Goodreads Synopsis: Learn how to interpret the positions of the zodiac signs, sun, moon and other planets to better understand yourself and your place in the world around you.
The book outlines the key principles of astrology and pinpoints ways you can use it as a form of self-help. This ancient art can help you improve many different areas of your life–from your personal and professional relationships to your health, wealth, and well-being.
You’ll also see how astrology can help you when you need it most, with practical advice about handling life’s key moments, including changing jobs, starting a family, coping with financial difficulty, or facing retirement.
Written in plain language and with sample case studies and beautiful graphics, Astrology is your essential guide to navigating all of life’s challenges and opportunities.
I think that at some point most queer people will break down and do some sort of reading or research about astrology; and I finally decided to do mine and thus came across this book.
I believe I read this book over a couple of days, even spending one day going back and forth between its pages and my birth chart. Checking this or that house, looking up different words in the dictionary. And while not always the most engaging read, this book did help me learn a lot about astrology. It’s writing style changed between dry and a little over the top.
There can be a lot of unexplained talk when you’re first hearing about all of this, and I could never remember the difference between the planetary alignments and the houses and what everything meant. Thankfully I took some in depth notes. Which is something I would definitely recommend doing if you read this, notes notes notes!
So yes, if you’re curious about astrology and don’t mind reading a 256 page book on it, then consider checking out this one! I gave it four stars on Goodreads. Also, I wouldn’t mind reading other books on astrology, so if anyone has some recommendations, please send them my way!