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I had, as the British say, an absolutely smashing weekend. And not the least because I managed to get my hands on some fine astrology books. I don’t know about you, but I’ve always found some areas of astrology a bit difficult to master. Like, for example, the aspects between the planets. I think this is because 1) They are tough and you need to really apply yourself. 2) Because some of the books dealing with this subject are a little unimaginative, and you find that after you’ve read the bits that apply to your chart, you quickly lose interest.

But if you want to be a good astrologer, or even an average one, you’ve got to get the basics right. That means you’ve got to master the aspects. The squares, the trines, the oppositions, the sextiles and the conjunctions form the basic vocabulary of astrology. And unless you are proficient in their use, you won’t get anywhere fast.

So if you find yourself grappling with aspects, you can do no better than to read Matthew Currie’s new mini e-book: How The Planets Talk To Each Other. I read it recently, and it was the first time I’ve ever read a book like this at one go. It covers all the aspects listed in the previous paragraph and does it in a way that is both easy to understand and remember. I especially like his writing style, it sparkles with wit and charms you with fun figures of speech making learning an enjoyable process.

It wasn’t easy to obtain astrology books in my neck of the woods when I was a teenager. I had to make do with whatever I found. A book like this would have helped a lot when I was learning. And, even now, I know I’m going to keep this one handy as a reference book.

So, if you’d like to order a copy or to find out more about it, why not let Matthew himself tell you? Click on the link below and fear aspects no more: 


Have fun reading!

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