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Chasing the Dragons: An Introduction to Draconic Astrology Kindle Edition
Draconic astrology is an ancient, little-known system which sets out to identify an individual's spiritual purpose(s) and challenges. Most people at some point ask the question: 'What is my life purpose? What am I here for?' The editor of The Astrological Journal Victor Olliver takes a step-by-step approach to answering these questions. He teaches you how to set up a 'draco' chart and interpret it, using many charts of notable people and clients (as well as his own horoscope) as working examples. Draconic is a highly versatile analytical and forecasting tool used not just in natal and mundane astrology but also with tropical transits, secondary progressions, directions, solar returns and much more. Using the North Node as the starting point, draconic discovers life themes (perhaps from past lives) often only hinted at (or absent) in the tropical chart. This book will help empower you and your clients as together we explore the soul's intent towards self-fulfilment.
"A gifted speaker and writer, his work on draconic astrology is rich and insightful and he revives a technique of great significance." Wendy Stacey
"Victor is a great proponent of using draconic astrology, and his talks on the topic explain it clearly and with great humour, so I'm delighted that he's now written the book on it - it fills a much-needed gap." Chris Mitchell
"Victor has the gift of writing clearly, succinctly and most importantly with humour. I feel this book, written by a brilliant astrologer, will be a boon, not only for those who practise astrology, but also for those with an interest in understanding their charts and themselves. I can't recommend this work highly enough." Sharon Knight--This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B09Y2F2CDJ
- Publisher : The Wessex Astrologer (April 14 2022)
- Language : English
- File size : 11366 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 239 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #419,770 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #483 in Astrology (Kindle Store)
- #1,646 in Astrology (Books)
- #4,014 in Occult (Kindle Store)
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The book expertly and entertainingly avoids falling into the trap of nebulous musings about the indescribable. Highly readable, sensible, clear in explanations, stuffed with examples and literary allusions, it grounds what could be a fairly arcane technique. The new perspectives it offers on the birth chart will require pondering but this is certainly a more than fascinating introduction.
In the book Greta Thunberg is also raised on a pedastal....is this guy kidding? She has been a victim of child exploitation since day one. Her parents have a background in acting and she has been propped up by the gross elites she claims to criticize. She is being used, and that should be cause for concern rather than admiration.
This could have been a much better book if Olliver stuck to the philosophical aspects of Draconic Astrology. He shared a little interesting research into the nature of the soul, but where he went wrong is in asserting that these stories about various famous people are truthful, when in fact they are full of holes. The icing on the cake was his glorification of Karl Marx. Basically he just exposed himself in this book as a communist at heart... and anyone who has a thorough understanding of what communism is (disguising itself as beneficial to humankind), knows the totalitarianism, destruction and soul rape that it brings:
“The idea of God is the keynote of a perverted civilization. It must be destroyed.” —Karl Marx
I don't care how many awards or how much applause that Olliver has received - this book is the not the work of a genuine astrologer and researcher but of a left-leaning political activist who apparently finds word salad more important than actual historical facts.