This book looks at planetary retrogradation - the phenomenon of "wandering" planets. The book discusses and analyses the implications these planets may have on the human experience, dealing with each planet separately. Divided into three parts, it includes a brief history of retrograde, general attitudes towards the phenomenon and an overall discussion of retrogradation.
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"Geocentricity might well be egocentricity". The phenomenon of retrograde motion is based on our Earth-centered view of the solar system, but the movement and cycles of retrograde planets are based entirely on the apparent motion of the Sun through the zodiac. This book organizes and explains retrograde motion from a systems-viewpoint -- the system of the Sun and planets -- and interprets retrograde planets natally, by progression, and in transit.
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