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Without a doubt this is the most complete and well-researched book on Transpluto (Planet X) ever written. Author Valerie Vaughan tackles every significant fact relating to undiscovered planets and presents her case for the existence of Planet X and goes further by offering an interpretation of its astrological influence and meaning. She argues that Transpluto should be named Persephone because its influence is feminine. She predicts it will be the first feminine planet to be discovered in the modern era. She begins the book with descriptions of the circumstances of the discoveries of Uranus, Neptune, Pluto and Chiron, all named for male deities and all symbolizing masculine functions. The next major planet to be discovered is feminine, Vaughan says, and her book contains valuable information on ancient feminine mythologies. Included also is a 112-year ephemeris for Persephone/Transpluto. Students of mythology will find this book to be an important work on the Persephone myth itself.
The Mountain Astrologer's review said "...read this book. It is a marvelous compendium of astronomy, mythology, and astrology." Dell Horoscope said "Vaughan's engaging explanations are provocative and complex, even as they entertain and inspire. Persephone is Transpluto rings true."
Pages: 256 Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 Binding: paper Edition: 1st ISBN: 0-9628031-2-X List Price: $12.95 Special Internet Price: $10.25