Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Eclipse Charts 1750-2200 by Michael Erlewine




In the long history of astronomy eclipses are perhaps the preeminent celestial phenomena, visually striking in their effect and witnessed by all humanity. It is no wonder that astrology, the cultural form of astronomy, has built up a long history on the lore of the eclipse and what they mean for nations and in natal charts of individuals. This book is intended to make information on recent eclipses, at least from 1750 A.D. to 2200 A.D. available and includes 2145 separate eclipses, each drawn out on a 360-degree open chart wheel, plus Sun, Moon, planets, and lunar node listed in degrees, zodiac sign, and minutes. Also listed: ecliptic latitudes for all bodies and geographic coordinates of maximum eclipse.



 













 

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