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The New Astrology: The Art and Science of the Stars

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The New Astrology is a masterly exploration of the myths, symbolism, history, beliefs, and current scientific thought surrounding the cosmos, from art and religion to quantum theory and cosmobiology. Myths and theories explaining the existence of the universe have embodied the deepest hopes and fears of cultures throughout the ages, and the profound meanings that mankind h ...more
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published October 1st 1999 by Trafalgar Square Publishing (first published 1999)
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Nathan Kibler
Oct 08, 2010 Nathan Kibler rated it liked it
The title is misleading as this is basically an overview of astrology with an incorporation of modern science and astronomy information. I'm not going to review it further unless I check it out from the library again. A good basic primer, but not worth the purchase if you are looking for more in depth information.
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