The Outer Planets and Their Cycles: The Astrology of the Collective (英語) ペーパーバック – 1996/5/1
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2018年2月20日 - (Amazon.com)
I like L. Greene's prose. Well written. I don't necessarily agree with all of her statements. She expounds that Hitler and Nazi Germany weren't responsible with what happened. The OUTER planets were responsible- in Hitler's horoscope and Germany as a nation, which they acted accordingly according to the dictates of the ruling planet at that time. It IS possible. It sort of makes sense. I don't know. A must for astrology. A classic!
2013年1月19日 - (Amazon.com)
This book is fascinating and a must for understanding the outer planets for any astrologer. It gives a deeper insight to the planetary aspects that affect generations and individuals. A must for anyone practicing astrology. Excellent writing. Product was in the condition claimed by the seller, was shipped promptly and I recommend seller highly.
2015年3月28日 - (Amazon.com)
Collectively fascinating planets
2004年8月24日 - (Amazon.com)
Another gem from psychological astrologer, Liz Greene! First written in 1980, you can see the gestation of ideas developed in her later books. With rare sensitivity and psychological understanding, she here discusses outer planet effects in mundane, political astrology, with a focus on the charts of Marx, Lenin, Hitler and the (former) USSR. She predicts with clarity the then-upcoming events of the late 80s/early 90s, namely the breakdown of the USSR. Along the way are various gems of insight into the psychology of individuals and the meanings of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. Indeed, one of Greene (a-la-Jung)'s insights is the increasing "psychologization" of the human psyche and its historical influence on astrology: we need not be victims of literalism any longer. Another key point is that the outer planets, because they move so slowly through the sky (e.g., Uranus spends 7 years in a single sign), characterize whole generations rather than individuals. Before reading this book, this perspective somewhat puzzled me. After all, I (like everyone else) still have Pluto Neptune & Uranus operating in my natal chart-- particularly so during the midlife transition-yet not everyone in my generation has had the same life-experiences as I. Green's solution is to view the outer planets as representing impersonal contents of the Jungian collective unconscious. Some individuals, by virtue of outer planet aspects, are deeply attuned to the forces of the collective unconscious. Such individuals, like Marx, give expression to the unarticulated urges or intentions represented in the cosmos to whole generations, who then resonate to their message like an astrological zeitgeist. Astrological understanding can help us gain perspective on ourselves as individuals, as well as on our collective life, which allows us to work through issues psychologically rather than enacting them literally. Like some of her other books, this one is the transcription of a lecture series, with intelligent questions from the audience and Greene's fruitful, thought-provoking answers. Shortcomings include the lack of index or bibliography. But this is a small price to pay to attend a lecture by perhaps our greatest contemporary psychological astrologer. Not to be missed.