I have another, another new book on Amazon today:
The Sun’s path across the sky is called the Ecliptic, and it passes through the twelve signs of the Zodiac. As it does so, it passes through the thirty-six subdivisions of the Zodiac, called the Decans. Famed in ancient Egyptian, Hellenistic, and Renaissance sources, they’ve become less important in recent centuries — and yet they’re far older.
In these thirty-six poems, Andrew Watt (that is, me, your blog author), explores these hidden meanings, and the hidden sacred stories in the Hellenistic-era deities that preside over the Decans. In these pages you’ll encounter Tethys the Titanic queen of Ocean and Hekate the magical lady of the Crossroads, Serapis the syncretic tyrant and Dolus the trickster. The traditional imagery of the Decans are briefly discussed, and suggestions are provided on how to incorporate the study of the Decans into your own life. Most of all, these poems celebrate the diversity and range of thirty-six other ways of looking at the complexities of modern life through the lenses of ancient wisdom.
This brings to four the number of titles that you can find of my poetry on Amazon.com:
Thank you so much if you’ve already purchased one or more of these collections of poetry. Your support is very much appreciated.