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Bringing astrologers together from all over the world with lectures on all topics and from diverse branches of astrology.

Conference 2021

From £37 a year you can access our unique digital archive with all issues of the Astrological Journal published from 1959 onwards, and attend our annual Conference.

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Looking for an astrology talk, meeting or conference? A chance to share a day, an afternoon, an evening or a weekend with like-minded people?

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The Astrological Association maintains a Library and an Archive of books, periodicals and research papers dating from the 18th century onwards, and which AA Members may visit by appointment. In addition, we have a number of pre-loved books that are available to purchase by mail order.

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A Day on Harmonics

Celebrating the Urania Trust’s 50th Birthday
and the life and works of Charles Harvey

UPCOMING ONLINE EVENT

An introduction from Urania Trust Chair Jonathan Powell
and Astrological Association’s President Roy Gillett.

This is a heavily subsidised day where we hope the community will be able to come together and celebrate the excellent work of Charles Harvey and Harmonics.

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Nov 2020

AA News & Information

Latest news and a selection of articles & interviews from previous issues of our world renowned Astrological Journal

Astrology in the Guardian

Astrology in the Guardian Well, there’s a thing… https://www.theguardian.com/news/2020/oct/05/like-a-virgo-why-madonna-ditched-david-guetta-over-his-star-sign The Guardian is normally very anti-astrology, but this bit was

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