Author Archives: Karlina Imsiragic

Responding to Astrology’s Critics

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 […]

Carmen Ferreira – Memories of a 12th House Moon

In this article, which will be part of a series of case studies on the relationship between Astrology and Past Life memories, I will share a clinical case, focusing on the theme of placements in the 12th house correlating memories recovered in hypnotic trance with the proposals presented.

Kenneth Miller – Indian (Vedic) Astrology: What’s in it for me?

A comprehensive introduction and survey of Indian astrology. This is the only astrology that has been continually developed and fully embraced by a culture continuously for about 2000 years, without the transmission and translation issues that have plagued the West. 1. Learn a unique method for organizing Indian Astrology information so your Western astrology won’t […]

Boaz Fyler – Sex, Lust, Gender, and Sexual orientation in the Natal chart

Can we know by looking at a Natal chart how passionate a person is, and maybe, even their gender or sexual orientation? In an interesting and humorous way, we will explore the different attributes and learn to recognize how they play a part in a person’s sexuality. We will do so by examining the charts […]

Margaret Gray and Armand Diaz – Evolving Sexuality, dissolving the boundaries of sexual identity

Evolving Sexuality, dissolving the boundaries of sexual identity. How might this change our work with couples? Without a doubt, our understanding as a collective of both gender and sexuality has been undergoing a radical transformation over the past few decades. In this webinar we will explore the relationship between these changes and the transits of […]

Graham Ibell – Boris Johnson to be Prime Minister of the UK – some astrological thoughts

I cannot profess to understanding all the idiosyncrasies and ritual of British politics – nor am I particularly interested – but I’ve found the election of Boris Johnson by members of the UK Conservative party to replace outgoing leader Theresa May, making him Prime Minister of the UK, as disturbingly compelling as the bewildering election […]