Our Birth on Earth

Our Birth on Earth

by David Stubbs

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 01/09/2009

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"Reflections of the Moon" presents the Moon's necessary role in the birth process. A key property, possessed by life-chemical compounds, of rotating a particular form of light to the left, could link with the Moon's, and Earth's spin, directions. Simple hands and face analogies assist appreciation. Then we relate Astrology to Science, summarise its supporting scientific evidence, and show how to carry it out. Following a short history of life on Earth and its prime causes we briefly show astrology's contribution to characterising consciousness. A presentation of "The Pre-Natal Epoch" and "The Ideal Birth Moment" completes the reader's preparation to examine: - The method for determining Ideal Birth Moments for two, premature babies that is described fully. - Ancestors' characters, determined astrologically, that will fill out family-history's framework. - Lines of descent and single generations to provide a base for Astrogenealogy. - Individuals' Moon positions that could well connect them to those of others within a line of female descent. The book's purpose comprises the presentation of this new study of natal, astrological research. Exciting enthusiasm among readers should encourage some to explore the rich vein of astrological opportunities opened out in the book.
ISBN:
9781425185886
9781425185886
Category:
Astrology
Format:
Paperback / softback
Publication Date:
01-09-2009
Publisher:
Trafford Publishing
Country of origin:
Canada
Pages:
100
Dimensions (mm):
210x280x5mm
Weight:
0.25kg
David Stubbs

David Stubbs is a British author and music journalist. Alongside Simon Reynolds, he was one of the co-founders of the Oxford magazine Monitor before going on to join the staff at Melody Maker.

He later worked for NME, Uncut and Vox, as well as The Wire. His work has appeared in The Times, The Sunday Times, Spin, The Guardian, The Quietus and GQ.

He has written a number of books, including a song by song profile of Jimi Hendrix and Fear Of Music: Why People Get Rothko But Don't Get Stockhausen, a comparative study of 20th century avant garde music and art. He currently lives in London.

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