Interesting and Useful Links:
George Washington's 110
Of Civility And Decent Behaviour --
know, but few people,
these days, do...
Sessions in the Third
-- Our sister e-zine at Matrix Software...
-- Our Beirut
astrologer friend, TV star of the Middle East! Read our
-- The best
honey in the world, we always come back for more, especially the raw
wildflower. Help the bees help us all stay alive!...separate
continuously updated...it's exploding!
are so many great astro-bloggers whom we really love, there's not
enough room on this page, so here is their own...
Carolina's Lynn Hayes, who regularly and thoughtfully outlines charts
of current headliners on the national and international scene, from the
Hollywood Freeway to the Washington Beltway...
ElsaElsa -- Elsa is one of our
favorite astro-bloggers, with uniquely wonderful and often quirky
insights into correspondents' personal charts, plus commentary on
sky happenings and their implications...don't miss her daily blog news
compendium at www.astrodispatch.com...
World — You'll
a wealth of astrological material
articles, techniques, history. Whether you're just beginning or an old
pro, there's plenty to choose from...
Website Services --
Scott is our Canadian server and Ontario entrepreneur extraordinaire --
get him to host your site...
ZodiacArts -- Our dear
Sandra and David
Mosley, skilled and long-tempered practitioners of the round art,
particularly on the subject of cycles and phases, lunar and otherwise...
Anomalist – A
compendium of world-wide news stories of the unusual and unexplained,
strange science to the science of the paranormal.
Times – The
British magazine of strange and unusual phenomena,
named after research Charles Fort. Lots of news and articles on the
between science and the unexplained.
a wonderful compendium of unusual music, art, general awareness of now,
and anyplace else that is generally off the wall and you
Zodiac Birthday Ecards
-- a fun way to send the Sun-sign of your choice a musical birthday
The daily word from Paris by
ex-pat journalist and astrologer Eric Francis. Wide-ranging articles,
opinion, lots more. See our rave review...
-- UK astrologer
Robert Currey, who founded The Astrology Shop in Covent Garden, has a
fistful of sites here, including locational, plus news, and variety.
-- Paul Wade
teaches astrology from his English countryside retreat, and his
specialty is astro-decorating. Judging from his site design, he can
give us a makeover any time...see our review of his book...
AstroCartography.co.uk -- Robert Currey's
site just for
Astro*Carto*Graphy - an official licensee for Jim Lewis's relocation
-- Robert Currey's own Equinox range Horoscopes, plus Astrological
Lunar Calendar, info on new age shows, and a neat onscreen orrery wheel.
-- Dr. Tony
Phillips keeps you abreast of sunspots, solar flares
and magnetic storms, auroras, passing asteroids, and everything else
that's roiling around space and might imminently affect us all...
-- This is a very deep site, with lots of articles and tables, and you
It’s very listified in format, so it’s sometimes
know just where to go,
but in case of doubt, just click on something and it’s likely
Houlding’s site is the place to go for an extensive
classical astrology texts, lists of sites with articles, other
-- These folks have a
great personality databank, and bring the charts right up
for you to look at, with English versions. Lots of
AstroDataBank -- The
Rodden was long the birthdata collector’s standard, and
there’s lots for free and more to be bought here.
-- If it came down
from above, or elsewhere, it’s here – astrologers
always have this on tap.
-- a good celebrity
DeVore's Encyclopedia Of
-- Lot’s of people (including us) have chunks of this posted
various contexts. Here it is, complete, courtesy of the
-- astrological king
of the neutral state, full of lots of stuff,
commercial and otherwise, and their Swiss Ephemeris and its long and
informative documentation is an education in itself…
Access New Age
-- Lots of
articles hidden in the back here.
-- Tons of database
links here, plus a good library of articles on
-- A great book
resource, reviews, links.
-- has all sorts
of medieval/renaissance texts available.
Christopher Warnock's site is
full of medieval/renaissance texts as well
-- this excellent magazine ceased publication only this year,
but there’s a great database, individual and mundane, plus
Birthday Calculator -- enter
your birthday and find out all kinds of fun things about it...