L'Astrologie: Interprétation des signes et compatibilité relationnelle

Découvrez le tome 22 de l’encyclopédie numérique « Le Savez-Vous ? »

Vous désirez en savoir plus sur l’astrologie, sans avoir besoin de lire des centaines de pages sur le sujet, découvrez un guide exclusif mélangeant théorie et pratique selon les thèmes développés et cités ci-dessous.

En plus de découvrir brièvement : l’histoire de l’astrologie, vous y obtiendrez de l’information précise comme :

Votre signe astral est régi par quelle planète ?

Votre signe astral est régi par quel élément ?

Initiation aux bases du thème astral

Les douze signes du zodiaque et leurs significations

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Compatibilité relationnelle entre les différents signes

Ce dernier chapitre vous permet de mieux comprendre les points forts et les points faibles dans votre relation avec une personne, selon son signe astral, cette partie est utilisée selon les besoins, elle se consulte à travers une table des matières interactive et vous livre directement les réponses dont vous avez besoins

Découvrez maintenant le guide pratique sur l’astrologie qui vous permet d’en savoir plus, de vous faire une idée plus précise sur le sujet et peut-être, qui vous donnera envie de poursuivre l’étude de l’astrologie en approfondissant le sujet à travers un cours ou d’autres livres.

 

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