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The Geomancer's Handbook (New)
by Greer, John Michael
Publisher: Renaissance Astrology
Book ID: 9780557560745, 0557560748
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The Geomancer's Handbook is the first of series of three books on astrological geomancy by the renowned contemporary mage and geomancer John Michael Greer.
In The Geomancer's Handbook Greer explains this ancient divinatory art clearly and succinctly, allowing the practitioner quick mastery of this precise and accurate method of prediction. Because geomancy uses a good deal of astrological technique, it is an excellent predictive method for astrologers without requiring the arduous effort necessary to learn traditional horary astrology.
Greer combines teachings from traditional texts with his own deep knowledge of geomancy, distilling the essence of geomancy in seven chapters:
THE FORGOTTEN ORACLE
THE GEOMANTIC FIGURES
CASTING THE GEOMANTIC CHART
INTERPRETING THE READING
THE TWELVE HOUSES
ADVANCED METHODS OF INTERPRETATION
GEOMANTIC MEDITATION AND SCRYING
Everything you need to know about geomancy is right here: its history and philosophy, the 16 figures and their meanings, generating the figures, the geomantic shield, the 12 houses, the modes of perfection, aspects, advanced techniques, examples, and much, much more!
A fascinating explanation of divinatory geomancy by the leading contemporary geomancer! The key geomantic text for practitioners.
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