Mystery Woman: Under One Sky

In the free magazine called Astrology Considerations, there is an interesting review of the astrology book Under One Sky. It involves quite a few well names of astrology and the purpose of the work is to “Watch as twelve experts, representing twelve different astrological traditions, interpret the same natal chart, blind! Each astrologer was given only...

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The Zodiac and the Soul

The Zodiac and the Soul by Charles E.O. Carter was published in 1928. In spite of his traditional manner, I always knew there was a deeper and more soulful side to this writer. Carter has written this book from a mystical point of view and has designed it for those interested in the mysterious aspects of...

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Sun Sign Predictions: Part 1 – Fire Signs

To kick off our psychic series coming soon, here are some interesting divinations. A book called Practical Astrology by Edgar De Valcourt-Vermont was published in 1901. Naturally, it has some old fashioned predictions, things were much different back then. The interpretations are generally good; he just got carried away. The main problem surrounding this work...

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Planets in Combination

Planets in combination by Lyn Burmyn is an astrology keyword book. “Lynee Burmyn has clearly devised descriptions for each of the planets, signs and houses as verbs, nouns and adverbs. Having the keywords as a flip chart allows the reader to mix and match descriptions from each column (verb/noun/adverb) and create readily applicable interpretations. The author provides...

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Mercury-Neptune: Ghostwriters

Question: TheMercury/Neptune aspect is frequent in famous writers charts. Every bestselling writer seems to have similar traits. Do you have any suggestions what made them famous? The Mercury aspect of the individual serves as a “vessel” for Neptune and “receives gifts” from “beyond.” The type is absolutely mentally “inspired,” and it’s comparable to rushing to take...

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The Galactic Dimension of Astrology

The Galactic Dimension of Astrology deals with the higher levels of consciousness Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto are the gateways to these greater levels of awareness and these planets are transmitting their “stuff” to human beings. The trans-saturnian planets are what we need to meditate upon in order to reach aerial (Uranus), floating (Neptune), and subterranean...

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Relationships, Astrology and Karma

Relationships, Astrology and Karma is definitely on the supercalifragilisticexpialidocious side of synastry books. I had good “spidey sense” for liking this work. Mainly because the author’s style in the other book fitted my views. It’s the way I would interpret the signs and aspects in the astrological chart. It’s was like we’re on a similar wavelength. In regards to...

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Secrets From A Stargazer’s Notebook

I know it’s not a ball gazer’s notebook. Moreover, this is probably too serious a cover for the humorous content inside. Unless we take it ALL as a funny piss-take; the author rather enjoyed sending up the signs. The book itself is fairly big and bulky and has its fair share of those annoying astrological tables....

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Jung’s Typology: By Inferior Design

Jung’s Typology, a book on seminars by Von Franz and Hillman, is a fascinating piece of work. Of course, it relates to the four elements. However, I first came across this Jungian Typing from Liz Greene’s Relating. The types are: Intuition (Fire), Sensation (Earth), Thinking (Air), and Feeling (Water). Each type may operate in either...

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Astrology Made Easiest

I have been book buying and with £100 to be precise. I decided to update the old astrology library. What did I get for this amount of money? But first, who knows whether the kaleidoscope richness and complexity of the soul can ever be fully encompassed by astrology. However, it seems to describe many of...

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