Houses of the Horoscope: An Introduction Paperback – 1 May 1999
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About the Author
ALAN OKEN forges a new field of study which he calls ?soul-centered astrology??distinct from the personality-oriented approach which is in vogue. This field of study emanates from Alice Bailey?s Esoteric Astrology, which calls for a higher level of interpretation, manifestation of the soul, and service. An author, linguist, and translator, Oken speaks and writes in seven languages and has lectured extensively throughout the world. Alan Oken also makes frequent media appearances and had his own radio program in his home city, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Oken is a student of the Work and Teaching of the Tibetan Master, Djwahl Khul, and is a member of the new Group of World Servers.
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Amazon.com: 4 reviews
16 March 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Great resource. I trust his slant on astrology.
2 September 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
A very informative book about an area of one's chart that does not get enough attention.
7 March 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
not sure about the content
7 January 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
4 people found this helpful.
This is a good, maybe even "great" book for beginners to astrology. The disappointment for me came by way of very high expectations,after having read the author's masterpiece from several years ago, "Soul-Centered Astrology", which contained everything about Esoteric Astrology that one could think of, except for explainig in any detail the esoteric meaning of the "houses". So I expected that this book would be much more esoterically oriented, and to my mind, it was pretty much the "usual stuff" that can be found in any book dealing with the meaning of the houses. I'm not saying don't buy it, just don't expect any great insights to explode into your mind.