The Astrology of 2018 – The Year of the Dog and its Master: Your Cosmic GPS for Navigating the Astrological Trends of the Year Ahead.



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Chart your year and plan the next 12 months with this essential astrological guide that combines Kabbalah, Astrology and Mythology. The first part of the book provides you with an outlook of the year 2018 while the second part details the astrological trends for each zodiac sign.

2018 promises to be an explosive year. It is neither calm nor peaceful. It is like a hyperactive dog that can’t stay still and needs long walks in the park. Well, that is an optimistic and nice way of looking at what is happening in the Year of the Earth Dog. We have 5 eclipses instead of the usual 4; we have 3 Mercury retrogrades; but we also have Mars retrograding for two months (June 26 – August 27) and Venus retrograding (October 6 – November 16). To make it even more complicated, we will have the last Mercury retrograde start right on the day Venus ends her retrograde motion. It means over two months of confusion and disarray. Also, the second eclipse this year falls right on the Chinese New Year (February 15). Whenever an eclipse occurs on a birthday or a beginning of a year, it makes the year far more volatile. To top it all, the year starts on a full moon. It is far more auspicious to bring something to a closure on a full moon, rather than begin.
If 2018 is the Year of the Dog, then we are talking about a pit-bull rather than a docile poodle.

Gahl E. Sasson is a leading astrologer and public speaker. His book on Kabbalah was endorsed by HH the 14th Dalai Lama. His book on Astrology was dubbed the GPS of the soul. He teachers and gives readings for over 20 years in the USA, South America, Mexico, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Spain, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Israel, Turkey and Bulgaria. He currently lives in Los Angeles.