Exploring Forensic Astrology by B.D. Salerno

Law enforcement often struggles to connect the dots to identify someone as a killer beyond a reasonable doubt. Forensic astrology can serve a much-needed civic and legal function–it helps connect dots between the crime and the perpetrator. The stars, after all, do not lie. Real crime meets astrology in this revealing book that seeks to…

Law enforcement often struggles to connect the dots to identify someone as a killer beyond a reasonable doubt.

Forensic astrology can serve a much-needed civic and legal function–it helps connect dots between the crime and the perpetrator.

The stars, after all, do not lie.

Real crime meets astrology in this revealing book that seeks to get to the bottom of who committed the crime and why. Join the author as she aims to answer questions such as:

– Who murdered JonBenet Ramsey?

– Did Bob Crane know his killer?

– Was Natalie Wood’s death really an accident?

– Did Robert Blake get away with murder?

– Was Dr. Sam Sheppard guilty or innocent?

– Did Lizzie Borden act alone?

Using techniques from ancient astrologers, author/astrologer B.D. Salerno analyzes these murder cases and more, sharing how forensic astrology can help us understand the nature of the crimes as well as identify the likely killers. An appendix includes information on the planets, their meanings, the zodiac signs, the essential dignities of the planets, degrees of danger, fixed stars, and more.

Get to the bottom of law enforcement’s greatest mysteries, and discover how reading the stars can solve crimes with Exploring Forensic Astrology.

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About the Author

B.D. Salerno was born in New Jersey under the zodiac sign Libra. From an early age she was fascinated by the stars and planets and was taught the night sky by her father, an Air Force flight officer, who navigated by the stars when flying secret night missions during World War II.

B.D. has studied astrology for over twenty years and is an avid reader of true crime stories. These two hobbies gave birth to her interest in “forensic astrology,” in which horoscopes of events are used to determine the circumstances surrounding those events. Her mission is to promote forensic astrology to help solve cases of missing persons and unsolved crimes. B.D. has worked with investigators on a number of cold cases and writes extensively about famous crimes and missing persons.

B.D. was interviewed by This Week in America Radio’s host Ric Bratton. You may listen to it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yT1_7tra9-s

B.D. has completed her second book, Exploring Forensic Astrology: The Secrets behind Famous Family Murders, released on June 23, 2016. This book takes an in-depth look into the astrological patterns evident in family crimes (parricide) and will show how astrology can delineate the relationship between victim and killer.

B.D. participated in a fascinating podcast discussion with astrologer Chris Flisher on May 26, 2016, which you may listen to here: http://www.chrisflisher.com/Radio/chrisflisher052716.mp3

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