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- DescriptionAstrology of the Heart will be of interest to the counseling astrologer who wants to understand the shamanic nature of astrology at a deeper level. This book is about life paths, rites of passage, climacteric years, turning points in the life, and how to find and understand them in your horoscope. Not abstract theory, but a practical manual to understanding what out-of-the-body experience, the chakras, initiation, and other esoteric topics are really about. As Erlewine says, The esoteric is hidden in, of all places, plain sight!; What is missing is our being able to grasp these experiences. This book shows you how. Forward by Steven Forest: Walking his talk, Erlewine has placed a stepping stone between two very different worlds. He stands on that middle stone, with white water roaring all around him. And his finger is pointing at the moon... I find myself filled with gratitude toward Michael, and also with a sense of encouragement... This is beautiful stuff.
- Author BiographyInternationally-known astrologer and author Noel Tyle (over 34 astrological textbooks to his credit), had this to say about Michael Erlewine and his influence on modern astrology: Michael Erlewine is the giant influence whose creativity is forever imprinted on all astrologers' work since the beginning of the Computer era! He is the man who single-handedly applied computer technology to astrological measurement, research, and interpretation. He founded MATRIX software long ago, and from crucial algorithms to interpretation zenith, Erlewine has been the formative and leading light of astrology's modern growth. After inventing the technological applications, Erlewine humanized it all, adding perception and incisive practical analyses to modern, computerized astrology. Now, for a second generation of astrologers and their public, Erlewine's genius continues with StarTypes ... and it's simply amazing! Michael Erlewine Michael Erlewine is an internationally known, award-wining, astrologer, with over 40 years of experience in astrology. In 1977, Erlewine was the first astrologer to program astrology on microcomputers and make these programs available to the general public. His founded Matrix Software in 1978, which, along with a little company called Microsoft are the two oldest software companies on the Internet still in existence. Michael Erlewine has written many books and numerous articles on astrology and has been published in the most prestigious astrological journals and publications. Erlewine taught astrology for many years and has done one-on-one personal astrological readings or consultations for more than 30 years. Erlewine has introduced many new astrological techniques to astrologers, including Local Space relocation, heliocentric techniques, deep-space astrology, and many others. His books astrology books include Astrophysical Directions, The Sun is Shining, Interface: Planetary Nodes, and Manual of Computer Programming for Astrologers. Among other things Erlewine, with the staff at his company Matrix Software, introduced the first computer-generated astrology reports, the first research oriented software, the first relocation software for home computers, the first on-screen hi-resolution graphics astrologer, first deep-space maps and astrology, and much more. Contact: Michael@erlewine.net.
- Author(s)Michael Erlewine
- PublisherCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Date of Publication19/10/2008
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectAstrology & Fortune-telling
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight472 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine19 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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