The November 2014 issue of our newsletter/magazine Conjunction is now available to members. It includes the following content.
News and Comment
In the publically visible part of Conjunction, available here, APA principal Joyce Hopewell considers the significance of the planet Pluto and relates this to a recent visit to Jodrell Bank in Cheshire.
News items includes a feature on the new APA website, inviting members to submit items for the new blog, and identifies the free Huber-style chart facility provided by astro.com.
The regular feature Maggie’s Musings by Maggie Jeffery, considers positive psychology and A Map of Happiness.
The following articles are available to members only.
Clint Eastwood – The Man with No Name, by Joyce Hopewell
Joyce takes a look at the chart of prolific actor and film director Clint Eastwood.
Arthur Koestler, by Wanda Smit
As the first of a series ‘Biographies penned by the Planets’, Wanda offers her interpretation of Arthur Koestler’s chart.
From the First Chamber, by Kim Earl
Kim continues the imaginative story of her sub-personalities from Conjunction 58-61, on their journey through the Crystal Maze, moving on from the 1st chamber (house).
From the Unconscious to the Conscious, by Wanda Smit
Wanda continues Diana’s story as her Age Point rises above the DC into the conscious hemisphere.
When You Drop a Stone in a Pond, by Richard Llewellyn
This article, by APA’s joint founder, reminds us of some of the basics of astrological psychology and psychosynthesis.
The following book reviews are all by APA tutor Sue Lewis.
Dreams and Astrological Psychology, by John D. Grove
Sue’s comprehensive review of the new book by psychotherapist and APA student John Grove concludes that this ‘is a significant book that raises a lot of issues and demonstrates how dreams, imagination, and astrological psychology might unite in developing a level of consciousness more attuned to our evolving world’.
Inside the Cosmic Mind, by Phoebe Wyss
The Dream of the Cosmos, by Anne Baring
Cosmos, Chaosmos and Astrology, by Bernadette Brady
Features the charts of ‘maverick UK politicians’ Alex Salmond, Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage.