The Mountain Astrologer

is the world’s most recognized and respected Western astrology journal. Each issue has a student section, articles by and for professional astrologers, a forecast section, daily aspects, the astrology of world events, astrological data and more.

Feb/Mar 2018


Highlights of this issue:

  • Decoding the Most Elevated Planet in the Horoscope
  • The Disappearing Personal/Collective Divide: Helping Clients to Navigate Insecure Times
  • Waves Become Wings: Neptune, Betrayal, and the Myth of Ariadne
  • Rectification: Ideas, Reflections, and Testing a Case Study
  • The Venusian Mirror
  • In All Times and Places: How Medical Astrology Changes Over Time
  • Student Section, Book Reviews, Forecasts and more…..


From this Issue:

Table of Contents | Directory of Astrologers | Astrology Software| Astrology News

  • This Week's Features

    • Saturn calling…
      Mary Plumb includes a personal story about the winter solstice marked by Saturn, along with some other blogs on the “moving slowly” one.   read more...
    • The Year of the Dog
      Mary Plumb reviews a fine 2018 astrological forecast book that has a special feature – half of the proceeds from the book will be donated to dog shelters.   read more...