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- Publisher: CPA Press; 1.0 edition (October 13, 2014)
- Publication Date: October 13, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OHXSTIG
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Apollo's Chariot: The Meaning of the Astrological Sun Kindle Edition
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Anyone who thinks of astrology as sun sign columns in newspapers and magazines will be surprised but how complex the influence of the natal sun can be in the individual's life. We need to live out the qualities of the sun in our birth charts to feel whole and alive but it may be a lifetime quest to fully express these qualities. If you have a basic knowledge of the building blocks of chart analysis - planets, signs, houses, transit and progressions - then you will be able to gain a great deal from this thought provoking study of the astrological sun's role in our lives. An interest in Jungian psychology would also help.
This book consists of transcripts of two seminars given by the author in connection with the Centre for Psychological Astrology over ten years ago. They are still relevant today and the comments on Tony Blair's chart make interesting reading looking back on him from today's perspective. I like the seminar transcript format as it provides interesting comments from the seminar participants which often add further insights.