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The Rulership Book by Rex E Bills


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Astrology Books:  The Rulership Book by Rex E Bills

The Rulership Book by Rex E Bills is the only place where all rulerships have been brought together and put in a good workable order. It is organized in such a way that one can use the book for quick and easy reference, and it eliminates the need to search through various other volumes.

Title:  The Rulership Book
Author:  Rex E Bills
Isbn:  9780866904315

Publisher:  American Federation Of Astrologers

The Rulership Book
by Rex E Bills:  A Directory Of Astrological Correspondences (reissue)
This volume is the result of a research project that drew together the thoughts of many others into a reference book, assuming the role of a dictionary to astrologers, but vastly more complete.

The Rulership Book by Rex E Bills is the only place where all rulerships have been brought together and put in a good workable order. It is organized in such a way that one can use the book for quick and easy reference, and it eliminates the need to search through various other volumes. In four parts: an alphabetical listing, a listing by planets, a listing by signs, a listing by houses.

Plus an Appendix with special listings: principal bones of the body, principal veins of the body, chart of an organization, flavors and handwriting forms. Enthusiastically endorsed and used by professional astrologers and students alike, no reference library is complete without it.



The Rulership Book is an essential reference, the bibliography is an excellent list of the better astrology books published in the first two-thirds of the 20th century.

Reviews:

I have been a consulting astrologer for over 25 years and The Rulership Book was one of the first books on the subject I acquired. I have used it again and again over the years and it has proved to be an invaluable resource. The book begins with a list of words for which planetary rulerships are ascribed. The list is quite comprehensive. Then, Rex E Bills gives us rulerships by planets and houses, including an appendix of anatomical attributions.
The Rulership Book is a wonderful learning tool and I particularly recommend it to beginning students who want to progress quickly in understanding the interaction of the planets with daily affairs.
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Rex Bills' Rulership Book is basically a collection of 4 lists:
The first one is an alphabetical list of all kinds of nouns, objects, concepts, etc., right next to which is a reference to the planet, sign or house that rules that particular thing.

The second one is a listing by planets. It goes through each planet and lists alphabetically all things ruled by that particular planet.

The third and fourth lists follow the same line, with listings by signs and houses. In the end of the book, there is also an appendix with special listings, such as bones of the body, muscles, flavors, etc.

The Rulership Book is a thorough and excellent compilation of rulerships. If you are a beginner, it may not make much sense to buy such a book, since it doesn't mean that much to know that "isolation" is ruled by Saturn for example, if you can't comfortably read a chart yet. You wouldn't know what to do with information like this. I think it's better suited for advanced learners.

If one studies astrology seriously, sooner or later they will definitely need a book with rulership listings, and believe me, currently there are no better books on the subject than this one, even though it was first published in 1971... I use it mostly in special astrological topics, such as vocational and business astrology and I find that it is especially useful in horary and electional astrology.

This volume, a directory of astrological correspondences, is the result of a research project that drew together the thoughts of many others into a reference book, assuming the role of a dictionary to astrologers, but vastly more complete. It is the only place where all sign, planetary and house rulerships have been brought together and put in a good workable order. It is organized in such a way that one can use the book for quick and easy reference, and it eliminates the need to search through various other volumes. In four parts: an alphabetical listing, a listing by planets, a listing by signs, a listing by houses. Plus an Appendix with special listings: principal bones of the body, principal veins of the body, chart of an organization, flavors and handwriting forms. Enthusiastically endorsed and used by professionals and students alike, no reference library is complete without this best-selling volume.


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