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Insights into Evolutionary Astrology: A Diverse Collection of Essays by Prominent Astrologers Paperback – August 8, 2010
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About the Author
Rose Marcus (Vancouver, British Columbia), a certified astrology professional, is the director for the Canadian School of Evolutionary Astrology and has written forecasts for numerous publications and projects. She also hosts her own TV show, AstroLink. Visit her online at www.rosemarcus.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Anyone searching to understand the world today will get a great deal out of this book as it certainly isn't your common ancient astrology rewritten. Jeffrey and Deva are both concise and articulate as we've known them to be in the past. Kim Marie's article on Evolutionary States goes into depth and clearly shows her excellent teaching skills. Maurice Fernandez's article on relationships and sexuality is so interesting and so original and also reflects his depth of knowledge on a very complex subject.
Rose Marcus has done an incredible job editing and putting this book together. In writing the last article herself I think she has accomplished a tremendous feat in her perspective of the Archetype of Capricorn. She has done an incredible job with the sign and her information on the Cardinal Cross and geographic details give us a clear and unique insight into the future of our world. "Insights Into Evolutionary Astrology" is the perfect title to a book filled with insights, originality and enjoyable reading. I loved it!
Lynn Licata-Neese, MA
If you think a statement like the following has merit than you will probably like this book:
"According to the theory, most souls in this [an unevolved soul stage] stage find themselves in the body of a handicapped person "for whatever karmic reasons, they are being forced to experience the world through an experience they cannot control" (Marie, 2010, pg. 83). She goes on to say that these souls have "glassy, hard eyes, and their auras are angry and hateful."
To me this sounds too much like new age eugenics. A comfy way to justify why some people are born with a handicap.
The first three chapters were covered very clearly by Jeffrey Wolf Greene, Deva Green and Kim Marie, respectively. The review of basic EA principles, the four main ways that Pluto affects/instigates evolutionary growth, and the evolutionary states is a very helpful prelude toward integrating the in-depth applications in the book as a whole. These chapters also provide a concise and easily understandable basis for those new to EA.
Maurice Fernandez's explanation of sexuality indicators in Chapter 4 shows how these indicators find expression through the various archetypes in relationships. He adds a new level of understanding to the role one's sexual relationships plays in the evolution of the soul.
Kristin Fontana seeks to answer the question most of us who have a serious interest in astrology have asked at one time or another in our studies, "How can twins have charts that look essentially the same, yet often have such different characters and personalities and lead such different lives?" She offers great insight into this phenomenon in her detailed delineation of example charts - similar charts, but different past-life dynamics, evolutionary intentions, and stages of evolution.
In Chapter 6 on planets squaring the nodal axis Patrician Walsh applies this principle to several example charts, providing us with a broader understanding and perspective that can be applied to other individual charts.Read more ›