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Predictive Astrology: The Eagle and the Lark

by Bernadette Brady

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Brady's work could easily be seen as the primer for predictive astrology - making it far easier to understand when energies will be at their peak, and giving the astrologer fine tools for focusing on specific events in a client's life. ( )
1 vote peredwyth | Jul 13, 2012 |
Predictive Astrology
The Eagle and the Lark
by Bernadette Brady

I found this book to be very enlightening and insightful. The information was well written and easy to follow, and there were graphics and charts that helped to explain things to me along the way. The premise of this book is to bring in a new era of producing predictions based on a technique that helps astrologers to make use of the vast information now available to them and reduce it to such a form that can truly follow a person throughout their everyday life.

I was drawn to the section on secondary progressions because it amazed me how deep and limitless the information really is. I would recommend this exciting find to anyone who has a basic knowledge of astrology, even though it appears to be more at an intermediate level I feel it is so well written that we can all benefit from it. Thanks Bernadette, for making astrology just that much easier for me to understand.

Love & Light,

Riki Frahmann ( )
  biunicorn | Mar 19, 2012 |
While I haven't put most of the book into use (so am not putting a rating on that portion), the work and interpretation on Saros cycles (eclipse families with Mother eclipse info, and overriding theme throughout) is fully remarkable, and makes this invaluable for any astrologer doing predictive work. ( )
1 vote shaska | Oct 26, 2005 |
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Horary astrology is the only form of astrology that provides direct and decisive answers to questions that we want answered as soon as we ask them. It is pure predictive astrology and the interpretation of the chart is quite different than it would be one were reading a birthchart. Hamaker-Zondag has written this basic horary textbook for students who want to explore the concepts of horary, but who have been trained in character reading the psychological symbolism that can be seen in the natal chart. Because all facets of astrology are still developing, we are constantly adding new material to our body of astrological knowledge and technique, and Hamaker-Zondag says that these changes are based on the astrologers experience and our changing social structure. She briefly outlines some of the classical techniques used years ago for horary calculations, and then concentrates on the material that works for her in her practice in Holland. This is an excellent text for astrologers who want to start using horary techniques to answer specific questions posed by clients.

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