Here is a book for beginners wanting simple instructions on how to interpret a chart, as well as old hands seeking fresh perspectives. This book takes the reader on an adventure of exploration and discovery helping them to acheive fulfilment and reach goals through astrology.
In this indispensable astrology book, Noel Tyl presents the definitive study of astrology's most accurate prediction system. The first major presentation of Solar Arc theory and practice in the English language, this book offers the entire application spectrum of Solar Arcs, dramatized in numerous case studies. Tyl explains the theory behind Solar Arcs from their inception in ancient times to their present-day articulation in rich, psychodynamic natal analyses. He also focuses on their quintessential importance to modern rectification methodology, the divining of unknown birth times. Finally, he shows you how to maximize computer software support to produce definitive results.
- Learn the developmental history of the Solar Arc method
- Identify important development times in anyone's life, at a glance
- Explore the timing power of Tertiary Progressions
- Follow step-by-step rectification methods
- Use the 100-year Quick Glance Ephemeris
- Acquire knowledge of 1,130 possible Natal and Solar Arc Midpoint pictures
Solar Arcs reveals the immense power of today's fastest growing astrological method. Written for the advancing student and the professional astrologer, Noel Tyl's work will transform the way you practice astrology.
Are you likely to meet a new love soon? Is the coming year a good time for that major career change you've been contemplating? Are you likely to make a lot of money in your life, or will you always be challenged to make the most of what you have?
The techniques presented in The Art of Predictive Astrology show you how to forecast upcoming trends and life events for yourself, friends and family, and astrological clients. Author Carol Rushman, a practicing astrologer for over twenty-five years, shares her method for astrological prediction, including: the "natal promise" of the birth chart; secondary progressions, including the progressed Moon, and progressed house cusps; transiting planets; lunations (New and Full Moons) and eclipses.
After reading this book you will be able to predict major events such as marriage, and minor events like receiving a small gift. Real-life examples drawn from the author's experience show you firsthand how to practice the art of predictive astrology.
This book introduces the concepts and operations of Vedic Astrology. It presents the component's of the astrologer's art-the planets, signs, houses and lunar mansions. The author goes into the rules that determine planetary strength, the construction of the divisional charts and the principal combinations, and much more.
The horoscope is a map of the heavens at any particular time, usually at the birth of a person. An important aspect to consider when creating charts is the Midheaven. Before computers it was a vital computation in setting up horoscopes. Curiously, many astrologers ignore this point in their interpretations.
During over twenty-five years as a professional astrologer, Stephanie Jean Clement, Ph.D., has emphasized that no point of a chart is unimportant. She reveals what she has learned in "The Power of the Midheaven. "Attention to the Midheaven can revolutionize your understanding of astrology."" If you are an astrologer, you need the information in this book to make your readings more complete and to have a full understanding of a chart.
The Midheaven indicates what we know about ourselves. The primary form of analysis is to examine the sign the Midheaven is in. For example, people with Leo Midheavens set their goals high and have the staying power to achieve them. They want to rise to the top socially (Jacqueline Kennedy is an example, as is Grace Kelly). They are self-confident, generous, know they are fine leaders, and have organizational capability — but may not be able to admit their own shortcomings. A Leo Midheaven is the master of control and free will, and achieves spiritual enlightenment by knowing that the physical body is necessary. Dr. Clement points out that both Charlie Chaplin and Adolf Hitler have a Leo Midheaven (they were born within days of each other). She gives quotes showing how they used their wills to control people, and both worked hard to eventually reach the top. Obviously, they were quite different people, but the way they achieved their goals was similar. Chaplin actually experienced his first movie-making disappointment with "The Little Dictator," a film about Hitler.
This book covers the Midheaven through all the signs. It also includes planets in aspect, transits, and much more. If you are an astrologer, or if you are at all interested in your horoscope, you need this book.
Take a deeper look at astrology as it relates to Jungian Archetypes. By understanding myths and archetypes, you can attain the potential of your birth chart—your life map—and gain conscious control of the instincts that rule you. You can change the instinctual patterns that seem to have you locked in, and become healthier and more productive.
"Archetypes of the Zodiac" explains the archetypal journeys of each sign: Aries' search for a separate identity, Taurus' quest for value and meaning, Gemini's search for variety. The technique in this book is based on the integration of the esoteric rules of the signs with their opposites. This technique helps you understand your instinctual behavior, enhance your creativity, and modify the negative energies in your horoscope.
Anyone studying astrology and archetypes—counselors, professional astrologers and even novices—can benefit from this information. You can bring out the higher octave of your sign and manifest it in your life—and learn to help others do the same.