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Mansions of the Moon: A Lunar Zodiac for Astrology and Magic Paperback – July 21, 2010
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This book is fantastic!! It is quite complete. I feel I got a lot of book for the price. I would recommend this book to anyone whether astrologer or not. The influence of the moon passing through the mansions is very easy to observe in the universal mood.
Warnock has done an amazing job at collecting sources on the subject, reasoning out interpretations as well as making a practical guide for using it in your magical or astrological practice. The integration of classic sources with our modern world view is often a difficult task to manage, particularly with sources dating back several centuries. Mind you, this is not the touchy feely new age drivel that seems to be in absolute abundance in astrology these days. It is drawn entirely from traditional sources and presented in such a manner that makes it easily accessible to those of us who don't have a large breadth of experience in traditional astrology or medieval philosophy.
Seriously, astrology is an art that encompasses many facets of life reconciling the hermetic principle of "As above, so below," in the context of the mundane, for the purpose of electing a time to act or answering a question, not merely an egotistical interpretation of oneself. It is nice to see another author who "gets it."
After having read the book briefly, I am inclined to agree with the review previously penned by Deb Holden (whose "Houses: Temples of the Sky" is a book that I have found to be second to none on the topic). The presentation is practical and his sources thoroughly documented. I anticipate I will read this book many times over and I recommend you do the same. This is about as close to being authoritative as one can get.