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The Role of the Least-Aspected Planet in Astrocartography by Rob Couteau Book Summary:
Praise for the online version of The Role of the Least-Aspected Planet: 'Couteau's astrocartography is not only a good primer on locational astrology but a cogent presentation of his theory that the least-aspected planet in anyone's chart is a key to understanding not only the horoscope but also the person's place in the world ... Celebrity and historical charts aplenty illustrate Couteau's thesis ... He also explains how midpoints, 'parans,' and other complications figure into his Transcendental Planet scheme.... and he furnishes ample case studies in support of his theory, both in terms of biographies and in relation to historic events. There's a great deal more besides ... and there's even a second volume with more on Transcendental Planets.' - Richard Nolle, author of Interpreting Astrology; Critical Astrology; and Chiron. 'I've just checked into your Web site, and I am extremely impressed with your discoveries and presentation! Thank you. Please know that your work requires / deserves much time for study and assimilation.... I feel it is really a 'book' that all of us should study.' - Noel Tyl, author of Synthesis & Counseling In Astrology: The Professional Manual. 'Your material is superb ... Because of my interest in aspects as well as Astro*Carto*Graphy, I found your discussion of least-aspected planets very interesting ... Had never looked at this concept in astrocartography before and am excited with what I've found.' - Donna Van Toen, author of The Astrologer's Node Book and The Mars Book. Couteau's book contains 495 pages and is printed in a large, 8" x 11" format. It also comes with a CD featuring numerous graphics, such as astrocartography maps and horoscopes.
Finding Your Best Places by Dan Furst Book Summary:
Finding Your Best Places: Using Astrocartography to Navigate Your Life is Dan Furst's long-awaited first ebook on today's hottest astrology topic, the exciting new art and science of Astrocartography. This word simply means that we take the same information an astrologer uses to create birth charts and horoscopes - that is, a person's date, time and place of birth - and we use them to create world maps that are personal and unique, and useful in guiding us to our best destinations for jobs and money, health, family, love relationships, creative and spiritual paths, community, travel destinations, whatever matters most to us. Each astrocartography map has sets of colored lines that have planet symbols in triangles pointing up to the top of the map, or the bottom, or east or west. So the lines show us not only which planet energies are at work in each place, but in which direction they go: to the soul (up), the body (down), our individual goals (east) or relationships (west). The lines also form connections and crossings -- just as the planets in our birth charts have meaningful, powerful angles of relationship -- so we can easily tell which places in the world are energetically charged for us, whether for success or struggle, and which are neutral "rest areas." Joint readings for couples, families and business teams are especially useful for identifying places that are most beneficial for living and working, and for finding important relationships. Astrocartographers often insist, in fact, on reading for both members of a committed couple, in order to highlight places that are good for them both, and avoid locations that are great for one partner, but challenging, at the very least, for the other.Another crucial point is that astrocartography is not just for helping people find their best places to live and work, though this was the main question when Jim Lewis created his new system 40 years ago. Now second-generation astrocartographers often tell new clients: You Don't Have to Move! People who are quite happy where they are can still use their astrocartography lines to find the places that best favor them for finding employers, clients, colleagues, healers, publishers, investors and love partners.Looking at our astrocartography maps as well as our birth charts can now tell us not only the conditions of timing that astrology has always explored, but also, for the first time, the conditions of SPACE as well. While astrologers have long used different ways of connecting zodiac signs with countries and cities, so that, for example, the very theatrical land of Italy may be called a "Leo country," it is only now that we can see, in precise detail, exactly which places on Earth really favor us, personally and individually, or may have important relationships for us.There are profound spiritual implications to these locational matters as well, and we may find in time that our tendencies, interests, gifts and challenges may all be reflected in the astro-geography of the sky, and this is why we feel attracted to the spiritual traditions and practices of specific places, and why some places just mysteriously seem to keep calling us. And what may be most important to many of us, is that astrocartography may show us what places are most important for the fulfilling of our Sacred Contracts, and the challenges and opportunities they offer for the pursuit of our spiritual goals, and our evolution toward enlightenment and freedom. In the end, what matters is that astrocartography gets more popular every year. It's not just because we want to find our best places now in very fluid and unpredictable times, or because we're more mobile and globally connected that ever before in wider, more versatile networks of business, social contacts and bonds of love and spirit. Astrocartography is hot now because it WORKS. It's helped thousands of people find their purpose, stoke their passion, ignite their courage and hit their goals.
Where in the World? Astro*Carto*Graphy & Relocation by Erin Sullivan Book Summary:
Published in a seminar format, this book defines, articulates and enlarges the local view of an individual's horoscope to a global view, and attempts to expand our local focus - natal - to an organic global relationship.
Astrolocality Astrology by Martin Davis Book Summary:
Welcome to the revised and updated version of Astrolocality Astrology. In the 15 years since the original version was published, the world has shrunk and computer software has dramatically improved. It is now easier than ever to access astro-mapping software and so quite literally seek out the best places for holiday, work, relationships - you name it.This revised edition includes the fascinating case histories of Edward Snowden and Ronnie Biggs, and it is also organised in a more reader-friendly format.
Maps of Power by Dan Furst Book Summary:
Astrocartographer Dan Furst's latest book, Maps of Power, is about people he never met, but almost every astrologer wishes he or she could have read for. It's subtitled The Astrocartography of the Great, the Beautiful and the Terrible because it uses maps created by Astrocartography (ACG) to tell the stories of 28 famous political and military leaders, spiritual figures, writers, movie actors and directors, athletes, saints and workers of horrific misery in the world. It is this second book in Dan's Astrocartography series, he uses the lives of famous people to show how the planet lines on the ACG maps tell uncanny stories - how in gaining triumph and suffering defeat, they win their most brilliant goals and run in vain after bizarre illusions. The book shows: How Abraham Lincoln's star rose irresistibly from Illinois, and why Washington, DC was as dangerous for him as Dallas, Texas was for John F. Kennedy. How Stalin had - and Vladimir Putin has now - a sixth sense about the places where he'd gain the upper hand over allies and enemies alike. How the two places that defeated Adolf Hitler were Russia and, of all places, Detroit, Michigan. And all the rest. Charlie Chaplin and Richard Pryor, Princess Diana and St. Teresa of Calcutta. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. Gandhi, the Dalai Lama, Bill and Hilary Clinton, Martin Scorsese, Muhammad Ali and a dozen more, all of whom lived and flourished, fought and were tested in the fires of risk and danger that show clearly on their planet lines for power and wealth, trial and temptation, glory and mortality. Maps of Power is much more than a book about famous people, astrocartography and spiritual astrology. It's a work of history and mythology too. It focuses on the deepest core questions of how these extraordinary lives could have chosen their sacred contracts - and followed them to love and glory, or to the darkest horrors. This book shows how astrocartography can be used to illuminate any life, however great or seemingly ordinary, and track the thread and aim of its soul mission. The first book in the series, Finding Your Best Places: Using Astrocartography to Navigate Your Life (2015), covers the basics of astrocartography and tells the stories of 23 of Dan's clients, who have used astrocartography to find their best locations for living and working, and for building relationships with backers and markets, teachers and healers, creative colleagues and love partners. Most of the stories are about people who changed their lives for the better by moving to places that favored them for jobs and money, health and learning, creative and spiritual paths, community, family and love relationships, whatever goals mattered most to each one. Other stories are about those who have stayed where they love to be, but have gained new successes by building relationships with people in their "life line" zones.
Create Your Own Reality - The Ancient Wisdom by Ayn Abbott,Sharyn Ayn Book Summary:
For all of those who keep reading self-help books and never seem to change the things that aren't working in their lives, this book will be a major wake-up call. No matter how frustrated you are with your job, relationships, health of financial well being, there is a solution and Create Your Own Reality - The Ancient Wisdom is a simple compelling story of the author's solutions to overwhelming obstacles that would seem impossible for most to comprehend. Your hearth will be touched by the journey our author has taken and you will be delighted by Sharyn's story telling capacity.
Astrology — Do the Heavens Rule Our Destiny? by John Ankerberg,John Weldon Book Summary:
A thorough analysis of this important subject is badly needed. That is why this book addresses the vital issues of astrology authoritatively & in some depth. It explains the power & influence of astrology; how astrology claims to work; the world view about astrology; the truth about chart interpretation; the alleged evidence for astrology; why astrology works; astrology & the occult. It answers the questions: What exactly is astrology? Do the heavens really influence life on earth? What does the Bible say about astrology? Are astrology & Christian doctrine compatible? Many examples & experiences are shared in this extensive study on astrology.
Skeet Shooting for Astrologers by David R. Roell Book Summary:
Here is a collection of essays from AstroAmerica's acclaimed weekly Newsletter, along with an assortment of other essays of interest. Highlights include: The key to using house rulers and dispositors in reading a chart. Numerous tricks to interpret intercepted signs. Reincarnation and the natal chart. Aphorisms, what they are, how they work. The secret to politicians and their charts. The best ways to make money with astrology. A new, unique, history of astrology. How to rectify a chart using character, not math. Why Western astrology is just as good as Vedic. The surprising secret of the ancient Greek Antikythera mechanism: It's an astrological tool.Specially written for this book, a revolutionary new theory of astrology, based on planetary resonance in a defined clock-work mechanism. Discover the Earth's secret third zodiac.Interspersed, slice-of-life, stream-of-consciousness essays. What it's like to live in America in the first years of the 21st century.The author was introduced to astrology in the early 1980's and has studied intensely since the mid-1990's. He previously published AstroAmerica's Daily Ephemeris. This is his first book of essays.
The Role of the Least-Aspected Planet in Astrocartography by Rob Couteau Book Summary:
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Mapping Your Travels & Relocation by Maritha Pottenger,Kris Brandt Riske Book Summary:
CHANGE IS INEVITABLE "(So, stay one step ahead of it)" There are many types of change that will occur in your life, but one of the most dynamic involves a change of residence. Almost as dramatic - sometimes - is the mere change in location when you travel or vacation. Whether for something as temporary as two weeks at a resort, or more sustained as going away to college, and even more when changing residence to look for new opportunities or a new job or a retirement home, that new location will have a significant impact on your life. CHANGING YOUR LOCATION CHANGES YOUR HOROSCOPE Knowing how a move will affect your horoscope can help you choose a location that will maximize the positive and minimize problem areas indicated in your birthchart. It''s your opportunity to be (almost) ''born again, '' and to make some better choices. You can supercharge your entrepreneurial and vocational endeavors, love and romance opportunities, scholarly success, and more. This book shows you how to make the right changes, and the included CD-ROM will calculate different charts and print out interpretative reports so you understand in advance the effects of a changed location on you life.
The Book of Air by Steven Forrest Book Summary:
In The Book of Air, award-winning astrologer Steven Forrest continues his investigation of the four elements which began with The Book of Fire and The Book of Earth. In this third volume of the series, he focuses on what seems to be a very simple idea: the fine art of truly paying attention. He writes, "Air is what connects our hearts and our minds to the world around us. Astrologically - but also in plain speech - it is the linking element, telegraphing an endless stream of information to us - and letting us send a few telegrams in return. Air makes a mockery of the delusion that we are separate from each other - or, for that matter, from anything else. Air connects. It is what allows us to pay attention, and perhaps to create some good reasons for other people to pay attention to us." In these pages, Forrest offers a detailed exploration of Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius, along with their planetary rulers and their associated astrological houses: the third, the seventh, and the eleventh. Together, these powerful words in astrology's magical vocabulary are the key to nothing less than aligning your mind with reality as it actually is.
Astrology by Kim Farnell,Cat Javor,Helene Schnitzer Book Summary:
Part of an series of accessible reference books packed with essential information, ideal for use at home or school, Astrologyis a comprehensive guide to the wonders of the universe and the role that stars and planets play in our lives. It is divided into thematic sections on terms and definitions, the history and fields of astrology, aspects, techniques, houses, interpretation and planets, with cross-references to relevant entries and an appendix with practical information on charts and signs.
Mythic Astrology by Ariel Guttman,Gail Guttman,Kenneth Johnson Book Summary:
Enter a new dimension of spiritual self-discovery when you probe the mythic archetypes represented in your astrological birth chart. Myth has always been closely linked with astrology. Experience these myths and gain a deeper perspective on your eternal self. Learn how the characteristics of the gods developed into the meanings associated with particular planets and signs. Look deeply into your own personal myths, and enjoy a living connection to the world of the deities within you. When you finally stand in the presence of an important archetype (through the techniques of dreamwork, symbolic amplification, or active imagination described in the book), the god or goddess will have something to tell you.
Healing Pluto Problems by Donna Cunningham Book Summary:
Well-written and moving account of Pluto in the natal chart, and how Pluto aspects can affect childhood, adulthood, and life in general. Open discussion of child abuse, rape, incest, violence, repression, manipulative types and how they got thatway. Also included are ways to heal Pluto problems using flower remedies, meditation and more.
Astrology by Frank C. Clifford Book Summary:
Meet fourteen ascending stars at the forefront of the current astrological revival. Each member of this celestial coalition has contributed an essay reflecting their area of expertise - from the traditional and mundane to the spiritual, psychological and evolutionary. 'Astrology: The New Generation' is an anthology of techniques and insights that will enhance your astrological skills and understanding. This first volume has essays from Nick Dagan Best, Gary Caton, Frank C. Clifford, Rebecca Crane, Benjamin Dykes, Maurice Fernandez, John Green, Tony Howard, Mark Jones, Keiron Le Grice, Eric Meyers, Moses Siregar III, Wendy Stacey, Branka Stamenkovic.
Astro and Geography by Ciro Discepolo,Andrea Rossetti Book Summary:
Astrogeography probably represents, together with the Aimed Solar Returns and the Aimed Lunar Returns, the most objective and mathematically verifiable field of the entire Art of Urania. As with our other publications, in this short, yet exhaustive text also, we have adhered the following rule: an example is worth a thousand words. Here you'll find many examples; probably all of them can be defined remarkable ones. These examples show in practice how true and verifiable by anyone is Astrogeography, a discipline whose readability, a priori and a posteriori, leaves people almost bewildered by what might be called its 'scientific' features. Astrogeography – but this may as well refer to all of Astrology – expresses the basic concept upon which our studies rely: namely, that everything that is born takes on the characteristics of the place and the moment of its birth. Therefore, if we apply the variable space to all the components of Astrology, we are able to experience at first-hand how the real things change depending on their geographic latitude and longitude. In this text you can also find the evidence that Astrogeography was already known to Girolamo Cardano, an Italian Renaissance astrologer; in fact, it is probable that this field of astrological knowledge was known even centuries before him. This volume lists all the astrogeographical positions that may be of interest, together with their explanations. They help you detect the best places on Earth that you can move to and achieve a successful career, monetary gain, love, health, and so on... You will also find detailed explanations about the so-called parans, which are so important in World Astrology. This volume is an extensively revised edition of the earlier Italian publication. It has been co-written by me and Andrea Rossetti, one of the best Italian astrologers, who has a great passion for this subject and has contributed more than me to this work, which I hope will be successful in its English version also.
Naked Without a Hat by Robin A. Clark Book Summary:
After a year of great loss, Alana said, "You want to change your life, my friend, you must find where you belong. Not every city or country on this planet welcomes or supports you. Most places will fight your energy. If you want your life to get better, you must see an Astrocartographer." When I started this journey into Astrocartography - or relocation astrology - the science of calculating where you truly belong on this planet through your astrological natal chart, I was very skeptical. What I experienced when I took that leap of faith and journeyed to Greece, where I was told I belonged, was extraordinary and life changing. This incredible adventure is full of humor with unbelievable connections and synchronicities. Astrocartography is a fantastical idea when you think about it, but if you have the courage to trust and step outside of your comfort zone, magic happens! Two amazing stories came from this one adventure; one of courage and trust, and one an intoxicating love story that reaches through time. I invite you into the exciting world of Astrocartography with me, and the wonderful and extraordinary adventures that can happen when you leave fear behind.
The Triple Witching Hour by David R. Roell Book Summary:
The title of this book, The Triple Witching Hour, is a Wall Street term for the end of the financial quarter. It has nothing to do with broomsticks and is unknown outside of the Street. In his third book of essays, Roell starts, appropriately enough, with an analysis of Occupy Wall Street, a short-lived protest movement which was brutally suppressed. This book will tell you why OWS failed and why astrology is essential for planning protest movements, or, for that matter, weddings and children, though you won't find them in this book. Roell then takes off the gloves. In an extraordinary bare-knuckle essay, Astrology Under Our Feet, Roell proves astrology does not fall from an empty sky, but is generated by the earth itself. We are soaked in astrology, from birth to death. Why the hostility from science? Roell finds the origins of modern science in the French Renaissance, which produced an Enlightenment that was a consensus dictat. It was based on a simplistic "science" vs: "superstition," which was formed at the very outset. In reality the Enlightenment was a clash between rich city vs: poor rural, bookish vs: hand-me-down. The Enlightenment amounts to city folk who do not know where milk comes from. Roell declares science to be a series of consensus-based fads. Over the long run, he says, as much quirky as correct. Proof? Roell says to read old science journals. Roell then sketches a new world with astrology, most particularly a new medicine, based on solid astrological analysis, rather than scientific guesswork. Roell declares astrology, like engineering but unlike science, to be based upon fundamental realities and is therefore permanent and unchanging. Along the way in this book, he adds lots of celebrity and political riff-raff for your amusement, a masterful tour de force of astrology at work. Enjoy!
The Nakshatras by Dennis M. Harness Book Summary:
This book shows you how to access the wisdom of the Nakshatras in your personal life and for society. Through it the modern reader can understand the energies of their stars and learn how to utilize these to bring their lives into harmony with the great forces of the universe. This book is must reading not only for any students of astrology but for anyone interested in self-development or spiritual growth.
Astrology for the Soul by Jan Spiller Book Summary:
For the first time ever, a famous spiritual astrologer shares the secrets, previously known only to professionals, that hold the key to your future. Astrologer Jan Spiller shows you the key to discovering your hidden talents, your deepest desires, and the ways you can avoid negative influences that may distract you from achieving your true life purpose, as revealed in your chart by the position of the North Node of the Moon. With insight and depth impossible to gain from the commonly known sun-sign profiles, the enlightening self-portrait offered by the Nodes of the Moon can explain the life lessons you came here to learn and how to achieve the fulfillment and peace you desire. Jan Spiller shows you how to locate the all-important North Node of the Moon in your astrological chart and provides a detailed interpretation of its influence and exclusive exercises to help you learn about: • The SPECIAL TALENT that is waiting for you, a unique gift that could easily be turned into professional success • The SELF-DEFEATING TENDENCIES in your personality that can hold you back and sabotage relationships • The LOVE PARTNER who can be your soul mate—and the partner whose hold over you can lead to heartbreak • The TRAP or temptation from a past life that can lead to disaster if you are not forewarned • The HEALING AFFIRMATIONS designed to help you release your positive energy and strengthen the qualities that can bring you true happiness Jan Spiller is nationally recognized as a leader in the astrology field. She is a faculty member of the American Federation of Astrologers and co-author of Spiritual Astrology. From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Signs by Carolyne Faulkner Book Summary:
In this inspiring guide to achieving happiness and wellness in life, work, and relationships, a “go-to life coach for those in the know” (InStyle) reveals how to use astrology as a roadmap to success. For thousands of years, people have looked to the night sky for guidance. Yet these days it’s so easy to lose touch with the universe and the important direction it can provide. In The Signs, astrologer and life coach Carolyne Faulkner reveals how the ancient wisdom of the stars can empower you to get the most out of life. Faulkner’s method is not about nebulous predictions or fate. It’s about discovering the qualities, good and bad, associated with your natal chart—the position of the planets at the time of your birth—and using that knowledge to inform your decisions and relationships. Easy to use and designed as both an introduction for the cosmically curious and a deep dive for experienced spiritual seekers, this guide shows you how to interpret your chart, find balance, and reconnect with yourself. Consult The Signs to learn what to do when: • You’re an inflexible Taurus, resistant to change. (Create things. Even a home-cooked meal will heal you in wondrous ways.) • You live with an argumentative Aries. (Never fight fire with fire. Wait till your partner calms down to discuss your feelings.) • You have Capricorn influence. (Shed the need to conform. Structure is important, but it needs to be flexible enough to change as we grow.)
Parapsychology, New Age and the Occult - A Source Encyclopedia by Cheryl Klein Lacoff Book Summary:
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Easy Astrology Oracle Cards by Maya White Book Summary:
This 40-card deck (with accompanying guidebook) can help you fulfill your desire to truly understand astrology. The cards make learning quick and easy through interaction with symbols and colors, combined with key words. Now, something that was once complicated will become fun! With the Easy Astrology Oracle Cards, you'll finally learn the basics of astrology and will even be able to give readings to others. The images and words incorporated into each card make memorization a thing of the past, and you'll be amazed by how much knowledge you absorb by using the cards and guidebook together. You'll now have the keys at hand . . . to unlock your inner guide!