The Future in the Stars: The Astrological Message for 2012 & Beyond

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Predicting changes and trends for the future, this fascinating exploration debunks the myths surrounding 2012 to provide a logical and spiritual theory. Wild claims and bad astronomy have fuelled a doomsday sensation about that energetic and special year, yet little or none is mentioned about the key planets sending the messages—Pluto, Chiron, Cere, Makemake, Eris, and Sedna, as well as some newly discovered planets. This resource delves deep into these important astrological beings to reveal what will really ...
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Overview


Predicting changes and trends for the future, this fascinating exploration debunks the myths surrounding 2012 to provide a logical and spiritual theory. Wild claims and bad astronomy have fuelled a doomsday sensation about that energetic and special year, yet little or none is mentioned about the key planets sending the messages—Pluto, Chiron, Cere, Makemake, Eris, and Sedna, as well as some newly discovered planets. This resource delves deep into these important astrological beings to reveal what will really happen in 2012 and how the gods and goddess of these planets will help humanity navigate financial, social, and physical revolutions. Part history, scientific theory, and spiritual insight, this cutting-edge contention provides an understanding not only of 2012 but also of the transformations that will follow.
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Editorial Reviews

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"I read your book in almost one sitting, even waking up at 2 am to keep reading more . . . Your writing style is so laid back, entertaining, and informative all at once. I'm thrilled to have it!"  —Kim Gould, guru, Human Design System, Australia

"An understandable book you WANT to read and can't put down. This will prove to be an invaluable classic, providing profound insight into this new and very important era."  —John Green, editor, Astrological Journal

"I read your book in almost one sitting, even waking up at 2 am to keep reading more. It's such an important book and thank you so much for writing it. Your writing style is so laid back, entertaining and informative all at once. I'm thrilled to have it!"  —From Kim Gould, guru ,Human Design System, Australia.

"Fascinating. Chester-Lambert has discovered missing pieces in the celestial jigsaw puzzle; she offers a way to understand our newly-discovered planetary neighbours and their effect on our lives."  — Frank C. Clifford, author, astrologer, and principal of the London School of Astrology

"Alison's work is in a class of its own, not only insightful, but witty and very readable. She is a thoroughly entertaining and gifted writer."  —Jacqui Hagen, features editor, OVL Magazine

"A sensible, inspirational and professional book about 2012. Based on quality research and knowledge, but written in an entertaining and engaging fashion . . . one of the best 2012 books so far."  —Jayne Smith, contributing writer, Paradigm Shift Magazine

"An astrologer after my own heart, combining art and intuition with science, logic, and serious research to produce a compelling case for the connection between astrological phenomena and events on the earth plane."  —realastrologer.com

"Destined to be a classic, since it represents astrology at its best. Chester-Lambert shows how we are all connected, how our collective consciousness is evolving, how the dwarf planets are important emerging archetypes in the 21st century."  —Dell Horoscope Astrology Magazine

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781844095056
  • Publisher: Findhorn Press
  • Publication date: 7/29/2010
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 1,447,967
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 11.04 (h) x 0.46 (d)

Meet the Author


Alison Chester-Lambert is a trained astrologer who has worked as a consultant for several newspapers. She is the founder of the Midlands School of Astrology and owns her own private astrological consultancy practice. She is the astrologer for several magazines, websites, and BBC radio.
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Table of Contents

1 Changes are Happening 9

2 Cool Science 18

3 Ceres, Goddess of Growing and Grieving 29

4 Pluto, Lord of the Invisible Realms 47

5 Charon, Passport to Pluto and the Invisible Realms 77

6 Makemake, Great Sea Spirit of Easter Island 86

7 Haumea, Hawaiian Goddess of Creation, Birth and Nature 133

8 Eris, Goddess of Strife, Stimulation and Rivalry 144

9 Sedna, an Outraged Arctic Goddess 153

10 What Does This Mean for Us in the Bus Queue? 174

11 The Crazy Phenomenon of 2012 186

Notes and references 215

Acknowledgements 224

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