Do you have a little Pisces, Taurus, Leo, or Sagittarius in your house? How do they fit within their zodiac sign? This is the first board book to introduce young babies and toddlers to the signs in the horoscope, with a space to personalize your little one's birthday and sign on the final spread. This is sure to speak to parents who want to make sure their kids don't enter Kindergarten without a well-rounded understanding of all things celestial and mystical.
Presents a do-it-yourself astrology guide that provides all necessary information and tables to help plot a complete, individual horoscope, including many details frequently neglected in conventional astrological books.
Hello, baby Aquarius. Who will you be? Let's look at the stars. What do you see? With rhyming text and adorable art, this Little Zodiac book shares what is special about being a unique and inventive Aquarius (born January 20 - February 18). Little Zodiac Board Books are a sweet and starry-eyed series of board books with one book for each astrological sign. This cute and colorful board book series offers a sweet and accessible introduction to a baby's first horoscope! From Aries to Pisces, these petite books lovingly portray the unique characteristics of each sign. * Includes predictions for how young ones will each see the world a little differently * Features rhyming text that begs to be read aloud * Extra-chunky pages are perfect for tiny hands. The irresistible Little Zodiac Board Books celebrate every zodiac sign. For devoted astrologers and brand-new stargazers alike, these board books portend good omens and happy reading. * Discover what is written in the stars for your little one. * Makes a great gift for millennial parents, grandparents, and growing families who are interested in astrology and horoscopes * Perfect for children ages 0 to 3 years old, as well as a go-to gift for birthdays and baby showers * Add it to the shelf with books like ABC for Me: ABC Yoga by Christiane Engel; Twinkle, Twinkle, You're My Star! by Sandra Magsamen; and Crinkle, Crinkle, Little Star by Justin Krasner.
Cracking Pluto is a new concept about how to resolve the psychological issues which are highlighted by Pluto in the natal chart. Cracking Pluto is a major life transformation that can be compared to the midlife crisis, but it is more than that. Pluto is an inner power that often feels too big to handle. It is an intense misbalance between fear and drive. If the fear is bigger you act like a lame duck. For this category cracking Pluto means you have to do exactly what you are so afraid for. If the drive is bigger you overreact. You can definitely accomplish great things with this drive. But it will not last. Either you get worn out, or you will find your final adversary in your late thirties. Pluto means a tremendous tension that can't last. In the end, you will need to transform this tension. This is cracking Pluto. If you don't crack Pluto yourself then you will be forced to by circumstances. Pluto is a planet of power, the higher dimension of Mars. Pluto is the general whereas Mars is the soldier. By 'Cracking Pluto' the warlord is changed into a peacekeeper. A sickness dies out and a new person is born creating a new reality. When you crack Pluto the anxiousness is transformed into self-assurance, peace of mind and a newfound wisdom. New positive energies will begin to flow into your life. However, cracking Pluto is a hard process. A karmic disease in your soul begins to heal. This brings along a crisis that causes tremendous changes in your life. It feels like dying, but at the end of the tunnel there is a light. All of your earthly possessions are at stake. You must face your deepest and most deadly fears. 'Cracking Pluto' is a hard process. It goes much further than a superficial change of behaviour or viewpoints. But after this, a new person is born. You become someone who no longer needs to be afraid because you have gone through it once already. Cracking Pluto is a karmic transformation of your soul which opens the doors of Heaven, enabling you to share in the real fruits of life. It is a quantum leap of your consciousness leading you to your life purpose, the northern Moon node. It helps you to reach self- realization. The art of cracking Pluto is to stay calm under all circumstances. Pluto is a hell you create for yourself. There is no logical explanation for the Plutonic fears save for past life memories. A memory of a past life calamity lingers in your unconscious mind causing a lot of unexplainable stress. This is thoroughly explained by showing the patterns of behavior accompanying each Pluto position from the early youth to the moment of cracking Pluto. After cracking Pluto for the first time, everything in your horoscope is strengthened and will begin to work in a more positive way. Mastering Pluto is a continuous process but it becomes easier after the initial cracking. From the moment you dare to pass the watchman at the gate (Charon, Pluto's satellite) and begin to face your most pernicious fears, something in you will change. As an adult you become your own authority in your life. This book will help you master the cracking of Pluto, and also understand the plutonic energies in other people. You reach a point where you can trust yourself fully because you have overcome your deepest fears. Always, at any age, this book is helpful to understand someone else's Pluto problem. . Cracking Pluto is an evolutionary astrology book. Sebastian van Wingerden has also published the book 'the northern Moon node the message from beyond', ISBN 978-90807155-85, another evolutionary astrology book. In this book the overall picture of the 'system of Carteret' is given with Pluto as a wrecking-bar to open up your consciousness to the spiritual plain. http: //www.lillalith.com/astrology_books.htm
We've all heard the term "born on the cusp"—but what does it mean, exactly? Those born on the edge of two astrological signs often possess traits of both. Or, they may feel out of sync with their "official" sun sign. If your birthday (or the birthday of someone you care about) falls on the cusp, this book is for you! Engaging and easy to use, this the only modern book available on the topic of cusp astrology. This entertaining guide presents information that readers can use to gain deeper insight into their personality and motivations, and identify strengths, gifts, and challenges, even if they've only read their horoscope in the paper.
Dreaming of adventure and excitement? Open up this beautiful astrology journaland see what the heavens have in store! Children will love to discover more about their star sign, record their favourite dreams, fill in quizzes with their friends and decorate the pages with their own gorgeous doodles. This fabulous journal is packed with amazing insights into your personal destiny, and comes with a lock and key to keep memories and dreams safe.
Donna Cunningham lays out a workable system for reading charts in this latest of her twelve published volumes. It isn't a cookbook, but more of a driver's manual, as she offers her unique spin on the favorite question asked of conference speakers: - How do you interpret a chart? - The book offers fresh and often pungent insights into planetary types, missing or weak features, and other facets of the horoscope that shape our character and actions. Index. Bibliography. Charts.
A practical and thorough treatment on the meanings of all aspects of planetary and house rulerships, Rulers of the Horoscope: Finding Your Way Through the Labyrinth is the definitive sourcebook on this topic. Alan Oken masterfully guides you through the labyrinth of delineating and synthesizing the complex interchange between rulers of houses and their signs and the nature of the houses they occupy and rule. He defines and describes derivative houses, planetary and house rulerships, dispositorships, mutual reception and the compatibility and nature of importance of their placement in the horoscope. The astrological charts of well-known people are illustrated with detailed descriptions of planetary relationships, their positive and negative aspects, and the traditional and modern interpretation of the houses. Alan Oken's in-depth exploration of the ruler for each of the twelve houses and the rulers of the rising sign is an invaluable tool for astrology students and teachers alike.
How to Judge a Horoscope is a departure from the conventional method of treatment of astrology. It is a study in the use of Horoscope in every manês daily life. The work in two volumes is divided in twelve houses, containing six each in consecutive order. The twelve houses have reference to the material relation of soul (jeeva) in its journey from the cradle to the grave. The study of illustrations (charts) makes every pointãeven the omitted rudimentary principles and rulesãvery clear and graspable. Volume I deals with houses I to VI. First House deals with the beginning of life, childhood, health, physical body and character. Second House represents family, face, right eye, food, manners and source of death. Third House rules brothers and sisters, intelligence and other immediate relations. Fourth House indicates peace of mind, home life, land and ancestral properties, education, neck and shoulders. Fifth House indicates children, intelligence, emotion and fame, Sixth House rules over debts, enemies, miseries, sorrows, illness and disappointments. Volume II deals with houses VII to XII. The Seventh House represents wife, husband, marriage, sexual diseases, business partner, diplomacy, talent and general happiness. The Eight House indicates longevity, legacies, disgrace, degradation and details pertaining to death. The Ninth rules father, righteousness, religion, fame leadership,journeys and communications with spirits. The Tenth indicates occupations, profession, honours, foreign travels and means of livelihood. The Eleventh represents means of gains, elder brother and freedom from misery. The Twelfth rules losses, expenditure,sympathy, divine knowledge, moksha and the state after death