Humanus Astrologicus is a reader friendly jargon free astrology book. This is new age astrology at its finest as Parker tailors both wise and witty astrological descriptions and interpretations for 21st century readers. Through insightful prose and clever poetry this book goes where no astrologer has gone before and easily takes the reader along.
Her fresh observations originate from her active practice of astrology and study of mythology that span more than three decades. Unlike many astrological books, it offers richness for a full range of readers-from those who are clueless about astrology to the seasoned professional.
Humanus Astrologicus helps you understand how you and others relate to life. For instance, are partners or lovers each thinking the other's energy level cries out for a medical checkup and even medication? Or is it just the natural energy patterns of Mars since Mars rules energy. Following are brief excerpts in the case of two people, one with Mars in Aries and the other with Mars in Pisces
Mars in Aries:All this energy they've gotCan discharge like a rifle shot.You'll hear them say, "I'll slow down now."The truth is, though, they don't know how.
Mars in PiscesLots of action makes them wilt.Strong emotions give them guilt.Often they'll just let things go,Easier to ride the flow.
Deborah Smith Parker is an astrologer, writer, and poet who passes for normal as a public policy strategist. She lives in Oceanside, California with her husband Jeff, a homeopath, and Eli, the most wonderful Cattle Dog in the world.
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About the Author
About the AuthorDeborah Smith Parker is a writer, poet, essayist, blogger, astrologer and author of two books. Her first book, Humanus Astrologicus (2010), goes where no astrologer has gone before, and easily takes the reader along. Parker blends ancient knowledge with modern wit and rhyme. And unlike many astrology books, it has richness both for the person clueless about astrology as well as the seasoned astrologer.
The Horse that Haunts My Heart (2014) is Parker's recent release. Anyone who ever loved a horse - or wished they had-will be quickly captivated by this coming of age memoir that chronicles the extraordinary relationship Parker developed with her horse, shaped by the poignancy, hilarity and drama that tested relationships undergo -all set against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains.
Her other works have appeared in more than 25 different published outlets ranging from "Journal of the American Medical Association" to "The Mountain Astrologer" to "North County Times" to "Nuthouse" to "New Press Literary Quarterly."
Parker grew up bi-lingual, fluent in both prose and poetry, learning from her father at an early age to write clever verse. Later she learned how to use writing to dig deep into the pain and revelations of life. However, whatever topic she writes on or form she writes in, Parker is genetically programmed to incorporate her well-honed wit. Parker is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she majored in English. She lives in North County San Diego with her husband, Jeff, a homeopath.