Whether you only know your sun sign or have begun to calculate natal charts, astrology books offer a wealth of knowledge. Astrology is a complex discipline that starts with the signs of the zodiac and also includes concepts such as aspects, cusps, elements, houses, and transits. If you want to go beyond reading your horoscope today, consider reading one or more of these astrology books or get a reading from an expert astrologer at California Psychics.
The Best Astrology Books for Beginners
Beginners can appreciate books that lay out the dates and traits associated with the signs of the zodiac, provide methods for calculating moon and ascendant signs and define other important concepts. Many general astrology books have beautiful designs that reward interest in this fascinating discipline. The concepts introduced in these books may also make it possible to get more out of astrological or tarot card psychic readings.
A general overview such as “The Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need” by Joanna Martine Woolfolk or “Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Astrology: The Easy Way To Learn Astrology” by Kris Brandt Riske M.A. can be useful for providing an introduction to this discipline. If you want to start calculating your natal chart, consider using a guide such as “Astrology for Yourself: A Workbook for Personal Transformation” by Douglas Bloch and Demetra George. Once you have grasped the basics, you may want to continue to learn more about the zodiac and specific astrological concepts through more in-depth study.
Learn More With Books for Zodiac Lovers
Intermediate students of astrology and zodiac enthusiasts may enjoy the clear explanations and inviting design of general guides but are likely to want more substance and nuance. One of the best books for gaining deeper knowledge is “Parkers’ Astrology: The Definitive Guide To Using Astrology In Every Aspect of Your Life” by Julia and Derek Parker. Other books go into greater depth with regard to zodiac signs and astrological concepts such as houses.
Learn more about the signs of the zodiac from a book that focuses on this subject such as “The Signs: Decode the Stars, Reframe Your Life” by Carolyne Faulkner. The book “The Twelve Houses: Exploring the Houses of the Horoscope” by Howard Sasportas is an accessible explanation of a concept that poses challenges to many amateur astrologers.
Trust the Expertise of Trained Astrologers
While books can be helpful for learning about astrology, you may not gain as much insight into your own life as you could be conversing with a trained astrologer. A psychic reader who has a background in this discipline can help you make sense of the significance of your sign, houses, and other aspects of your natal chart that could otherwise remain opaque even after you gain a basic comprehension of these concepts.
The more you know about astrology, the more you are likely to get out of a reading done by a specialist. Becoming more familiar with zodiac signs and other astrological ideas can increase your comprehension when working on your own natal chart or seeking insight through psychic readings.