The New Astrology
A Unique Synthesis of the World's Two Great Astrological Systems: The Chinese and Western
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|Format: ||Paperback, 684 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 April 1988|
Though the practice of astrology is many centuries old, it is only perhaps once in a generation that a thoroughly new, totally original way of looking at the zodiac is discovered. "The New Astrology" is such a system.For those convinced that there is nothing new under the sun--or the stars--Suzanne White offers a startling and provocative thesis: There are not 12 but 144 signs of the zodiac, each distinct, each unique, each vital to everyone's quest for self-understanding.By combining the astrological systems of the traditional Chinese (terrestrial) with that of the Occident (celestial), Suzanne White demonstrates that each of us is governed by two signs. Hence, a Capricorn Tiger is likely to be quite different from a Capricorn Cat, as is a Leo Dog from a Leo Dragon, and so on. This unique blend of Western and Chinese Astrology gives detailed analyses of each of the 144 signs, including individualized sections of love, sex and romance, business, money, careers, home life and compatibility (or lack of it) with other signs.Already a best-seller in France, "The New Astrology" is a massive undertaking and the result of more than a decade of research and study of the two systems. It offers insights into not only our own lives, but also those of all who are close to us. Suzanne White's prose is lucid, candid, and suffused with a sense of fun, but "The New Astrology" is above all a serious tool for self-awareness and understand the rich variety of human nature all around us.
About the Author
Suzanne White is known the world over as "The High Priestess" of Chinese and Western astrologies. Her books on astrology have become bestsellers worldwide. An American, Ms. White lives and works in both Paris and Buenos Aires.
"The New Astrology" is really good, clean, informative fun, and White's adept prose is lucid, candid and craclking with humor. "Times, El Paso, Texas" ...Ms. White [has] put together two ancient beliefs to further explain heavenly forces on earthly events. "The Buffalo News" ..it's written with a light, humorous touch that should attract the browser as well as the serious devotee. "Booklist, Chicago, Illinois" You will be surpirsed how often this new combination system hits the nail on the head and furnishes a much more accurate description of the personality you are investigating. "SCC Booknews""
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