Tag: Bruno Huber

It had to be them

This post was written by Pam Tyler, who was joint founder of APA in 1983. The Hubers rocked my world in 1978. The first time I heard them speak was in Atlanta at the American Federation of Astrologers Conference. I had come from London to sit for the AFA’s Teacher and Professional Certification exam. My

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The strange case of the Astrology Centre of America

Updated version 27 Jan 16. If you live in the USA you may well be aware of the online astrological bookshop of the Astrology Centre of America, which holds stocks of, and sells many books on astrology and astrological psychology, including those by Bruno & Louise Huber and by Joyce Hopewell. It has been brought

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The Psychological Significance of the Horoscope

Bruno & Louise Huber explain the psychological significance of the horoscope and its five levels in this edited extract from ‘The Astrological Houses’, which was the first and foundational book in their series on astrological psychology. This is one of an occasional series of posts where we highlight some of the basics of astrological psychology

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Classical Indicators of Intelligence in the Horoscope

Bruno Huber summarises the three classical indicators of intelligence in the horoscope – Saturn, Mercury and Jupiter, in this extract from his book ‘Astrological Psychosynthesis’. This material was first published in German in 1981 under the title ‘Intelligenz im Horoskop’, and provides a good astrological-psychological background to the previous blog post ‘Why did I do

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Simplicity

You may have heard the phrase “keep it simple, stupid” (or K.I.S.S. as it is sometimes written in abbreviated form). Simplicity is one of the transpersonal qualities identified in Assagioli’s Psychosynthesis and it’s a quality which pervades Astrological Psychology. The natal chart is an essay in simplicity – clear, uncluttered, easy to absorb visually and

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Reflections on Astrological Psychology

This is an edited version of the final words spoken by Bruno Huber at the last seminar he gave in England in 1998. The full text is in the book ‘Astrology and the Seven Rays’. There is a need for a certain purity of that kind of astrology which we do, because it is so

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In Memory of Bruno Huber 1930 – 1999

This brief appreciation, by psychoanalyst and API tutor Wolfhard König, recently appeared in the German-language magazine AstroLog October/November 2014. It has been translated by Heather Ross. The picture shows Bruno on his last visit to England in 1998, together with Wolfhard at a seminar he gave in Wales in 2001. Fifteen years have now passed

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What is Astrological Psychology?

This article was written by Bruno Huber for inclusion in his ‘Astrological Glossary’ and was translated from the German by Agnes Shellens. Astrological Psychology is a branch of psychology which uses Astrology as a diagnostic tool. It is primarily based on the insights of depth psychology, but also on humanistic and transpersonal psychology. In concept

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