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on February 20, 2003
Well written, but lacking in particulars like planets in houses, specific aspects, ect. He doesn't make a distinction between a square and opposition, he just calls them 'dynamic.' While both aspects to tend to be aversive, they are aversive in different ways. Nevertheless, Arroyo is a talented astrolger, and I especially like the footnotes he included in this book, which refer you to other books he has found helpful in his studies. The books he recommends treat the topics he presnts in a general manner in a much nore specific way. There is no denying there is much relevant knowledge here, and that makes this book a quick read that wasn't expensive, either.