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Robert Hand is one of the world's leading and most esteemed astrologers and historians. He is the founder of Arhat Media—a website with books, articles and information on the history of astrology.
The Association of Professional Astrologers, established in 1990 in the UK, are a group of highly trained practitioners whose aim is to uphold the best standards of quality and service.
Founded by Neil F. Michelsen in 1973, Astro Computing Services (ACS) has since been serving astrologers worldwide at all levels: beginner, intermediate, professional. Rique Pottenger now runs ACS.
The Astrological Association of Great Britain serves astrology by informing and bringing together astrologers from all over the world and maintaining links with all other astrological organizations.
Astrology College delivers distance learning astrology courses (correspondence courses) worldwide for personal development and/or for professional training. Computers are not needed for study.
The Astrology Dictionary website is designed to be a comprehensive online glossary and encyclopedia for people who need to look up the meaning of an astrological term or concept.
The Astrology Podcast is a weekly podcast featuring discussions on technical, historical, and philosophical topics related to astrology, hosted by professional astrologer Chris Brennan.
Zoidiasoft offers software including The Delphic Oracle—based on Hellenistic astrology, Timaeus—a background application of planetary hours, and Terran Atlas—a city coordinates database.
The CPA provides a unique workshop, seminar and professional training program designed to foster the cross-fertilization of the fields of astrology and depth, humanistic and transpersonal psychology.
Culture & Cosmos is a peer-reviewed academic journal published on the history of astrology and cultural astronomy. It welcomes submissions containing original research on a wide range of topics.
Founded in London in 1948, The Faculty of Astrological Studies has an international reputation for excellence in astrological education. Current patrons include Rob Hand and Baldur Ebertin.
Hellenistic astrology is a tradition of Greco-Roman astrology that originated in the Mediterranean region sometime around the 1st century BCE, and was practiced until approximately the 7th century.
Hettie Malan's formal study of astrology started in 2003 when she enrolled with the Faculty of Astrological Studies. She is a member of The Association of Professional Astrologers International.
Horoscopic astrology is a very specific and advanced type of astrology that developed in Egypt around the 1st century BCE, subsequently flourishing in other parts of the world over the last 2,000 years.
Jean Elliott has been working as an astrologer since 1984, when she gained the Diploma from the Faculty of Astrological Studies. She is a Fellow of the Association of Professional Astrologers International.
Kepler College has attracted a wide range of individuals from all over the world. Its instructors are known for both their astrological skills and their ability to teach in an online environment.
Lynn Holt is a certified Western astrologer (DM Astrol) and member of the Association of Professional Astrologers International who specializes in the interpretation of natal charts and solar returns.
Astrology and politics have always been intertwined. Western astrology was originally developed in Mesopotamia by scholars who provided kings with reports on astrological observations and predictions.
Queer Astrology (QA) aims to build community, generate dialogue and promote queer visibility. QA Projects envision more real-time and face-to-face spaces for astrologers to meet and learn together.
Solunars is an online forum for the study and growth of Western sidereal astrology. With over 800 members posting over 20,000 posts in over 2,300 topics, it's a great place to exchange knowledge and get tips.