Evolutionary Astrology: A beginners Guide
The purpose behind this book is to provide clear, step by step guidance for any student who wishes to understand the paradigm of Evolutionary Astrology as taught by Jeffrey Wolf Green. This book is suitable for those who are completely new to astrology, as well as old time practitioners.
The core teachings of this book are focused on understanding the soul, and how to read the natal chart as a map that describes the actual reasons for each soul's individual incarnation from an evolutionary point of view. Fundamental concepts are explored with step by step clarity and various examples.
Organization of Book:
It is organized in 7 segments. Each segment is a natural continuation of the pervious segment.
The first segment addresses basic philosophy; it is entirely “off the charts”.
The second segment provides a basic explanation of the 12 astrological archetypes from an evolutionary point of view.
The third segment focuses entirely on the details of a chart including the nature and meaning of houses, planets, the ecliptic, angles, modes, and elements.
The fourth and fifth segments address the core principals of this paradigm (Pluto and the Lunar nodes), and applies those principals.
The sixth segment teaches the meaning of astrological aspects and the phases within which they occur.
The last segment explores a handful of other important concepts and teachings that deserve some attention - including a section on FAQ’s and an appendix.
This ebook is in a constant state of revision. As the author's own understanding and blossoming with this work develops, so does this book. Revisions include editing various sections, refining the articulation of various concepts, and adding more layers/depth to various sections of the book. Each time a significant revision is completed, you will receive a free updated copy of this ebook.
Originally released: Aug 2012. Most recent revision: April 2013.
PDF, Font: Verdana, size 11
Total pages: 214 pages
Written by Ari Moshe Wolfe. Cover image and aspect images by Bobbi Green.