The Urania Trust was founded as an educational charity on the 9th November 1970 to further the advancement of education regarding the relationship between man's knowledge and beliefs about the heavens and every aspect of art science, philosophy and religion. Our founding trustees were highly esteemed astrologers: James Russell, Ada Phillips, Charles Harvey, John Addey and Tom Fripp. Read more about The Urania Trust...
The fingerprints of astrology are all over the Twelve Steps, says astrologer Steven Forrest. They uncannily and unerringly mirror the evolutionary logic of the twelve houses.
Astrologer Paul Westran has a tested theory about relationships. His eight-year study of 1,300 couples examining the correlations between planetary alignments and real events produced some surprising results.
French Astrologer Andre Barbault reports pandemics occur when outer planets from Jupiter to Pluto orbit in close proximity.
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.
The direction of Plato's ethical system is based on the nature of the human self and its destiny: if we are, as he thinks, immortal and intellectual creatures, unfolding our potential in the world of time, then the pursuit of material wealth and temporal security is of little value.
The English Language has many words whose etymology is derived from astrology. Is it lunacy to consider that the flu disaster chronology has anything to do with astrology – even on a Sunday? In case you missed them, the above sentence contains six astrology-derived words!