There are many VERY valuable sections to this book. The author explores the different Greek definitions of "love" with amazing clarity and verbal dexterity (the book is the written version of a live seminar). I found it very valuable and am happy to recommend it.
This is my all time favorite book on relationships in astrology. I have read many Astrology books basic ones, personal ones, instructional ones. The book was made from his lectures and its as if you are there at the lecture itself- which is really cool and its different, this makes it fun to read as well as interesting and insightful. Its one of those books I have that I finished in one shot as its that good. I want to get the Magic Thread as well if its anything like this book I am sure to enjoy that as well. I especially like the 1st 2 parts as they are very free flowing. For technical info the 3rd part will give you chart work then at the end there is a group discussion much like a real astrology conference would give you.
Wow. I am finding this book just revelatory. So many items concerning relationships (spouses, parents, friends, et. al.) are clarified through the examination of archetypal patterns, in a clear and organized manner.
This is the transcript of a seminar, and Idemon's teaching capacity is notable: personable, informative, concise and focused. Also, I am struck by how well-edited this is. It's not always easy to edit seminar proceedings. Howard Sasportas has done a wonderful job as editor (which was what drew me to this title in the first place.)
If you enjoy reading Sasportas and Liz Greene as I do, you'll likely find this book a true gem.
I love this book so much I had to read it twice. The information is invaluable, especially regarding the lunar aspects and the four types of love. If you've graduated from the introductory level of astrology and you're looking for a deeper understanding of astrology, please read "Through the Looking Glass".