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Big Stars of Astrology ~ This feature is from 2006 and The Independent, a daily newspaper in the UK. It offers the low-down on a dozen media astrologers, most of whom are familiar to British visitors and also those from elsewhere nowadays, who come across their output in cyberspace. Let’s just be kind and say it’s interesting reading, that’s all…
Bill Herbst ~ I don’t know Bill personally, but he has been professional for 34 years and has fallen on hard times. On November 26, 2007 he suffered a stroke and as he says himself “without health insurance, serious illness … in America means financial ruin.” Life is tough for him to say the least. He needs your help. Help him now…
Bob Marks ~ An astrologer working in New York City, Bob’s website will tell you more about him, the books he has written and his broadcasting interests, but I’m recommending it especially for the free astrology lessons section he provides, forming a great reference with a distinct individualistic slant for beginners and professionals alike.
Breaking Habits by Zodiac Sign ~ Katherine Rone’s website contains a selection of astrological and New Age material, as well as promoting Katherine’s consultative services. This feature is a light-hearted consideration of how each zodiac sign might best approach breaking a bad habit. You never know, it might just help…
Charmed ~ Big thanks to Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles magazine and especially to the wonderful Marcia Sherrill, for this great piece about a design consultation that she had with me, believe it or not on July 4. In truth, we talked over so much more than just her decor. If all my clients were like Marcia, what can I say, I’d be laughing…
Fraser Valley Astrological Guild ~ Founded in 1991, the Guild is a non-profit association from British Columbia, Canada. Maintained by Anne Massey, their website has an ambitious design and many interesting features. It’s a wonderful, warm and affectionate glimpse into a thriving astrological community.
Free Will Astrology ~ Profiling the average astrologer is never easy. Given the range of creative expression that is possible within this profession, perhaps Rob Brezsney is simply typical of the breed. Rob has harnessed Internet astrology in support of his alternative beliefs and lifestyle. His site has a great logo, that’s what I think anyway!
James Randi and an Astrologer ~ In this video a youthful Jonathan Cainer sadly fails at a birthchart interpretation for actor and comedian Hugh Laurie. Click his name left for Laurie’s flat chart if you want to see what Cainer was reading, although even minus a birth time it’s hard to see where “professorial” is indicated. Besides, wherever did he find that outfit?
James Randi and Astrology in Business ~ Another clip from the 1991 TV series in which debunker James Randi this time makes mincemeat of a so-called financial astrologer, better known nowadays for other career choices. In this instance his cause is not assisted by putting down monumental losses to the consequence of actually not using astrology after all…
Jessica Murray ~ Jessica has practiced astrology in San Francisco for thirty years. She wrote about her new book, leading the latest round of astrological navel-gazing from the world’s last superpower. Personally, I’m glad to hear something from astrologers on the West Coast. I may be wrong, but aren’t you guys suffering enough yet?
Jonathan Cainer ~ Love him or loathe him, Jonathan Cainer is commercially the most successful Sun sign astrologer in the UK today. Following several well publicised changes, at the time of writing he is currently to be found with the Daily Mail. Nonetheless if there’s no newspaper handy, Jonathan’s full range of forecasts is now online.
Kepler College ~ Based in Seattle, Kepler College has been authorised by the State of Washington to issue BA and MA degrees in Astrological Studies. The curriculum follows a distance learning model, with symposia in the Seattle area once a term, although enrolment is open globally. Visit Kepler’s website to learn more…