Did you know that the day and month of your birth can tell you an uncanny amount about how your personality ticks, and even how to be lucky or follow your destiny? The Element Encyclopedia of Birthdays combines astrology, psychology, numerology and tarot, giving you practical advice on how to make the best of yourself and shape your future.
The Element Encyclopedia of Birthdays couldn't be simpler to use -- just turn to the page of your birthday and discover the secret to exactly who you are, based on a unique combination of astrology, numerology, tarot, colour theory and psychology. This combination of approaches provides a uncannily accurate profile for each birthday of the year. But you don't just get an indepth personality profile, you get practical advice and guidance on what to do to maximise the opportunities that life throws your way: / Find out what your greatest challenges are and how to solve them; / Discover your best side (as well as your dark side) and how to make the best of both; / Every birthday has its own unique Luckmaker -- find out what yours is so that you can arm yourself with good luck every day!/ The book reveals your lucky numbers, lucky days, planets, tarot cards, and favourable days of the month; / Find out who those special people are that you are drawn to, and the special years in your life that will be significant; / Discover your career and life goals, how to manage love and relationships, and how to maximise your health.
This compelling reference book gives you insight into your own profile, and you'll also be quickly turning the page to find out all about your friends, family, lovers and colleagues too!
Posted by Leanne on 4th Mar 2012
I was intrigued by this book especially since my granddaughter had just arrived. It bases its information on astrology, colour, numerology & tarot as its base components. They are all intermingled so it makes sense. Each day of the year has a page of very comprehensive information about the person, each section is divided into star signs, along with a detailed description of the male, female, career & health of those signs. I read most of the book, then went through the adults I know well, parents, siblings, husbands, my son etc and they give very detailed readings of people. I was extremely interested in how different the days were, as in July as I have daughter-in-law on 21st, nephew 22nd, myself 23rd, uncle 24th, sister 25th. We are very different people and the book described us fairly accurately. It also mentioned any guidance a child may need if there are traits for particular dates. I strongly recommend this book. I have thoroughly enjoyed it and want the rest in the series.
Posted by L. Stephensen on 1st Mar 2012
I have spent hours with my head in this book, pouring over not just my own star sign and birthday, but those of my parents, siblings, children and friends.
The Element Encyclopedia of Birthdays is easy to read, with different sections clearly marked and easy to find. The author's accuracy is simply amazing and uncanny. Almost everything written about my star sign and birthday is a perfect reflection of me and my life.
This is one book that will forever have a place on my bookshelf, and I will go back to reference it time and time again.