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The Art of Chart Interpretation: A Step-by-Step Method for Analyzing, Synthesizing, and Understanding the Birth Chart Paperback – Illustrated, Oct. 1 2008
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Learn how to determine and interpret the essential personality traits indicated by the birth chart. Interpreting a horoscope effectively and determining an individual's primary qualities, strengths, and weaknesses requires skill in collecting and organizing astrological information. The Art of Chart Interpretation presents a practical system for amateur and professional astrologers confused by the many details of the birth chart. With clarity and insight, Tracy Marks provides a comprehensive method for collecting and evaluating astrological data. Her step-by-step techniques and worksheets aid astrology students in developing their abilities to analyze and synthesize the many facets of the chart and to grasp the essential features of the personality.
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Tracy Marks, M.A., is a licensed mental health counselor, astrologer, writer, instructor, and nature photographer. Her transformational astrology books, including Astrology of Self-Discovery and The Art of Chart Interpretation, have been translated into nine languages and have sold over 150,000 copies. A psychotherapist since 1985, she is currently maintaining both counseling and astrology practices in Arlington, Massachusetts, as well as teaching in continuing education programs.
- Publisher : Ibis Press; Revised, Expanded ed. edition (Oct. 1 2008)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 192 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0892541423
- ISBN-13 : 978-0892541423
- Item weight : 286 g
- Dimensions : 15.19 x 1.14 x 22.81 cm
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There are many books on how to learn astrology, such as Basil Farrington presenting the Noel Tyl Method, or Astrology the Divine Science by Marcia Moore and Mark Douglas.
There are also many books on the philosophy of Astrology by authors such as Dane Rudyar and Stephen Arroyo.
What is lacking is a synthesis minded practical workbook(there are plenty of examples in Basil Farrington but the work is not exclusively dedicated to exercises and questions).