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ASTROLOGY AND HEALING THAT BRIDGE EAST AND WEST-MALVIN ARTLEY

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Science, philosophy, religion and healing have always been Malvin Artley’s great loves. His primary focus over the past 25 years has been on the sciences as they express occultism and with bridging work between the two. Malvin is devoted to bringing together the two great streams of astrology, East and West. Malvin says, "It has been my belief for some time now that both systems are simply two faces of the same page." He has done extensive work with Chinese astrology and the cycles they use and seeks to synthesize the great Western and Oriental systems on such matters. and He is a past faculty member of The University of the Seven Rays and the author of Bodies of Fire: An Exploration of the Lesser Chakra System, the cumulative result of six years of clairvoyant collaboration working with human energy systems.

His most recent book, The Full Moons: Topical Letters on Esoteric Astrology, is currently available in E-Book and will soon be out in hard cover and paperback.

Malvin reveals our gradual transition from an ending era of domination and division to a beginning era of cooperation and acceptance of diversity.  The transition over the coming decades and centuries even, he predicts, will be rocky and fraught with suffering, but we should take courage that we are moving in the right direction.

 

Malvin Artley's website is http://malvinartley.com

 

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ridging Occultism and Science
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