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20 Recommended Astrology Links on The Net

Updated on October 29, 2017
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Has studied astrology/historical seismology since the late '70s in San Francisco. Published in the ISAR International Astrologer in 2012.

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A very thorough list of astrological factors based on Date, time and location:

Another great on-line calculator for astrological data. What I especially like for this and the last one are the very detailed daily rates of the planets which is an aspect rarely used by astrologers but I find very important for determining whether a planet's function is going to be dominant or muted in a chart (along with how many planets aspect it). This one requires that the time of the event be in Greenwich Mean or Universal Time:

Here is a great online program that will supply one with exceptionally accurate data for any A.D. date (not limited to just geocentric data):

Astrolabe free chart and mini interpretation web page:

A free prognostication page brought to us by Matrix Software. Definitely worth checking out:

Also free from Matrix Software is a page of free e-books written by their founder Michael Erlewine:

Here is a link to the best Calendar of Astronomical Events on the net. If you scroll down to the bottom you will find links to other years and time zones:

Here is another calendar that you can pick just about any month in any year to get important solar system body information such as when a planet is nearest the sun or crosses the ecliptic:

Astro Databank is the depository of Lois Rodden (1928-2003) who collected accurate birth data of famous people. Over 22,000 charts are available from this web site:

Looking for a reliable astrologer in your neighborhood? Give this site a try:

For those astrologers who look at events many centuries ago in say Italy or the middle east, it is sometimes important to determine the exact time of sunrise or sunset. This calculator will help in such research:

Five Millennium (-1999 to +3000) Canon of Solar Eclipses Database:

Swiss ephemeris files for 6,000 years:

Solar Influences Data Analysis Center (SIDC) in Belgium:

An example of the late, great astrologer Dane Rudhyar's deep thinking:

If you are interested in Chinese astrology this web site would appear to be a good start:

A look into Sabian Symbols in astrology:

A great on-line dictionary of planetary aspect meanings:

Here is a little description of sidereal astrology as opposed to the usual tropical astrology:

Much more detail on sidereal astrology:


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  • MaharshiRudra profile image

    Maharshi Rudra 2 years ago from India

    Sounds good lots of link which is useful for every one who will get best guidance from Astrology Science.

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    Joseph Ritrovato 2 years ago from Vancouver, WA (nextdoor to Portland, OR)

    Here's another link that I use astrologically, but (for me at least) specifically related only to earthquake forecasting (it lists dates and times for the moon at perigee for a given year and also gives how far off it will be from a New or Full Moon). Ideal for determining when the next 'Super Moon' is about to arrive: