Pocket Astrologer® 2010

$7.95

Jim Maynard’s Pocket Astrologer® is the most popular, most used astrological calendar in the world.

The Pocket Astrologer® is basically a pocket-sized version of our wall calendar, the Celestial Influences® . Pocket Astrologer includes a basic introduction to astrology and information on how to use the calendar, easy to understand explanations are listed for the moon, including void of course information, and the influences of the moon as it travels through the different zodiac signs and phases. A summary is given for each of the major planets and their influences as they interact with each other and the signs of the zodiac are described in detail.

Pocket Astrologer® has full color illustrations and the zodiac months are highlighted with a color tint.

Pocket Astrologer® includes January and February 2011, an abbreviated ephemeris next to each zodiac illustration, a full ephemeris on pages following the calendar pages, an asteroid ephemeris, a table of sunrises and sunsets, and a chart blank.

4¼ x 5½ inches, 64 pages, full color illustrations and cover.
ISBN Eastern: 978-1-935482-02-4     Pacific: 978-1-935482-03-1        $6.95

2010 version

SKU: 2010PA. Category: .

Product Description

Jim Maynard’s Pocket Astrologer is the most popular, most used astrological calendar in the world.
The Pocket Astrologer is basically a pocket-sized version of our wall calendar, the Celestial Influences. Pocket Astrologer includes a basic introduction to astrology and information on how to use the calendar, easy to understand explanations are listed for the moon, including void of course information, and the influences of the moon as it travels through the different zodiac signs and phases. A summary is given for each of the major planets and their influences as they interact with each other and the signs of the zodiac are described in detail.
Pocket Astrologer has full color illustrations and the zodiac months are highlighted with a color tint.
Pocket Astrologer includes an abbreviated ephemeris next to each zodiac illustration, a full ephemeris on pages following the calendar pages, an asteroid ephemeris, a table of sunrises and sunsets, and a chart blank.
4¼ x 5½ inches, 64 pages, full color illustrations and cover.