Books about Astrology
- The Hindu Book of Astrology | Bhakti Seva (The Blissful Prophet)
- Yogic knowledge of the stars and planetary forces and how to control them to our advantage
- Everybody's Astrology | by Magnus Jensen
- Psychology or Astrology - Which? Sun and Rising Sign Readings. Table of Rising Signs. Correct Map of Standard Time Sections Principle Illustrated by Author's Nativity. "Accidental Coincidences" and How to Foil them.
- The Brihat Jataka Of Varaha Mihira | by N. Chidambaram Aiyar
- There is probably not one subject which is so ill-understood, which so many people pretend to know,and on which so many are prepared to express an opinion, as the subject of Astrology. The Indian proverb truly says that there is no man who is not a bit of a physician and an astrologer; and it is equally true that there is no subject which is so ill-understood as these two. The fact is that the broad medical and astrological principles are so many that everybody of necessity learns a few of these, but experiences a difficulty in mastering all of them.
- A Manual Of Astrology, Or The Book Of The Stars | by Raphael
- Which contains every requisite illustration of the celestial science; or the art of foretelling future events, by the influences of the heavenly bodies.
- The Influence Of The Zodiac Upon Human Life | by Eleanor Kirk
- The twelve signs of the Zodiac have always been supposed to represent the physical framework of man. This framework is but a vessel of breath, motion, and vibration, played upon by active thought-atmospheres, waves of sound and light, and positive and negative electromagnetic forces, in limitless activity. For ages it has been known that man's physical body was influenced by recondite or occult laws, and that to this influence could be traced the cause of the difference between individuals, between the lives of the intelligent and the ignorant, the happy and the unhappy, the good and the vicious, the useful and the useless...
- Astrology In A Nutshell | by Charles Henry Webber
- Designed to show the symbology and personification of astrology in the religious world and also in ancient forms of secret societies.
- Understanding Astrology | by Ezequiel Gonzalez
- Astrologers all over the world are using computers, astronomical
calculation programs and statistical programs to reevaluate the
traditional symbols, methods and procedures of Astrology. Neoastrology
is just one example of this new "scientific" trend. Does this
means that traditional Astrology is dead or bound to disappear?
I don't think so.