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The Practice of Prediction: The Astrologer's Handbook of Techniques Used to Accurately Forecast the Future Paperback – July 1, 1989
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The Practice of Prediction: The Astrologer's Handbook of Techniques Used to Accurately Forecast the Future [Jul 01, 1989] Hastings, N. A. J.
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The author focuses on three methods of prediction: transits, secondary progressions, and solar arc. She examines the similarities and differences among these techniques and demonstrates how they can be used together to give a full picture of upcoming events and psychological changes.
Many example charts and a thorough case study show how the method works, and interspersed throughout the text are the author's own observations about how an astrologer can work to help a client. She shares some common sense advice on how to counsel clients during difficult transits and progressions and how not to counsel them.
Well-written and easy-to-understand. Illustrated with charts and diagrams. Includes "cookbook" definitions of the predictive implications of the aspects - both major and minor - and of aspect combinations.
A superb resource for any counseling astrologer's library from a well-respected, full-time astrologer and teacher.