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Fundamentals of Number Significance Hardcover – 1978


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HASH(0x9d2e41d4) out of 5 stars Excellent explanation of Astrology and Numerology 23 Oct. 2012
By Theoni Lussos - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I happened upon this book recently and was really surprised by the breadth that Marc Jones covers here. He starts with the history of astrology going from the Chaldeans to the Greeks and how he the Dean of Astrology, took that and updated it so that it was based on more scientific principles. After going through that he discusses his cabala or keyword system and how it based on Pythagorean numerological sources and applied to the 12 houses.

Jones covers the basic numerological precepts of astrology and the importance of the the number 12 (Buckminster Fuller's dodecahedron), applying and separating aspects, the various keywords for numbers and astrological aspects and for good measure throws in the genius potential highlighting the horoscopes of John Dewey, Napoleon Bonaparte, Madame Germaine de Stael, Mary Baker Eddy, Walt Whitman, Abe Lincoln, FDR, Krishnamurti, DAne Rudhyar, Marc Jones (yes his own).

There is a lot here and it is not an introduction to astrology by any means but if you have successfully read his 2 intro books How to Learn Astrology & Astrology: How and Why it Worksyou will really enjoy this book as it brings so much together. In short, this is a good refresher before you read The Guide to Horoscope Interpretation.

(I've uploaded some scans so you can preview it as well.)
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