- Paperback: 368 pages
- Publisher: Seven Paws Press; first edition (October 31, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0979067731
- ISBN-13: 978-0979067730
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 42 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #147,479 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Over the past two or three years, many astrology books have been published about the relevance of the Lunar Nodes, but here we have the master of this technique as he presents the philosophical framework, the cookbook reference sections, and the clear interpretive methodology . . . Mastering the material in Yesterday's Sky will make anyone a better astrologer." - Dell HOROSCOPE
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Behind your familiar astrological chart lies another chart entirely, one whose existence you may never have suspected. It carries your treasures and your wounds. Where the astrologer's predictions and the realities of your life might not in all honesty have lined up, this chart-behind-the-chart will help you see why. This second, hidden chart tells the tale of who you were in a prior lifetime. It speaks of what wounded you then and what work you left undone. It reveals the old ghosts that still haunt you today and it describes what happens when you let them grab the steering wheel of your life. This chart explains the reasons you have the chart you have today and it clarifies how you can get on with your evolutionary journey. In Yesterday's Sky, Steven Forrest completes the picture he began painting in his bestseller, The Inner Sky, twenty-five years ago.
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"a good idea", something to be written by us during our lifetime.
I thought there was a lot of repetition in the book, when he could have just said "apply what I wrote before". The book was overly long and could have instead presented more examples and stories of real life cases. Also, I thought it was a cheap shot to say that astrology without the whole karmic picture would miss all the big drama and negativity in the picture, which is so not true at all. If you read the book you will see the chart he chose for that demonstration. He didn't need to say that, and it isn't true. He must have been taking about beginning students who only look at signs and not aspects. It was gimmicky and too "salesman" slick to say that. Oh, well. Maybe when he wrote it he was not sure that readers would go for his ideas. And look how it turned out. He is a very famous astrologer and well liked.
While the analyses of the natal chart and the planetary energies that point toward past lives lived is a complex "story", in this book Steven has given the reader a practical system to gradually develop the storyline.
Bravo to one of the best professional astrologers working today!