Astrology for the Third Act of Life by Elizabeth Spring
Midlife gives us a chance to deepen & connect with our Soul. Written in plain English for astrologers & non-astrologers alike, this accessible book that describes the life passages we all experience in aging.
Kidwheels: Understanding the Child in the Chart by Cornelia Hansen
This book presents research & information to help parents, carers and teachers to discern the individual needs of a child that will enable them to flourish in the classroom and beyond. You do need a basic understanding of the planets and their aspects to benefit from the insights presented.
Foreseeing the Future: Evangeline Adams and Astrology in America by Karen Christino Evangeline Adams was arguably the most famous American astrologer in the early part of the 20th century, with an impressive clientele, a radio show, and several books to her name. This is a well-written and entertaining book about a towering figure in American astrology.
Classics for every library!
The Inner Sky: How to Make Wiser Choices for a More Fulfilling Life by Steven Forrest
One of the most popular texts for beginning the study of astrology, beloved by both beginning & seasoned astrologers.
An Astrological Guide to Self-Awareness by Donna Cunningham
Described by one reviewer as an “Entertaining & compassionate introduction to astrology”, this classic endures.
Person-to-Person Astrology: Energy Factors in Love, Sex and Compatibility by Stephen Arroyo
An insightful & comprehensive book on relationships & compatibility.
The Twelve Houses: Introduction to the Houses in Astrological Interpretation by Howard Sasportas
“If I could only choose one astrology text on the houses, this would be the book”, wrote one reviewer. I agree.
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