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Night and Day: Planetary Sect in Astrology (Used)
by Hand, Robert
Publisher: ARHAT (Robert Hand)
Binding: Spiral or comb-bound
Book ID: HAND1, HAND1
Night and Day -- in print since 1995 -- is the first work to introduce in any detail the ancient and medieval doctrines of sect. The sects were the followers of the Sun and of the Moon respectively from among the planets. But the most important aspect of the doctrine is way in which charts of daytime and nighttime births are read differently. Sect issues affect dignities, and even the manner of reading the individual planets. The text is aimed at any astrologer who has a reasonable basic knowledge of modern astrology. No extensive knowledge of traditional astrology is required.
The contents include basic introductory material and definitions understandable by anyone with a decent knowledge of modern astrology, plus case studies, a discussion of the ways in which the various planets change their meanings in day and night charts, and several other issues affected by sect such as the computation of the Parts, planetary periods, and calculations involving health and life-expectancy.
68 Pages Comb-bound or Saddle-stitched Paper
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