Astrology is a very old discipline. Its foundational concepts, as well as most of its many elaborations and diverse avenues of thought, were created and flourished within societies with very traditional frameworks. As much as Western astrology has spent a good deal of the past two thousand years ‘on the outside’, first with the Catholic … Continue reading Queer Astrology Anthology and Queer Cosmos: The Astrology of Queer Identities and Relationships
This Week in Astrology: October 13 to 19, 2019 October 13 to 19, 2019 On this Page: This week’s Moon phase Planets in signs and aspect Retrogrades This week’s astrology calendar Timing with the Moon Romance & Relationship Report Daily Trends The FULL MOON occurs on Sunday, October 13th, 2019, at 5:08 PM EDT. … Continue reading This Week in Astrology: October 13 to 19, 2019
Evangeline Adams is a towering figure in American astrology. She was arguably the most famous American astrologer in the early part of the 20th century, with an impressive clientele, a radio show, and several books to her name. Her presentation of astrology in a court case against her – she impressed the judge – helped … Continue reading Foreseeing the Future: Evangeline Adams and Astrology in America
Some thoughts on determinism, human agency, and the plurality of astrological interpretations Astrologers often face the criticism that our work is imprecise and not scientifically valid or verifiable. Skeptics remain unconvinced of astrology’s viability as a form of knowledge about human experience. This raises a challenge for those of us who seek to … Continue reading Responding to Astrology’s Critics
“A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.” – Max Planck I’ve said it before, in these book reviews, in articles on this and other sites, and in … Continue reading How Astrology Works: A Professional Stargazer Speaks Out!
“A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.” – Max Planck I’ve said it before, in these book reviews, in articles on this and other sites, and in … Continue reading Book Review: How Astrology Works: A Professional Stargazer Speaks Out!
I don't remember when I read this book for the first time. I have read it several times since and I have to tell you Debbi Kempton-Smith is one funny Astrologer. Her tongue in cheek style of writing keeps you nodding in agreement with her Astrological assessments. Secrets From A Stargazer's Notebook is broken down like … Continue reading Secrets from a Stargazers Notebook – Review
I've recently started using these Astrological Oracle cards. I came across an Astrological Oracle years ago on an original Macintosh called Astro-Lo. Basically you'd ask a question and click a button three cards would come up a planet, a sign and the house it was in creating an Oracle for whatever your question was. I'm … Continue reading Astrology Reading Cards: Your Personal Guidance from the Stars
Sophisticated computer software programs with the potential to guide individuals towards more harmonious romantic relationships and marriages may not be as far into the future as it seems. “The good news is there is solid scientific evidence supporting claims about celestial patterns astrologers have traditionally linked with romantic liaisons,” says Australian research astrologer Paul … Continue reading Successful Astrology Study Replicated
When Saturn is conjunct, square, or opposite (the hard aspects) one of your natal planets, it can be a difficult period where you feel very restricted, limited, confined, and stuck. You can be constantly frustrated, wondering why things aren’t changing when you want them to so badly, and you may feel like you’re constantly running … Continue reading When Saturn Strikes