Bruno, Louise and the language of colour

In this short extract from her book Astrological Psychology, Esotericism and the Transpersonal, Sue Lewis highlights the influences that led to the Hubers’ pioneering the use of colour in the interpretation of the astrological chart. It begins with the period the Hubers spent in Florence, working with Roberto Assagioli at his Psychosynthesis Institute, helping with…

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Looking at the Night Sky 2019

Astrology and astronomy are twin sciences, once but a single subject. So all astrologers are interested in observing the heavens. This interesting resource on looking at the night sky during 2019 has been brought to our attention. The following text has been sent from Jenny Brown at hobbyhelp.com. 2019 is set to be a fascinating…

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The Authors: Richard Llewellyn

Richard Llewellyn answers Joyce Hopewell’s questionnaire, which aims to elicit what motivates people to write books about astrological psychology. Richard is co-author of the book The Cosmic Egg Timer: Introducing Astrological Psychology. 1) What inspired you to write this book? Having worked with Bruno and Louise Huber whilst creating the teaching material for the School…

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Gifts for Mankind: Radioactivity from Madame Curie.

  Marie Curie, a Polish and naturalised-French physicist and chemist pioneered research in radioactivity. Her achievements included the development of the theory of radioactivity (a term she coined) and the discovery of two elements: Polonium (named after her beloved fatherland) and Radium. Her discovery of radioactivity would later lead to the treatment of cancer with radiation. She literally gave her life to science: she died…

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Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury tops of my list of rock singers. His voice is iconic, along with his style and energy in performance. He was electric and riveting on stage but, according to the current biopic of his his life with Queen, was not an easy person to live with. Nor was he comfortable with himself and…

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