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The astrological psychology of Swiss pioneers Bruno & Louise Huber is now widely known and well documented in the English language. In this book, Sue Lewis examines the subject over a broad canvas, encompassing esotericism, astrology, psychology, philosophy and even the frontiers of modern science. In the process she shows the Hubers as part of a living stream in the development of human ideas, indeed at the leading edge of their time.
Sue is well qualified for the task, from her long interest in astrology and astrological symbolism, her involvement in the world of astrological psychology and her more recent Masters degree in Western Esotericism.The result is a comprehensively referenced work that will be of use to future scholars. It is also a readable text giving an overview of where ‘astrological psychology’ fits in to its wider context.
Sue writes as both ‘seeker and scholar’ and in part of the book she courageously shows how astrological psychology has helped in her own process of development. RRP £18 but on special introductory offer at £15.
Joyce Hopewell, 2013, 150pp
The ‘timing’ system of Age Progression through the Life Clock is perhaps the most sophisticated astrological approach to understanding the psychologically significant life experiences that are reflected in the birth chart. It was developed after extensive research by Swiss astrologer/psychologists Bruno & Louise Huber. You can use Age Progression to seek meaning in the jumble of events in your life. It can show what sort of influences are likely to be at work at different stages of this particular lifetime. As you give meaning to particular times of your life, you tell stories of how things are and how they might be. Naturally this helps in navigating your way forwards through life.
Aspect Pattern Astrology provides the key to a new and holistic interpretation of the horoscope. The overall pattern of the aspects reveals the structure and basic motivations of an individual's consciousness. More than 45 distinct aspect figures are identified, each with a different meaning. This book gives a systematic introduction to the practical use of this method, using example horoscopes and diagrams. Aspect patterns can provide immediate significant revelations about yourself and other people.
Laminated, illustrating in colour 46 aspect patterns. A 'must have' for all students of Huber Astrology.
Essential reading, this is a set book for the APA Diploma Course.
This is a revised version of the classic book by Bruno & Louise Huber, first issued as 'Man and His World' in 1978. A thorough understanding of the houses is essential for psychological analysis of the horoscope because the houses establish the actual framework of individual personality and relationship to the environment. Unlike earlier approaches, the twelve houses are considered not as a classic space structure but as dynamic developmental tendencies that result from the combination of crosses (modes) and temperaments (elements). This book shows how the houses relate to ourselves and to our life experience in the world, providing a foundation stone for astrological psychology.
In ‘The Planets’, the Hubers show how the positions of the planets are fundamental to the interpretation of the horoscope. They represent basic archetypal qualities that are present in everyone, giving clues to our psychological abilities and characteristics; to our growth and spiritual development. Coloured by the signs of the zodiac, they also provide the essential link between our inner self, represented by the empty circle in the centre of the chart, the aspect patterns and the outside world, represented by the houses.