| Liz Greene is a British astrologer living in England. She founded
the CPA with Howard Sasportas in 1983, and continues to be its
In 1996 she
created the CPA Press, which publishes selected seminars offered
by various tutors as part of the CPA seminar programme. She holds
doctorates in psychology and in history, and is a qualified Jungian analyst. She
also holds a diploma in counselling from the Centre for Transpersonal
Psychology in London and the diploma from the Faculty of Astrological
Studies, of which she is a lifetime Patron.
She is the author of many books on astrological, psychological and mythological themes, which have been translated into a number of languages including Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil, Relating, Astrology for Lovers, The Astrology of Fate, The Mythic Tarot (with Juliet Sharman-Burke), and The Astrological Neptune and the Quest for Redemption.
The CPA Press has published Barriers and Boundaries: The Horoscope and the Defences of the Personality, The Art of Stealing Fire: Uranus in the Horoscope, The Astrologer, the Counsellor and the Priest (with Juliet Sharman-Burke), The Horoscope in Manifestation: Prediction and Psychological Dynamics, Relationships and How to Survive Them, Apollo's Chariot: The Astrological Sun and The Mars Quartet: Four Seminars on the Astrology of the Red Planet (with Lynn Bell, Darby Costello and Melanie Reinhart).
In 1985 Liz began collaborating with a Swiss physicist, Dr Alois Treindl, and created the first of several computer-generated astrological interpretation programmes based on artificial intelligence programming. They are unique in the field of computer-generated horoscope interpretations because of their capacity to synthesise the birth chart, made possible by the "expert system" techniques of artificial intelligence. There are now six of these programmes on the market, Psychological Horoscope Analysis, Child Horoscope Analysis, Relationship Horoscope, The Meaning of the Time: Yearly Horoscope Analysis, The Long-Term Perspectives and the Vocational Analysis "Career and Vocation"