One year since APA

It is nearly 1 year since the Astrological Psychology Association closed its books and ceased trading. What is now the state of Huber Astrology (or Astrological Psychology) in the English-speaking world in these times of increasingly turbulent change? The inspirational effect of meeting Bruno & Louise Huber directly has long since subsided. Their last seminar…

Astrological Psychology and Roberto Assagioli

A look at the relationship between Roberto Assagioli, founding father of psychosynthesis, and astrology, by psychosynthesis psychotherapist and author Will Parfitt, first published on 28 November 2022 by The Psychosynthesis Trust.   I read with interest in a recent Trust newsletter that the Astrological Psychology Association recently closed in the U.K., and gave a generous…

The Life Clock Revisited

I recently reread Bruno and Louise Huber’s book Life Clock, which struck me anew as  being quite remarkable, with profound implications. The Life Clock or Age Progression was extensively researched by Bruno and Louise in collaboration with Roberto Assagioli, the founder of the transpersonal psychology of Psychosynthesis, and founded on the spiritual principles of the…

Aspect Pattern Astrology

Aspect Pattern Astrology represents the culmination of Bruno & Louise Huber’s life work, in outlining for the first time to the general astrological public the crucial significance of the aspect pattern for psychological interpretation of the birth chart. The book was first published, with full colour illustrations, in German in 1999, the year that Bruno…

Bruno Huber – a brief biography 2

Written to provide author information related to Bruno’s books. November 29, 1930 – November 3, 1999 Bruno Huber was a Swiss astrologer and psychologist. In 1968, with his wife, Louise Huber, he founded Astrological Psychology Institute, which became an internationally-renowned school of Astrology. It was run according to humanist and psychological principles, based on Dr.…

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…