By Rae Orion
Tips on how to get your detailed horoscope, decipher astrological symbols, and enjoy the levels of the moon with Astrology for Dummies, moment Edition. You’ll tips on how to build your beginning chart, interpret its part components, and use that details to realize perception into your self and others. With easy-to-follow, hands-on counsel, you’ll notice how to:
* establish the indicators of the zodiac
* comprehend the solar, the Moon, the planets, the emerging signal, and the 12 houses
* detect the rulers of the signs
* Map your individual horoscope (or a friend’s)
* Use astrology in day-by-day life
* seize the guts of every signal of the zodiac, and extra!
Astrology for Dummies, moment Edition demystifies astrological charts and makes use of undeniable English to teach you the way you could reap the benefits of the knowledge of the celebs. even if you’re seeking to examine relationships, research your power, or make a few simple judgements — like, while to head on a primary date — Astrology for Dummies, moment Edition is helping you find how realizing your place within the cosmos illuminates the key corners of the self, presents a key to knowing others, or even bargains a glimpse into the longer term.
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