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Biological TimeBiological Time
by Bernie Taylor; review by John Townley

For decades, mainstream scientists have been dancing around the edge of astrology, mainly because to be tarred with the brush of —pseudoscience— has meant risking financial and professional destruction, thanks to the enormous prejudice against the subject among their peers. Still, in a variety of areas — from biology, to archaeology, to anthropology — researchers have been stumbling wholesale into correlations between solar and lunar positions in all sorts of documented events and behaviors. Whether it—s been lunar phases carved on pieces of prehistoric bone or fish populations ebbing and swelling with the moon, each alone has been suggestive of geocosmic connections, but no unifying physical link has been proposed.

Well, wait no longer. In an intensely concentrated work, Northwest Coast naturalist Bernie Taylor has gathered up an astonishingly diverse array of disparate research and out of it forged a unifying theory of the effect of solar and lunar light rhythms on every level of animal and plant behavior, from microbes to agrarian and hunting cultures. Nearly half the book—s 200 pages is comprised of notes, documentation, and appendices, which makes its carefully-formulated conclusions especially formidable.

Mr. Taylor—s background is in marine biology studies (the world of the Northwest fisheries is a world unto itself), and his original observations of fish migrations and the historically precise (and unexplained) knowledge of local Amerindians as to the exact, varying day the fish appear each year led him to explore connections between solar and lunar light cycles across human history and in multiple scientific disciplines. The result is his proposal of a universal, physical connection between the sun, moon, and all biological timing.

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Below you'll find some of the astrology books reviewed by professional astrologers.
Click on each book title to learn more.
Author     Book Title
Skye  Alexander   Hidden Agenda
Michael  Baigent   Mundane Astrology
Benson  Bobrick   The Fated Sky — Astrology in History
Philip  Brown   Cosmic Trends
Stephanie  Clement   Consciousness and the Midheaven
Stephanie  Clement   Aspect Patterns
Diane L.  Cramer   How to Give An Astrological Health Reading
Doris Chase  Doane   Astrology: 30 Years Research
Jodie  Forrest   The Ascendant
Steven  Forrest   The Book of Pluto
Demetra  George   Finding Our Way Through The Dark
Edith  Hathaway   Navigating by the Stars
Debbie  Kempton Smith   Secrets from a Stargazer's Notebook
Wendy  Leigh   True Grace: The Life and Times of an American Princess
Grant  Lewi   Astrology for the Millions
Michael  Lutin   Sunshines: The Astrology of Being Happy
Trish  MacGregor   Your Intuitive Moon
Don  McBroom   Midpoints: Indentify & Integrate Midpoints Into Horoscope Synthesis
Jessica  Murray   Soul-Sick Nation: An Astrologer’s View of America
Maritha  Pottenger   Planets on the Move
Mark  Pottenger   Astrological Research Methods, Volume 1, An ISAR Anthology
Kim  Rogers_Gallagher   Astrology for the Light Side of the Brain
Edna  Rowland   Destined for Murder
Edna  Ryneveld   Transits in Reverse
Gloria  Star   Optimum Child
Richard  Tarnas   Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View
Bernie  Taylor   Biological Time
Celeste  Teal   Predicting Events with Astrology
Celeste  Teal   Identifying Planetary Triggers
Noel  Tyl   Noel Tyl's Guide to Astrological Consultation
Noel  Tyl   Vocations
Paul  Wade   Home Astrology: Creating the Perfect Home for Your Star Sign

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