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The Message of the Stars, an Esoteric Exposition of Natal and Medical… (edition 1973)

by Max Heindel

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Danish-American mystic and astrologer MAX HEINDEL (1865-1919) is considered by some the greatest Western spiritualist of the 20th century, and with the aid of his wife, research assistant, and fellow occultist AUGUSTA FOSS HEINDEL (1865-1949), he helped develop the modern teachings of the esoteric Christian philosophy of Rosicrucianism. Here, in this 1918 work, the Heindels examine the art of astrology through this lens of this mysterious strain of mysticism that connects humanity to the stars. You'll learn... . why the human body reacts to the vibrations of the planets that we interpret as astrology . how to interpret the complex influence of the planets on each of the signs of the zodiac . how the zodiacal signs affect human health, and which signs rule which parts of the body . how a healer can ensure his vibrations will complement his patient's for maximum therapeutic impact . how horoscopes can diagnose disease . and much more.… (more)
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Title:The Message of the Stars, an Esoteric Exposition of Natal and Medical Astrology
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It is a matter of common knowledge among mystics that the evolutionary career of mankind is indissolubly bound up with the divine hierarchies who rule the planets and the signs of the Zodiac, and that the passage of the Sun and the planets through the twelve signs of the Zodiac, marks man's progress in time and place.
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Danish-American mystic and astrologer MAX HEINDEL (1865-1919) is considered by some the greatest Western spiritualist of the 20th century, and with the aid of his wife, research assistant, and fellow occultist AUGUSTA FOSS HEINDEL (1865-1949), he helped develop the modern teachings of the esoteric Christian philosophy of Rosicrucianism. Here, in this 1918 work, the Heindels examine the art of astrology through this lens of this mysterious strain of mysticism that connects humanity to the stars. You'll learn... . why the human body reacts to the vibrations of the planets that we interpret as astrology . how to interpret the complex influence of the planets on each of the signs of the zodiac . how the zodiacal signs affect human health, and which signs rule which parts of the body . how a healer can ensure his vibrations will complement his patient's for maximum therapeutic impact . how horoscopes can diagnose disease . and much more.

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Message of the Stars is an esoteric exposition of natal and medical astrology, explaining the arts of reading the horoscope and diagnosing disease.

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Publisher's Preface; Part 1; Evolution As Shown In The Zodiac; The Measure Of Amenability To Planetary vibrations; Part 2; Were You Born Under A Lucky Star?; Reading The Horoscope; The Influence Of The Twelve Signs When Rising; The Intrinsic Nature Of The Planets; Part 3; The Children Of The Twelve Signs; The Sun, Giver Of Life; Venus The Planet Of Love; Part 4; Mercury, The Planet Of Reason; The Moon, The Planet Of Fecundation; Saturn, The Planet Of Sorrow; Part 5; Jupiter The Planet Of Benevolence; Mars The Planet Of Action; Part 6; Planetary Octaves; Uranus, The Planet Of Altruism; Part 7; Neptune, The Planet Of Divinity; The Doctrine Of Delineation In A Nutshell; Mind And The Ruling Planet; Your Luck In Life; Part 8; Marriage And Offspring; Progression Of The Horoscope; Different Methods Of Progression And The Reason For Them; Progressed Solar Directions; Progressed Lunar Directions; Part 9; Mutual Planetary Directions; Transits; Astrodiagnosis Of Disease; The Law Of Correspondences; Part 10; Thirtysix Example Horoscopes

Danish-American mystic and astrologer Max Heindel(1865-1919) is considered by some the greatest Western spiritualist of the 20th century, and with the aid of his wife, research assistant, and fellow occultist Augusta Foss Heindel (1865-1949), he helped develop the modern teachings of the esoteric Christian philosophy of Rosicrucianism. Here, in this 1918 work, the Heindels examine the art of astrology through this lens of this mysterious strain of mysticism that connects humanity to the stars. In this volume you’ll learn why the human body reacts to the vibrations of the planets that we interpret as astrology, how to interpret the complex influence of the planets on each of the signs of the zodiac, how the zodiacal signs affect human health, and which signs rule which parts of the body, how a healer can ensure his vibrations will complement his patient's for maximum therapeutic impact, how horoscopes can diagnose disease, and much more.
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