Seldom has a handsome coffee-table book offered so much detailed information. This assemblage should be an eye-opener to those who think astrology is an easy craft for amateurs. In addition to the plethora of charming illustrations, there are many diagrams. Included are an ephemeris covering the years 1921-2000, sidereal times, houses for Northern latitudes, progressions, aspects, and forms for charts. The authors also collaborated on The Compleat Astrologer (McGraw, 1971). While their book may be useful to large reference collections, it is more practical as a book to own, since it offers much more than the usual popular surveys that attract the library browser.--Jeanne S. Bagby, formerly with Tucson P.L., Ariz.