The Seasons change

2017LlewellynThis is the season for 2017 calendars, and the Llewellyn calendars are available.  The 2017 Llewellyn Astrological calendar has lovely artwork, as well as a wealth of astrological information. If you are looking for a place to put down ideas, the spiral-bound 2017 Daily Planetary Guide will hep you with journaling as well as a daily study of the aspects. If you want something to put into your pocket, the Llewellyn 2017 Astrological Pocket Planner is ready for you to walk away with it.

As the seasons change, ACS has reports to help you understand the changes in your life.  For those wondering about psychic and intuitive ability, Your Spiritual Path may offer some answers. For women looking for answers regarding their needs and inner strength, Just for Women by Gloria Star may reveal complex issues. For someone looking for medical answers, Body and Soul interprets the natal chart using the teachings of Ayurvedic medicine. (Be sure to consult your primary care physician before making changes in your diet and medication.)  If you are wondering what those tiny asteroids are doing in your chart, learn some new material with Asteroid Goddesses.

If you want to do some different reading, we have some books on sale with unusual astrological topics. Astrological Discoveries by Frank Jakubowsky examines writing patterns for purposes of analysis and rectification. Astrological Markers of ADD and ADHD by Gayle Geffner examines the role of the asteroid Hidalgo as an indicator in the charts of those dealing with such conditions.  If you are interested in the hypothetical Uranian planets, you should have a copy of The Uranian Transneptune Ephemeris 1900-2050, just so you know where these bodies are located.  If you want to study the odd motions of celestial bodies, then you should look at Neil Michelsen’s last book, Tables of Planetary Phenomena.

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