The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation: Homeopathic Remedies for the Sign Types

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Weiser Books, Jul 1, 1989 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 360 pages
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After digesting the material presented by Carey and Perry, readers will have a new understanding of basic homeopathic principles, as well as being able to tie various homeopathic remedies to the sun signs. Once this is understood, it is reasonable that the position of the Moon and ascendant in the natal chart and even the position of Saturn may well be indicators of homeopathic remedies that are needed by the physical body. For example, when an Aries is too quick to anger, perhaps a regular does of kali phosphate may even out the temper. Or when Virgo is beginning to feel digestive problems, kali sulphate may help balance out the minerals in the body. Nothing beats going to the doctor when needing a diagnosis; however, knowing the basics of homeopathy can also be likened to keeping a first aid kit in the house. In Part I, Dr. Carey relates the parts of the body to the biochemical cellsalts (homeopathic remedies) that were espoused by Dr. Schuessler. Part II, by Inez Perry, enlarges upon the symbolism of the sun types and the basics about the homeopathic remedies. She discusses the twelve sign types in relation to Biblical symbolism, and also combines information from the Kabbalah, masonic texts, eastern and western philosophy, to trace the spiritual symbolism of the signs. She then shows how the twelve basic biochemical remedies work with the sign types. According to Carey and Perry, astrology deals with the body (anatomy) of the Grand Man (the universe), and by analogy, with the human body as it relates to astrological symbolism. The authors bring back to contemporary astrology students the ancient symbolism that was once common knowledge to astrologers.

 

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Contents

PART
ARIES THE LAMB OF
TAURUS THE INGED BULL OF THE ZODIAC
THE S IRGIN MARY
THE GOAT OF THE ZODIAC
INTRODUCTION
THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF TAURUS AND NATRIUM
THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF GEMINI AND KALI
THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF VIRGO AND KALI SULPH
YII THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF LIBRA AND NATRIUM PHOS
YIII THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF SCORPIO AND CALCIUM
THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF SAGITTARIUS AND SLLICEA
THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF CAPRICORN AND CALCIUM
THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF AQUARIUS AND NATRIUM
THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF PISCES AND FERRUM PHOS
INDEX

ISZ THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF CANCER AND CALCIUM
y THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF LEO AND MAGNESIUM

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George Washington was born in Virginia in 1732. As a young man, he learned the morals, manners, and knowledge necessary to become a Virginia gentleman. He was particularly interested in the military arts and western expansion. At the age of 16, he helped survey Shenandoah lands. At the age of 22, he was commissioned a lieutenant colonel and fought in the first battles of what became the French and Indian War. Unanimously elected as the first President of the United States, Washington served two terms before retiring to Mount Vernon. He passed away on December 14, 1799.

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