Black Sun Signs: An African-American Guide to the Zodiac

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Simon and Schuster, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 240 pages
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A light-hearted zodiac guide, Black Sun Signs offers advice on romance, tips on money matters, discussions about health concerns, and more.

If you love following your sun sign but never seem to feel what you read is directed toward you, wait no more. Here's a guide to the zodiac that will make you say, "Wow, that's me!" From the fiery Arian to the charismatic Aquarian, you'll find examples of yourself, friends, loved ones, and even your children in this down-to-earth guide. No more cosmic adventures into your planets! Now here's a book that tells you the real deal about you and those special people in your life. You'll gain an insight into that practical Virgo brother who's always saving a penny for a rainy day or that energetic Sagittarian sister who just doesn't keep still for a minute.

You'll also find out what famous African American brothers and sisters share your sign. Whether you're a sexy Leo like Halle Berry or there's a reserved Capricorn like Denzel Washington in your life, you're sure to get the 411 on yourself and everyone you know in Black Sun Signs.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
9
Primer
15
Cancer
76
Virgo
112
Scorpio
135
Sagittarius
168
Capricorn
180
Aquarius
204
Pisces
223
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Page 8 - Daniels, whose enthusiasm, moral support and editing have propelled this project to its completion Introduction This book is about astrology and how it relates to the African American experience.

About the author (1996)

Thelma Balfour is a free-lance writer and a stringer for Newsweek and USA Today. She contributed a piece on "sexy sun signs" to the anthology Erotique Noire. Thelma has studied and practiced astrology for the last twenty years. She lives with her husband and two sons in Memphis, Tennessee.

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