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Personally, I expect something that resembles certainty if it’s novel and I’m asked to live by it. My initial impression of astrology was that it contained no truth whatsoever. Oct 14, Mitzi rated it it was ok Shelves: His knowledge of history and the most important, game-changing books written over time’s past, leaves you breathless.
Cosmos y psique
I will re-read the first part of the book sometime, as that was a very interesting background discussion, but I was not too impressed with the remaining sections, hence my grading of this book as average. Feb 23, Dawn Matarese rated it it was amazing.
Then he delivers g basics on astrology and a renewed vision of cosmology. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? One idea that Tarnas mentions early on is the concept that each moment is imbued with peique certain ‘quality’ that can be discerned often after-the-factand I’ve been thinking about that recently–why did 2 people, just the other day, both tell me separately that they had the same song stuck in their head?
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It will stand over time with the seminal expressions of the human spirit. I found this book enlightening and mind expanding bringing insights on world history, philiosophy, the arts and cultural developments over the course of western histrory. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. I’m embarrassed that I read it. As I was saying, I’m not sure if I found the answers I was looking for about how greater powers control my destiny, but I did learn a whole lot of telling factoids and big pictures about the history of art, politics, science, and religion, and in a way that felt creative and kept me engaged and guessing–for that alone I’d easily recommend this book.
I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? It can wait a century for a reader, as God himself has waited six thousand years for a witness. He does however prove conclusively that a worldview that continues to ignore the cosmos is errant, in that earth and humanity represent such a tiny fraction of the cosmos and are simultaneously totally unique and unlike anything else within observation, that it is impossible to say that an understanding of reality made from earth and by a human cannot even come close to representing a cosmic worldview.
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If you pardon me, I shall rejoice; if you reproach me, I shall endure. The Transformation of the Cosmos Vosmos the scientific age dawned, Man was at the centre of the Universe. Nov 22, Abner Rosenweig rated it it was ok.
Understanding the past, creating the future Observations on future planetary alignments Sources of the world order Epilogue Notes Sources Acknowledgments Index If what he claims is true, it would be something beautiful. Jul 15, Greg Tilden cosms it it was amazing. Nov 06, A. However, I felt that at a certian point, he’d pointed out so many synchronist examples and pointed out the ambivalent archetypal connections of so many events that it lost all meaning.
Mar 30, Christopher Miller rated it it was amazing. I think this book is going to change the world. It combines impeccably meticulous scholarship and extraordinary clarity of thinking and writing with deep creative vision.
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I must note that I got bogged down toward the end. In the process, he combines a historical time frame the synchronic with the diachronic sweep of time through the lens of the alignment of the outer planets. However, he then tries psuque further advance his argument by putting forward evidence he has gathered over the years concerning correlations between cosmox planets, especially Uranus and Pluto, and key developments in history and the achievements of historical figures; for example, Melville wrote Moby Dick during a particular phase of the Saturn-Pluto cycle.
Nevertheless, the type of astrology in “Cosmos and Psyche” appears to ;sique entirely valid, and the author supports all of his ideas and conclusions with an abundance of convincing evidence. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
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My review of this book fails to do justice to the amazing information this book contains. May 06, Will rated it liked it Recommends it for: Lastly, this guy loves the word multivalent. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Astrology versus Astronomy That change was the reason that Astronomy became the primary scientific focus and Astrology got relegated to a pseudo-science.
I struggled here but decided to go on; our way of seeing a disenchanted universe is overwhelmingly obvious to most of us, of course, but just what if this objectified world as we know it has a soul?
His argument is that up till the Enlightenment we lived in a world in which we were a part of a larger whole, which meant among other things that meaning was objective. He cites examples throughout time of how the stars manifested in the human psyche via the natal chart and how the world was affected. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Sure, trying to make a serious case for the cyclical positioning of the planets as having an intermediary influence upon the terrestrial course of events seems loopy and absurd in this, our high tide of technocultural rationalism – but full marks to Tarnas both for having the sheer balls to publish this obvious labour of love and for refusing to back down from the implications of his own argument.
This will be a book for the ages. The parable of the Two Suitors is where the reader realizes that they’re either in or tarnaz willing to suspend the imagination and consider this woowoo worldview or not. Jul 27, Brandon Peele fosmos it really liked it. A compelling analysis of historical cycles and human development. May 28, Todd B Stevens rated it really liked it Recommends it for: