Astrologers often face the criticism that our work is imprecise and not scientifically valid or verifiable. Skeptics remain unconvinced of astrology’s viability as a form of knowledge about human experience. This raises a challenge for those of us who seek to validate astrology in our society, to gain respect for our work. Responding to […]
In an astrological chart, the Sun reveals our main life purpose, the core reasons behind why we’ve been born and what we’re in the process of becoming. When we express our Sun (birth) sign, we are acknowledging our birthright: the opportunity to manifest our individual life path and potential. In the horoscope, the Sun is […]
Is astrology a science? Hardcore skeptics say no, and many mainstream astrologers aren’t sure it matters; astrology is what it is and should not be constrained by materialist assumptions about the way things work in the natural world, they say. Are Scientists Wrong About Astrology?
Astrology works by reminding you who you are, by warning you about the comforting lies we all tell ourselves, and by illuminating the experiences that trigger your most explosive leaps in awareness. What Can Astrology Do For You?
Do people born at the same time and place with the same astrological birth chart – whether biological or astrological twins – have the same personality traits and life course? What Can We Truly Say About Twins?
When you say that you’re a Gemini or a Leo, what you are saying is that the sun was in that sign of the zodiac when you were born. The kind of popular astrology that people are familiar with from newspapers tells us that the signs change with the calendar. Capricorn is from December 22nd […]
In How Astrology Works, James Lynn Page challenges the criticisms of skeptics with both power and precision. It’s a short book that combines logic and narrative to make an entertaining read. Book Review: How Astrology Works: A Professional Stargazer Speaks Out!
When we make an appointment to meet someone, we are orientating ourselves within concepts of time and space that have pre-existed us by thousands of years. The very ‘every-day-ness’ of such moments, as philosophers such as Heidegger and Wittgenstein have described, hold unconsidered origins. We tend to be unaware of the history that underpins our […]