The Spirit of Numbers: a New Exploration of Harmonic Astrology

The Spirit of Numbers: a New Exploration of Harmonic Astrology

By: David Hamblin (author)Paperback

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In his latest groundbreaking and thought-provoking book David Hamblin (Harmonic Charts, Aquarian press 1983), explores the astrological meaning of all the prime numbers up to 31. The charts of many famous people - from saints to murderers - are used to demonstrate that each number has its own distinctive quality, or spiritual essence, that affects the relationship between the planets in the chart. This fascinating book will transform chart interpretation and cause us to ponder the wider implications for the way in which we live our lives

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About Author

David Hamblin was born in 1935, and has a degree in Classics from Oxford University. For many years he was a Lecturer in the School of Management at Bath University, but he took early retirement in 1985 to work as a psychotherapist, having been trained at the Psychosynthesis and Education Trust.He took up astrology in the 1960s, and became a Tutor for the Faculty of Astrological Studies. For two years in the 1980s he was the Chairman of the Astrological Association of Great Britain. He is the author of Harmonic Charts (Aquarian Press, 1984). Since his retirement as a psychotherapist in 2000, he has written several articles, and has also (his proudest achievement) walked the 630-mile South West Coast Path. He is married, with two daughters and two granddaughters. His email address is and his website is

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/09/2011
  • ISBN13: 9781902405537
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 340
  • ID: 9781902405537
  • weight: 478
  • ISBN10: 1902405536

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