Category Archives: Recent News

Here you can read about our top news stories and special articles from ISAR members. Each week we provide new information for our readers.

R. Hakan Kırkoğlu – Lunation Report for April 2023

Full Moon in Libra, 6 April 2023, 05:34:29 GMT, 16° 07 ́ Libra A full moon in Libra occurs on the 6th of April which highlights mutual issues and shared sensitivities. Recently, there have been great changes in the astrological background. Mars ingressed to Cancer a cardinal sign after staying in Gemini for many months. […]

R. Hakan Kırkoğlu – Lunation Report for March 2023

Full Moon in Virgo, 7 March 2023, 12:40:19 GMT, 16° 40 ́ Virgo The full moon in Virgo brings forth a greater awareness to our necessities, needs and skills in service to others. Virgo-Pisces polarity deals with service and health as well as the importance of giving and receiving in a selfless manner. During this […]

Mj Patterson – Software for Research in Astrology

Astrology can be considered both an art and a science. As a science, like all other “ologies” (Biology, Meteorology, and so on), Astrology has statistical foundation. Unlike Physics, it is based not on cause and effect, but on a longitudinal correlational study, — that is, over a very long time, people noticed that when planets were in […]

Asdrubal Moreno – Pluto in Aquarius

Pluto in Aquarius will be from March 23 until June 11, then its going to retrograde back to Capricorn and so it will be until 2025 for 20 years. The last time Pluto was in Aquarius was between 1778-1840 and What happened? The Industrial Revolution: Economic, social and technological transformation of the XVIII century. The […]

Bernard Duchatelle – 2023, Heading Towards Recovery?

The following describes the actuality of the celestial geometry of the year 2023, as well as the way it unfolds in our lives as citizens of this vast world. It is important to remember that this collective celestial geometry refers to our personal chart, regardless of its configurations. The personal chart provides our cosmic identity. […]

Ryuichi Ishizuka – Is Astrology not Suited for Prediction?

—TAKING ANOTHER LOOK AT IDIOSYNCRASY OF ASTROLOGY AS A TOOL — I have learned psychological astrology with Mr. Noel Tyl.  I am also interested in various fields of astrology such as traditional astrology, vibrational astrology, and visual astrology, etc., etc…   All of these fields are very deep and inspiring.  In the process of trying to […]

Ryuichi Ishizuka – Insights of the Child Fox

Implementing astrology, in a practical way, requires effort to maintain focus on the subject (the person) as a whole, since symbols always cover various themes beyond the issue at hand. As a student of psychological astrology, I felt I needed a metaphorical device to stay focused on the essential theme(s) of life development. Just as a […]

Frank Clifford – Retrograde Planets

Retrogrades (n) are an interesting phenomenon – not just in their apparent backwards motion but also in how astrologers perceive and interpret this optical illusion, as seen from the Earth. Much has been written on retrograde cycles (most famously, the Mercury retrograde) and on the importance of retrogrades in horary and electional astrology. Yet relatively […]

Richard Alwin Fidler – The Trials and the Triumphs of Sade Sati

“This is courage in a man: to bear unflinchingly what heaven sends.” — Euripides Vedic astrology singles out transiting Saturn’s Conjunction to the natal Moon as a particularly ominous event that brings about a host of calamitous developments in a person’s life. To make matters worse, this period is known as the ‘seven and-a-half’, since it […]