Astrodienst: This database server is a reference source for private use by astrologers, to find longitude, latitude, and time zone information. Plus it offers many other services, including chart calculation and interpretation.
American College of Vedic Astrology: ACVA is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to teaching the art and science of Vedic Astrology or Jyotish. ACVA’s purpose is to provide the highest quality of education and training in Vedic Astrology to students and professional astrologers worldwide, emphasizing ethics and professionalism in the mastery of the principles and practice of Vedic Astrology. The primary objective of the American College of Vedic Astrology is to advance the study of Vedic Sciences by providing a certification program which utilizes symposia, research and online education.
Anonymous of the Year 379: Bright, passionate, harmful and helpful stars. Italian translation by Giuseppe Bezza from CCAG V/1 pp. 194-211. English translation by Daria Dudziak.
Arabian Astrology (book excerpt): This page reproduces an entire section of James Herschel Holden’s recent book, A History of Horoscopic Astrology (Tempe, Arizona, American Federation of Astrologers, 1996, pp. 99-129). This thoroughly researched book is a history of the development of Western astrology from its origin among the Babylonians and its subsequent creation in its present form by the Alexandrians down to modern times. Special attention is given to the working conditions and techniques used by astrologers during the last two thousand years, and precious excerpts are given from the books of several astrologers in each period.
ARHAT Media: The Archive for the Retrieval of Historical Astrological Texts is an on-going project of Robert Hand, who is a Master Astrologer and an outstanding ancient and medieval historian. ARHAT functions to procure, protect, and publish translations of historical astrological works and secondary source material for all serious astrologers and scholars. Beginning as an informal association in 1992, the “Archive,” as it is known today, and the Robert Hand Library now house the original texts and translations of over two dozen ancient and medieval astrologers.
AstroDataBank: This is the site of the AstroDataBank, the data collection that was started by Lois Rodden, and which has a premier collection of chart data, and information on researching chart data.
Astrologia Medieval: This site contains a number of pdf texts of medieval astrology works.
AstrologyFlix: Video streaming service from the IAA. Hundreds of videos from our lectures, workshops, and conferences, presented by some of the world’s leading astrologers.
Astrology News Service: The Astrology News Service (ANS) seeks to educate the public about astrology and its value to individuals and society. The ANS is a joint project of the astrological associations ISAR, NCGR, AFA and AFAN.
Breaking Down the Borders: The original online international astrology conference. Watch for our next conference! The conference is a three-day event held completely online featuring some of the world’s leading astrologers. The sessions are held in real time, with the schedule adapted to accommodate participants from around the world.
Classical Astrology: The website of Dorian Gieseler Greenbaum. Classical astrology as a specific term is used in two different ways. It can refer only to the astrology of the Hellenistic Era and the Roman, Late and Early Byzantine Empires. (In this usage it is synonymous with the term “ancient astrology.”) Or, it can be used as a general term, synonymous with “traditional astrology,” meaning the astrology practiced in the western world prior to about 1700. In that sense it includes ancient astrology as well as medieval and Renaissance astrology.
CurrentPlanetaryPositions.com: Displays the current positions of the planets in the zodiac. Also displays the current Moon phase and provides a page where you can calculate the planetary positions for any date and time.
Dane Rudhyar Audio Archives – A 20th Century Voice with 21st Century Vision: This site is presented in conjunction with Leyla Rudhyar Hill and RITA, the Rudhyar Institute for Transpersonal Activity, the Rudhyar Audio Archives freely provides numerous presentations made by Dane Rudhyar, acknowledged visionary in his own time. Hearing Rudhyar, in his own words, in his own voice, makes his complex material more easily accessible. Often rich in concepts, Rudhyar’s lectures are well structured and the topics profound and inspiring.
Federation of Australian Astrologers: The Federation of Australian Astrologers is a professional organization which provides services for their membership, including conferences and publications.
FindAstrologer.com: This is one of the older online search engines to find an astrologer, whether by region, or by specialty.
ISAR: International Society for Astrological Research is dedicated to encouraging the highest standards of quality in astrology. We do that in several ways: by offering a certification program that emphasizes ethics awareness, competence in techniques and interpretation, and empathic consulting skills; by promoting data accuracy and the reporting of original sources; by networking with other organizations to provide the best astrological educational services available anywhere; by sponsoring research to help build the body of proven scientific evidence relevant to astrology; by issuing a professionally written Journal and a weekly e-newsletter.
LacusCurtius (Translations of Classical Works): Most of these classical texts by ancient authors, whether in the original language or in translation, are not to be found anywhere else online. They all have one further point in common: each one has a full set of local links, down to the section level, according to a consistent scheme in each case, so you can target your link to the exact passage needed.This includes the full text of Ptolemy’s Tetrabiblos.
Linda Furiate: Mentor, Motivator, Writer: Work with the Universe through the use of astrology to attract those things that allows for soul growth and manifestation of life’s desires.
MyAstrology.net: MyAstrology.net offers a variety of data, forecasts, and other resources for astrologers and those who are interested in astrology: Today’s Transit Forecast, ephemeris calculator, extensive astrological bookstore, collection of astrology blogs, and more.
NASA Solar Eclipse Page: On this site, you can get all sorts of information about either upcoming or historical eclipses.
NCGR: National Council for Geocosmic Research is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising the standards of astrological education and research. The organization’s activities include sponsoring local chapters and several special interest groups (SIG). Professionally certified astrologers among NCGR members have passed all four levels of an education and testing program (or gained equivalency for three of the four levels) based on a comprehensive curriculum widely respected for its excellence and rigor.
NOVA Astrology Group: Bringing together the astrological community of Northern Virginia through educational seminars and workshops, and professional development.
Ode to Pluto Astrology: Website of Jennie Sheldon White, an IAA graduate and instructor.
Planet Weather & Mindworks: 21st-Century Astrology: Website of Dorothy Oja, longtime astrologer, lecturer, and astrological e-publisher.
Rebeca Eigen, Houston Astrologer: Rebeca Eigen is a Houston astrologer and author of The Shadow Dance and The Astrological 7th House Workbook. Rebeca’s work helps those who have given up on relationships, who are frustrated with what they keep creating, who want to know how to be a better partner and who may have heard the word “Shadow” and want to understand how to relate to their own Shadow.
Solar System Live: Welcome to Solar System Live, the interactive Orrery of the Web. You can view the entire Solar System, or just the inner planets (through the orbit of Mars). Controls allow you to set time and date, viewpoint, observing location, orbital elements to track an asteroid or comet, and a variety of other parameters.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy organizes scholars from around the world in philosophy and related disciplines to create and maintain an up-to-date reference work.
StarIQ – The Future of Astrology: StarIQ.com is a refreshingly unique astrology site that offers free personalized forecasts by email, original daily content on astrology and sports, health, celebrities, finance and other subjects, as well as a guide to astrology conferences, organizations and practitioners worldwide.
The Internet Classics Archive: Select from a list of 441 works of classical literature by 59 different authors, including user-driven commentary and “reader’s choice” web sites. Mainly Greco-Roman works (some Chinese and Persian), all in English translation.
The Mountain Astrologer: The Mountain Astrologer is often considered to be the premiere of astrological publications and recognized as the best astrology magazine in the world. Excellent for the serious student, intriguingly informative to the beginner. A must for every astrology buff!
The Planets and Their Children: The influence of the planets on humans was a subject of popular interest in mid-fifteenth century Europe. Addressed in many medical and astrological manuscripts of the time, it made its mark in early printing through the appearance of blockbooks which contained depictions of each planet in anthropomorphic form together with an illustration of the pasttimes, professions, and conditions of its “children” – people influenced at birth by the planet. For each planet, the images were matched with texts which reviewed what we would call “astronomical” information about the planet (position, period, speed, etc.) and “astrological” information on its “children.”
Time Cycles Research: A wide variety of calculation, research, interpretation, and other software for the Mac.
Valkyrie Astrology: Marcha Fox is a graduate of IAA and has a bachelor’s degree in physics from Utah State University. She worked at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, for over 20 years. Her site is full of interesting essays that explain astrology and astrological techniques.