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March 23, 2007
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BEGINNERS BOOKS
DE FOUW H & SVOBODA R
Light on Life £12/$21 PB

One of the most highly respected introductory books on Vedic Astrology. Hart de Fouw runs his own astrology school in California and Robert Svoboda is widely known for his skill in Ayurveda. 438 pages
DREYER R G
Vedic Astrology £14.99 PB

A good general introduction to Vedic Astrology by a well-known teacher from the USA.
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FRAWLEY D
Astrology of the Seers £14.99 PB

A well-known work by the former president of the American Council of Vedic Astrology. Broad introduction to the whole subject of Vedic studies as well as a good introduction to Astrology including chapters on Ayurveda, psychology, remedies and worship/meditation. 283 pages
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KAPOOR G S
Learn Astrology the Easy Way £7.50/$13 HB £5/$9 PB

This book squeezes the whole of the astrology to be learnt into just over 60 pages, (plus 30 pages on how to manually construct a chart), necessarily ignoring a number of matters and presenting others too briefly for easy comprehension. It then uses 150 pages for advice on interpretation. First part is inadequate; second part is a good pocket-sized reference manual. 247 pages

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LEVACY W
Beneath a Vedic Sky £16/$29 PB

Excellent introduction to Vedic Astrology by the head of the American College of Vedic Astrology. Includes free trial CD of Goravani software.


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SUTTON K
Essentials of Vedic Astrology £13.99 PB

A very easy to read introductory book by one of the founders of the British Association for Vedic Astrology. The final chapter is an example of the methods given applied to the chart of Prince William. 333 pages.


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WILHELM E
Vault of the Heavens £22.00 HB

This has a claim - hotly contested of course - to be the best of the introductory books available. It is certainly a very good introduction to the science and goes into considerable detail. Also the book itself is very well produced. 370 pages
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