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The Future of Astrology by A. T. Mann
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The Future of Astrology (original 1997; edition 1990)

by A. T. Mann (Editor), Dane Rudhyar (Contributor), Robert Hand (Contributor), Barry Lynes (Contributor), Jim Lewis (Contributor)11 more, Karen Hamaker-Zondag (Contributor), John Addey (Contributor), Michel Gauquelin (Contributor), Alan Oken (Contributor), Charles Harvey (Contributor), Dennis Elwell (Contributor), Leyla Rael (Contributor), Louise Huber (Contributor), A T Mann (Contributor), BRuno Huber (Composer), Rober Elliont (Contributor)

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Title:The Future of Astrology
Authors:A. T. Mann (Editor)
Other authors:Dane Rudhyar (Contributor), Robert Hand (Contributor), Barry Lynes (Contributor), Jim Lewis (Contributor), Karen Hamaker-Zondag (Contributor)10 more, John Addey (Contributor), Michel Gauquelin (Contributor), Alan Oken (Contributor), Charles Harvey (Contributor), Dennis Elwell (Contributor), Leyla Rael (Contributor), Louise Huber (Contributor), A T Mann (Contributor), BRuno Huber (Composer), Rober Elliont (Contributor)
Info:Unwin Hyman (1990),
Collections:Your library, Anthology, Craft, Crafting, New Age, Textbooks & Training Manuals
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The Future of Astrology by A. T. Mann (1997)

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Astrology is a science in itself, and contains an illuminating body of knowledge. It taught me many things and I am greatly indebted to it.
~ Albert Einstein
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Astrology originally included the sciences of astronomy, geometry, mathematics, psychology, and medicine..
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Astrology is at the heart of a revolution in values in our modern world. It is clear that for humanity to survive, a new set of principles for human interaction must he formulated. We must learn to integrate humanity with natural and astrological patterns -- a "human ecology" is vital for this new millennium. 

The Future of Astrology is a selection of essays written by some of the foremost astrologers in the world today. Topics explored include astrology and scientific research, psychology, biology, and economics; science versus astrology; the professionalism of practitioners; the politics of astrology; the insights offered by esoteric astrology; astrological organizations; astrology as a science; the role of counseling; and astrological predictions about the future of our world. The astrologers included are from the US, England, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, and France, and their writings are accessible for those with inquiring minds -- no prior astrological knowledge is necessary. The Future of Astrology also personally introduces readers to the contributors. Each essay includes birth information, an astrological chart, a biography, and bibliography for each author. Readers will come away with a new appreciation for this ancient art, and new ideas about our future. 

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