Transits and Solar Returns: An Astrologer’s Guide to Future-proofing Your Life

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Well, It’s been a while, but first, I want to apologise for my lack of posts over the past few weeks. About a month ago I had major surgery having been diagnosed earlier this year with a pre-cancerous gynaecological condition. Following my surgery, the histology report showed my condition had progressed to very early stage cancer – and fortunately it was curable by a total hysterectomy.

So, it turned out I had cancer after all – without knowing it – and when the cancer was confirmed, I had already had the surgery to remove it. I no longer have cancer – what a great thing to be able to say. I feel as though I have had an amazing stroke of luck, however, the surgery has left me physically exhausted and I have had to take a time out to recuperate.

The obvious question to someone with a keen interest…

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Author: starcrazypie

Astrologer, Writer, Dream Analyst

One thought on “Transits and Solar Returns: An Astrologer’s Guide to Future-proofing Your Life”

  1. Transits and Solar Returns is a unique text in its genre, for it allows the reader to evaluate the realism of a method illustrated through several well known events from the execution of Benito Mussolini to the incarceration of Sophia Loren in Italy, including the most important victories of many acclaimed champions of sports. Starting from historical data, Ciro Discepolo explains how and why each event took place. As a best seller in Italy and in France, this book has been reprinted and republished several times in the span of a few years. New, important sections have been added. Its main quality is probably the exposure of a method that any student of astrology – experts as well as beginners – may apply. It aspires to demonstrate that such events as the abysmal fall of famous financiers or the tragic death of the cyclist Marco Pantani can be all explained word for word by the thirty rules written by Ciro Discepolo ; who invites the reader to verify personally (studying events of the future as well as past chronicles) whether those rules match reality or not. The Author has been studying

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