Organisations & Sources of Information

If you are interested in finding out more about astrology - whether you are a veteran astrologer or a complete newbie - I recommend the Skyscript website ( ) run by Deborah Houlding. It has pretty much everything you could need, including a well-informed and friendly 'forum' section.

If you want to get in touch with me, you're welcome - just email me. The email address is 'info' then the 'at' sign then ''. (I'm sorry for spelling it out in this rather unwieldy manner but it seems this is necessary nowadays - email addresses on websites are harvested by spam-bots and the owners are subsequently deluged with spam.)


Association for the Retrieval of Historical Astrological Texts (ARHAT) 

PO Box 2008, Reston, VA 21095, USA;

Translates and publishes classical and medieval astrological texts.


Astrological Lodge of London (ALL)

50 Gloucester Place, London W1H

A registered charity founded in 1915, and from which many of the UK’s current astrological groups have sprung.  It holds weekly meetings, seminars, and publishes the Astrological Quarterly.


Astro Logos


One of the world's best astrological schools, Astro Logos is run by Bernadette Brady and Darrelyn Gunzburg. They lived in Adelaide, Australia until 2002 when they moved to the UK. (One reason for the move was to allow Bernadette to take the MA course in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology at Bath Spa University College).


Astrological Association

Unit 168, Lee Valley Technopark, Tottenham Hale, London N17 9LN

Tel: 020-8880-4848


Publishes The Astrological Journal and Transit newsletter bi-monthly, and Correlation, the journal of scientific research into astrology, every six months; its conference, at the beginning of September each year, is a major event in the international astrological calendar.


British Association for Vedic Astrology (BAVA)

2 Tee Court, Romsey, Hants SO51 8GY

Tel: 01794-524178  

Promotes and co-ordinates Vedic astrology activities in the UK


British Astrological and Psychic Society (BAPS)

Robert Denholm House, Bletchingley Road, Nutfield, Redhill, Surrey RH1 4HW

Tel: 07071-780796

Primarily for those interested in a variety of esoteric studies, e.g. palmistry, numerology, and clairvoyance as well as astrology.  Runs training courses in astrology and tarot, publishes a quarterly journal, The Mercury, and maintains a list of approved consultants in various disciplines. 


Centre for Psychological Astrology (CPA)


Focuses particularly on astrology in relationship to depth psychology; provides courses, seminars, the magazine Apollon, and books from the CPA Press.


The Company of Astrologers  

PO Box 3001, London, N1 1LY

Tel: 01227 362427


The Company of Astrologers was founded in 1983 to promote the practice of astrology as a way of insight and self-knowledge. To this end, the Company offers a full teaching programme, and a forum for the sharing of astrology.  Provides a ‘Foundation Programme’, giving a grounding in astrological basics, and more advanced courses which focus on the understanding of astrology as divination. Also offers other studies in divination, especially Tarot and the I Ching.

 The Company of Astrologers is a private limited company. Its shareholders receive no dividends; any profit is used to further the educational work of the Company. The Company of Astrologers is a full Member of APAE (The Advisory Panel on Astrological Education).

Faculty of Astrological Studies (FAS)

54 High Street, Orpington, Kent BR6 0QJ, UK

Tel: 07000-790143


Established 1948; provides classes, courses and qualifications – its Diploma (DFAstrolS) is one of the main qualifications in the world of astrology.


London School of Astrology 

Courses, classes, seminars and exams in Astrology


Established by Sue Tompkins and Christine Tate in 2000, the LSA has a very good core of astrologers to run its teaching operation, and hosts seminars from many astrological superstars.

National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR)

PO Box 38866, Los Angeles, CA 90038.

Tel: 818-761-6433


Dedicated to astrological education and research; has over 3000 members in 26 countries, with many ‘Special Interest Groups’ for research into specific areas of interest (e.g. asteroids).


Project Hindsight 

532 Washington Street, Cumberland, MD21502, USA


Translates and publishes classical and medieval astrological texts.


Research Group for the Critical Study of Astrology (RGCSA)

Department of Social Work Studies, University of Southampton , Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1BJ, UK.

The RGCSA exists to promote critical research in astrology, i.e., exploring astrology in order to achieve a fuller understanding of the discipline in broad fields of interest, for example, within the social sciences and the arts.  It is also intended to forge links between academics in all fields who are interested in researching astrology related to their special interest and astrologers of high standards who are specialists in identical or complementary research fields.