The Theory of Celestial Influence by Rodney Collin (1953)

As above so below… Are we alone in the universe or are we an intricate part of it? Is mankind merely a biological entity or is there a higher purpose and if so, who, or what, does humanity serve? These answers are contained within this book, a virtual encyclopedia of the hidden connections between humankind, the planets, and the universe. Rodney Collin brings to astrology a depth and level long forgotten. One begins to realize the solar system’s connection to the Earth is not as distant as the “space between” would imply. All of COllin’s observations point to the idea that there is only one creative system governed by the same laws, suggesting that there is only one creator: God. The Universe and man are ready to be understood.

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