Astrology charting can be a great way to keep track of your astrological alignments and your moods.
But some people might not want to take their chart reading seriously.
If you’re like us, you’ll want to understand what your astrology charts mean, and how to use them to better align your life.
Read more about the best astrology books for 2017 and 2016.1.
Aries, Aries: A History of Love and Astrology, by Roberta L. K. Lee, and Jodi B. Kowal, authors of Love at Every Turn, published in 2008.
The book includes a great introduction to astrology and its history, and a detailed look at the science behind it.
It’s available at Amazon for $39.99.
The first book by this duo, the author of Love & Astrology: A Beginner’s Guide to Astrology and Love and Relationships, is a companion book to Aries.
It also is available at $39 for both the ebook and paperback.2.
Love in Astrology by Mary G. Schlosser, a new book from The Astrological Association of America.
A companion book for the first book, Love in a New Light, by the same authors.
Schlosseller and Schlossers astrologist Mary Schlossner will tell you the science, history, psychology, and science-based astrology you need to know.
It will be published by The Astrology Society, which is part of the Astrology Business.3.
Astrology for the Smart Person, by Elizabeth M. Miller, author of The Astrologer’s Guide.
The Astralist’s Guide is a free book for anyone interested in astrology.
It has a very nice section on astrology for people who don’t have much experience with astrology, but for those who do, it will be a good resource for learning about how to make astrology a useful part of your life and career.4.
The Complete Astrology Companion, by James R. Tatum, published by Ballantine Books.
This book is a good read for people interested in finding out more about astrology or how to interpret it.
The author, a professor at the University of North Carolina, has written several books on astrologie and astrology (including The Astrometer’s Guide), and he has a number of books coming out in the future.5.
The Love of Astrology—the Definitive Guide, by David R. Miller and Elizabeth L. G. Rabe, co-authors of The Love in the Sky, published this year.
This is a comprehensive guide that will teach you all about astrology, how to read it, and what to look for in an astrologue.
It is available for free online and will be available for purchase on December 8, 2017 at Barnes & Noble.6.
Love and the Science of Astrologie, by Paul L. Rutter, and Linda Rutter.
Rube is a leading astrologer and astrolabologist and a frequent contributor to The Astronomical Society of America’s Astrology magazine.
Ruttles book has a lot of astrology information, including what you need and don’t need to do to interpret astrology as you read it.7.
Astrologic Handbook, by Michael A. Condon, Astrology Journal editor, published 2016.
The astrologiic book has an extensive section on the science of astrolognomy.
It comes with over 700 illustrations and a variety of exercises, both to improve your reading and to get you excited about astralgic.8.
The Secret of Love: Astrology 101, by Lizzie B. Meeks, published 2015.
This new book will teach astrologs readers how to find their personal values and alignments.
It includes a discussion of what it means to be an astrologist and how it relates to the scientific method.9.
The Art of Astrologying, by Stephen A. Scholes, author and astrologing guru, published 2017.
This one is a must-have book for astrologers who are interested in making astrology more scientific and practical.
Schols book is available online for $49.99, or it is also available in paperback for $29.99 for both editions.10.
Astrologing 101, The Art & Science of Alignment, by John W. Kopp, published 2018.
This series of books is a nice introduction to the science and science of alignment.
It covers topics from alignment to astroligies, to horoscopes, to alignments, and to a lot more.11.
Astrophysiology: Understanding the Origin of the World and Its Mysteries, by Dr. R. Ransom G. Johnson, published 2019.
This collection of books on the evolution of the cosmos is a wonderful resource to astrologists.
Johnson’s books on human origins and cosmology