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by John B. West,Jan Gerhard Toonder

Author: John B. West,Jan Gerhard Toonder
Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
Language: English
Publisher: Penguin Books; New Edition edition (September 30, 1973)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Spirituality
Rating: 4.3
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The Case for Astrology Paperback – September 1, 1973.

The Case for Astrology Paperback – September 1, 1973. by John B. West (Author), Jan Gerhard Toonder (Author). This book is really two arguments in one: the actual case for why astrology shouldn't be dismissed immediately (around the second half of the book) and in defense of The Mars Effect and Gauquelin (a little after the first half of the book). Specifically the reason I can't give a fifth star is because, to me, it's hard to pinpoint and keep track of specific arguments in support of astrology. They're kind of strewn about tangents and rationalism put downs.

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The case for astrology. by. West, John Anthony; Toonder, Jan Gerhard, 1914-. New York, Coward-McCann. ark:/13960/t1mh17t2t. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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This defence of astrology is written by a self-confessed believer of astrology. John is at his best when demolishing the arguments of those who would have you believe the world is spiritually flat. Unfortunately his often scathing tone can get right annoying after a while.

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Jan Gerhard Toonder: Astrological Article and Chart. You will find below the horoscope of Jan Gerhard Toonder with his interactive chart, an excerpt of his astrological portrait and his planetary dominants. Jan Gerhard Toonder Birth data and astrological dominants. Remove from favourites (2 fans).

Toonder, Jan Gerhard. business associate/partner relationship with West, John Anthony (born 9 July 1932)

Toonder, Jan Gerhard. Jan Gerhard Toonder natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) natal chart with Whole Sign houses. Toonder, Jan Gerhard. His book, "A Case for Astrology" with A. West was translated and published in Dutch as "Het astrologisch argument" in 1971. He also appeared several times on TV, with Helene Koppejan in January 1976. He died on 25 August 1992. business associate/partner relationship with West, John Anthony (born 9 July 1932). friend relationship with Bulthuis, Rico (born 27 August 1911). Notes: both missed a father and were withdrewn as children.

This defence of astrology is written by a self-confessed believer of astrology. It discusses the history and principles of astrology by refuting the numerous objections against it, surveying the evidence of astrology, chronicling how this evidence has provoked lies and double standards from the scientific community and concludes that the case for astrology is irrefutable. The book argues that astrology has two central premises - that correlations exist between celestial and terrestrial events and that correspondences exist between the positions of the planets at birth and the human personality.