Recommended books

 

The following list contains recommended books per module (books highlighted in red are compulsory for those wishing to take a Certification Exam).

Module 1: Basic Principles & Evolutionary Axis

  • Mark Jones, Healing the Soul
  • Mark Jones, The Soul Speaks
  • Jeffrey Green, Pluto Vol.1: the Evolutionary Journey of the Soul
  • Roger Woolger, Other Lives, Other Selves: a Jungian Psychotherapist Discovers Past Lives
  • Peter Levine, Waking the Tiger
  • Robert Schwartz, Your Soul´s Plan
  • Steven Forrest, Inner Sky (for those wishing to acquire a basic knowledge of astrology)
  • Carol Bowman, Children´s Past Lives
  • Michael De Baker, Intercepted Signs: Encoded Messages from the Soul

Module 2: Working therapeutically with the Moon and its Nodes, Evolutionary Axis: Special Placements, the Planetary Method

  • Mark Jones, Healing the Soul
  • Mark Jones, The Soul Speaks
  • Roger Woolger, Other Lives, Other Selves: a Jungian Psychotherapist Discovers Past Lives
  • Jeffrey Wolf Green, Essays on Evolutionary Astrology (edited by Deva Green)
  • Insights into Evolutionary Astrology (compilation of EA texts, edited by Rose Marcus)
  • Jeffrey Wolf Green & Steven Forrest, Measuring the Night (Vol. 1 & 2)
  • Robert Schwartz, Your Soul’s Gift
  • Michael De Baker, Intercepted Signs: Encoded Messages from the Soul

Background information (biographies, Netflix documentaries, etc.) for charts discussed in Module 2 (and, in four cases, also in Module 3):

  1. Jaycee Lee Dugard, A Stolen Life (Dugard recounting her 18-year ordeal). Under the magnifying glass in Module 3 (Planetary Method, Aspect Analysis, Transits & Progressions) and therefore important. 
  2. Jeff Guinn, The Life and Times of Charles Manson (By far the best biography to date of this notorious killer/cultist. Fascinating portrayal also of L.A. in the sixties & seventies, hippie culture in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, the acid culture, etc. ).
  3. Edward Snowden, Permanent Record (Autobiography. A key memoir of our digital age and Snowden’s role in it). Under the magnifying glass in Module 3 (Planetary Method, Aspect Analysis, Transits & Progressions) and therefore important. 
  4. Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, The Story of Alice (a biography which unravels the private person Charles Dodgson hiding behind the facade of the public persona of Lewis Carroll. Key in understanding Dodgson’s fascination – some biographers would say obsession – with the nude, female child form)
  5. What happened Miss Simone? (Netflix documentary telling the story of legendary singer and activist Nina Simone. Never-before-heard recordings, rare archival footage and her best-known songs). Under the magnifying glass in Module 3 (Planetary Method, Aspect Analysis, Transits & Progressions) and therefore important. 
  6. Asne Seierstad, One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway. (Account of how evil grows inside a person and how it eventually erupts into an otherwise apparently harmonious society)
  7.  22 July, (Netflix documentary depicting Norway’s deadliest attack since World War II. Right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik first killed eight people in Oslo on July 22, 2011, before traveling to Utoya Island outside of Oslo and systematically murdering dozens of youngsters gahered there at a Labor Party Youth Camp).
  8. Anthony Summers, Richard Nixon: The Arrogance of Power (544-page report on the depth and length of Nixon’s nefariousness). Under the magnifying glass in Module 3 (Planetary Method, Aspect Analysis, Transits & Progressions) and therefore important. 

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