Asteroid Listings by Mark Pottenger


Mark Pottenger is Dr. Zipporah Dobyns’s son.  He has for sale an Asteroid program to supplement your main astrology program as none have a full listing themselves.  Serennu.com does provide for free a good account, but to get all that active that day you must pay $69.00 per year.   Pottenger’s version is $100.00 for 20G worth of asteroids that you never have to upgrade … Continue reading Asteroid Listings by Mark Pottenger

Martha Wescott’s Tools of the Trade


Ms. Wescott, fondly called the Queen of Asteroids, is offering the latest set of her monthly Tools of the Trade in a 3 year set, but it is yet listed in her shop, so contact her via the above or email for an invoice if you are interested.  We receive no reimbursement for this ad.  It is being published for public interest.  It is not really … Continue reading Martha Wescott’s Tools of the Trade

Astrology, a lucrative path…..for very few


Astrology and being an astrologer are distant outliers from the cultural norm. Making a living as an astrologer is not a prosperous path. In the late 1800s, Alan Leo generated a rebirth in the interest of astrology when he produced mass horoscopes and employed astrologers as a group. Today, Astrology reports are a computerized commodity and I think there is not much collaboration among astrologers … Continue reading Astrology, a lucrative path…..for very few

John Toland on #462 Adolf Hilter


by Gary Noel Last week, I was asked some questions regarding my comments about Hitler and . I was asked if I was arguing that Hitler was a humane mass murderer. I never said those words. In fact, I put “humanely” in quotes to emphasize the absurdity of genocide being benevolent.  For the June 1995 issue of American Astrology, I wrote an article about Audie … Continue reading John Toland on #462 Adolf Hilter

ISAR Board member resignation


On Tuesday evening, February 27, Dr. Glenn Perry announced his resignation as an International Society for Astrological Research board member. In his resignation letter to the board, Glenn stated, “I will miss my ISAR family. Should the need arise, I will remain available for projects to which I might usefully contribute.” ISAR regrets the circumstances that ultimately led to Glenn’s resignation, we are grateful for … Continue reading ISAR Board member resignation

The Mongol Time-Lords & the West


by Johan Elverskog* This week for Chinese New Year we bring you a scholastic paper from Medieval history Journal on the Chinese and Mongolian contributions to medieval astrology.  The original paper, in toto, is below.  Astrology in pre-modern Eurasia, was fundamentally about orienting oneself—and one’s realm—in time and space and, as such, by bringing order to chaos, it functioned as a handmaiden of empire. The … Continue reading The Mongol Time-Lords & the West