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    Book Reviews

    The Book of Neptune Reviewed by Damian Rocks

    The Book of Neptune Reviewed  by Damian Rocks

    The Book of Neptune
    by Steven Forrest

    Reviewed by Damian Rocks

    One of the great pleasures to be had in reading an astrological book is discovering how other astrologers work. Peering “through the office door”, if you like, via the case studies of a practicing astrologer is a fascinating way to explore our craft. Stephen Forrest’s latest work on Neptune offers just that - the chance to see how a master astrologer brings together complex psycho-emotional themes in the context of real people and the “stuff” that happens in their lives.

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    Under One Sky - Book Review

    Under One Sky - Book Review

    Step behind the scenes of an astrology reading in this completely unique anthology of astrologers. Watch twelve experts representing twelve different astrological traditions interpret the same natal chart, blind! Each astrologer was provided only with the birth data of the woman whose birthchart they analyzed. Details about her life were given to the astrologer only after they completed their interpretation.

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      Yesterday’s Sky Dell Horoscope Review

      Yesterday’s Sky Dell Horoscope Review
      ISBN 978-0979067730 | $24.95
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      Review by Dell Horoscope from September 2009 issue reprinted with permission

      When most astrologers look at Adolph Hitler's chart, they're often surprised by the abundance of pleasantness. Charming Libra is on the Ascendant, while his Taurus Sun is in the seventh house of "others." A benevolent Moon-Jupiter conjunction might make one think that this was a good guy rather than the standard metaphor for evil incarnate. Astrologers then point to Saturn in Leo in the tenth house and square a Venus-Mars conjunction as the signature for his tyrannical side. But, as Steven Forrest points out, Charlie Chaplin had the same configuration, and Merv Griffin had a similar one.

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      Skymates 2 - Reviewed

      Skymates 2 - Reviewed

      by Steven Forrest

      No single category of human experience is more central to our evolutionary journey on this earth than our deepest relationships. Half of the help that astrology can offer us there lies in understanding the Composite Chart. That’s where we penetrate the mystery of that all-important element of “what-we-are-together.”

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      Yesterday’s Sky - Reviewed

      Yesterday’s Sky - Reviewed

      ISBN 978-0979067730 | $24.95
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      “Over the past two or three years, many astrology books have been published about the relevance of the Lunar Nodes, but here we have the master of this technique as he presents the philosophical framework, the cookbook reference sections, and the clear interpretive methodology . . . Mastering the material in Yesterday’s Sky will make anyone a better astrologer.” - Dell HOROSCOPE read full review

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      Skymates Reviews

      Skymates Reviews

      SKYMATES by Steven Forrest and Jodie Forrest
      Reviewed by Jan Angel, AstrologyOnline.Info

      How do you pick the very best material to begin your study of astrology? What approach can genuinely be the most helpful to yourself and others?

      You are fortunate indeed if SKYMATES becomes one of your first ragged, dog-eared, and beloved astrology books. Jodie and Steven Forrest bring their gifts of wit and wisdom succinctly to the study of relationship astrology.

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      Praise for Steven Forrest’s Writing

      SOME QUOTES ABOUT THE FORRESTS' WORK:

      “As intelligent and cogent as it is poetic.”—Sting

      "Like all of the Forrests' work, Skymates is rich with wisdom and humor. Their well-documented research is deftly folded into lyrical parables that reveal the mysteries of relationships and offer equipment for living.--Linda Belans, host of the medical ethics radio show "Do No Harm," http://donoharm.duke.edu.

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      The Elves Prophecy - Book Reviews

      The Elves Prophecy - Book Reviews

      Critical Acclaim for The Elves' Prophecy: The Book of Being
      by Jodie Forrest

      "Takes us yet deeper into the strange realm where Elfin and human worlds intersect. More than ever, Forrest's writing is infused with a dark beauty that spans centuries and transcends genre."
      -- Poppy Z. Brite, author of Lost Souls, Drawing Blood, and The Crow: The Lazarus Heart

       

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