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Re: Astrology Book Recommendations

1. Steven Arroyo Relationships and Life cycles its god for anyone interested in Progression, Synastry, Transits since he covers those areas.

2. Astrology Transformation & Empowerment by Adrian Ross Duncan A book recommended actually by someone who logs here but its a great book identifying aspect placements on the natal chart and integrating Evolutionary Astrology.

3. Direction & Destiny in the Birthchart ( Howard Sasportas)

4. Relating a Astrological Guide to Living with others on a Small Planet by Liz Greene

5. Relationship Analysis : Astrology a Language of Life by Robert P. Blasche, a really great awesome read on synastry, Composite charts, Progressed charts, incorporates sabian symbols into synastry, and Karmic indicators in synastry for those interested .

6. Love Formulas : By Nance Macullough another great cute book on synastry.

7. Aspects in Astrology : A guide to Understanding Planetary Relationships in your Horoscope. Sue Thompkins.

9. Astrology Karma and Transformation : Steven Arroyo another great book in Astrology really love it.

10. Saturn a New Look @ the Old Devil : Liz Greene Detailed insight on Saturn on the Houses and natal positions of Saturn.

11. Pluto Volume 1 Evolutionary Journey of the Soul by Jeff Green also very good on pluto .

12. Judy hall is has good books as well too .

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Anything by Steven Forrest is absolutely brilliant, deep enough for the advanced astrologer and easy enough to read for the beginner. Jeff Green is also excellent, though probably not great for the beginner, but I'm not sure his books are still available.
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Re: Astrology Book Recommendations

A beautiful free e-book collection of astrology related books and non from the autor Michael Erlewine.

http://www.astrologysoftware.com/books/index.asp?orig=


Special attention should be payed at the Astrology's Mirror:Full-phase aspects work, were's the actual diference between the applying and separating aspects fully elaborated. I personally have gone long way in searching a reference that is concentrated on finally explaining this diference, and the fact that this astrologer, who excells in many other aspects of the earthly life, has decided to share his research and legacy for free, i personally find a true blessing

Much very interesting and amusing insights you can find in exploring the large aspects patterns, multiple combinations and the visual approach he aligned through his materials, such as in :
Startypes: Life Path Partners: Compatibility Astrology
Interpret Astrology: Three-Way Aspect Patterns
Interpret Astrology: The House Combinations
Interpret Astrology: The Planetary Combinations

I think those works could be of great asset to the very begginers, in providing some perspective thoward more complex issues of interpretation
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Thank you for this link, Athene! It's one of the most useful ones I've come across in months...

I may create another thread to discuss particular concepts in Astrology's Mirror:Full-phase aspects with greater depth, but at the moment, I am very confused about "Sun Full-Phase chart" (first appears on page 29) which supposedly separates planets in waxing aspects from planets in waning aspects. I thought I had understood waxing and waning aspects well, having been a student of astrology for five years, but this chart seems counter-intuitive. According to Erlewine's description, the speed of the planet at the moment of birth does not matter to determine waxing or waning aspects; rather, it's the traditional ordering of planets based upon average speed. When I look at Erlewine's natal chart, which he uses as an example throughout the first chapter, Mercury and Pluto are on the same side of the Sun Full-Phase chart chart, and it seems to indicate that both approach a conjunction with the Sun. Yet in the natal chart, Mercury is approaching a conjunction, whereas Pluto has passed it! Why are they on the same side of the chart?

Can you please explain this to me? I fear I won't get very far if I don't understand this chart...

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Thank you for this link, Athene! It's one of the most useful ones I've come across in months...

I may create another thread to discuss particular concepts in Astrology's Mirror:Full-phase aspects with greater depth, but at the moment, I am very confused about "Sun Full-Phase chart" (first appears on page 29) which supposedly separates planets in waxing aspects from planets in waning aspects. I thought I had understood waxing and waning aspects well, having been a student of astrology for five years, but this chart seems counter-intuitive. According to Erlewine's description, the speed of the planet at the moment of birth does not matter to determine waxing or waning aspects; rather, it's the traditional ordering of planets based upon average speed. When I look at Erlewine's natal chart, which he uses as an example throughout the first chapter, Mercury and Pluto are on the same side of the Sun Full-Phase chart chart, and it seems to indicate that both approach a conjunction with the Sun. Yet in the natal chart, Mercury is approaching a conjunction, whereas Pluto has passed it! Why are they on the same side of the chart?

Can you please explain this to me? I fear I won't get very far if I don't understand this chart...

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Hi Arian,

i'll expecting your expansion of this topic eagerly !

I practicly dealt with the same problem, and basicly, out of my habit to reduce on processing txt i estimate by quick look superfluous or irrelevant(some fast reading techniques i apply), i assume you have done the same ? Here the introduction is puted at good use becouse, his primar domain of expertise are heliocentric charts, and as such, having no house systems as referent points but the aspects and the planet selected as the focal point placed at the top of the 360dgr wheel, he calls the 0dgr point. At the top of page 32 he said :
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You can see all the other nine bodies arranged with the same angular separation as in my natal chart, but NOT exactly as they are in my natal chart.
So i assumed he rearanged his natal chart out of illustrative purposes Noticeable are two distinctive diferences from his natal situation (on which, btw i think you shoulnt focus now, secundary imo) : he rescheduled his whole planetary configuration with the Sun at the 10th Cusp, again, he calls it the 0dgr point of a full phase aspect analisis, second he rescheduled Pluto Neptune Saturn Uranus and Jupiter, switching their positions in regard the Sun, but retaining the same separational/aplicational dgr(it's all explained in this same chap we're tallking about). I'm not 100%sure, but i think the switch is provisional and within targeted pedagogic purposes.

Further in the analisis, you can se he's using the whole Zodiac wheel as a conceptual coordinate reference in alalyzing the given planetary positions in aspects thoward the focal planet, Sun and he derives their energetic charge and relevance in relation the positions the hold in this derived Zodiac, thoward the focal point-Sun. He's basicly using the aligned Zodiac(houses) wheel holding the aspects as the absolute point of reference and analyzing their internal dynamic in regard the Zodiac(houses) exponents. I dunno if i was clear enough ? You should give yourself time to read in peace this chapter and the pieces should fall at their place. In fact, it does actually require some time to get acquainted with this part of his work Also, pay attention where he's working with the geocentric, where with the heliocentric charts and you should have no further problems. I hope i was of some help
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i'll expecting your expansion of this topic eagerly !
I've created a new thread E-Book Discussion: Astrology's Mirror:Full-Phase Aspects. I'll see you there!

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I practicly dealt with the same problem, and basicly, out of my habit to reduce on processing txt i estimate by quick look superfluous or irrelevant(some fast reading techniques i apply), i assume you have done the same ?
This is not an inappropriate guess considering my natal chart's emphasis upon the signs of Aries and Gemini, but believe it or not, I read through every line up to page 48! (I'll admit I attempted to read the "Sweet Sixteen" section explaining the properties of each waxing and waning aspect, but my attention began to waver. I probably will just skim through it, as you suggest, although I know I shouldn't.) Indeed, I reread several sections, but I still cannot grasp this chart!

I posed more specific questions in the thread.

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Re: Astrology Book Recommendations

We all have our preferences. Though I have close to 100 books on astrology, some of the ones I peruse most are:

Astro Essentials, Maritha Pottenger
Chart Interpretation Handbook, Stephen Arroyo
Planets in Composite, Robert Hand
Horoscope Symbols, Robert Hand

My own notes. The best thing I find is to write your own notebook, summarizing all the findings in the various books which one finds important.
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Anything by Liz Greene
Howard Saportas who has sadly passed away left a wonderful legacy of magnificant books on his own & with Liz.
Start with them & you will be amazed.
I agree with this. I would also get a major book on aspects by Robert Pelletier as well as Planets in Houses. Planets in Transit by RObert Hand.
These days you dont need to buy any ephemerides as they can be downloaded on the net but it is a basic table that you will need.
Sometimes you can get them cheaply second hand on EBay.
I have many books but these ones are the staples which I often refer to, to get another perspective. You will develop your own way of doing charts and that is normal.....

It is also my opinion to forget about asteroids and fixed stars and concentrate on the major planets of our solar system and the nodes.
Major aspects also with little emphasis on the minor ones.. Keep a chart as simple and uncluttered as possible and you will get to the nub of any issue. Others may disagree of course...

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THE BEST ONE!!!
Also, "Astrology, Psychology and the Four Elements" by the same author"

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+1 Absolutely agree, for me, one of the most intelligent and best books I have read on astrology.
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I've owned hundreds of astrology books over the years, and have reviewed quite a few.

I currently own only two astrology (physical) books:

"Christian Astrology" by William Lilly (Regulus facsimile edition)
"The Combination of Stellar Influences" by Reinhold Ebertin

I also think they are the best two books for beginners to start with.
These are two solid recommendations. Just a couple of caveats about Lilly: if you can find a facsimile of the 1647 edition (I too have the leather-bound Regulus), be prepared to go blind trying to sort out every "s" from every "f" due to the archaic typeface (at least until you adjust), and anticipate wrestling with the equally archaic language. On the other hand, if you buy a more readable modern reprint I've heard that some of the transcriptions are questionable. On balance, I'd go with the facsimile if you can find it so the content is intact.
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Wow! We need to set up a poll or something to see which ones are most reccomended... There's so many! :/
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I didn't see anything on rectification on any of these lists. I have "Rectification of the Birth Time" (AFA, 1954) by Gustave Scwickert but it's poorly printed and hard to use. I also found "The Complete Book of Chart Rectification" by Carol Tebbs on-line but don't know anything about it. And I've been using the on-line Rosicrucian material on the Prenatal Epoch with some success; I will probably pick up E.H. Bailey's book on the subject.

Does anyone have any input on the Tebbs book, or any other book on rectification? I use all of the usual methods of correlating major life events to progressions, directions and transits as well as (to a certain extent) "Ascendant types" and some character-based flags, but was looking for a comprehensive, systematic treatment of the subject.
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Re: Astrology Book Recommendations

Top five astrological texts:

Ephemeris:
Raphael's Ephemeris, published by W. Foulsham. The larger format versions now go up to 151 years. Better than the American, it also contains the Dark Moon Lilith, which I use myself in charts to good effect.

Transits/Predictive:
Planets in Transit
by Robert Hand, Para Research. The best book by far for understanding planetary dynamics and how the affect the individual on a daily basis.

Psychological:
Jungian Birth Charts
by Arthur Dione, Aquarian Press. An excellent introduction to how astrology can be understood through a Jungian lens.

Philosophy of Astrology:
The Astrology of Fate by Liz Greene, Allen and Unwin. A fascinating, and profound examination of what fate really is, and the 'clues' to how it functions in astrology.

General:
Astrology, Psychology and the Four Elements by Stephen Arroyo, CRCS. A beautifully written, penetrating work on the 'modern', energy-based approach to astrology.




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This man writes a very good review of how I feel about this amazing book.
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"Astrology and Your Lucky Star"

We recommend "Astrology and Your Lucky Star" by Seattle author and astrologer Ann Combs, available here. Ann has 35 years experience creating and reading charts. Her new book explores the influence of the newly discovered Galactic Center and offers career and romance guidance in an easy to read style.
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Re: Astrology Book Recommendations

Most of the books that the previous posts mention are really interesting.

Personally I recommend the following:

1. "Tetrabiblos" by Claudius Ptolemy (various publishers)
2. "Anthologies" by Vettius Valens (google for the translation from ancient Greek)

From the modern

"Astrology, Psychology and the Four Elements" by Stephen Arroyo

And the best of the best:

"The scientific basis of Astrology", subtitle: "Tuning to the music of the planets" by Dr. Percy Seymour Astrophysicist

I want to write a small review for this book:
It is a book that represents a whole independent category. All the other books of Astrology are talking about "how" to make Astrology. This book says "Why" Astrology is a way to interpret our character. "Why" the planets affect our life.
It is written from a physicist and it uses scientific arguments to answer peoples questions and mostly to shed light on difficult aspects of Astrology.

I was astonished not to see this book is the lists of previous posts Recommendations.
Dr. Michel Gauquelin books are also interesting but they are dealing with Statistical research in the field of Astrology.

Also from the same author:
"Astrology the evidence of science"

I'm finishing the list with my own book:
"Astrology of the 13 Signs of the Zodiac" subtitle: "Ophiuchus: The New Sign of the Zodiac Circle" by Vasilis Kanatas
It is a book that introduces a new theory for this ancient field of study.
I would like to see your reviews.
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Most of the books that the previous posts mention are really interesting.

Personally I recommend the following:

1. "Tetrabiblos" by Claudius Ptolemy (various publishers)
2. "Anthologies" by Vettius Valens (google for the translation from ancient Greek)

From the modern

"Astrology, Psychology and the Four Elements" by Stephen Arroyo

And the best of the best:

"The scientific basis of Astrology", subtitle: "Tuning to the music of the planets" by Dr. Percy Seymour Astrophysicist

I want to write a small review for this book:
It is a book that represents a whole independent category. All the other books of Astrology are talking about "how" to make Astrology. This book says "Why" Astrology is a way to interpret our character. "Why" the planets affect our life.
It is written from a physicist and it uses scientific arguments to answer peoples questions and mostly to shed light on difficult aspects of Astrology.

I was astonished not to see this book is the lists of previous posts Recommendations.
Dr. Michel Gauquelin books are also interesting but they are dealing with Statistical research in the field of Astrology.

Also from the same author:
"Astrology the evidence of science"

I'm finishing the list with my own book:
"Astrology of the 13 Signs of the Zodiac" subtitle: "Ophiuchus: The New Sign of the Zodiac Circle" by Vasilis Kanatas
It is a book that introduces a new theory for this ancient field of study.
I would like to see your reviews.

Thanks for sharing.
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Although the Internet has been a wonderful source of free information, I believe that I have come to a point in my astrological studies in which I may benefit by investing in some good books. My birthday is fast approaching, and I cannot think of a better gift I would like to receive! Does anyone have any recommendations to start off my (non-existant) collection?

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For the nodes I would recommend Martin Schulman for sure. I think you need Planets in Transit book as well and Robert Hand is a good author. Planets in Houses and Planets in Signs. They are three basic text books and Robert Pelletier is also recommended.
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Hi,

Recently I bought few astrology books:
Art of Predictive Astrology: Forecasting your life events (Carol Rushman) and Solar Arcs, Astrology's Most Successful Predictive System (Noel Tyl).

I love these two books. In my opinion both books are very informing - good for learning.


However, I also bought - Solar Returns: Formulas & Analyses (Nance McCullough) and I was not satisfied. For me book is a little bit confusing. I just do not get it. There are many SR chart examples but I have problems with explanations. I am a beginner in this field and I would appreciate if there is anyone with experience in SR astrology who could recommend something that is suitable for learning. Book easy to follow with good explanations!

Thanks!
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I recommend The Only Astrology Book You'll Ever Need by Joanna Martine Woolfolk. It's great for beginners and I've used it a lot, it also comes with a CD-Rom that delineates birth charts for you.
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I recommend The Only Astrology Book You'll Ever Need by Joanna Martine Woolfolk. It's great for beginners and I've used it a lot, it also comes with a CD-Rom that delineates birth charts for you.
It sounds like she's more advanced than this book you recommended.
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I honestly did not check to see if anyone suggested this, but this is my favorite book that goes into planetary aspects. Sue leaves it more as planetary combinations but it is very illuminating and helps get the reader out of the 'trine means this, and sextile means that' rut.

'Aspects in Astrology; A Guide to Understanding Planetary Relationships in the Horoscope' by Sue Tompkins
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The Solid Basic Astrology Textbooks:

"How to Learn Astrology", by Marc Edmund Jones

"Astrology: How and Why it Works", by Marc Edmund Jones

"Essential of Astrological Analysis", by Marc Edmund Jones

"The Guide to Horoscope Interpretation", by Marc Edmund Jones

"How to Live with the Stars", by Marc Edmund Jones

The Houses:

"The Houses Connection: How to Read the Houses in an Astrological Chart", by Karen Hamaker-Zonadag

"The Twelfth House: The Hidden Power in the Horoscope", by Karen Hamaker-Zonadag

Psychological Astrology:

"Astrology and Jungian Psychology: A Synthesis of Jungian Psychology and Astrology", by Karen Hamaker-Zonadag

"Astrology, Psychology and Four Elements: An Energy Approach to Astrology & Its Use in the Counseling Art", Stephen Arroyo, M.A.

Planetary Aspects:

"Planets in Aspects: Understanding You Inner Dynamics"
, by Robert Pelletier

"Aspects and personality", by Karen Hamaker-Zonadag

"The Yod Book", by Karen Hamaker-Zonadag

Symbolism:

"The Sabian Symbols in Astrology", by Marc Edmund Jones
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The Knot of Time-Astrology and Female Experience by Lindsay River & Sally Gillespie.

Astrology Alive!-Experiential Astrology,Astrodrama and the Healing Arts by Barbara Schermer.

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"Horoscope symbols" by Robert Hand...the greatest book ever written on Astrology!
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