First published in 2014, this article argues against bringing together signs, houses, and planets into twelve “letters” that distort the fundamental symbol systems of astrology.
Soul as karma explores what incarnates from lifetime to lifetime. Ideas of rebirth had some traction in the ancient western world has recent expressions in the modern era in different types of spiritual astrology.
Soul as calling recognizes the deep connection between our individual lives and the larger world in which we live. Course at Kepler College begins Thursday January 26 2017 at 7 PM/ED and 4 PM/PT
The Gawain poem, a meditation on the possibilities and limitations on the extent of human goodness and on the relationship between outer disposition (and reputation) and inner character, uses as its background the tribulations and renewal of the winter solstice holiday season.
Completing the job of severing outer planets and the signs they allegedly rule, we attain a more profound understanding of both the signs Scorpio and Pisces and the planets Pluto and Neptune.
Explores a half-hidden musical rationale for the conventional ancient astrological aspects that appears in Ptolemy’s Tetrabiblos I. The number relationships between the aspects do not follow arithmetical patterns so much as the diatonic scale, showing how planets can come into contact based upon their distances from one another.
This systematic presentation uncovers many natal and predictive astrological techniques that had been lost for centuries and includes assessing an astrological chart for fame, career, love, and happiness. Ancient natal and predictive methods are applied to the charts and lives of over forty historical and contemporary people.
Margare Sanger demonstrated how one can make a difference in our world: through a clear humanitarian vision, an ability to create and exploit opportunities that present themselves, and a flexible approach that eventually wins the day.
First social activist in this “Exemplaries” series. Malcolm X has had not only a large cultural influence but demonstrated an ability to change and to accommodate new horizons of thought.
Produced works of genius in the midst of unbelievable obstacles, or did the obstacles produce his work of genius? Part of “Exemplary Individuals” series.
Latest in the series on exemplary people relevant to our times, here’s Hannah Arendt – political philosopher, essayist, and teacher — and witness to dark times during her lifetime. She left us with tools to help us to do better now.
2017 has been Orwell’s year, more than was 1984. Here we look at the creator of “Newspeak”, “doublethink”, and the “orwellian nightmare.”
Environmentalism is no longer just about conserving tracts of nature but has become a vision of the entire planet. Carson’s work started this and her influence will persist well into the future. Let’s look at her astrology.
Continuing the series of most admired individuals and timed for “National Poetry Month” in the US, here’s an astrological profile of the great English poet and artist.
These days we should remind ourselves of qualities we admire and those people who exemplify them. It seems timely to begin a new series of profiles on individuals who hold us to a higher standard of decency, who may inspire us.
In future centuries when historians want to depict the changing social and creative landscape of the twentieth century United States, they would do well to focus on Maya Angelou.
Ibis Press , ISBN 9780892541492, 316 pages; 2008. $24.95 + P&P. Reviewed by Joseph Crane November 2011, revised December 2016 Seldom do we see a book-length work that shows how to bring together traditional and modern natal astrology, chart analysis and the nuts...