The Urania Trust was founded as an educational charity on the 9th November 1970 to further the advancement of education regarding the relationship between man's knowledge and beliefs about the heavens and every aspect of art science, philosophy and religion. Our founding trustees were highly esteemed astrologers: James Russell, Ada Phillips, Charles Harvey, John Addey and Tom Fripp. Read more about The Urania Trust...
A history and description of modern astrological data collection, by Hans-Hinrich Taeger, co-founder of the Taeger Archives.
"It’s a battle within and without," writes New York astrologer Cassandra Butler, MA.
Based on Charles Harvey's presentation for Kepler Day in London 1994. He discusses a different model for astrology research based on astrological elements and Carl Jung's four functions.
Hypatia lived in a turbulent time when the library of Alexandria was destroyed in 389. Although not a salaried director of a philosophy school, eminent people of the city came to listen to her. She wrote about mathematics, astronomy and philosophy, and more.
We orient ourselves within time and space that have pre-existed us by thousands of years. However remote this might seem from our ancestors, it draws on the same source to establish its accuracy: the position of the stars.
Neil Michelsen was an American computer programmer, astrologer and publisher. He pioneered the calculation and printing of horoscopes at reasonable prices.