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Series: Aquarian Astrology Handbook

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The Astrology of Karma: How Our Past, Present, and Future Lives Are Revealed by the Birth Chart (Aquarian Astrology Hand by Pauline Stone
Astronomy for Astrologers by John Filbey
The Book of World Horoscopes by Nicholas Campion
Dark Stars Invisible Focal Points in Astrology (Astrology Handbooks) by Bernard Fitzwalter
Draconic astrology : an introduction to the use of Draconic charts in astrological interpretation by Pamela A. F. Crane
Eclipses: The Powerpoints of Astrology by Derek Appleby
Harmonic Charts: Understanding and Using the Principle of Harmonics in Astrological Interpretation (Aquarian astrology handbook) by David Hamblin
How to Rectify a Birth Chart (Astrology) by Laurie Efrein
Jungian Birth Charts: How to Interpret the Horoscope Using Jungian Psychology (Aquarian Astrology Handbook) by Arthur Dione
Mundane astrology by Michael Baigent
Natal Charting: How to Master the Techniques of Birth Chart Construction (Astrology Handbooks) by John Filbey
Perfect Timing: The Art of Electional Astrology (Astrology Handbooks) by Gregory Szanto
Solar and Lunar Returns: An Introduction to the Use of Personal Return Charts in Astrological Interpretation (An Aquaria by John Filbey
The twelve houses by Howard Sasportas

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Recommendations

  1. Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil by Liz Greene (1976)
  2. The Development of Personality by Liz Greene (1987)
  3. Aspects in Astrology: A Guide to Understanding Planetary Relationships in the Horoscope by Sue Tompkins (1989)
  4. The Astrology Of the Macrocosm: New Directions in Mundane Astrology by Joan McEvers (1990)
  5. Yesterday's Sky by Steven Forrest (2008)
  6. The Gods of Change: Pain, Crisis, and the Transits of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto (Arkana's Contemporary Astrology Series by Howard Sasportas (1990)
  7. Planets in Transit: Life Cycles for Living by Robert Hand (1976)
  8. Chart Interpretation Handbook: Guidelines for Understanding the Essentials of the Birth Chart by Stephen Arroyo (1989)
  9. Dynamics of Aspect Analysis: New Perceptions in Astrology by Bil Tierney (1983)
  10. Chiron and the Healing Journey: An Astrological and Psychological Perspective (Contemporary Astrology) by Melanie Reinhart (1989)
  11. Synthesis & Counseling in Astrology: The Professional Manual by Noel Tyl (1994)
  12. The Houses - Temples of the Sky by D Houlding (2006)
  13. Retrograde Planets: Traversing the Inner Landscape by Erin Sullivan (1992)
  14. Astrology, Karma & Transformation: The Inner Dimensions of the Birth Chart by Stephen Arroyo (1978)
  15. Working with Astrology: The Psychology of Harmonics, Midpoints, and Astro-Carto-Graphy (Contemporary Astrology) by Michael Harding (1990)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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