The Astrological Journal 2017


January 2017

January Astrological Association Journal
Editorial
by Victor Olliver

Post-truth politics, strange times and Uranus

Supposedly, we're living in an era of 'post-truth politics' and populist rebellion against establishment elites. So, in this issue, what better planet to focus on than rabble-rousing Uranus, associated with rebellion, independence (or crankism), reform and sudden turns? From Maurice Fernandez's piece on the Jupiter-Uranus cycle, to Jonathon Clark's essay on 18th century flight at the time of the 'discovery' of Uranus....

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March 2017

march Astrological Association Journal
Editorial
by Victor Olliver

Dracula's chart...and the case of false perception?

When Simão Cortês first proposed his essay on how the astrology of fictitious characters (such as Captain America or Dracula) seems to 'work', I felt a little uneasy. John Frawley and other astrologers have tackled this subject before but I have yet to make an in-depth study of their work. I tried to recall the term that I feared might be used to characterise the phenomenon but could not, so I tapped this sentence into the Google search box: "Word for seeing patterns in clouds".....

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