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Hello,

How can I download issues of Considerations as PDF files from issuu?

The links don't seem to have a download option

Thanks,

Gautam

Admin reply: The opportunity to read each article published in Considerations is provided to you without any cost to you. This sadly does not include the ability to download articles.


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I only discovered this site yesterday, but I want to thank you immediately for making available so much valuable information. You are providing a wonderful service to astrology addicts like myself!

Thank you again. These articles will be grist for my mill for months, if not years.


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Thank you & Thank you again, your magazine is increadible.
The very best to you all.


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I love your magazine and will be reading and using the wealth of information you so freely share for years to come!! thanks you!!

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Terrific, terrific resource. I've gotten so much out of it. I truly appreciate your generosity in making this freely available. Thanks!

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It's very generous of you to provide Considerations on-line. I still have all my back issues but it's great to be able to read the ones that were out of print.
I used the Septenary technique in 1995 to find my correct birth time. It didn't rectify my chart for me of course but using one particularly difficult year as a control, I concluded on the basis of the technique that I must have been born earlier than what was indicated on my birth certificate. I contacted the hospital, which fortunately keeps meticulous birth records, and discovered that the administration had incorrectly transcribed my birth time on my birth certificate years earlier. It turns out I was actually born 43 minutes earlier than I was led to believe. That changed the order in which the planets rose in my chart after birth.
So this kind of time lord technique in my opinion is a very useful starting point for rectifying charts and I now have a natal chart with which I can forecast.

Admin reply: Thank you Martin for your helpful comments. Planetary sequence is of immense value in rectification as your personal example shows.


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There is a great range of concerns covered here. Am especially interested in the Epoch articles, which are
a treat to look into. Many thanks for your book Ken & for making so much effort available for so little.

Garry


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Why previous entry was not worded very well.

I've some of the early issues as pdf's, and would like to print out an article as a text file. I saved the issue (3-4, I think) and then tried to save the pdf as a text file. It went through the save routine, but when I opened the file in OO there was nothing there.

BTW, it's great to have access to all the issues of Considerations! I have most in hard copy, but now I can read those I'm missing.

Bob

Admin reply: Hi Bob:
The magazines are all image files that have been converted into pdf format. You can download any of them and print out all or selected pages, but you cannot convert them into selectable text format. By contrast, the Index and 'One After Another' are pdf files created directly from text, and these can be reverted back to text.
I don't understand why you would want a magazine article in text format.
Regards
Ken


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I tried at save the .pdf as a text file, but when I opened it in Open Office there was nothing there.

What's amiss?

Bob


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