TOMORROW'S HEADLINES TODAY by Sybil Leek

TOMORROW'S HEADLINES TODAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An overreaching title, actually, since except for a few incidentals -- 1984 will be vital for China, 1982 will see euthanasia made legal and divorce as easily come by as marriage -- la Leek doesn't see too far beyond her nose on the astrological face of things to come. There's some talk about this oldest science which she claims goes back to pre-history; a little about the Age of Aquarius and what's been happening which we know only too well; and a lot about planetary aspects, dignities, transits and conjunctions with much illustrative material centering around past assassinations and earthquakes. Leek's interpretation of Nixon is a little muzzy: all of his conflicts occur in the tenth house while his afflictions occur in the fourth house -- a difficult distinction for those who never did any figuring past the Senate and San Clemente.

Pub Date: Oct. 4th, 1974
Publisher: Prentice-Hall