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  • Paperback: 186 pages
  • Publisher: O Books (30 May 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 190504786X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1905047864
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.4 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 583,973 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This book is not just a brilliant book about astrology, it's also an incredible guide to life. It's spiritual, it's practical, it's spot on! Jessica Adam, astrologer for Vogue and Cosmopolitan, author of The New Astrology For Women

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Adam Smith is a professional astrologer who writes for the Daily Mirror, Elle, Spirit, Chat, Harper's Bazaar and other papers around the world. He has edited The Astrological Journal, The Astrological Quarterly and Transit.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lara Owen on 19 Jun 2007
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Adam Smith's new book on Saturn is a wonderful read. His writing is a real treat: wise, warm, funny, incisive, and elegant. He has a deep understanding of Saturn and the resonance the Saturnian principle has on the individual life, and manages to express complex information with great clarity. It is refreshing to read a book with so strong a focus on maturity; an attribute of human development that often gets lost in today's youth-focused culture. The book is full of good information throughout, but I have to single out the section on Saturn's transits through the houses as being particularly insightful and useful. My only criticism is that I wish the book was longer, and hope that in subsequent editions he will add more material on Saturn in the natal houses. I strongly recommend this book to anyone practicing astrology, or going through a Saturn transit, or simply curious about how it is that we grow up.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 30 Aug 2010
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As a practising psychological astrologer,I am always interested in books about astrology which contain original material.Having bought Liz Greene's "A New Look at an Old Devil" back when I was first learning astrology,I wondered what the author could add to the subject.
I was very pleasantly surprised to find some new ideas.Although it's a short book which took only 1 hour to read,the central theme is useful:Saturn helps us to develop and release our potential into the world.This is a sea change from Saturn being described as "limiting,restricting,cold ,dour etc".
I enjoyed his description of transits of Saturn which avoids the doom and gloom approach.The best way to apply this knowledge would be to read about your upcoming Saturn transit(s) to one of your natal planets and absorb the message that it carries.Then work on creating and putting the challenge into the real world whilst keeping the long view.Another approach is to look back through your life at major Saturn transits and with hindsight,notice how specifically they helped you grow.
I shall be recommending this book to my astrology clients.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stuart on 2 Oct 2009
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For any1 worried about an upcoming Saturn entry int their Sign wether its rising sign or Sun this book is surely worth a look and seems to be quite cheap here on amazon. most astrolgers I read about or listened to have said Saturn is really a significant planet when its effecting a horoscope, so this book is surely a good guide or even book worth reading in order to possible give somone a better perspective on what they might have to watch out for in the near future if they feel friends or family or themselves will be effected by this planet in a major way.But also to understand deeply waht Saturn is really all about this is also the book for you. Houses Saturn occupies aswell as signs and even various other planets are covered. Saturn to other planet transits are covered. Famous people who had Saturn transiting certain parts of their birth chart are discussed and waht happened to them during that transit and gives you a good insight as to the effects this might have on others with similar placement in their own chart. very worthwhile book to think about while reading.
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