The Associated Press is reporting that Astrology: a science is a popular genre in a popular book, but that the genre is becoming more difficult to read and more expensive to purchase.
Astrology: A Science, published in 2017 by Simon & Schuster, is a collection of short essays written by a group of astrologers in response to a question asked in a book signing at a coffee shop.
In the book, which the Associated Press describes as a “science of astrology” with a “platinum-plated cover and a glossy title, the authors write that astrology is an art form, not a science.
Astrology, they write, is an endeavor that’s more a creative and creative process than a scientific endeavor.”
The authors also say that astrologists are not required to disclose their own personal practices to a prospective client.
In fact, they describe astrology as a field that is largely misunderstood and misrepresented.
“The truth is that astrological practices are not science,” wrote one astrologer in the book.
“They are a creative art.”
But the book’s authors are quick to point out that the book isn’t intended to discourage the practice.
They say it’s aimed at giving readers an idea of how to think about astrology and what they might expect to find out from an astrologist.
Arista and Astrological Associates, a company that specializes in teaching and promoting astrology through workshops and online courses, published the book in 2018 and have since released an update, called The Astrologie, which includes a chapter on astrology’s role in the modern world.
The updated edition includes a discussion on the use of the term “astrological,” as well as new illustrations by the authors and a discussion of the book as a resource for people interested in astrology.
The Astrologue, the updated version of the Astrologues classic, was released in May.
AstraZeneca, the parent company of Astrology, said in a statement that it “regrets the inaccurate portrayal of our product.”