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Dictionary of Astrology - cover

Dictionary of Astrology

Harry E. Wedeck

Publisher: Philosophical Library/Open Road

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This A-to-Z reference book comprises astrological techniques and concepts as well as the historical figures who have contributed to the study of astrology.Covering astrological traditions from across the globe, this authoritative guidebook offers an in-depth overview of the complex and fascinating world of astrology. Spiritualist and occult scholar Harry E. Wedeck provides a wealth of information on astrological terminology, ideas, theories, and principles, as well as the history of astrology from antiquity to the present. Wedeck also includes biographical information on major figures in the field, from the Arabian astrologer Abben-Ragel to Zoroaster, the Persian founder of the cult of Zoroastrianism. For practicing astrologers, students of horoscopes, or anyone exploring the wisdom of the stars, Dictionary of Astrology is an essential reference work.
Available since: 05/25/2021.
Print length: 207 pages.

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