Monthly Archives: November 2020

Alexander Marr’s Gemini Rising Chart for the USA

Alexander Marr (12 April 1919 — 9 February 2000) was a Swiss-born astrologer whose family moved to Germany when he was one year old. He was a pioneer in working on astrological charts with computer programs, using the topocentric system, … Continue reading

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Shameless self-promotion

Llewellyn Publishers is set to release my most recent book on finding lost objects with horary astrology early in 2021. Here is an image from The following is the first page of the Table of Contents in response to … Continue reading

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An Amazing Discovery of an Asteroid that hit the Earth in 3123 BCE

I saw this online* and am reposting it here. Researchers believe that this clay tablet tracks the trajectory of the asteroid which collided with the Austrian Alps in Kovels in June of 3123 BCE, causing a catastrophic impact that killed … Continue reading

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The Great Jupiter and Saturn Conjunction

On Thursday 19 November 2020 I will be speaking via Zoom at the Astrological Society of Connecticut about the upcoming Jupiter-Saturn conjunction of 21 December 2020. Here is a link to their site if you are interested in attending: reading