your purpose is simply to use the technique
for practical needs, without specifying the details, it is enough to get
the book and the program only. Nevertheless, we hope, that scientific interest
will take over, and the user will master the technique to the maximum extent.
The book is distributed as cpt-w60.exe or
cpt-w97.exe self-extracting file. Install it on the hard disk and
extract, -- the CPT directory containing the PICTURES, TEXT, FONTS folders and
readme.doc file will be created. Begin with reading the readme.doc
file and fulfil the guidelines, stated in it.