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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2001

    Great for everyone!

    Susan Miller manages to write a book that is useful for the deep enthusiast as well as being engaging enough for a casual dabbler. I don't think I can recommend this book highly enough.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2001

    Planets and Possibilities

    IN MY OPINION ITS VERY USEFUL NOWADAYS:Planets and Possibilieies:Explore the Worlds beyond Your Sun Sign because one can match it with his/her partner for good.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Complete and exciting astrological reference book

    Most rational philosophers will place astrology in the pseudo-science bin. Yet the ancient art of reading the stars and planets is still a powerfully popular instrument today. In PLANETS AND POSSIBILITIES, Susan Miller (see astrologyzone.com) provides an in-depth look at astrology by bringing the planetary and solar relations into a current and historical text. For instance, Ms. Miller explains that the recently discovered moon Chiron has influence but is so statistically insignificant in comparisons to the sun and the personal planets that it is not worth including in a reading. <P> The book is well written and very entertaining whether a person is a skeptic or a disciple, and clearly educational for the believer. Ms. Miller provides insight into the twelve Zodiac signs from a refreshing ancient historical perspective (predominantly Greek and Roman, Egyptian and Babylonian, etc.) to a modern look. Besides enjoyment from a well-written reference tome, Ms. Miller makes astrology seem so genuine that many cynics will remove the ¿pseudo¿ label and start following their daily horoscope. <P>Harriet Klausner

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