How would you like a sneak preview of global astrological trends for 2005?
Spanning diverse topics like entertainment, finance, religion, homeland security, fashion and Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Llewellyn's Starview Almanac 2005 provides detailed (but jargon-free!) predictions from the world's top astrologers.
In addition to giving you the scoop on weather trends, global hot spots, the 2005 American presidency and healthcare, this information-packed almanac also provides weekly horoscopes for 2005. You'll be able to track how the stars will affect your work gauge and love gauge, as well as the Signs to avoid and attract. The handy horoscope format functions as a planner, so there's plenty of room for you to jot down transits, appointments, and daily insights.
Some of the fascinating articles in this new offering by Llewellyn include:
Alan Greenspan: Rock Star of Finance by Dorothy J. Kovach
Yikes! Mercury Is Retrograde by Nina Lee Braden
What Will Amuse Us In 2005? by Sally Cragin
Fashion: What The Stars Say We'll Wear In 2005 by Kris Brandt Riske
Essential Liberty by Susan Thompson
My favorite article in this book is The Age Of Pisces: Its Impact On Religion by Madalyn Hillis-Dineen, which follows the transits of Uranus and Pluto throughout the centuries, and how those transits have influenced Christian clergy, laity, and doctrine.
This refreshing book coaxes astrology out of the stellar halls of esoterica and into the realms of pop culture, politcal climates, NASCAR, and economics. Thoroughly entertaining and insightful, I highly recommend Llewellyn's 2005 Starview Almanac.