William Shakespeare, perhaps by John Taylor

When the topic of Shakespeare and astrology arises, generally people look at his plays to find Shakespeare’s “belief” in astrology. But the astrological model provides a much grander underlying archetypal structure.

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William Shakespeare, engraving by Martin Droeshout

Astrological symbolism shows up in Shakespeare’s works not only as single references but also as the archetypal basis for entire plays. Part of the profundity of his work is that he references specific astrological details, a model originating in ancient times.

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Financial Astrology in the 20th Century

Much has been published about financial markets and astrology over the last 100 years. This article focuses on selective themes and results that were important both for our understanding of financial astrology and for our practise of astrology generally.

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Learning to Think in New Categories

This universe of ours: what is it really? Here we are, centers of consciousness, surrounded by a buzzing confusion which we must try to understand. But we are the selfsame stuff of the universe; a cloud of energy interacting with other clouds of energy, more participants than observers.

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Diagram of Gauquelin zones

A novel study by Prof. Suzel Fuzeau-Braesch, sought to test the work of Michel Gauquelin by determining whether the behavior of 500 pedigreed puppies from 100 different litters would measurably correlate to rising or culminating planets in their birth charts.

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This astrology book was written by Charles and Suzi Harvey. It offers a unique perspective on astrology, helping the reader to understand it from both an esoteric and practical point of view.

Originally published by the Urania Trust, this book is no longer in print. However, we are pleased to present it here on our website in 9 chapters.

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