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- AuthorZilla.com 2015; US$ 3.00
In this book the principles of Vastu as propounded in our ancient books that are MUST have been explained in a manner that can be comprehended by everyone. The essentials ENERGY SOURCES are air, sunlight, and the cosmos energy. These with the knowledge of energy flow assigned to different sectors (Agni, Varun, Yam etc) and directions (Eeshan ? North... more...
- AuthorZilla.com 2015; US$ 3.50
Astrological analysis has two components. The first is the deduction of likely trends in the life of a native. This determines the basic promise of a horoscope. The second, and more important, is to determine the time when the relevant events, according to the promise, would happen. The first part requires astrological knowledge & calculations etc;... more...
- AuthorZilla.com 2015; US$ 3.50
The classical texts have condemned Trika (6th, 8th & 12th) houses and their lords as evil with a negative role. These are considered to represent all the anti-forces that act against a native and are held responsible for all the miseries, sufferings, calamities and diseases that befall a native. However there is nothing absolutely good or bad in... more...
- AuthorZilla.com 2015; US$ 4.00
The role of Jupiter and Saturn is extremely important in analyzing the strength of the horoscope as Jupiter indicates the potential and Saturn tells the inherent energy which the person possesses to accomplish things in life. This is a book which would be useful for students as well as those advanced in the study of astrology. From the basics it goes... more...
- AuthorZilla.com 2015; US$ 7.00
This is the first book which would interest the masses as it talks about the zodiac signs which is a fairly good indicator of one?s personality and instincts irrespective of strata and position. This book dwells into the details of each sign with respect to relationships, love, and compatibility with other signs, financial and professional implication.... more...
- HarperCollins UK 2001; US$ 9.95
This bestselling, one-volume guide contains all you need to know about you personal horoscope for 2002. Be prepared for the future by reading these predictions for your year ahead and discover how you, your family, friends and lovers will fare. This book contains a personality profile for each sign, the year's forecast for 2002, and a month-by-month... more...
- Alpha Books 2001; US$ 15.99
Don't wish upon the stars. Divine their secrets... This revised and updated edition features explanations of all the houses, signs and their meanings, as well as information on astrology's connection with metaphysics and psychology. more...
- Wiley 2011; US$ 19.99 US$ 15.99
Learn how to get your precise horoscope, decipher astrological symbols, and benefit from the phases of the moon with A strology for Dummies, Second Edition. You’ll learn how to construct your birth chart, interpret its component parts, and use that information to gain insight into yourself and others. With easy-to-follow, hands-on guidance,... more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2005; US$ 15.95
The first in-depth analysis of how an individual's natal horoscope reveals the unique challenges and opportunities of midlife. Between the ages of thirty-seven and forty-one, something mysterious takes place within the psyche. Jung called this phase our "unlived life," assuming rightly that midlife did not inaugurate a time of rapid decay, loss... more...