New Zealand Star Signs 2012 Horoscopes

New Zealand Star Signs 2012 Horoscopes

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New Zealand Star Signs 2012 is an astrology book written specifically for people born in the southern hemisphere. The northern and southern hemispheres have different star sign seasons because of their locations so, for each sign, New Zealand Star Signs 2012 includes a section on the 'down under shadow' which outlines the southern hemisphere-specific characteristics of people born down under. Including an introduction that looks at the common myths associated with astrology, like the Mayan Long Count and the Galactic Alignment, New Zealand Star Signs 2012 breaks down each of the 12 signs into the general profile, down under profile, opportunities, challenges, general, love, money and business to give an extensive and insightful look at what 2012 will bring New Zealanders.
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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 129 x 198mm
  • Penguin Group (NZ)
  • Penguin Books (NZ)
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • 0143566822
  • 9780143566823

Author information

Anne Macnaughtan is a professional astrologer was who been writing horoscopes for more than ten years. She runs her own company, Forecasters (, which supplies practical astrology solutions and guidance. As a public astrologer, she provides horoscope content to newspapers throughout New Zealand and to websites within New Zealand and worldwide, mainly the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, South Africa and Europe. For the last 14 years there hasn't been a day that she hasn't written about and commented on the planetary conditions in play. Anne is passionate about providing astrological insight, information, wisdom and guidance, believing that information is power and that astrology can provide a road map that allows us to make informed choices which help us take control of our own lives. Born and bred on Auckland's North Shore, Anne has four grown up children and two grandchildren.
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