Best book and reference book on colors that I've seen (for new age type of people). It's too bad local bookstore don't stock it however. This book used sort of a "test" to find out the color associations of food, etc so that you can figure out what kind of person you are and what kinds of food you eat. It even gives you the what the various shades of a color mean (such as olive green to emerald green). Very useful for auric reading work. Find out what types of food you like and will like even if you've never tasted them before.
This book was my first introduction to Zolar. I was attracted to the straight-forward language and practical applications contained within this book when I checked it out at the library for the first time and went back for it on a few more occasions before finally buying it last year. That same down-to-earth tone is found in all of Zolar's writings, although some of his early work originally released in the 60s is a little too sexist for my taste (in It's all in the Stars, women are most often characterized but their potential as home-makes and men as the sole bread-earners just to give you an idea) but you won't find that here. A must have for anyone interested in metaphysics and color magic.