Retrograde Planets: Traversing the Inner Landscape

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Weiser Books, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 427 pages
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"Geocentricity might well be egocentricity". The phenomenon of retrograde motion is based on our Earth-centered view of the solar system, but the movement and cycles of retrograde planets are based entirely on the apparent motion of the Sun through the zodiac. This book organizes and explains retrograde motion from a systems-viewpoint -- the system of the Sun and planets -- and interprets retrograde planets natally, by progression, and in transit.
 

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Contents

The Mechanics of Retrogression
5
z The Sun and Natal Retrograde Planets
17
Secondary Progression of Planets 5 5
33
Venus Dual Goddess
77
ind retrograde syndromes
153
Natal Mars Retrograde
165
Natal Jupiter Retrograde
189
Natal Saturn Retrograde
Z-7
Syphilis
Z-93
Overview
501
Transiting Mars Retrograde
521
Transiting Jupiter Retrograde
533
Transiting Saturn Retrograde
541
z0 Transits of the TransSaturnian Planets
548
z1 Transiting Uranus Retrograde
566
zz Transiting Neptune Retrograde
577

The TransSaturnian Planets
Z-29
Natal Uranus Retrograde
Z-44
1z Natal Neptune Retrograde
Z-56
Natal Pluto Retrograde
Z-69
Oscar
Z-80
z5 Transiting Pluto Retrograde
587
z4 A Case of transiting Retrogradex Jude
598
Notes 415
613
Bihliography 419
620
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Sullivan is an internationally renowned astrologer and author.

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