Signs of the Times by Ray Grasse
Unlocking the Symbolic Language of World Events

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We may live in astonishing times, but they are not incomprehensible when you know how to read the signs.

Everybody says we're entering the Age of Aquarius, but when does it start, and how will we know what it looks and feels like? Ray Grasse deciphers the signs and correspondences of our nearing Aquarian future, using the tools of astrology, synchronicity, and mythology. He draws richly from contemporary religion, art, politics, science, even current movies, to show how the cultural signs of Aquarius and our likely future are already apparent and changing our world.

The Aquarian Age will be marked by its intensely mental quality, when information will be the driving force of society and the biggest challenges we face will be those of the mind. Decentralization will be the order of business, either the empowered individual will reign supreme, or the collective interests of globalized society will predominate. It could be both.

We are all participants in the global drama and all aspects of our inner and outer lives are bound up with the new Aquarian themes. ‘Signs of the Times' is the authoritative travel guide for the trip into our future – don't leave the present without it.

 

About Ray Grasse

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Ray Grasse worked for ten years on the editorial staffs of Quest Books and 'Quest' magazine. His book 'the Wakign Dream' (Quest, 1996), a study on synchronicity and symbolism, received favorable reviews in periodicals such as 'Booklist', the 'Institute of Noetic Sciences Review', 'Gnosis', and 'Intuition'. A professional astrologer, Grasse has lectured widely on the meaning and dynamics of the Aquarian Age and published many articles on the subject. He lives in Wheaton, Illinois.
 
Published April 1, 2002 by Hampton Roads Publishing. 299 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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