An Introduction to Western Sidereal Astrology
Western sidereal astrology is based on the Babylonian sidereal zodiac, the original zodiac. In this easy to read book, Kenneth Bowser shows the western astrologer how to use the sidereal zodiac for accurate astrological interpretations. Both professional astrologers and students will appreciate the clear and helpful delineation of the planets, signs, houses and aspects as they appear in the sidereal chart.
Primary Directions and the Horoscope of the United States
This book reveals a time for the U.S. chart that has passed every rigorous test applied against it to date—and it may be based on an eye-witness account. Primary directions, one of the most accurate timing tools in astrology, were used by ancient and medieval astrologers. Using this technique, Kenneth Bowser has found the primary direction pattern that corresponds to the historical events of our country—the Civil War, Women's Suffrage, our victory in WWII, the Civil Rights Movement and more.
The Western Sidereal Interpretation Workbook
In An Introduction to Western Sidereal Astrology, Kenneth Bowser presents the basics of western sidereal astrology—the history and rationale, the stars, planets, signs, houses, aspects and planet combinations. In The Western Sidereal Interpretation Workbook, he shows you how to apply this knowledge to the art of chart interpretation. In this step-by-step workbook, Ken will guide you through the interpretation of 25 horoscopes.
Zodiacs Old and New
A Probe Into Antiquity and What Was Found
Edited and Introduced
by Kenneth Bowser
Zodiacs Old and New
Often called the "father of western sidereal astrology," Cyril Fagan (1896-1970) was one of the finest astrologers of the 20th century. A great astrological scholar, brilliant technician and extraordinary interpreter, he left behind an important legacy for the astrological world. His first book, Zodiacs Old and New, published in 1950, has long been out of print. The new edition will include new information and commentary by Kenneth Bowser.
Cyril Fagan's Solunars, Volume I
"Solunars" was the monthly column on western sidereal astrology that Cyril Fagan wrote for American Astrology Magazine. These articles, which ran from 1953 until his death in 1970, have been called “the greatest astrology book ever written.” We recently secured the rights to this material and will publish these articles in a series of four books.