“A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.” – Max Planck I’ve said it before, in these book reviews, in articles on this and other sites, and in … Continue reading Book Review: How Astrology Works: A Professional Stargazer Speaks Out!
“A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.” – Max Planck I’ve said it before, in these book reviews, in articles on this and other sites, and in … Continue reading How Astrology Works: A Professional Stargazer Speaks Out!
I don't remember when I read this book for the first time. I have read it several times since and I have to tell you Debbi Kempton-Smith is one funny Astrologer. Her tongue in cheek style of writing keeps you nodding in agreement with her Astrological assessments. Secrets From A Stargazer's Notebook is broken down like … Continue reading Secrets from a Stargazers Notebook – Review
Sophisticated computer software programs with the potential to guide individuals towards more harmonious romantic relationships and marriages may not be as far into the future as it seems. “The good news is there is solid scientific evidence supporting claims about celestial patterns astrologers have traditionally linked with romantic liaisons,” says Australian research astrologer Paul … Continue reading Successful Astrology Study Replicated
Mundane astrology is the branch of the field that focuses on world events. The term is derived from the Latin mundo, meaning “world”, and it’s probably a rather unfortunate term – after all, how excited can you get over something that calls itself “mundane”? Yet following the correlations between celestial cycles and worldly events in … Continue reading Brother Pluto, Sister Eris: Aspects Between the Dwarf Planets Through 800 Years of History
If fewer people are reading books these days, you’d never know it from the size of astrology books. Joe Landwehr’s recent contribution, Astrology and the Archetypal Power of Numbers to the astrological canon clocks in at nearly 600 pages, and like any book of such size, the commitment required demands that the effort be rewarded. … Continue reading Book Review: Astrology and the Archetypal Power of Numbers
I’m a Tiger. Beyond that, I’ve never known or understood much about Chinese astrology, but with Donna Stellhorn’s new book, that has changed. On one level, it is a year-ahead forecast, similar to many titles in Western astrology. But Chinese Astrology 2019 goes far beyond predictions for each sign in the Chinese zodiac. … Continue reading Book Review: Chinese Astrology: 2019 Year of the Earth Pig
A general consensus seems to be forming among financial astrologers that the world economy is in for some rough patches in the next couple of years. While there are a variety of factors that are cited as important to this assessment, a common thread running through these predictions is the January 2020 meeting of the … Continue reading Book Review: The Dragon’s Debt: An Investors Timeline to Profits During China’s Financial Crisis, 2019 – 2020
The ever-growing genre of astrology mysteries has found a new hero in astrologer-detective David Lowell, a street-smart, Aikido-savvy – and very wealthy – New Yorker. From his uptown townhouse to his downtown office, from posh restaurants to a Brooklyn warehouse, we take a tour in the best and worst of a hot summer in the … Continue reading Book Review: Death in the 12th House: Where Neptune Rules