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January 17, 2020
Muhammed Ali

Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali (nee Cassius Clay) was born on 17 January 1942 at 16:35 in Louisville Kentucky with Jupiter in Gemini and Saturn in Taurus. His Saturn is conjunct the planet of rebellion, Uranus, and so it is worth noting early on that Saturn transits will carry the flavour of this rebellion. Ali was one of the greatest heavyweight boxers (well THE greatest according to him) this century and he was especially noted for his clever aphorisms.  His famous quote “I float like a butterfly and sting like a bee” is a perfect example of his Jupiter and Saturn placements. No […]
April 20, 2019
David Cochrane Interviews Alex Trenoweth

Interview with David Cochrane

ISAR’s (International Society for Astrological Research) Research Director, David Cochrane, interviews Alex Trenoweth about her research on astrology and education. They talk about managing big data and what it means for astrology. Alex’s research offers a unique way of using astrology and engaging with sceptics. She explains why she continues to teach despite a hectic travelling schedule. Alex also talks about why it is so important for astrologers to work collaboratively. The International Society for Astrological Research (ISAR) wants to hear your research stories. Contact them for more information. Help support research in astrology by subscribing to Alex’s posts and […]
April 21, 2019
Alex Trenoweth

Interview with Mj Patterson

In this interview with Alex Trenoweth for “The Astrology Show” on CKDU radio, Halifax Astrologer and ISAR Global Director (Canada) Mj Patterson discuss Alex’s life as an astrologer posing as a teacher, how she met Gopal Bhattacharjee (founder of the Institute of Vedic Culture in Kolkata India), what she thinks about the future of astrology and a few other surprises (like talking flowers and other mystical moments!). Opening question? “What’s a nice girl like you doing in a crazy job like this?” Alex explains why she continues to teach despite a hectic travelling schedule and also talks about why it is […]
October 19, 2019
conference for astrologers

10 Reasons Why You Should Get Yourself to an Astrology Conference

I HIGHLY recommend that starry fans attend at least one conference for astrologers in their lifetime. The International Society of Astrological Research (ISAR) is putting on their astrology conference 10-14 September 2020 in Westminster Colorado. If you’ve never been to a conference for astrologers or if you think you wouldn’t enjoy one, then I think you should get out of your comfort zone and come to ISAR. ISAR is quite big, but not massive (some people found UAC a little overwhelming). You will be sure to find people that you really enjoy being with. To read my review of a […]