The Imagery of the Zodiac

Frits H. Julius; Translated by Tony Langham and Plym Peters

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Studies the zodiac as an organic whole, before looking at how it impacts human nature and how knowledge of the zodiac can be used to strengthen a community of people.

234 x 156 mm
Floris Books
Astrology & Cosmology
176 pages
Publication date:
25 Nov 1993


Most popular astrology simply tries to link personality types to one particular sign of the zodiac. However, the zodiac is an organic whole whose twelve individual creatures are intimately connected. Frits Julius shows that, by studying the characteristics of the zodiac signs, and contrasting each sign with its opposite, we can gain a much greater insight into their true nature.

He then shows how these characteristics impact on human nature, and presents some fascinating ideas about the psychology of individuals and social groups. Ultimately, he demonstrates how knowledge of the zodiac can be used to positively strengthen a community of people.

Table of Contents

1. The Signs of the Zodiac and Human Consciousness
2. The Difference between Humans and Animals
3. The Constellations in the Seasons
4. The Living Images of the Signs of the Zodiac
5. The Zodiac as the Background to Human Life
6. The Zodiac and the Art of Living
7. The Sun's Annual Path and Human Character
8. The Cosmic Order and the Social Order


Frits H. Julius was a Dutch scientist and Steiner-Waldorf teacher.


Please note: this book is printed to order, and is therefore not returnable (unless faulty).

Also by Frits H. Julius:
Fundamentals for a Phenomenological Study of Chemistry

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