Astrologie et Destin e
L'astrologie trouve dans cet ouvrage une nouvelle dimension orientée vers le développement personnel dans une démarche d'évolution et de changement. Elle permet de trouver des réponses à nos interrogations essentielles : comprendre qui je suis, découvrir mes ressources et leviers d'action, dépasser les problématiques de ma vie, connaître l'autre, éclairer mon avenir...de sa destinée.
Transformer son futur avec l astrologie de coaching
NE PREDISEZ PLUS LE FUTUR, CREEZ-LE ! Saviez-vous que l'astrologie de coaching peut vous permettre de co-creer votre destinee en vous revelant en avance les gestes-cles a poser ? Imaginez un instant aller voir un astrologue qui vous devoile ce que vous devez faire au fil du temps pour prendre votre destin en main et le transformer en une aventure remplie de victoires et de felicite. Imaginez que l'astrologie vous montre le bon chemin pour vivre la reussite et le succes tout en vous mettant en garde contre certains pieges a eviter... Voila la puissance de l'astrologie de coaching ! De l'analyse jusqu'a la synthese finale, ce livre presente tout ce que le lecteur doit connaitre pour etre en mesure de lire ses transits et ses progressions secondaires de maniere a transformer son futur pour s'orienter vers le succes et le bonheur. Decodez le futur grace a ce livre ou Sebastien Michel revele toutes les etapes de l'interpretation des annees a venir d'un consultant."
Biographical note: Sascha Bru, Genth University, Belgium; Peter Nicholls, University of Sussex, UK.
The Book of Pluto
Master astrologer Forrest conveys practical and useful information that will help anyone navigate Pluto's labyrinthine passages. Along with detailed cookbook-style explanations of Pluto in the houses and signs, the reader will also find comprehensive information for working with transits and progressions.
"This new edition of MYTHOLOGIES is the first complete, authoritative English version of the French classic, Roland Barthes's most emblematic work"--
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The Inequality of Human Races
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XVI RECAPITULATION; THE RESPECTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE THREE GREAT RACES; THE SUPERIORITY OF THE WHITE TYPE, AND, WITHIN THIS TYPE, OF THE ARYAN FAMILY I Have shown the unique place in the organic world occupied by the human species, the profound physical, as well as moral, differences separating it from all other kinds of living creatures. Considering it by itself, I have been able to distinguish, on physiological grounds alone, three great and clearly marked types, the black, the yellow, and the white. However uncertain the aims of physiology may be, however meagre its resources, however defective its methods, it can proceed thus far with absolute certainty. Jhg rigger! variety is the lowest, and stands at the foot of the . ladder. The animal character, that appears in the shape of the' pelvis, is stamped on the negro from birth, and foreshadows his destiny. His intellect will always move within a very narrow circle. He is not however a mere brute, for behind his low receding brow, in the middle of his skull, we can see signs of a powerful energy, however crude its objects. If his mental faculties are dull or even non-existent, he often has an intensity of desire, and so of will, which may be called terrible. Many of:: his senses, especially taste and smell, are developed to an extent unknown to the other two races.* --' The very strength of his sensations is the most striking proof of his inferiority. All food is good in his eyes, nothing disgusts or repels him. What he desires is to eat, to eat furiously, and to excess; no carrion is too revolting to be swallowed by him. It ! * "Taste and smell in the negro are as powerful as they are undiscriminating. He eats everything, and odours which are revolting to us are pleasant...
The Emerald Tablet of Hermes
The Emerald Tablet is a text purporting to reveal the secret of the primordial substance and its transmutations. It claims to be the work of the legendary Hermes Trismegistus.
Encyclopaedia of Medical Astrology
"In my years of practice as a physician, I have, by the use of Astrology, been able to very quickly locate the seat of the disease, the cause of the trouble, the time when the patient began to feel uncomfortable, as based on the birth data of the patient, and this without even touching or examining the patient, and my intense desire to get this knowledge and wisdom before students and Healers in a classified form, is the reason for this Encyclopaedia. . . . When once you have discovered the cause of the disease, and understand its philosophy and the relation of the patient to the great Scheme of Nature, the matter of treatment I leave to you, and according to the System and Methods you may be using." (pg. 502) This is not only the best book ever written on medical astrology, it is also the best medieval medical reference ever put in print. This book excels in diagnosis, in other words, if the symptom is X, then the astrological cause is Y. Which becomes the key to reading the patient's chart, or his decumbiture. Cornell writes in traditional language. The same language, in fact, as you will find in Culpeper, Saunders, Lilly, Blagrave and many others. This book is the key that will open these and many more. Howard Leslie Cornell, M.D., (1872-1938) was a naturopathic physician with a practice in the US and India. In 1918 he set about to compile the medical references in his many astrology books. As he himself wrote, it became a momentous task, eventually comprising two large ledgers. These were then arranged, classified, disentangled and wrote into readable form. Only at that point did he consider making a proper book of it, and set about retyping and rearranging yet again. The result of 15 years work was published in 1933. It has been in print, off and on, ever since. It remains the one indispensable medical astrology book. The Encyclopaedia of Medical Astrology repays close study. A page-by-page reading is most rewarding.