The Astrological Journal July 2022 64.4

53 Lynn Bell interviews Yves Lenoble
One of the great astrologers of France discusses planetary cycles and working with André Barbault and on Nostradamus’ original charts

08 Signals from the Galactic Centre?
Ronnie Grishman on the meaning of the Milky Way’s Sagittarius* black hole
09 Data News with Frank C. Clifford
Fallen tennis star Boris Becker’s 29° Scorpio: from grass courts to law courts
11 Was Vladimir Putin really born on 7 October 1950?
Sue Kientz uses dwarf planets Eris, Makemake, Haumea and Sedna to tackle the question
16 Fixed Stars with Oscar Hofman
Ukraine: the Aries ingress chart and Castor’s place
18 Ceres as an antidote to Pluto
The dwarf planet of pleb consciousness takes on the symbol of Hades. By Faye Blake
25 Not the Astrology Column with Anne Whitaker
How charts amaze by connecting across time and space
28 A moment of modernism: Neptune, Pluto and T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land
Robert Pendleton examines the astrology of one of the 20th century’s most important poems
37 An alternative look at Kurt Cobain’s astrology: Part 2
Out of bounds Ceres and fixed star Algol in the Nirvana star’s horoscope. By Kamila Lizis
41 Report from Planet Fashion with Christina Rodenbeck
Olivier Rousteing: Jupiter-Uranus Wonder Boy
42 Working with the Planets with Roy Gillett
Where’s the wealth? And major astro events July-September 2022
49 Becoming
The part of Sun, Venus, Neptune and the 5th house in understanding our creativity and uniqueness. By Ana Isabel
60 Mercury’s London
The planet’s symbolism is integral to the City and The Stationers’ Company. By Julian Venables
63 Following a Thread of Gold
Astrologer Caroline Sherwood introduces her memoir
66 Sign Language with Pam Crane
Bonnie and Clyde: Was he born in 1909 0r 1910?
71 Astro-X-Ray: Zeynep Özlem Yalçın
Is there a ‘best’ system in astrology?