The Pattern of Time: Essays on Traditional Astrology
ISBN: 0992871107
EAN13: 9780992871109
Language: English
Pages: 172
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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Book Overview
In The Pattern of Time Andrew McDonald explores the intertwining of destiny and freewill and the perennial search for understanding that runs through all our lives. In separate chapters, using many techniques known only to traditional natal astrology, Andrew looks at the lives of the great artists Michelangelo, van Gogh, and Renoir. He also analyses the mysterious Forge of Vulcan by Diego Velazquez and considers what this painting can tell us about the true nature of romantic relationships. Musician Claude Debussy is part of the chapter Fate, Freewill, Fortuna and the Soul where Andrew discusses the history of chance and fortune and explains how our understanding of freewill, necessity, and the soul affect the pathways we choose in life. From his professional practice are real-life case studies where he uses horary astrology to help clients find and keep work. Other chapters include the Colour of the Spheres, the Nativity of a Lady, and Act and Potency where Andrew explores the nature of change in the world and explains what we can do to understand it more. There is even a chapter on the Epiphany. Informed by years of professional practice, profusely illustrated with charts and with a Foreword by John Frawley, The Pattern of Time is a window into traditional astrology like no other.

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