An archive of astrology articles written by AAStL members.
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Ellen Bartin at The Everyday Astrologer presents astrology lessons and other educational features and announcements about astronomy and astrology. She currently serves on the AAStL Board of Directors.
Passage to a New Era: Six Consecutive New Moons at 23º (Nov. 2020)
Former AAStL President Bill Duvendack has been studying and practicing the spiritual side of life in one form or another for most of his years. Driven on a quest to understand all aspects, overt and covert, of this physical form world, he relentlessly pursues knowledge and understanding. Experience has been the best teacher, and Bill draws much wisdom and insight to share with others from his many experiences.
A member of The Fellowship of Isis and of Builders of the Adytum (B.O.T.A.), Rev. Duvendack uses his diverse background to talk to people in their own terms, with the ultimate goal of increasing their self-empowerment and soul progression. An active interest in esoteric astrology and magick have provided a fertile basis for continued research and integrated approaches in his current endeavors.
Bill has shared his insights and applications of esoteric astrology at Pathways Resource Center's monthly in-store psychic fairs and at other events at Pathways, where he also teaches classes on various aspects of astrology.
Astrology Version 2.0: Quantum Astrology
Modalities and Polarities
Solar Returns: Your Place in Astrology
The Astrology of Understanding Finances
Why "Eris" Doesn't Work for Esoteric Astrology
2012: An Astrological Account
Ruth Williams was a member of the Astrological Association of St. Louis for 30 years and served on the Board as President and other roles throughout the years. For 20 years she co-produced the weekly St. Louis cable TV show "Pathways Thru Astrology" until the Spring of 2000. Ruth lectured extensively on cruise lines from 1983 to 2001. She had long-term memberships in three national and international astrology organizations: AFAN, NCGR, and ISAR.
Understanding the Body
Quintiles (72 deg & 144 deg)
Solar and Lunar Eclipses of 2011
Linda Chambers began studying astrology in 1977. She has attended AAStL programs since the 1980s, and has served on the Board of Directors several times since the 1990s. Her major astrological interests are self-understanding, understanding others, optimal self-unfolding, and learning from planetary transits. Two documents from her Mars Retrograde AAStL presentations in 2012 and 2014:
Memo to Mars
Venus Welcomes Mars to Libra
Eclipse! Brighter Shade of Dark
John Waluska served as editor of AAStL's Bulletin for many years, as well as President and other positions on the Board of Directors.
Famous Astrologer -- Alan Leo