By Dane Rudhyar
A modern classic, as potent today as when first written in 1936. Rudhyar integrates modem concepts of psychology with elements of both Western and Oriental philosophies. He succeeds in presenting Astrology as a symbolic language by reformulating its basic concepts and focusing on viewing the chart as a whole.
“Astrology has been debased as fortunetelling and usually deals only with concrete events. But events in themselves are not important. What matters is the significance we bestow upon them. It is only by giving to events the meaning centered in our own souls, that we make them real. There is no reality except that which we create—the very activity of continuous living. Thus events do not happen, we happen to them.”
“. . . the greatest step forward in Astrology since the time of Ptolomy.” —Paul Clancy
“. . . the pivotal book that launched humanistic astrology . . .” —Rob Hand
ISBN 0-943358-25-6 • Paperback • 445 Pages • 6” x 9”