Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need

This article is that of a Publisher’s Testimony illustrating this book: Everybody’s preferred book of astrology, having sold of more than 500,000 prints all over the world, is now even much easier to use because it comes with an interactive CD. The new copy even contains all of the comprehensive fundamentals with reference to how to categorize your personal graphic representation the in a conventional approach. And more importantly, it shows the user on how to read it once the read is finished. On the other hand, the CD in this new version allocates the reader to classify his or her graphic representation in just a few minutes by writing down the date, time and place of his or her birth into the computer. The computer will then generate a converted astrological graphic representation in just a short period of time. As soon as the reader’s graphic representation is generated, he or she will then be pointed to the subsequent pages in the book to understand further on the subject of moon signs, sun signs, rising signs, arrangements of the celestial bodies in their dwellings, and a lot more.

The Library Journal’s analysis of the book is as follows: Even though this is not the only book in astrology that your library will ever need, this book is, on the other hand, a useful title that should one must strongly considered. Woolfolk, the horoscope writer for magazines such as the “Marie Claire” and “Redbook”, has updated her typical principles for the first time in many years. Comprehensively administered here are the sun signs, moon signs, planets, and the connotation of the 12 zodiacal signs, in addition to the most up to date discoveries in astronomy and 21st-century forecasts. The author presents an efficient, rational way to assimilate the analysis of the sun signs, moon signs, planets, and zodiac signs in any particular graphic representation; something that is not easily done or seen in ordinary astrology books. The only deficiency is the lack of instruction in creating a detailed technical graphic representation, of which, is essential in order to cast a full and precise horoscope.

On the other hand, Woolfolk makes up for the setback by showing an easy process that is approximately 90 percent precise, in order to get a novice on the right track and incorporates a bibliography for additional instruction. Astronomical chart are incorporated to facilitate the simplified graphic representation. A good buy for the price, and is highly suggested for all astrology compilations.

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