Medical Astrology in Action, by award winning, internationally recognized author Hill, is the only book in print exclusively devoted to the distinctly physical and medical impacts of the transiting Sun, Moon, planets and Lunar Nodes upon the natal chart. This is a practical repertory, useful for both natal and transit charts. Hill's liberal inclusion of Field Notes, Herbal Tips, and Surgical Notes makes for delectable reading. All major aspects are discussed, with an emphasis on conjunctions. Illuminating entry chapters explain and demonstrate "aspect mechanics" and other fine details of chart interpretation. The popular author packs her lifetime of experience and vast knowledge into this significant work, comprising a dramatic advance in the state of the art. Foreword by renowned Herbalist, Matthew Wood, AHG, MSc. No fluff or padding here; this book is all depth! Suitable for students of astrology and professionals alike. Beautifully illustrated by the author.
Health - A holistic approach to medical astrology. Eileen Nauman, inventor of the Med-Scan Technique, explores medical astrology through signs, planets and aspects. She makes the complex simple for anyone to understand and utilize.ÿ - Astrology - Part I is the medical astrology guide. Seven case histories show the efficacy of medical astrology in action and how it can help not only the patient, but the medical doctor and health practitioner as well. Medical transits are discussed in detail.ÿ - Nutrition - Part II is a guide to nutrition. Information on vitamins, mineral, homeopathy, the endocrine system and Bach Flower Remedies empowers the reader to find everything in one book. A glossary of medical terms is included.ÿ Her web site, www.medicinegarden.com, has many more articles on medical astrology, information on flower and gems essences and other related fields of interest.
A complete detailed guide to ancient and classical medical astrology. Includes diagnosis, surgery dates, onset patterns, antidotes, death transits, the four elements and the three modes, effects of planets and lunar nodes in all signs. The Planetary Health Chart and nine key points of health assessment. Few books ever written in this field are as useful to the student.
This is one of the most sophisticated medical astrology books ever written. Many of the finer points are dealt with. You know the head is ruled by Aries, but did you know the nasal bones are co-ruled by Scorpio? There are references to Vedic principles. A helpful diagram explains the subtle division of the urinary tract between Libra and Scorpio. Rulerships are given not only for areas of the body and its organs, but also for bones, muscles, arteries and veins. Terminology in the book is modern. Gemini's rulership of muscles includes the deltoid, biceps, supinator radii, subclavians, triceps, serratus anticus minor, pectoralis, palmaris, etc. Many chapters are unique, such as Chapter 5, on crystallization, and Chapter 6, on tonicity, atonicity, and perversion. This chapter also tells how pairs of planets mirror each other: Sun/Moon, Mars/Saturn, Jupiter/Venus, Uranus/Neptune, with Mercury as a receiver. Chapter 11 concerns many different kinds of planetary strengths, among them, aspect strength, mundane strength, natural strength (the planet in its natal sign) and directional strength. Chapter 13 gives astrological indicators for some specific diseases, a foretaste of what Charles Carter would expand upon in his famous Encyclopaedia of Psychological Astrology. This book was originally published as Alan Leo's Astrological Manual No. 9 in 1908. This is the second edition of 1914. There are references in this book to other books in the Alan Leo series, dealing with chart construction. This book is highly recommended by H.L. Cornell in his Encyclopaedia of Medical Astrology. Heinrich Daath's Medical Astrology is part of a comprehensive series of classic astro-medical texts published by Astrology Classics. Other books in the series include: - Joseph Blagrave: Astrological Practice of Physick, 1671 C.E.O. Carter: An Encyclopaedia of Psychological Astrology, 1954 H.L. Cornell: Encyclopaedia of Medical Astrology, 1933 Nicholas Culpeper: Astrological Judgement of Diseases from the Decumbiture of the Sick, 1655, and, Urinalia, 1658 Richard Saunders: The Astrological Judgement and Practice of Physick, 1677 Luke Broughton: The Elements of Astrology, 1898
"A Treatise on Medical Astrology" by Frederick Russell White. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
This book is a discussion of how the signs of the zodiac influence our health. It covers the five elements and how they balance, how sun signs relate to the elements, the parts of the body and diseases associated with each sun sign, visualisations and exercises to help with healing, herbal medicine, and medical astrology in action.
An esoteric exposition of medical and natal astrology explaining the arts of prediction and diagnosis of disease. This book is the prefect textbook for any person interested in astrology. From the signs to the nature of the planets and from the secrets of the sun and the moon to the art of reading the horoscope - Heindel shows it all.
Renew your sense of purpose to achieve health and happiness with this actionable guide that incorporates astrology, integrative wellness, and positive psychology - from a renowned astrologer and integrative health practitioner. There's much more to astrology than weekly horoscopes, personality types, and predictions for the future. For astrologer and transformational coach Jennifer Racioppi and her clients, it is a guide to living in sync with the natural rhythms of the universe to achieve optimal health and astonishing success. Cosmic Health provides a groundbreaking cross-disciplinary approach to cultivating physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being. By honoring your individuality, your role in the universe, nature, and the seasonality of life, you will be armed with the knowledge-and magic-you need to cultivate uncompromising health. Inside this book, you'll learn to: * Open yourself up to the big-picture patterns that influence you-the daily, seasonal, and monthly cycles that govern your biology-and leverage those patterns for conscious action, growth, success, and a thriving life. * Decode the planets and their cycles to get a precise blueprint of your evolving emotional, physical, and spiritual health needs-like how to exercise for vitality, cultivate your purpose, tackle obstacles, and skillfully care for your emotional needs. * Support your specific astrological makeup and goals with healing rituals that serve as sacred medicine, enriching your spiritual connections. * Develop a rock-solid understanding of the connection between astrology, health, and evidence-based personal-development practices so you can nurture your resilience, elevate your well-being, and realize your heart's desires. * Learn to view health and life challenges as a threshold to self-actualization. * Put your intuition and self-knowledge at the heart of your quest for health. Join the thousands of others who have used this body of work to transform their lives into fulfilling and multidimensional reflections of their Cosmic Health.
The opening studies in this volume, on the revival of Galenic medicine in Continental Europe, provide the context for its focus - England in the 17th century. The author covers the discovery of the circulation of the blood, but it is the underlying components of health and medicine that form the subjects of this book. It deals, notably, with the strong link then perceived between health and the environment, perhaps even more present in people's minds than today, with the relationship between medicine and religion, and with medical ethics. Further studies discuss the provision made for the sick poor, the popularisation of medicine, and the epistemological basis of learned or university based medicine. A theme throughout is the range of treatments available in the 'medical marketplace' of the 17th century, from wise women to learned physicians.