Electional Astrology – Vivian E. Robson

Electional Astrology - Vivian E. RobsonElectional astrology is the branch of astrology that focuses on selecting the best and most fortunate days and times for any activity. In this classic book on the subject, the author has compiled astrological indicators for a wide variety of events from both ancient texts and modern usage. First published in 1936, this book is still the foundation used by astrologers to determine optimum electional charts for their clients. It includes chapters and planetary guidelines for personal elections, domestic elections, commerce and finance, business and occupation, friendship, medical elections, houses and property, journeys and messages, games and sports, animals, agriculture and gardening, prisoners and criminals, public affairs, and wars, fights, and lawsuits. Also included are chapters on the general principles of electional astrology, the role of the Moon in electional astrology, planetary hours, and the lunar mansions and aspects.

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