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Without including any un-necessary information Woolfolk includes everything that you need to get a decent idea of what each element in your chart means and provides an accurate method of putting all this information together in an easy to understand format. You can get a proper astrologer to draw it up for you, or you can google your way to one that you like less.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. However, should you plan to make a career as an astrologer you will, of course, need further study. May 25, Hamidreza rated it really liked it. Everyone’s favorite astrology book, having sold overcopies, is now even easier to use with an interactive CD-ROM This edition of The Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need still includes all of the detailed information about how to cast your own chart the old-fashioned way and, more importantly, how to interpret it once you’re finished.


I googled myself to see what I could find, and the hits were really vague and confusing. Within those sections are piles and piles of knowledge about this. Eyebrows raised when I read them their ideal career paths, for we had all ended up in several of the vocations our signs mentioned! That being said, should you decide to advance in your studies the book does not address the principles behind The Nodes of the Moon, The Part of Fortune, The Asteroids, or Retrogrades.

This is a good book for beginners to absorb some of the terminology used in astrology and to understand the nature of various zodiac signs.

Joanna Martine Woolfolk (Author of The Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need)

Cancer Joanna Martine Woolfolk. However, the book does not excel when it comes to putting all of thes It has taken an awfully long time of on and off reading, but I’ve finally made it through. Sagittarius Joanna Martine Woolfolk. Available for download now.

Published January 25th by Taylor Trade Publishing first published Worst of all, most of them can’t write worth a damn. Honeymoon for Life Joanna Martine Woolfolk. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. This book is a big help when you need to know about Planet, houses, zodiacs and even how to read your BirthChart.

The Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need

Trivia About The Only Astrolog Format All Paperback Hardback. Pick it up, keep it on your shelf, and use it to examine all of your family and friends. It has helped me better understand the basics of astrology and I’m not able to put together basic birth charts for friends and family with ease. Her style is relatable and she provided examples of popular personalities that make you feel like you can see how the layers of zodiac attributes combine to develop more understanding. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: I found the section that combines all the information to understand the horoscope on a composite basis to be too brief and weak.


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Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Within those se i have always been fascinated by zodiac signs and there background. Sun hoanna astrology, Less well-known influences, Understanding astrology, Astrology in history and legend, Astrology in our time, An astrologers lexicon and Astrology tables for the years.

Provide feedback about this page. The living Venn diagram of demographics for these books would look like this: However, it is an excellent reference for the casual reader and the serious student alike.

Readers will also welcome the inclusion of new discoveries in astronomy.