The Astrological Journal 2015

May 2015

May Astrological Association Journal
Editorial
by Victor Olliver

"While climate scientists cast contradictory 'peer reviewed' research statistics at each other on the topic of global warming and its disputed causes, Christopher Kevill offers another perspective. His piece 'The Astrology of Climate Change' (p. 42) examines the role planetary cycles may play in world temperature fluctuations - and in particular, the part of the Aries ingresses of Saturn and Pluto. He has discovered intriguing correspondences through Earth's ages worth further investigation. ..."

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March 2015

March Astrological Association Journal
Editorial
by Victor Olliver

"'Fate and Destiny are different animals, I think,' wrote Dennis Elwell back in 2004. 'Destiny is higher; it has more to do with one's potential, or dharma, or divine plan. Destiny is something for which we must strive; Fate is what happens to us if we don't. Both are visible in the birth chart.' In this issue we republish the essay, in which he makes these points, as part of our tribute to a man described by many as one of the 'greats' of astrology. Personally, I'm getting to know him posthumously since I had not read him at all before his passing of last year ..."

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January 2015

January Astrological Association Journal
Editorial
by Victor Olliver

"Sun sign astrology has long been held in contempt, not just by several of the newspaper and magazine editors happy to reap reader goodwill by publishing horoscope columns but by many serious and scholarly stargazers embarrassed by its seeming simplicity if not 'fraudulence'. Harper's Bazaar and Cosmo astrologer Jessica Adams begs to differ. In this issue she argues for its legitimacy and for its inclusion as an option in the curricula of schools of astrology..."

Read the rest of January's editorial here.

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