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18 Libras

Libra 2009
by Margarete Beim

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA

Libra (Super Horoscopes 2011)
by Margarete Beim

The most comprehensive day-by-day predictions on the market.

Every day, people depend on their horoscopes for a glimpse of what’s to come-and Berkley’s Super Horoscopes offer the predictions that readers are searching for. With special sections on the history and uses of astrology, these updated books will reveal exactly what the future holds.

Each sign includes:

?Detailed yearly and daily forecasts

?Rising signs

?Lucky numbers

?Cusp born and cusp dates

?Signs of the zodiac

?Character analysis

?Love, romance, and marriage compatibility guide

?Moon tables

?Planting and fishing guides

?Influence of the Sun, Moon, and planets

?Famous personalities


Total Horoscopes 2003: Libra
by none

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.

Sydney Omarr’s Day-By-Day Astrological Guide for the Year 2009: Libra
by Trish MacGregor, Carol Tonsing

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA

Starstruck
by Gwenyth Luptak

Gwenyth Luptak’s Starstruck offers a simple approach to the zodiac and its symbols, designed to help the teen reader discover astrology’s wisdom and apply it to life. Lighthearted illustrations by the author and thumbnail sketches of the signs and planets describe and reveal the astrological influences at play in the universe.

Chronica Monasterii de Melsa, a Fundatione Usque Ad Annum 1396
by Thomas de Burton

The Cistercian abbey of Meaux in Yorkshire was founded in 1150 as a daughter house of Fountains. Thomas de Burton (d. 1437) was bursar in 1394 and abbot from 1396 to 1399. His chronicle survives in two versions: the earlier, finished around 1396, and a revision completed around 1402, to which later additions were made. The work is one of the most important later medieval Cistercian chronicles, providing detailed information about the history and administration of Meaux, as well as local and national historical events. The surviving library catalogue reveals the sources available to Burton, and he drew extensively on the abbey archives. The work is arranged by the rule of each abbot, with subdivisions in each section for local and more general history, arranged by subject matter. Volume 3 covers the years 1339-1406, including Burton’s own abbacy, and contains the catalogue of books and other treasures of the abbey, an index and glossary.

The Key to Speculation on the New York Stock Exchange
by Jack Gillen

Jack Gillen is an astrologer and a genius, and considered by many to be a modern-day Nostradamus. In this revised and updated edition of The Key to Speculation on the New York Stock Exchange, he identifies the planetary cycles that drive the market. The result is on-target predictions in stock market trends. Backed by his many years of research, Jack presents a fascinating view of the New York Stock Exchange, panics and crashes, death and illness of world leaders, accidents and their effect on the Dow-Jones, and the year-end rally. He also outlines the astrological basics used in analyzing corporate charts and in making Dow-Jones predictions, and explains the importance of sensitive degrees of the Sun and Moon. All of this and more is explained in easily understood layman’s terms, making this book an invaluable asset for anyone who wants to profit from the stock market. During his career as an astrologer, Jack Gillen has written 48 books and countless articles and other publications. He was the first to present computer software on a hand-held computer as a tool for seminars on horse and greyhound racing, sports, commodities, stocks and lotteries. He was the first to do a national television special, and had his own radio talk show, AstroView, on The Talk-America Radio Network. In the 21st century, his predictions continue to be as accurate as they were in the 20th century.