The guide to horoscope interpretation
Describes & illustrates the planetary patterns in the horoscope - splash, bundle, locomotive, bowl, bucket, seesaw, splay - & how to organize the pattern details for effective delineation. Includes the lines of vitality, personality, efficiency & culture.
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Introduction The Method of Whole View
Chapter One The Splash Type
Chapter Two The Bundle Type
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achievement activity affairs American analysis astrological basic birth Bohme bowl type bucket type bundle pattern bundle type capacity chart classification conjunction contemporary or near-contemporary cosmic cross creative cross in fixed cusps Dane Rudhyar elevated planet empty trine Evangeline Adams everyday example experience fanhandle fixed signs focal determination genius George Gershwin gives grand trine handle planet hemisphere emphasis horo horoscope ideal extreme illustration of deviation important indicates individual Jupiter Jupiter and Saturn lack leading planet Leon Trotsky Lewis Carroll line of efficiency line of personality line of vitality locomotive type major aspect Mars and Venus Mercury midheaven momentum native native's near-contemporary figures Neptune outstanding planetary departments Pluto point of application point of stimulus position prophet quintile reveals Saturn seesaw type sextile shows singleton in disposition splash type splay stellium sun and moon temperament three planets tion Upton Sinclair Uranus William McKinley zodiac