Many astrologers focus on ways of interpreting the psychology of individuals and their relationships with the help of the stars. Now you can set yourself apart by giving a wide variety of accurate and precise predictions, thanks to Celeste Teal's Identifying Planetary Triggers. Teal is an associate member of the American Federation of Astrologers and has written many articles for astrological magazines. With this book you can reap the rewards of her years of research in order to be able to make giving predictions a part of your astrological practice. Even if you're not a professional, you're going to find that this book will open up new vistas of interpretation in the readings you give to yourself and others.
Numerous techniques are given and illustrated with examples and charts so you'll understand how to use progressions, returns, and transits for making predictions. The notion of precessions, diurnals, anlunars, and more are included to add even more depth to your interpretive abilities.
The book includes a table of the Moon's nodal positions from 1935 to 2054 so you can use the information on these nodes and their transits and aspects in any kind of chart. The book concludes with a wonderful glossary to make study easier and clearer.
Teal writes, "I believe that in the future we will look back and find it hard to imagine a time when everyone wasn't astrologically knowledgeable. My goal is to help make forecasting simple so that one can plan more wisely."
When you work with this book you'll see that she has succeeded.
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