The study of astrology remains one of the most complex and easily misunderstood tools for self-knowledge. Now, Nan De Grove, a student and teacher of this ancient cosmology for more than 25 years, tells the basics of the signs, houses, and planets in The Beginner's Guide to Astrology.
In one 70-minute session, De Grove shares the fascinating history of astrology and lessons from some of its legendary explorers and defenders; instruction about reading your own chart; and insights into the archetypes and mythic themes of the zodiac as they relate to everyday life. For anyone who has ever been confused about the true workings of this vast field of inquiry, The Beginner's Guide to Astrology is a practical guide that makes available to everyone the wisdom of this perennial science.
What did you love best about The Beginner's Guide to Astrology?
The author introduces each sign/house/quality in a memorable way. Nan describes the glyph, gives some background, a little speculation (but not too far out!) and then transitions nicely into the next. I never lost interest and unexpectedly learned a lot.
Have you listened to any of Nan De Grove’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
One commentator stated that he did not care for the author's voice or manner. I rather liked listening to Nan!
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good review or beginner info. the performer did sound a bit like they drank milk before their first reading of the script. but it's well worth it for any student looking for a short and sweet review session
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Very informative. My issue only lied with the narration, it was difficult to continue listening because of the amount of mouth noises (smacking lips, saliva, etc).
The organization of the information enhanced my ability to retain the material presented in this book.
Didn't care for narrator. Desperate attempt to sound mysterious. Voice better used reading a child's book.