Uranus: The Constant of Change

Uranus: The Constant of Change

uranus-c-cUranus: The Constant of Change is an astrology book for a general audience. It is organized in 3 parts: personal, collective and transpersonal. At the personal level, the natal placement of Uranus manifests in a wide variety of ways. We discuss its connection to all other planets, sign placement and many examples of particularly Uranian individuals. In the collective chapters, many notable Uranian events are explored to reveal just how this revolutionary planet modernizes and shapes our future. Also, Uranus cycles with the other planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune & Pluto) are put forth. These cycles provide us with a telescopic lens to see the sweeping trends of evolution. There is also a chapter on current Uranus activity (particularly the Uranus-Pluto square), and what’s to come. In the transpersonal chapters you’ll learn how Uranus is the behind-the-scenes organizer of our spiritual growth. There is commentary on synchronicities, the intelligence of nature, and the scope of astrology itself. This work also offers exciting new information that helps bridge science to astrology.

One of my favorite parts of the book is Uranian Wisdom and Paradoxes. We are bringing in another dimension (transpersonal) to how we perceive and comprehend the world. As Uranus goes with modernization, paradigm shift and a metaphysical perspective, this book is a handy tool in these times of change.
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  • Intoduction: Shock to the System
  • 1. About Uranus
  • 2. Uranian Contacts with the Planets
  • 3. Uranus in the Signs
  • 4. Uranian Individuals
  • 5. Notable Uranian Events
  • 6. Uranian Cycles
  • 7. What’s Ahead for Uranus?
  • 8. The Spiritual Mind
  • 9. Uranus and Astrology
“Eric Meyers presents a complete mandala of the astrological Uranus: a tool for inner exploration, a guide for predictive trends, or a starting point in historical research. The breadth of scope, and depth of understanding, leads to one of the most comprehensive works devoted to any one astrological symbol. This book provides a wealth of material and insight.”

—Bill Streett