Astrology, Consciousness, Synchronicity, Physics, and Metaphysics: the chapter titles hint that this interesting volume actually covers far more ground than just astrology. The five sections of this unique book contain a fascinating series of mini-essays that address all of these subjects in turn, and show them to be expressions of the traditional four elements: earth, air, fire, and water. Astrology is the beautiful and intricate web that weaves all of the others together, and best shows their full and interlaced realization. The material is fleshed out with personal anecdotes, as well as with explanations of cutting-edge scientific concepts. The chapters examine the ongoing cosmic dance that our lives take part in, and show how we ourselves help to determine the rhythm of that dance.
Astrology, to some, is odd. But astrology is no more odd than the universe itself. Skeptical scientists have written astrology off. But is that fair and accurate, or is it simply one viewpoint that discloses more about our current materialistic paradigms than about the full nature of reality? There is far more to our world than we have yet discovered; the limits of what is known are always moving. There is indeed likely a point at which astrology, science, and spirituality will eventually converge. The specifics of that place are as yet unknown, but the signposts shown here perhaps indicate its direction.
This is not an astrological “cookbook” or how-to manual; it is a deep examination of the philosophical issues that surround both astrology and science, along with meditations regarding their ultimate meaning and implications. Its broad territory ranges from the history of physics to far-reaching speculations regarding astrology’s relation to fate and free will. It will be of interest to anyone with a thoughtful and curious frame of mind regarding the subjects above, or to anyone who wants an astrological read that journeys wide, and burrows far beneath the surface.
Honoring the founder of Evolutionary Astrology: Jeffrey Wolf Green! The long awaited Journal of Evolutionary Astrology is finally here! A rich and masterful collaboration of Evolutionary Astrologers from around the world! – America, Australia, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, England, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, and South Africa! The Journal of Evolutionary Astrology is a stunning magazine-style journal expertly designed by Greg Linhares and featuring articles by 25 professional astrologers from around the world including well-known names such as Patricia L. Walsh, Kristin Fontana, Deva Green, Kaypacha, and Ari Moshe Wolfe. Jeffrey Wolf Green, Rose Marcus, Kim Marie Weimer, and Gonzalo Romero present articles on Mars/Aries, the archetypal focus for the first issue. This is a comprehensive collection of work showcasing various dynamics and applications which should appeal to astrologers and students on all levels. The Journal is packed full of powerful articles aimed at guiding and educating those with a yearning for knowledge and understanding of the evolutionary lessons of life. In addition, there is a Special section dedicated to the Founder of Evolutionary Astrology, Jeffrey Wolf Green, featuring a very heart-felt and moving piece by eminent astrologer Erin Sullivan who was one of four astrologers who helped write the About This Book featured in the original version of Green’s classic, Pluto Vol I – The Evolutionary Journey of the Soul. “WOW. This is truly beautiful! Such great articles, beautiful design, so brilliantly organized . . . and I know the amount of work you all put into this – individually and collectively . . . I know I got terrific personal attention working on my piece. Thank you. Love, Erin” In addition, the Journal offers readers an abundance in EA articles, chart analyses, case studies, personal stories, interviews, current transits, natural healing, book reviews, poetry and humor, and of course, an event calendar. “It’s awesome! I am blown away by the profound articles by these great writers. Thank you all. This is a beautiful gift for anyone who loves astrology.” – Caroline Owen-Doar The Editorial team, headed by Rad Zecko, has worked tirelessly to unveil this masterpiece. Cat Anderson’s vision became a reality with the help of Deva Green, Kristin Fontana, and Linda Jonson, in addition to Creative Director/Designer, Greg Linhares, who is a master of his craft. Together this team has helped create a Journal of unequaled excellence and beauty. For all those who have been learning and applying Evolutionary Astrology in their lives and work, and for all those who desire to begin learning the uniqueness of this paradigm – this journal is for you!
Addiction to substances such as alcohol, heroin, and prescription painkillers continues to take center stage as a crucial public health concern. In Addiction As Seen through Astrology, author Robert Reis studies the nature of the addictive personality through the eyes of astrology.
To accomplish this, he uses a special astrology program known as the astrodyne method to analyze case studies involving the personalities of addicts and nonaddicts. His research of 150 astrological birth charts, including those of both everyday people and celebrities, is designed to examine why certain people go through addiction and others don’t. The first in a five-part book series, Addiction As Seen through Astrology: Book One – the Planets offers a primer on astrology that extends far beyond sun signs and horoscopes.
Astrology’s main purpose is to understand the human personality. Here, he shares compelling astronomical facts about each planet and what influence they have on both astrology and people’s personalities.
But while this knowledge can provide essential insights, this book isn’t meant to be used to cure or diagnose someone with an addictive personality. Rather, it’s meant to deepen our understanding of the addictive personality and help us persuade loved ones to get the help they need to recover.
Jyotish is the ancient science of Vedic Astrology, the Astrology of India. In “Goravani Astrology Complete”, Das Goravani, best known as the creator of Goravani Jyotish software explains Vedic Astrology in his own, unique, rich, creative, conversational way that makes understanding Jyotish fun and easy. Over the course of 690 pages, Das gives easy-to-understand explanations and examples covering the Planets, Signs and Houses, and their significations and Lord placements; Dashas, Nakshatras, and Lunar Calendars. He writes concept specific chapters on methods and philosophies on the practice of Astrology and cultivating deeper insights. This book includes over 100 pages of graphs, charts and lists for easy reference as well as a glossary of terms for ease of understanding. Whether you’re a student or a long-term practicing Astrologer, this book has both practical knowledge and unique philosophical insights which make this book a rich addition to your astrological library.
Charted Territories: Astrology in Poetry is a refreshing and unique exploration of astrological traits and characteristics. In this deeply beautiful and provocative poetry, seasoned astrologer, Kari Trottier-Whitsitt, shares with us the essence of each astrological sign, planet, house, element, and quality with nuance and subtlety. Each of us is a combination of many signs. At the time of birth, every planet and luminary (sun and moon) is passing through a sign constellation that attributes particular characteristics to our ways of being in the world. Feel your way through these pages and find yourself reflected in these poems. Take it further, and match it against your own astrological birth chart that you can obtain by contracting Kari. Contact information included in “About the Author.”
Early Christianity and Ancient Astrology explores a variety of responses to astrology, the most popular form of divination among early Christians in Greco-Roman antiquity. After a brief overview of ancient astrological theory and a survey of polemical responses to it, this book documents instances in which early Christian writers and communities incorporated astrology positively into their beliefs and practices. This study is of interest to students of early Christianity and of Greco-Roman religion and to those concerned with interfaith relations or with issues of Christian unity and diversity. It is particularly recommended for use in courses on the history of Christianity and on the religions of Greco-Roman antiquity.
Do you want to know quirky things about your zodiac sign? Do you desire to know what makes other zodiac signs tick? Or, maybe you want to know if you should pursue a relationship with another person. Then, What’s the Deal with My Sign? An Insight on Astrology is a must read. Author, Lamar Young takes a unique perspective in helping you discover the unique intricacies about the twelve zodiac signs. From knowing how signs are related through the four primary elements of fire, earth, air, and water to the more clandestine astrology topic of modes, this book provides a way of looking at yourself and others differently. Whether you are an old pro or a newbie to astrology, What’s the Deal with My Sign? An Insight on Astrology is sure to satisfy anyone’s cravings on how to get the best out of yourself and others.
Astrology and Magic from the Medieval Latin and Islamic World to Renaissance Europe brings together ten of Paola Zambelli’s papers on the subject, four of which are published in English for the first time. The papers in Part I of this volume deal with theories: the ideas of astrology and magic held by Renaissance thinkers; astrologers’ ideas on universal history and its cycles; i.e. catastrophes and rebirths, theories; and myths regarding the spontaneous generation of man himself. Part II focuses on the role of astrologers in Renaissance society. As political counsellors, courtiers, and academics, their ideas were diffused and appreciated in both popular and high culture. Part III looks at the Great Conjunction of 1524 and on the long and extended debate surrounding it, which would not have been possible prior to Gutenberg, since astrologers printed numberless booklets (full of religious and political innuendo) predicting the catastrophe – flood, as well as earthquake or fire – foreseen for February 1524 (which, in the event, proved to be a month of extraordinary mild weather). Part IV reprints some review-articles of twentieth century scholars whose writing has contributed to our understanding of the historical problems concerning magic and other connected debates.
The profession of astrology is evolving as our world in transition brings rapid changes, causing people and organizations to seek reliable guidance. What better way to navigate the times than to rely on the celestial clock of planetary cycles. Today, we are witnessing a revival in Astrology, with the enhancement of educational programs, community events, and research, creating better astrologers and a higher quality of service. But what does it take to succeed as a professional astrologer?
This volume gathers the experience and guidance of some of the world’s most successful astrologers, who discuss the dos and don’ts, potential pitfalls and rewards, and critical building blocks of a successful and fulfilling practice.
Marketing Strategies and Astrology Resources
Financial Matters and Legal Issues
Consultation Dynamics and Ethical Considerations
Writing and Publishing
Including a survey on the profession and multiple interviews
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The Organization for Professional Astrology (OPA) is a non-profit organization that advances the cause of professional astrology by developing programs, publications, and community support to help students and practitioners foster their understanding of astrology, and launch and enhance their astrology practices.
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