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APA coming up to the DC

What could the future have in store for APA? Does its foundation chart tell us anything? It is now over 35 years since the enterprise of introducing astrological psychology to the English-speaking world was embarked upon by Richard Llewellyn and Pamela Tyler in a Knightsbridge pub. Those years are documented in various places, including a

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Who is Donald Trump?

With the presidential election almost upon us, Pamela Tyler takes another look at the chart of contender Donald Trump. Caveat readers, Insofar as Donald Trump literally gives me night mares, I have adopted this artificial structure for reviewing his horoscope in the hopes of preserving some objectivity in its analysis. Trump’s vertical chart along the

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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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