by Donna Cunningham
The Outer Planets and Inner Life, Volume 3: Aspects between the Outer Planets
About this ebook: Some of the most eventful and memorable historical eras happen when two or more of the slow-moving outermost planets—Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, or Pluto—form angles, aspecting one another. We’ll look at several distinct 20th Century eras like the 1960s, the astrological patterns that occurred at that time, and the life-long impact of these outer planet combinations on the lives of people born with them strongly featured in their charts.
The book includes chapters on people born with the Pluto-Uranus conjunction of the 1960s, those with Pluto and Saturn in aspect, those Neptune and Saturn in aspect, and those with Uranus and Neptune in aspect. There is a full chapter on the children born with Uranus and Neptune conjunct during the 1980s-90s.
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158 pages. This pdf ebook is available for instant download.
Proceeds from the sale of this ebook benefit the Donna Cunningham Conference Scholarship fund.
Reviews of The Outer Planets and Inner Life, v.3:
Tony Dickey, at MundaneAstrology.net, says: “Donna Cunningham really nails it with The Outer Planets and Inner Life, V.3. It may be a bit over the head of the novice, but even the motivated among these can gain from reading this work. In a very detailed, but sensible manner, Ms. Cunningham explains how outer planet positions point to the characteristics of various generations and subgenerations.
“What I like best is her employment of charts, tables, and photographs to drive her many points home. This book works as both a one-time read and a long-term reference. I will use it for many years to come, and it has inspired me to apply some of her ideas to other centuries other than the Twentieth.”
Raye Robertson of By Jove Publications says: “Meticulous, but always with a light affable touch, this ebook corrals the mind-boggling complexities of sub-generations, the qualities of any given pair of planets in aspect, characteristics of high profile people born in specific sub- generations, and so on.
“What Donna Cunningham has done so masterfully with her e-book trilogy on the outer planets (and this volume, in particular) is to focus in on how these sub- generations provide the endless variations we see within broader generational themes. Mainstream social analysts, with their focus groups, surveys and think tanks, only wish they had a tool for capturing the insights Cunningham discusses in this book!
“I appreciate the service Cunningham is providing with this feat of organization and insight. She manages to capture so much unwieldy historical and socio-cultural information, show its relevance to the various planetary aspects in play—and make it a delight to read! Her writing is as engaging as ever.”