Available in late June 2009- the ultimate ephemeris for the years when all but the youngest among us were born. Neil F. Michelsen's The American Ephemeris for the 20th Century, 1900-2000 at Noon, and its companion volume for Midnight, became the most highly trusted and widely used reference works for astrologers worldwide. Now substantially revised, updated and expanded by Rique Pottenger, The New American Ephemeris for the 20th Century, 1900-2000 at Noon, Michelsen Memorial Edition, has improvements and refinements that permit more accurate station times, a more accurate position for the Galactic Center and more. Ceres is added to daily longitude listings, Sun through Pluto, and monthly positions are provided for Eris, Chiron, Pallas, Juno and Vesta.
Available March 2008- the ultimate ephemeris for the years when all but the youngest among us were born. Neil F. Michelsen's The American Ephemeris for the 20th Century, 1900-2000 at Midnight became the most highly trusted and widely used reference work for astrologers worldwide. Now substantially revised, updated and expanded by Rique Pottenger, The New American Ephemeris for the 20th Century, 1900-2000 at Midnight, Michelsen Memorial Edition, has improvements and refinements that permit more accurate station times, a more accurate position for the Galactic Center and more. Ceres is added to daily longitude listings, Sun through Pluto, and monthly positions are provided for Eris, Chiron, Pallas, Juno and Vesta.
The Beginner's Guide to Using Planetary Cycles to Plan and Predict Your Day, Week, Year (or Destiny)
Author: April Elliott Kent
Pubpsher: Fair Winds Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Your birth chart is a snapshot of the sky taken at the moment and place of your birth, one that reflects your character, personality, strengths, and challenges. But the moment after that picture was taken, the planets moved on--some quickly, some very slowly. Astrologers call the moving planets "transits," and by comparing their movements to your birth chart you can gain a complete view of how best to prepare for challenges, meet opportunities, and stay grounded in a constantly-changing world. In Astrological Transits, astrologer April Elliott Kent will guide you through the best ways to make the most of your birth chart. Learn how to make the most of good transits and harness and transform the energy of "bad" ones. You'll also understand planetary cycles and anticipate your own transits. Finally, you'll know how to read planetary return charts, work with planetary retrogrades, and use eclipses to recognize major patterns and turning points in your life. If you are comfortable reading a birth chart, you are ready to move your chart into the future using transits. Instructions, tables, and worksheets will make tracking your transit cycles simple and exciting!
In this groundbreaking book about Human Design Peter Schoeber provides a comprehensive exposition of the most fundamental subjects in HD: How came it to the world? What are the different foundations of the system? How is the bodygraph calculated? In its main part the book contains a systematic presentation of all centers in general and their potential and challenge in the state of definition and of openness. Many concrete everyday examples add to the practical value of this volume. You will enjoy reading it and you will know yourself much better afterwards! Visit us at: www.humandesignservices.de
Everything You Need to Interpret Anyone's Birth Chart for a Complete, Accurate, and Revealing Astrological Reading
Author: Constance Stellas
Pubpsher: Adams Media
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Why go to an astrologer when you can be an astrologer? Now you can take your astrology knowledge to the next level with this clear, concise, and comprehensive guide to the stars. From horoscopes to compatibility breakdowns, astrology is everywhere. But how do you figure out what it all means? And how can it help you better understand yourself and the world around you? The answer may be written in the stars! How to Be an Astrologer explains everything you need to know about the stars, from understanding the astrological year to advice on starting a unique, personalized astrology practice. Simply start with the basics and work your way up through the different aspects of what it takes to run a successful practice. Including a breakdown of your birth chart to how the movement of the planets make an impact throughout the year, this book tackles all the questions you’ve been wondering. Sample questions include: -Is it ever possible—or acceptable—to predict death based on an astrological reading? -Can astrology help in daily life by improving my relationships? -How can I apply what I’ve learned and start thinking like an astrologer? Astrology expert Constance Stellas offers relatable advice to anyone interested in learning more about astrology, getting to know themselves through the zodiac, and providing accurate readings for others. Start your journey to becoming an astrologer today!
For serious astrologers, this book is full of predictive techniques that really work, including cycles, transits, returns, progressions, eclipses, and the clearest explanation of the Saros cycles ever! Describes luminary and planetary arcs, and how to use transits to set up time maps. Brady also interprets progressed planets, waxing and waning orbs, planets changing signs, retrograde motion of transits and lunar phases and how they operate in predictive work. Appendices. Bibliography.
The scientific, historic, and popular basis behind the ancient art of astrology is explored in this comprehensive reference. The guide also includes a table of astrological glyphs and abbreviations, a section on casting a chart, and a chapter that explains and interprets every planet in every house and sign.
Take a step forward into a new universe of astrological interpretation, when you shift focus from Earth-centered charts to Sun-focused interpretations, in The Sun at the Center by Philip Sedgwick. The paths of astrology and astronomy diverged during the Renaissance and the Age of Reason as more facts and data became available. People relied less on intuition and more on the powers of observations enhanced with more powerful telescopes. Curiously, astrology began—who knows how many millennia ago—as a strictly observational art. When people could observe more, they said that the Sun, not the Earth, was at the center of the solar system. Old astrology didn't suddenly stop working with the advent of heliocentric awareness. Because we live on the Earth, geocentric astrology makes sense—no scientific advancement can nullify it. But, if we can create a system where the planets and signs are seen in relation to the Earth, we can do the same with the Sun. The question is, how do we come up with astrology from a Sun-centered perspective? The Sun at the Center answers that question. ·Learn how discover the heliocentric positions of the planets ·Ideal for use in mundane astrology and analysis of spontaneous mass behavior ·Adds new information to geocentric astrological interpretations ·Provides a new way for looking at individuals ·Discover how solar activity influences revolutionary actions The Sun at the Center is a complete primer of heliocentric astrology. It can be used by itself, giving new insights, or in combination with geocentric astrology to enhance and expand upon what you already know. The Sun at the Center takes astrology in a new direction and back to its origins. Join this journey when you get The Sun at the Center.
THE AMERICAN EPHEMERIS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY AT NOON 2000-2050, 2E is the #1 most essential astrological reference book. Daily planetary positions from 2000-2050, moon phases, eclipses, void of course times, aspects, direct and retrograde station times, and "astrological weather" are included.