Medicine Wheel: Plain & Simple

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An Introduction to Native American Astrology by Deborah Durbin. 

Like their Western and Chinese counterparts, Native Americans developed an astrological system for understanding the world and envisioning harmony in the universe. Based on animals and clans and including corresponding trees, stones, and colors, the medicine wheel is broken into 12 moons similar to the 12 signs in Western astrology. In fascinating detail and with illustrations throughout, this new entry in the Plain & Simple series explores an exciting and little-known aspect of Native American culture.

In addition to analyses of all the signs, symbols, and seasonal associations, there are illuminating charts, explanations of the medicine wheel, and practical ideas for using Native American astrology as an oracle. This is a book for the thousands fascinated by Native American legend and lore.


About the Author

Deborah Durbin is a British journalist, author, and columnist. She has 11 non-fiction titles commercially published in the fields of wellbeing, Mind Body Spirit and natural health, writes features for magazines and newspapers, and works for several UK book publishers. She is a full member of the Society of Authors, Women in Journalism and the National Union of Journalists. Oh Great, Now I Can Hear Dead People is Deborah's debut novel and reached number one in the Kindle UK best seller charts (Supernatural category).

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