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How to Use Astrology Part.1

How to Use Astrology Part.1

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Published by Michael Erlewine
How to use Astrology: Part I
by Michael Erlewine

518 pages, 407 color illustrations

This is a book on how to learn astrology for yourself and use it in day-to-day life. This book amounts to a complete course in astrology (over 518 pages, 407 illustrations) from astrologer Michael Erlewine. Author Erlewine, who is an award-winning archivist and director of the Heart Center Astrological Library, the largest astrology library in North America open for research, has over 40 years experience as an astrological author, teacher, and counselor. Here is what Erlewine says about How to Learn Astrology from StarTypes.com:

“As the curator of a very large astrological library, I have a good idea of what students of astrology are looking for, and one thing that is needed is a collection of plenty of accurate diagrams and illustrations. The old saying that a picture is worth 1,000 words is especially true with astrology, and that is why I was interested in creating a course such as this one. No book publisher would consider allowing us to have almost one thousand color illustrations, which is why we chose the e-book format.

“And I wanted something more than just the same old, same old. Of course all the basics are there. But in addition to the traditional material, I felt it important to cover what is required for you to become a professional astrologer, how to start an astrological business, setting up an office, advertising, and all of that mundane but very important information. Equally important is the detailed section on how to become an astrological counselor, how to do readings, and what to expect from your clients and from yourself.

“And last, but not least, the emphasis in this course is on interpretation: what astrology means and how it is useful in day-to-day living. ‘Meaning’ is what this course is all about. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did putting it together.”
How to use Astrology: Part I
by Michael Erlewine

518 pages, 407 color illustrations

This is a book on how to learn astrology for yourself and use it in day-to-day life. This book amounts to a complete course in astrology (over 518 pages, 407 illustrations) from astrologer Michael Erlewine. Author Erlewine, who is an award-winning archivist and director of the Heart Center Astrological Library, the largest astrology library in North America open for research, has over 40 years experience as an astrological author, teacher, and counselor. Here is what Erlewine says about How to Learn Astrology from StarTypes.com:

“As the curator of a very large astrological library, I have a good idea of what students of astrology are looking for, and one thing that is needed is a collection of plenty of accurate diagrams and illustrations. The old saying that a picture is worth 1,000 words is especially true with astrology, and that is why I was interested in creating a course such as this one. No book publisher would consider allowing us to have almost one thousand color illustrations, which is why we chose the e-book format.

“And I wanted something more than just the same old, same old. Of course all the basics are there. But in addition to the traditional material, I felt it important to cover what is required for you to become a professional astrologer, how to start an astrological business, setting up an office, advertising, and all of that mundane but very important information. Equally important is the detailed section on how to become an astrological counselor, how to do readings, and what to expect from your clients and from yourself.

“And last, but not least, the emphasis in this course is on interpretation: what astrology means and how it is useful in day-to-day living. ‘Meaning’ is what this course is all about. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did putting it together.”

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Published by: Michael Erlewine on Sep 10, 2010
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As things reach the limit of Saturn, at the top of the
middle part of the channel, which is about 30 years of
age, the building of our body has ended and the
beginning of our spiritual awakening may begin. This is
the province of the outer planets, and the planet that
marks the end of the limits of Saturn is Uranus.

The Lights and Planets

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Uranus

Uranus marks the point where we break out or work free
from the control of Saturn. Things go from being bound
in a tight pattern, and open outward in all directions.
Suddenly everything appears new or in a new light.
Uranus sits just at the inside lip of the great channel.
When the insights of Uranus become universal, so that
all is new, we are into the planet Neptune.

Neptune

Neptune sits where the channel turns into the sphere,
and therefore embraces the entire central channel, and
includes within itself that from which it came. Neptune
loves every last thing. When the Neptune sense of unity
reaches the point where it is clear that the whole
process is endless, then we reach Pluto.

The Lights and Planets

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Pluto

Pluto stands free of the channel and marks the fact that
this process is not just a straight line (Saturn), not just a
tangent (Uranus), not just an embracement (Neptune),
but a very fine curve that wraps around the sphere,
endlessly repeating this entire process, the "we are our
own grandpa," sort of thing. Very sensitive stuff.

Summary: The only purpose of this diagram is to point
out that all of the planets work together as one great
system, each with their particular role to play. In other
words, there is only one continuous process taking
place, and the symbol for this entire process is the Sun.

The Aspects

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