My very first astrology book, awww…

by | May 9, 2007 | On My Bookshelf | 0 comments

Astrology for Yourself by Douglas Bloch and Demetra George

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This was my very first astrology book (thanks, dad!). It’s a workbook you use on your own birthchart. There’s just no better way to learn about astrology than doing hands on workbook exercises on your favorite subject – you!  How hard it is looking back and forth from your chart to a book that doesn’t ask you to participate. This is not that book. Astrology is interactive, learning is interactive. The very cool thing about this book (especially for people who get overwhelmed by numbers and math) is that it doesn’t intimidate beginners with calculations and degrees. There are no calculations required. Ah, an intuitives dream!

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