|A Course in Natal Astrology ~ Looking around this week’s featured destination, might attract you to several other avenues of investigation I am not promoting, nor dismissing either. I should simply like to seize the opportunity to give a special mention to this curriculum of online study, that will guide you through the principles of understanding your astrological birthchart.
|Ask Kevin ~ Despite writing to Kevin Burk at least twice about exchanging links, I have never received any reply. Still the ethos behind my own website rises above such trivial concerns, so here is Kevin addressing your questions around learning astrology. I don’t agree with everything he says, but his video responses make easy listening.
Most students of astrology who have studied more than a little, will remember
John Townley, author of Planets in Love and several other titles. This
is his website, which John runs in person along with his wife Susan. It
is probably unnecessary to say any more, but do visit the news section while
|Astro Insight ~ Jagdish C. Maheshri is a PhD and a chemical engineer, who has enjoyed an interest in astrology for several decades now. He is an active member of the astrological community both in the US and internationally via his website, which looks at current world affairs from the point of view of Vedic astrology in particular.
|Astrologers Calm Over Pluto ~ Well, this one anyway. Here’s my own take on the recent Pluto debacle, ably translated by Karen Leigh of TIME magazine. Astrologers often say
the ten planets meaning the Sun and Moon too, although we know the
former is a star and the latter is our satellite. So whether
a planet or a dwarf planet, Pluto is there and that’s what
matters to us!
Memorial Web Page ~ A real labour of love, lovingly constructed
by Donna Cunningham in the US. It includes the birth data and brief biographies
for all those astrologers who’ve formed our opinions today and who
now sadly have passed away. Respect is due to everyone in so many ways…
Association of Great Britain ~ Of course they’d
love you to join, but nonetheless this site freely offers a selection
of articles from the AA’s bimonthly journal, plus unrestricted access
to Transit, now only available in its online form. The Association’s
chart database is for members only, however…
Lodge of London ~ Founded by Alan Leo in 1915
to further the study of astrology, the Astrological Lodge is still going
strong today. On their website you’ll find more about the history of
the Lodge itself, details of their meetings and classes, selected articles
from their quarterly publication and a useful data section.
Principles ~ For those who’d like to take astrology further than
the characteristics of your Sun sign, this section of Astrologywizard.com
would be well worth your time. You’ll find clear explanations of the
essentials and some uniquely interactive presentations, taking you from
a beginner’s level into the real study of advanced astrology for yourself.
|Astrology Today: A Conversation ~ A good-humoured if heated debate at first, on the place of astrology in the modern world, following the demise of British astrologer Jonathan Cainer. It was aired as part of the Talkback show by BBC Radio Ulster on May 4, 2016. William Crawley is the genial host, Adrianne Peltz is a cordial adversary, while your astrologer today is Paul Wade.
Zone® by Susan Miller ~ Susan Miller is well known in the US
where she writes for the New York Daily News. Her website features love,
fitness, relaxation, holidays and gifts for each of twelve zodiac signs.
There are also book selections, monthly forecasts and an especially active notice