Celebrated Astrologers
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Edward Johndro

L. Edward Johndro was one of the great astrologers of the last century. I have found that it is more important to understand his concept of astrology then it is too determine his specific techniques.

Marsilio Ficino

Marsilio Ficino was born at Figline Valdarno, near Florence. His father, Diotifeci, was a physician who treated the great Cosimo de’ Medici, the de facto ruler of the republic of Florence.

William Lilly

Lilly was accepted as a member of the Salter’s Company and in 1632 was introduced to an astrologer, John Evans, who took Lilly as a pupil.

Charles Jayne

Charles used to say that that one needed to study astronomy in order to truly understand astrology. He was interested in the astronomical structure of astrology.


Like any other mathematicus in Italy at the turn of the 17th century, Galileo took astrology for granted and practised it in a quite matter-of-fact way.

Johannes Kepler

Throughout his troubled life, Kepler sought for a Pythagorean unity between Astronomy and Astrology. He invented three new astrological aspects just as he discovered three laws of planetary motion.

Dane Rudhyar

Dane Rudhyar (1895 –1985) is widely regarded by astrologers as one of the key figures in modern western astrology. Stephen Arroyo named him one of the twentieth century’s greatest astrologers.

Hypatia in Raphael’s School of Athens

No works are recorded of Hypatia of Alexandria, no picture exists, even the year of her birth is not remembered. She came to be damned as a witch by the Christian church ...

Dennis Elwell

Born: 16 February 1930 'late at night' with a clock striking (rectified by Dennis to 11.44pm) in Stourbridge, Worcs. Died: 13 November 2014 around 8.15pm Stourbridge.