Interesting. Not really astrology, which relies on actual cycles of energy forces playing in our lives through precise formula, but intriguing just the same.
I would use these like any divination cards, by drawing the cards as directed to answer a specific question. The cards are divided into three sections: houses, planets, and signs. To answer a question, you draw one from each section and look up the answer.
The cards are beautiful, the instruction book is easy to follow and is high quality paper and cover. The box is also nice. These would make a wonderful gift for any non-astrologer who wants to dabble in understanding how the houses, signs, and planets work together and how to get answers in an intuitive, not-really-astrology way. I have to disagree with one thing in the publisher's description though, ". . . just like going to a professional astrologer!" Not even close. But for what they are, they are as useful or more than angel cards and such.
However, these cards are close to a branch of astrology called "Horary." In Horary astrology, a question is asked and a chart is calculated for the moment it is asked. An astrology can get an amazingly accurate answer to your question from interpreting the chart and its aspects. The Astrology Reading cards are not able to use a whole chart and its aspects like horary, but that is as close to astrology as they get.
These might spark an interest in learning real astrology, so for that, I am 100% in favor of them. Just don't think that you will be "doing astrology."
Available from Findhorn Press and most online and retail booksellers
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: Findhorn Press (May 2012)