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a while back i used to love patrick walker
he is sadly deceased now
justin toper - once i thought he was a joke but reading his horoscopes he has been so uncannily accurate
jonathan cainer - have lots of respect for him but his daily scopes are too vague for me unless *im really in tune*
jessica adams, australian lady, very very good
liz greene - bit too deep for me but hits nail on head many a time
theres a couple i just cant gel with AT ALL EVER
shelly von strunckel is one
too serious and rarely that positive for me
Rick Levine is the one my MyWay customized page uses. For the first two months they seemed WAY out in left field, I almost deleted that module from my page, but after that I would say about 90% of the time they seem in tune with what I'm doing or where I'm at.
Oooh johnny cainer is the only one for me...i find him astounding!!
I'm a bit of a Liz Green fan. Also Brian Keats (if we can count him as an astrologer ... I do.)
Sydney Omarr (Skip the sunsign books, and pick up.. My World of Astrology)
Crowley (he ghost wrote all of Evangeline Lily's books)
Vivian E Robson
Linda Goodman (yes, a lot of people give her flack for her 'sun sign' books, but if people would keep an open mind and really read between the lines (as well as the prefaces and introductions and all) one would discover that every work of hers contained a wealth of information.. especially her astrological/esoteric poetic-prose masterpiece... Gooberz
Manly P Hall
Estelle Daniels (she masterfully combined both astrology and magick)
I'm somewhat of a Liz Greene fan as well. I'm afraid I'm no fan of the newspaper style horoscopes though.
Another astrologer who I think is just fabulous is a British lady called Margaret Koolman. I had the privilage of having consultations with her when she visited Australia and presented seminars here in Brisbane. She takes a spiritual approach and I found her ideas absolutely amazing. Meeting her and hearing her ideas changed my whole understanding of Astrology. She has a book published called "Soul Purpose Astrology" which I love. I'm sure she has a web-site as well.
Doris Chase Doane
Not necessarily in the following order:
- Linda Goodman - My first real encounter with astrology and today her sense of humour and her adroitness still amaze me whenever I read her books, although she had long been gone.
- Robert Hand for his Book of Transits ( His are the transit interpretations folks on astro.com go by)
- Joanna Woolfork - her all-time best seller, The Only Astrology Book You'll ever need is full of very important information, in addition to her other one, namely Sexual Astrology; the latter is fun and so true.
- Astro Abby (Bridgette Walther)- She's right on the money
- Sydny Omarr- I was a devout reader of his annual interpretations' book before he passed away.
Edited to add:
- Jan Spiller because of her pioneer work on nodes and the new moon astrology
P. James Clark
My buddy, Farley Malorrus http://www.radioastrology.com/ :D
In no particular order
Rob Hand for his later work on Project Hindsight
J. Lee Lehman for her excellent books on Classical Astrology
John Frawley his sense of humour is great and he is deadly accurate
Deb Houlding for her excellent website and for providng me with some support when I needed it
Nick Campion not only for his book 'The Practical Astrologer' which got me into Astrology in a big way but also for his work for the Astrological Association of Great Britain.
Stephen Arroyo A top flight Astrologer whose books are a continuing source of insights and information
Bernadette Brady - top class books on Stars and Predictive Astrology
William Lilly - the greatest English Astrologer to date
John Baptiste Morin (Morinus) - High quality analysis, ahead of his time.
Guido Bonatti - his treatise on the Astrology of war is used by many modern Sports Astrologers.
I really like Liz Green too!
A big fan of Noel Tyl's philosophies, especially concerning Psychological Astrology and midpoints.
There is also another Astrologer (not a big name) Basil Fearrington. Brilliant thinker.