Star power: 8 of the best astrology books | London Evening Standard
Ondonators watched the stars during containment.
Clear skies and lower pollution levels have seen many novice astronomers take to stargazing for the first time (read our guide here), while interest in astrological signs and the zodiac is at an all-time high. level.
Popular zodiac site AstroSage reports that his income grew 42% during the lockdown, while Astroyogi says his calls have increased from 100 to 250 a day since March.
Astrology has experienced a meteoric rise in the past decade and it seems, in uncertain times, that we need it more than ever.
Whether you base your life decisions on when Mercury is retrograde or you’re just a curious cosmic, read on to see our favorite astrology books below.
Goddess Orientation Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue
The perfect starter pack for anyone looking to get started in tarot, Doreen Virtue’s Goddess Orientation Oracle Cards Instead, replace traditional tarot cards with powerful (and positive) goddess cards. The accompanying book makes the process easy to understand, and the readings you do for yourself and others are eerily accurate.
The signs: decode the stars, reframe your life by Carolyne Faulkner
A bestseller by London astrologer Carolyne Faulkner, The signs look at how we can use the stars to help shape our future. We need to dive deep into each of the signs, describe the qualities that each possesses, and detail how we can use our birth charts to make better choices and forge lasting relationships.
Moonology: Working with the Magic of Lunar Cycles by Yasmin Boland
that of Yasmin Boland Moonology became an instant bestseller when it was released in 2016 and remains the benchmark for those looking to understand the eight phases of the moon. In a recent interview, Boland told the Standard: “Moonologists” believe that by tapping into the lunar cycle and the “moon manifestation” you can take action and achieve your goals. Once you start to think about the phase and the sign the moon is in, you will find that life begins to click into place, because you are living in harmony with nature and the planet. “
Solar signs: the secret codes of the universe by Linda Goodman
An astrological classic, Solar signs was originally published in 1968 and remains the definitive guide to our zodiac signs. There are lengthy descriptions for each sign, and astrologer Linda Goodman explains how we can use sign knowledge to really get to know the people in our lives better.
Luna: Harness the power of the moon to live your best life by Tamara Driessen
Spiritualists will love Tamara Driessen Moon – it covers everything from teachings of the moon to rituals, crystals, meditation and tarot. Driessen walks readers through waning, new, full, and waxing moon rituals to help them with everything from getting over an ex to getting a long-awaited raise.
You were born for it: astrology for radical self-acceptance by Chani Nicholas
Famous Canadian astrologer Chani Nicholas has published her first book, You were born for this, earlier this year – and it immediately became a New York Times bestseller. Cited as having a “radical” approach to astrology, Nicholas’ book teaches readers how to use the zodiac as a form of empowerment and how to “supercharge your intentions.”
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Cosmic Power: Ignite your light a simple guide to the modern mystic by Vanessa Montgomery
This’ grammar guide is due out in November and is a simple guide to our astrological signs. In Cosmic power, Vanessa Montgomery explains how we can use our signs to our advantage, what unbalances our signs and how our sign impacts all areas of our life.
Sacred Geometry: How to Use Cosmic Patterns to Energize Your Life by Jemma Foster
Jemma Foster’s Sacred Geometry, slated for release in September, is a leftist approach to astrology. Instead of looking at the signs, Foster explains how to become aware of the dots and lines around us and how to use these patterns to positively influence our lives.