The influence of the Moon on our personality and perception is one of the least understood factors in our daily lives and it has fascinated, inspired, and frightened us since the dawn of human history. In this lovely book Paul F. Newman probes the subtle meanings of the astrological Moon; with the use of copious case histories he considers firstly the lunar cycle, then the declinational hemispheres, through moon mansions, progressed moons, magic squares and much, much more. The Black Moon Lilith is also covered. An essential addition to any bookshelf.
Also by Paul:
Declination: The Steps of the Sun
Astrological Roots: The Hellenistic Tradition is the first systematic presentation of Hellenistic astrology to the modern astrological world. How did ancient astrologers assess a chart for fame, career, and parents, love, and happiness? This book surveys ancient depictions of planets, affiliations between the planets and the zodiac, lots, houses or places, aspects, orientality, and fixed stars. Students and professional astrologers will find this book a treasure of astrological insight, technique, and new interpretative possibilities. Not only will you gain knowledge of how ancient astrologers practiced their trade, but you will also have new tools that apply to modern life.