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How to Use Astrology Part.2

How to Use Astrology Part.2

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Published by Michael Erlewine
How to Learn Astrology: Part II - Advanced
by Michael Erlewine

588 pages, 429 color illustrations

This second volume in the "How to Use Astrology" contains more advanced material and supplementary materials include full-phase aspects, in-depth cycle analysis, including the Saturn cycle, Saturn to the angles, large chart patterns. Also, how to set up an astrological business, perform astrological readings, and much more. Advanced views of the lunation cycle and the retrograde phenomenon are also covered. 588 pages, 429 illustrations.

“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 Learn Astrology: Part II - Advanced
by Michael Erlewine

588 pages, 429 color illustrations

This second volume in the "How to Use Astrology" contains more advanced material and supplementary materials include full-phase aspects, in-depth cycle analysis, including the Saturn cycle, Saturn to the angles, large chart patterns. Also, how to set up an astrological business, perform astrological readings, and much more. Advanced views of the lunation cycle and the retrograde phenomenon are also covered. 588 pages, 429 illustrations.

“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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The various countries and cities on the globe are
located in different time zones, so this may be
something that you have to keep in mind. For example,
my home here in Big Rapids, Michigan is at the extreme
western edge of the Eastern Standard Time Zone
(EST). Time zones are referenced by the number of
hours they are away from Greenwich, England, which is
used as the time standard marker for the entire earth.
For example, Easter Standard Time is five hours away
from Greenwich, five hours earlier. When it is 7 A.M. in
Big Rapids, it is already Noon in England.

Many computer programs automatically adjust your birth
time for the time zone in which you were born, while
others have you pick the correct zone or input it. We
have four major time zones in the continental U.S.,
Eastern Standard Time (EST = 5 hours), Central
Standard Time (CST = 6 hours), Mountain Standard

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Time (MST = 7 hours), and Pacific Standard Time (PST
= 8 hours). That looks pretty easy. However, in places
along the borders between time zones, it can become
very messy, with one town on EST and another (only a
few miles away) on CST. There are whole books
available just on all these differences.

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