Links to Favorite Astrology Blogs, Resources and Reference Sites, and Other Goodies

Please let me know if a broken link pops up so we can fix it or remove it. This is a work in progress.

If an idea piques my interest, I often follow up, which means I can get lost for a while as I track down all I can on the subject. Be aware that this page is likely to grow as a result. Sometimes it happens when I’m working on an article. Other times, I’ll see a post somewhere that triggers the search. You’ll see some of these links in here.


Flare Publications 
Dell Horoscope 
The Mountain Astrologer 
C.U.R.A. (3 links for this complex site in three languages) – November 1999-November 2009, – 1999-2015 (and beyond) 
Ed Kohout’s “Sibly and Astrology” – “The Riddle of the Sibly Chart for American Independence” (also at C.U.R.A.) 
Philip Graves’ Astrolearn – Learning and research resource for astrological literature and astrology
Philip Graves’ Astrolearn site Table of Contents to Articles


Richard Nolle’s Astropro Media intensive site with goodies including the 21st Century SuperMoon dates!
Robert Wilkinson’s Aquarius Papers
Lynda Hill’s Sabian Symbols

Leah Whitehorse’s Lua Astrology
Astrology World of Ed Tamplin
Charlie Obert’s A professional trainer by trade, Charlie is a philosophy/religion major, Daoist and Stoic. He mainly practices traditional astrology but also employs modern school astrological techniques like Evolutionary and Uranian. Different schools of astrology should respect and learn from each other, he says, and he works to further that dialogue. In his twice a month blog, he explores astrological, philosophical, religious and ethical interactions.  
Thomas Gazis’ Greek Astrologer
Cosmic Tuesdays by Anthony S. Picco – generally metaphysical, “not your today the Moon is at 00 Scorpio” site
Patrick Watson is the name of the blog and the astrologer. I’m used to seeing what he does with the charts of politicians, and he’s a great resource around the Presidential campaigns…but he has another marvelous page on his site that bears noting and I’m posting that under “Other Goodies,” further down the page.
Kathy Biehl’s Empowerment Unlimited 
Astrologer Karen Christino
Jamie Partridge’s Astrology King
Marina Macario’s Darkstar Astrology
Wendy Guy’s Evolving Door Astrology
Frank Piechoski
Michael Lutin
Deborah Houlding’s Skyscript

Robert Currey’s Equinox Astrology 
Astro*Carto*Graphy* from Equinox
Kevin Burk’s The Real Astrology


Hey Z Radio – What’s Your Sign? I Have Your Number! hosted by Anthony Picco and Sharita Star 

Hey Z Radio – What’s Your Sign? I Have Your Number – 7 to 9 pm EDT, Monday, 6 April 2015Michelle’s interview

This video was actually created in 2013, from what I could see. Still, it’s so outstanding, I’m giving it a spot here in the links. So many people have the wrong idea about astrology, thinking they either need to believe or not. But astrologer Rick Levine makes a superb point in the video when he says, “Most people who think they know what astrology is, only know what their perception of astrology is…One doesn’t need to believe or disbelieve in astrology any more than one needs to believe in mathematics. It’s information.” With that in mind, I’m sharing it with you. Feel free to share the link after you watch it–at least I hope you will.  :yes:  I believe you’ll need to go to vimeo to see this 4-minute video. It’s worth your time.



Chronos XP Free Planetary Hours Software for Windows 
Jonathan Dunn’s True Node Ephemeris – priceless!
Internet Archive Search – Astrology
Philip Graves’ Astrolearn – Learning and research resource for astrological literature and astrology
Philip Graves’ Astrolearn site Table of Contents to Articles
C.U.R.A. (3 links for this complex site in three languages) – November 1999-November 2009, – 1999-2015 (and beyond)
Ed Kohout’s “Sibly and Astrology” – “The Riddle of the Sibly Chart for American Independence” (also at C.U.R.A.)
British Pathé – history – on YouTube
Rudhyar Archival Project the brilliant endeavor of Khaldea on Dane Rudhyar’s works
How does astrology fit into the modern world? Sceptical Research into Astrology
Astrodatabank’s Bad Astrology pagea list of the known scammers who give real astrology a bad name

Where to Get Your Birth Information if You Were Born Outside of the United States
BelgiumBirth Registration Information
Belgium- French languageSecond site for additional information


Institute of Noetic Sciences I’m fascinated with this site – especially with the words of Dean Radin! Brilliant man!
Metaphysics of the Tea Ceremony by Dean Radin, Ph.D
 – Metaphysics of the Tea Ceremony: A Randomized Trial Investigating the Roles of Intention and Belief on Mood While Drinking Tea –
Yung-Jong Shiah, PhD, 1# and Dean Radin, PhD2
_ Selected Peer-Review Journal Publications on Psi Research 
Readings by Dauna is where you come away from the Tarot reading with your eyes semi-glazed in amazement. She has amazing intuition, and her fees are reasonable! Feel free to tell her you learned about her from me. She’s that good!
Shankar Tucker – Sound of the Hindustani Clarinet – extraordinary musician with a captivating sound!
Top 10 Problems Astrologers Have That Are Just the Worst – from Patrick Watson  :good:
Common Sense, the Rights of Man and Othe – Thomas Paine – the 1776 publication by Paine
Young’s Do-It-All nothing to do with astrology, but it’s family owned, and their work is impressive! Allow me to boast as a result.  :heart:
Jamie Young’s Art and Tattoos – again, nothing to do with astrology, but it’s family owned. Self-taught artist, and I’m proud of him too.  :heart: 

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AddictionResource – raises awareness of the consequences of addiction, helping communities to become drug-free
HealthFinder, a US government organization promoting better health through education and awareness.
Addiction and Recovery Centers, an upstate New York regional resource avenue if you need help in Ithaca and nearby cities.
Drug offers resources to find treatment centers, including in the Ithaca, New York area.
Complete database of listings for all emergency, legal and law enforcement agencies in the nation (USA). The numbers and directions to these offices also seem to be current. I’ve added the link as well to my Dell Horoscope article on domestic violence, now in my articles base as well. If you can’t find it, put “Domestic Violence” in the site search, and it should come right up.

Yellow offers training and help in suicide prevention. This seems to be only in the USA at this time. If I find that’s changed, I’ll update this link. Do check out the page. It seems like a very worthwhile organization! (And if you can afford to donate to this cause, by all means, do. You can ask if they’re a 501(c)3 organization for your donations to be tax-deductible, but I wouldn’t be at all surprised if they were.) Thanks for your help!