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The Twelve Houses by Howard Sasportas, Isbn: 9781903353042


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Astrology: The Twelve Houses by Howard Sasportas

 The Twelve Houses by Howard Sasportas a definitive guide to the twelve houses in modern astrology this is an excellent book! As the author journeys through the houses, there are profound psychological insights for both the beginner and the more experienced astrologer.

Title: The Twelve Houses: Exploring the Houses of the Horoscope
Author: Howard Sasportas
Isbn: 9781903353042
Format: Paperback, 330 Pages
Published: 01 June 2009

In The Twelve Houses, acclaimed astrologer Howard Sasportas explores in detail the experiences and situations associated with each of the houses, describing not only their tangible associations but also the more subtle meanings of each of the different spheres of life. A pioneering volume and a favourite among students and professionals alike, this is the recognized as the definitive work on the subject.

This revised edition contains a new foreward by Liz Greene and tribute essays from leading astrologers Darby Costello, Melanie Reinhart, Erin Sullivan and Laura Boomer Trent.

The Twelve Houses by Howard Sasportas a definitive guide to the twelve houses in modern astrology this is an excellent book! As the author journeys through the houses, there are profound psychological insights for both the beginner and the more experienced astrologer.

The The Twelve Houses format is straightforward. An introductory section ("a person's reality springs outward from his or her inner landscape of thoughts, feelings, expectations and beliefs"), a quick journey through the houses, and then on to the majority of the book which is given over to a "cookbook" treatment of all the planets and signs in each house. There are countless examples backing up the interpretations e.g. writers and communicators with Sun in the third house, a famous musician and a poet with Neptune in the tenth house and so on.

At the end of the book there is a handy summary of the key concepts for each house, and a look at the different house systems astrologers use. Howard Sasportas finishes the main text with the question, "Why don't you become what only you can become?". Why not indeed!? An excellent book.

 

 

 


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