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The Astrological Grimoire - Timeless Horoscopes Modern Spells and Creative Altars for Self-Discovery - cover

The Astrological Grimoire - Timeless Horoscopes Modern Spells and Creative Altars for Self-Discovery

Shewolfe, Beatrix Gravesguard

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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This unique astrological perspective invites readers to discover themselves in every sign of the zodiac. Divided into 12 chapters, one for each sign, the book offers horoscopes based on moon phase and "mood phase"—emotions and life events—so readers can always find a horoscope that speaks to their current life moment. The Astrological Grimoire guides readers in understanding their birth chart so they can learn how all the signs impact their lives and find the right horoscope for any situation. This holistic and individualized book is ultimately an uplifting way to find meaning in the movements of the universe.

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