This defence of astrology is written by a self-confessed believer of astrology. It discusses the history and principles of astrology by refuting the numerous objections against it, surveying the evidence of astrology, chronicling how this evidence has provoked lies and double standards from the scientific community and concludes that the case for astrology is irrefutable. The book argues that astrology has two central premises - that correlations exist between celestial and terrestrial events and that correspondences exist between the positions of the planets at birth and the human personality.
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Book Description Arkana, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110140192808