Lunarium Newsletter #14
Happy Easter, dear readers!
I don’t want to distract you from the exciting festive activities, so I will be very brief today.
Void-of-Course Moon Guide: the Foundation — Free For 5 Days
I’ve just published a new Kindle ebook. In it, you will find the history of the void-of-course concept, with quotations from astrological authorities: William Lilly, Ivy Goldstein-Jackobson, and Derek Appleby. There is also a detailed, step-by-step explanation of what a void-of-course period is, and of course a discussion of how the knowledge of these periods can be used in daily life.
This is the first of a series of books discussing various aspects of the void-of-course Moon. To celebrate the launch (and of course to celebrate the Easter!), it will be available for free on the US and UK Amazon stores from the 5th to the 9th of April. So go and help yourself! Here are the links:
After the 9th, for the rest of April, it will be available worldwide for just $0.99, or an equivalent in local currency.
If you like the book, please do not forget to write a nice review! :) And if you don’t like something — well, you can simply email me (by responding to this email), and I can update the book very quickly.
iLuna was featured on YouTube
Mattie Roberts has posted a great video discussing the void-of-course Moon and showcasing iLuna, as an app that allows to easily find void-of-course periods.
Enjoy your holidays, and see you in the next issue!