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Author: Anthony Frisella
Publisher: Branden Books
Keywords: compatability, sexual, astrology
Number of Pages: 164
Published: 1988
ISBN-10: 0828321795
ISBN-13: 9780828321792

Author: Franz Cumont
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: romans, greeks, among, religion, astrology
Number of Pages: 118
Published: 1960
ISBN-10: 1605063819
ISBN-13: 9781605063812

Author: A. E. Thierens
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: tarot, astrology, book, general
Number of Pages: 218
ISBN-10: 1605065382
ISBN-13: 9781605065380

Author: Max Heindel, Augusta Foss Heindel
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: reading, arts, horoscope, diagnosing, disease, explaining, astrology, esoteric, stars, exposition, natal, medical, message
Number of Pages: 424
ISBN-10: 1605065234
ISBN-13: 9781605065236

Author: Everett A. Blackman
Publisher: Norcor Enterprises
Keywords: laughing, missing, veins, myself, kill, golden, years, wanted, astrology
Number of Pages: 24
Published: 2002-01-01
ISBN-10: 0962246948
ISBN-13: 9780962246944

A satrical takeoff on cherished astrological precepts and sign interpreations with a 12-part spoof giving horoscopic examples

Author: Mo Hone
Publisher: Pluto Network
Keywords: wisdom, esoteric, astrology, ageless, appreciation, rays, new, seven
Number of Pages: 380
Published: 2006-11-01
ISBN-10: 0955430100
ISBN-13: 9780955430107

This book is about a new spiritual philosophy that is based on two concepts, one old and one new. The first is the Seven Rays, which can be used to classify all manner of things both spiritual and mundane, and demonstrates that there are seven different approaches to spirituality because each individual’s soul or Higher Self functions on just one of these Rays. The relationship between each of the Seven Rays and how these energies work into physical manifestation introduces the second concept of angles, which are non-physical energy connections that form the bluep

Author: Robert M. Durling
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: rime, petrose, dante, studies, crystal, time
Number of Pages: 500
Published: 1990-08-27
ISBN-10: 0520064887
ISBN-13: 9780520064881

The Rime petrose, Dante's powerful lyrics about a woman as beautiful and as hard as a precious stone, are generally acknowledged to be an important moment in his stylistic development. In this first full-length investigation of the poetics of the petrose and of their relation to the Divine Comedy, Durling and Martinez uncover much new material, especially from medieval science (astrology and mineralogy), philosophy, and theology. The authors argue that the Rime petrose represent a major turning point in Dante's conception of a "microcosmic poetics" that became the fundamental mode of the Comme
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