And another CPA Press favourite joins
the Wessex Astrologer
It has been said that if we wish to make God laugh, all we have to do is make plans. The enthusiastic participation of the audience contributes an important dimension to the dynamic quality of the two seminars in this volume, a reprint of the original CPA Press version, which focus on Uranus, that most unpredictable and disruptive of astrological symbols, and one of the most misunderstood.
Part One explores Uranus in the natal chart, examining the mythic images of Ouranos the sky-god and Prometheus the Titan, bringer of cosmic fire, and investigating the psychological dynamics of the outlaw, the revolutionary, and the collective urge toward evolution and perfection.
Part Two deals with the 84-year transit cycle of Uranus and how it is expressed psychologically and through external events and relationship patterns. This important cycle is also explored in relation to the cycle of Saturn, which closely shadows Uranus throughout the individual’s life. The Art of Stealing Fire is often highly provocative, challenging our conventional astrological assumptions about Uranus and asking us to reflect on those times when we must find a way to balance our individual values with the great collective urge toward progress of which this planet is a symbol. This book is accessible to astrological students at every level, but it will also prove revelatory to experienced astrological practitioners.
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