The Astrology Book: The Encyclopedia of Heavenly Influences

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Visible Ink Press, Mar 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 928 pages
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Updated and expanded, this volume defines and explains more than 800 astrological terms and concepts from air signs to Zeus. 100 illustrations.
  

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Lewis (religious studies, Univ. of Wisconsin, Stevens Point; The Dream Encyclopedia) has updated his part glossary, part history, part how-to reference for the first time in ten years. He has added ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
CONTRIBUTORS
A
ARCHER
ARMILLARY SPHERE
ARMISTICIA
ARTEMIS
COMBUST
COMETS
COMMANDING OBEYING
CONCEPT ASTEROIDS
CONCEPTION CONCEPTION CHARTS
CONCEPTIVE SIGNS
CONJUNCTION
CONSTELLATION

ARTHUR
ASCENDANT AXIS
ASHWINI
ASPECT
ASPECTARIAN
ASTARTE
ASTEROIDS
ASTRAEA
ASTRODIAGNOSIS
ASTRODYNES
ASTROLABE
ASTROLOGER
ASTROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN
ASTROLOGICAL DATA
ASTROLOGY
ASTROMANCY
ATE
ATLANTIS
ATTILA
AUTUMNAL EQUINOX FALL EQUINOX
B
C
CHINESE ZODIAC
CHIRON
CHITRA
CHOISNARD PAUL
CHOLERIC
CHRISTINO KAREN
CHRONOCRATORS
CIRCE
CLARK VERNON E
CLEMENT STEPHANIE JEAN
CLEMENTINA
COCHRANE DAVID
COLD
COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS ARCHETYPES
COLORS AND THE ZODIAC
CONTRAPARALLEL
CONTRASCION
CONVERSE DIRECTIONS
COSMIC PATTERNS SOFTWARE
CRAB
CULMINATION
CULTURE AND COSMOS
CUPIDO
CURRY PATRICK
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
Y
Z
APPENDIX AREADING YOUR OWN ASTROLOGY CHART
APPENDIX BASTROLOGICAL PERIODICALS
APPENDIX CASTROLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS SCHOOLS AND WEB RESOURCES
APPENDIX DASTROLOGICAL SOFTWARE
INDEX
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

James R. Lewis is the recipient of Choice's Outstanding Academic Title award and Best Reference Book awards from the American Library Association and the New York Public Library Association. He is an internationally recognized authority on nontraditional religious groups and currently teaches religious studies at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

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