The Lunar Gospel: The Complete Guide to Your Astrological Moon
Most people are familiar with their sun sign--the sign determined by your birthday. According to astrologer Cal Garrison, however, it's actually your moon sign that is the true key to your horoscope.
The Lunar Gospel is a comprehensive guide to moon sign astrology, covering the significant role the moon plays in the horoscope. Cal explores the role of the moon as it manifests in the different signs and houses, as well as its relationship to the other planets in the chart. The Lunar Gospel clearly and insightfully gives you all the tools you need to understand your own moon sign--and the moon sign of other people.
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About the Author
Cal Garrison is a professional astrologer and the editor of Spirit of Maat online magazine. She is a trained Flower of Life coordinator and longtime student of Drunvalo Melchizedek. She is the author of several books, including The Astrology of 2012 and Beyond. A native of Massachusetts, Garrison now lives in Sedona, Arizona.
The moon sees both the day and night, but the sun sees only the day. I am always pleased to see a book that focuses on the moon to begin to balance the amount written about the sun. Cal Garrison's book The Lunar Gospel: The Complete Guide to Your Astrological Moon will let you see yourself and the world around you from the broad reaching perspective of the moon. Whether you've just begun to learn astrology or astrology is your trusted guide in life, The Lunar Gospel will shed a beautiful light that reveals insights with every page you turn. -Ivo Dominguez, Jr., author of Practical Astrology for Witches and Pagans-- "Reviews"
We all have a relationship with the moon; we gaze at it nightly in the sky and feel it in our souls. Cal Garrison deepens that relationship and helps us recognize and appreciate our own lunar nature. I thoroughly enjoyed The Lunar Gospel: The Complete Guide to Your Astrological Moon. It is well written and easy to read and I came away with greater respect for this most familiar and mysterious of symbols. -Virginia Bell, author of Midlife Is Not a Crisis: Using Astrology to Thrive in the Second Half of Life-- "Reviews"