Astrology and the Archetypal Power of Numbers, Part Two (Paperback)

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The Pythagoreans understood numbers to be at the very heart of the evolutionary process by which the manifest world is infused with Divine Intelligence. Their approach to the study of numbers – called arithmology – was illuminated and updated for contemporary consideration in Part One of this two-volume series. In Part Two, the author shows how the evolutionary psychology of numbers – as understood by the arithmologists – is reflected astrologically within the charts of dozens of individual case studies and world events.

About the Author

Joe Landwehr is an astrologer (trained as a psychotherapist) with 45+ years experience, 4 astrology/spiritual psychology books to his credit, plus numerous articles for The Mountain Astrologer and other astrological publications. He's spoken at conferences, and teaches an annual workshop in Canada called Tracking the Soul, based on his second book.

Praise For…

The book’s author is one of the few who has the intelligence and commitment to rescue the invaluable kerygmas of the Great Wisdom Traditions that modernist and post-modernist perspectives have all but have erased from contemporary minds. He legitimizes the core ideas in astrology and numbers as archetypes by interfacing them with his profound knowledge of several schools of psychology, Eastern religions, mythology, awareness of environmental issues and courageous self-exploration. Landwehr not only displays a wide range of speculation, he is a superb discursive writer.

Dr. Rockey Robbins, Program Director, Dept. of Educational Psychology, University of Oklahoma – Norman

Product Details
ISBN: 9780974762630
Publisher: Ancient Tower Press
Publication Date: June 15th, 2018
Pages: 651

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