Vaughan's a hard-liner -- ""Either your horoscope is your life map or it is not"" -- so if you prefer laissez-faire stars that impel but don't compel, or play down house structure, or spotlight sun signs, or like to allow a wide orb, or quake at a hard-angle aspect, this may be anathema to you. If you're not advanced to the point of having opinions on these matters, you'd better at least have a horoscope in front of you: this is about interpretation and Vaughan's bows to basics (""The Sun is out in space. We are down here on earth"") aren't much help. As for the modern language, it's Dale Carnegie by way of the Chaldees, suggesting that Uranus has spent some time in the author's Third House. The featured sample reading on Nixon, however, does make a few things perfectly clear -- he's got Saturn in the Ninth and a Sun-Neptune opposition. We thought so.