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.

Ryuichi Ishizuka – Scopes of Influence

In this brief article, I would like to discuss about a theme which is less talked about, but I think is crucially important to utilizing symbology in a practical way. I would like to talk about scopes of influence. Ancients taught us the fundamental principle: as above, so below. I interpret this to mean that the state of […]

Mauricio Bernis – Evolutionary Energies

Uranus, Neptune and Pluto in Natal Charts and Forecasts Preliminary considerations Astrology, as history tells us, has already experienced moments of greater social and, so to speak, “academic” recognition when the sages of antiquity were dedicated to its study and practice. However, over time it lost its place in the scientific context and consequently it […]

Nunzia Coppola Meskalila – Sleeping Prophet on His Kite

BIOGRAPHY “There is a River”, written by Tom Sugrue, was the first biography of Edgar Cayce. Other biographies written by other authors incorporated the documentation left by Cayce’s family, making it possible to reconstruct the significant moments of his life. Edgar Cayce was born on March 18, 1877 into a farming family in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, […]

R. Hakan Kırkoğlu – Lunation Report for September 2020

Crucial health check: Full Moon in Pisces, 2 September 2020 During the times of Virgo-Pisces polarity, we would be more concerned with issues of general health, supporting services, and proper applications. The full moon in Pisces shifts our attention to universal concerns especially to the people in need and suffering. Could this be a time […]

Frank C Clifford – The Twilight Zone first airs on TV

October 2, 1959; 10:00 p.m. EDT; New York, NY The Twilight Zone was a seminal show on American television, considered the most influential sci-fi anthology series of all time. Its 156 eerie episodes fused science fiction, fantasy, and metaphysics with a unique brand of paranormal and psychological horror. The show has often been described as […]

Cassandra Tyndall – Astrology: Your Personal GPS System

As a form of divination, astrology differs from other psychic sciences. One of the ways I like to describe the astrological birth chart is that it’s a snapshot of the heavens at your moment of birth. The birth chart is like your life compass or your own personal GPS system.  Within the configurations of planets […]

Graham Ibell – Extinction Rebellion

Extinction Rebellion: a brief look at its horoscope Last week marks another wave of civil disobedience protests around the world coordinated by the global movement Extinction Rebellion (XR), seeking radical political change to address current and impending ecological crises. For those who don’t know much about this you’ll find more here or here. Given my […]

Nunzia Coppola Meskalila – Sri Yantra, Karmic Astrology and Counseling

OM PHAT SVAHA Competence and professionalism are crucial, but not enough to make an excellent consultancy. The keys to helping the client to recognize his own needs through his horoscope are empathy and listening. This level is possible for the astrologer who is used to facing up to his shadows, by a spiritual training.  Karmic […]

Frank Clifford – The First Academy Awards

The Oscar is the ultimate symbol of achievement in entertainment, and its annual award ceremony is broadcast worldwide with much fanfare. Yet, the first Academy Awards were presented during an understated 15-minute ceremony that was accompanied by dinner. This modest start, reflected in the event’s Virgo Midheaven (MC) and elevated Moon (see chart), is far […]