Linda Goodman's Sun Signs

Linda Goodman's Sun Signs

Paperback - 1981
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Taking each of the 12 signs in turn, Linda Goodman explains the importance of the sun in astrology. She also covers the charactersitics of men, women, children, bosses and employees of each sign.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Book, [1981], c1968.
ISBN: 9780553278828
Characteristics: xxiv, 484 p. ; 18 cm.
Alternative Title: Sun signs


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May 07, 2015

Superficial and cliché-ridden- and an excellent example of why every astrologer should be proficient in calculating charts by hand, as the author makes numerous errors in hypothetical examples, among them placing Mercury at impossible distances from the Sun.
Better by far? "The Inner Sky" by Steven Forrest (all Steven Forrest's work is excellent) and my personal favorite, "Making the Gods Work for You" by Caroline W. Casey


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