some notes about temperaments

Can a star of whatever planetary nature with the Sun  deciding the temperament as a traditional astrologer, author of a DVD about humours and temperament states? When does John Frawley say that an oriental Saturn is cold and dry he is talking according the tradition?

One of the most interesting point in astrology is the assessment of the temperament of a native.

The doctrine of the four temperaments- the melancholic, the phlegmatic, the choleric and the sanguine- is very composite and can be found here and there especially in Polybus (Hippocrates’ pupil and son in law who gave a coherent order to the Corpus Hippocraticus), Plato and Galen. It’s especially Galen to develop this theory and describe temperaments as we know. In the Art of Physic he wrote:

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