Astrology, a Place in Chaos

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Wessex Astrologer Limited, 2006 - Astrology - 178 pages
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Astrology has been open to criticism through a large part of its long history. In this groundbreaking book Bernadette Brady gives new insights in the intensity of these criticisms by placing astrology into its initial setting, its original world of ancient creation myths linked to the great creative void. Modern chaos theory has now rediscovered this void and Brady maps astrology to chaos theory to produce "chaotic astrology". The result is an insight into fate, freewill and the nature of astrology itself implying that it is neither a science nor a religion, and suggests instead that astrology is an instrument of chaos, a fertile and pragmatic tool for understanding the patterns of life. Original and insightful as ever, Brady navigates the reader through a breath-taking journey which can change forever the way one views the world.

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About the author (2006)

Bernadette Brady is a professional astrologer who holds a Masters degree in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology from Bath Spa University, England. Her research work in fixed stars is contained in her innovative book Brady's Book of Fixed Stars (Samuel Weiser, 1998) in which she suggests a return to the visual use of stars. From these ideas Bernadette co-authored the visual astrology software package Starlight (Zyntara Publications 2002). Bernadette's journey continues in this new book. Her other books are: Predictive Astrology: The Eagle and the Lark (Weiser, 1992 & 1998), now heralded as a classic, and Astrology, a place in chaos (The Wessex Astrologer 2006) which is her Masters dissertation, on the mapping of chaos theory and complexity science to astrology. Bernadette is also the co-author of research astrological software Jigsaw (Astrolabe 1994, 1999).

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