Reviews of The Stellium Handbook:
From Mary Plumb, in The Mountain Astrologer: “Donna Cunningham, well-known and well loved in astrology circles, has written a book on stelliums. She has a warm and encouraging voice, with a realistic view of life’s difficulties. I don’t know of anyone else who has examined and written about these bundles of three or more planets in the horoscope. This is a much-needed addition to the astrological library.”
From Anne Whitaker: “Master astrologer and writer, Donna Cunningham draws on her long and deep experience in astrology and related fields to produce this first ever thorough, in-depth work on stelliums – a very much-needed aid for readers of varying levels of astrological knowledge. Her commitment is to make the book available to everyone with stelliums, not just astrologers or astrology students.
“It is written with Donna’s signature depth, clarity, humor, and compassion. One of her gifts is to be able to be briskly honest and realistic about the most difficult topics, but in such a compassionate, often witty way that the reader feels encouraged rather than squashed by the information provided.”
Review by April Elliot Kent: “Donna Cunningham is extremely effective at laying out complex astrological concepts in a user-friendly way. What I love best about her books is that she doesn’t just leave you stranded with a technical understanding of the astrology, but also offers a self-help life raft of tools and resources to help you get the most out of your chart.”
“I was especially eager to get my hands on this book, and it doesn’t disappoint. Why eager? Because more and more of my clients were born during the late 1980s, and the most eloquent astrologer can find herself struck dumb in the presence of a chart with practically every planet in, say, Capricorn.”
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