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Dynamic Astrology: Using Planetary Cycles to Make Personal and Career Choices Paperback – October 1, 1996
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"With admirable clarity, intelligence, and wit, Townley describes each of the major cycles and shows how to apply them to your own situation. The result is a book which easily qualifies as one of the better astrological career guides ever to see print." (Dell Horoscope)
"So much of astrology nowadays is geared toward personal growth, love, and spiritual awareness, and precious little is devoted to the practical application of astrology to our everyday lives, and especially our careers. Townley's work breaks the mold of its solid advice and techniques to becoming more successful in the competitive professional world." (Chris Lorenz, Dell Magazines)
About the Author
John Townley is an astrologer, writer, recording artist, sound studio designer, and computer software designer. His other books include The Composite Chart, Astrological Cycles and the Life Crisis Periods, Uranus, and Planets in Love.
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All these interpretations are based on what kind of chart? Transits to the natal? Transits to the progressed? Progressed to the Natal? Where is the tactical information described in this text, what page?
Celeste Teal advocates looking at the progressed chart relative to the natal's potential in order to assess current conditions. In the absence of that kind of explicit guidance, however, transits to the progressed chart are what I am GUESSING Townley would proscribe. Why do I have to guess?? Transit to the Natal are what most beginners would assume he's describing, and he should disabuse them of this assumption ASAP lest they waste time and lose faith. Where in the book do we learn what chart alignment to produce in order to have the needed data to read this book from?
Congrats to the Author and I look forward to your next book!