This book is a classic work on mundane astrology, and is a transcription of a weekend of seminars given in 1980. Liz Greene explores the meaning of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, in both individual and national charts and in terms of the collective social, religious, artistic and political movements reflected by their through the zodiacal signs, and their repeating interaction with the cycles of Saturn.
This book is a transcript of the first term of an introductory course in astrology given for the Centre for Psychological Astrology. In this first of three volumes, the basic building blocks of astrological language are presented. The reader is taken on a fascinating journey through the solar system, the ancient planetary gods, and the energies and motivations symbolised by their astrological equivalents; and then through the signs of the zodiac, their elements and qualities, and the ways in which different planets express through them.
This book, a transcript of a seminar given by the Centre for Psychological Astrology, brings a fresh yet profound approach to solar returns, rooted firmly in astrological tradition yet enriched with the sophistication of modern astrological and psychological perspectives.
This book is a transcript of the second term of an introductory course in astrology given for the Centre for Psychological Astrology. Exploring the planetary aspects and the houses of the horoscope, the ten lessons focus on the horoscope as a dynamic interweaving of polarities: not only the angles, the houses and their related zodiacal signs are examined from the perspective of complementarity, but also the enigmatic Moon’s Nodes, which are interpreted from a fresh and exciting perspective.