Safron Rossi and Keiron Le Grice (Eds.): Jung on Astrology
Alan Oken: The Transits of Pluto: Transmute or Die!
Cláudia Rabelo: Psychological Astrology: Symbolism, Potency and Freedom
Dr. Christof Niederwieser: The Group Horoscope
Glenn Perry: The Horoscope as Evolving Story
Anna Maria Costa Ribeiro: Multidisciplinarity
Marguerite dar Boggia: Eclipses and Yods May Validate the Time of Birth
Smiljana Gavrančić: Forecast in 2015: White House, 22° Gemini and Donald Trump
Brian Clark: The Dragon's Tale: Symbolism and the Lunar Nodes
Alejo López: The Importance of Astrology
Nan Savage Healy: Toni Wolff & C.G. Jung - A Collaboration
Angela Tikis: John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr.
Ray Grasse: Future Shock - Contemplating Uranus' Next Return to Its Discovery Degree
Wendy Stacey: Pearls of Tomorrow - Birth Intervention and the Astrological Face of a New Generation
Interview with Erin Sullivan: Is Astrology Gender Biased?
Kathy Allan: Global Uprisings and the Uranus-Pluto Effect
Ever since Saturn, Uranus, and Pluto came into orb of a t-square in the summer of 2010, astrologers have been awaiting a revolution. Now that Saturn has moved into mid Libra and the square between Uranus and Pluto has begun to perfect, rebellions are under way across the globe. Uranus represents upset, independence, chaos, liberation, and awakening, and Pluto symbolizes passion, intensity, power struggles, and life-and-death battles.
Wade Caves: Oracle
Through astrology, fundamental truths about life, nature and the cosmos are presented to us. We categorize astrology as an occult art. A direct translation of the word “occult” is “hidden,” and we take that as if it means knowledge that needs to be unearthed, exhumed from a deep, dark, concealed place. In my experience, this is rarely the case. The greater truths are always right before us, all around us, hiding, as it were, in plain sight.
Natalie Delahaye: William and Catherine - A Fresh Perspective on Their Union
Jadranka Ćoić: Astro-Walk from A to Z Through my Allotment
Anna Maria Costa Ribeiro: Paradoxes
Rev. Pam Crane: Adventures in Astrology
Adam Hamilton: Stars and Stripes - The Astrological Character of a Nation
Linea Van Horn: Moon Swings - The Lunar Standstill Cycle
Anna Maria Costa Ribeiro: Divining and Foreseeing - Abilities to Be Developed
Ray Grasse: Do the Physical Planets Hold Clues Into Their Meaning as Astrological Principles?
Julian Venables: Happiness and the 'Inner Marriage' of the Sun/Moon Midpoint
Marguerite dar Boggia: Alice A. Bailey - The Amanuensis of the Tibetan Master, D.K.
Lynn Koiner: Medical Astrology: Prostate Cancer - A Case Study
Anne Whitaker: What Happens When Pluto, Neptune and Uranus Cross the IC?
Paul Mayo: My Family, Me, the Autistic Spectrum, and Eris
Marguerite dar Boggia: Dr. Ruth Drown - Crucified by the FDA and the AMA
Christopher Hardt: Alchemists of Soul
Ray Grasse: The Seven Traditional Planets - Do They Correspond to Mathematical Principles?
New Dates for Sun Signs? - Not in Astrology!
Again, the rumour is spread that there are 13 astrological signs and that
astrology is therefore invalid. If you want to know how astrology really works,
read these two articles by Deborah Houlding and Dieter Koch.