Louise and Bruno Huber

Bruno Huber was a Swiss astrologer and teacher who, with his German born wife Louise, founded the Astrological-Psychology Institute in Switzerland. Their Huber Method merges astrology with Roberto Assagioli's Psychosynthesis.

Charles Jayne

Charles A. Jayne Jr. used to say that that one needed to study astronomy in order to truly understand astrology. He believed that astronomy was the physical side of the spiritual. Charles felt that the physical universe is but the shadow of God.

Edward Johndro

Edward Johndro was an original thinker who discovered new astrological concepts that tradition-bound astrologers were unwilling to accept. His strict scientific approach added much to the astrology toolbox: vertex, 24th harmonic, fixed stars, predictive techniques and more.

Johannes Kepler

Throughout his troubled life, Kepler sought a Pythagorean unity between Astronomy and Astrology. He invented three new astrological aspects, along with his three laws of planetary motion. These were part of his quest for the Harmonices Mundi, his magnum opus.

William Lilly

William Lilly is perhaps best remembered as the author of the classic astrology text Christian Astrology. His name stands out in the surge of astrological writings in 17th century England. He published his own almanac annually and predicted many dramatic events.

Marion March

A German born, American astrologer who rose to become internationally known as a lecturer and teacher. She was twice awarded the Regulus Award. With Joan McEvers she co-wrote the best selling 6 volume series The Only Way to Learn Astrology.

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