Make your own free website on Tripod.com
Home
Articles
Book Reviews
Code of Ethics
Constitution
Contact Us
Education
History
Leadership
Links
Meetings
Membership
Newsletter
Photos
Search
ASAloglt.gif (5931 bytes)
linktool.gif (5084 bytes)
[Search] Links Associations ] Links Fun ] Links Members ] Links Speakers ] [ Links Tools ]
StarIQ.gif (5648 bytes)StarIQ.com - What a spectacular site!   The Mountain Astrologer says:   "This terrific site, spearheaded by astrologers Rick Levine and Jeff Jawer, is a must on your astrology cyber-tour. Among other things, there is a broad range of original articles from some of astrology's most famous names, along with rousing new talent. Articles are posted nearly every day on world events and people in the news, accompanied by colorful horoscopes. These charts graphically highlight the aspects discussed in the text, a design that makes them accessible to students as well as pros."   Regular features include: Market Week by Ray Merriman, Aquarium Age by Ralfee Finn, Cosmic Cafe by Kim Rogers-Gallagher, Baseball Weekly by Philip Sedgwick, NewsScope by Michael Wolfstar and much more.  The entire StarIQ.com team is committed to presenting astrology as a tool for empowerment, understanding and creativity.
mtnastro.jpg (4461 bytes)The Mountain Astrologer - The Mountain Astrologer is widely recognized as one of, if not, the best English language astrology magazines in the world today. They are known for:  Lively, well-written articles on a wide variety of astrological topics, astrology book reviews, astro humor, a comprehensive forecast section, a daily calendar outlining each day's aspects and the global astrological climate.  About 10% of the magazine is published on-line and sample issues are available.  The Mountain Astrologer's Favorite Links section created and maintained by Mary Plumb, features thoughtful and informative reviews of the WWWs best Astrology Websites. 
American Federation of Astrologers Shop - From astrology to horoscopes to the zodiac - the AFA publishes and distributes more astrological books and products than anyone else. They offer more than 3,000 astrological titles, including astrology texts and astrology study materials and light reading - plus astrological computer software (to help you make your own charts), and hundreds of other astrology-related items and gifts. NEW BOOKS ARE BEING ADDED EVERY WEEK!
The Astrology Matrix - This site is a virtual cornucopia of astrological resources.  Some highlights are Michael Erlewine's Visual Astrology section, a graphic introduction to the various astrological spheres and their interrelation. There is educational material for beginners, as well as a 30,000-name celebrity database, and the Astro*Index, which contains definitions of every imaginable astrological term. You can also access the ACT newsgroup (eavesdrop on famous astrologers from all over the world), or visit the Oracle, a creative and fun exhibit of technology with real substance behind it.
Online College of Astrology - Astrocollege.com is a hub for web-based astrological education. There are different departments in the college: Preliminary Education, Certificate Preparation, and Electives (featuring financial astrology). Avalon is another section that offers classes (written by the folks who wrote the Kepler software program) that you can work through at your own pace. The library houses an excellent collection of transcripts from guest lecturers. 
Kepler College of Astrological Arts and Sciences - Kepler College is a four-year, degree-granting college focused on astrology in the United States. Because it is committed to demonstrating to society the importance of astrology as a social technology, its curriculum is built upon a strong base of the humanities, arts and sciences.
Zodiacal Zephyr - This renowned site is easy to navigate and provides great services to astrologers everywhere. An interactive Sabian symbol oracle, data on British royals, toolbox, ephemerides, mundane data, and articles by many astrologers (including Rob Hand, Pat Geisler, Carolyn Egan, and Dorothy Oja) are just some of the resources available. A timetable of famous astrologers (15th- to 21st-century) is new and there is a bulletin board where serious questions are discussed. There is also a section of tips for building an astrology practice.
Astrolog - Astrolog 5.40 is a 100% freeware astrology program, with versions for Windows, DOS, the Macintosh, and Unix, and the complete source code is available too.
SolarFire - Solar Fire 5 is the latest version of this best-selling all around astro calculation package. The new version adds astro-locality maps, animated charts, automated tasks, and synastry interpretations to an already feature-packed, easy to use program. Available on CD ROM only, the new program is for Windows 95 or better and includes a free ACS PC Atlas (if you don't already have one)!  There are lots of free samples on the Astrolab site too.

More sites are being reviewed and added daily.  Please check back.

Do you have a favorite site you'd like to recommend?
Send us email ... Recommend a Hyperlink

 

ASA Home | Contact Us | Education | History | Leadership | Links | Membership | Meetings | Newsletter | Articles | Photos
Direct questions or comments about this website to Webmaster@AZAstrologers.com
Copyright 2000.  All rights reserved.