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Computerized horoscope interpretation begins to take hold throughout America. Para Research pioneers in the field with the use of powerful mainframe computers and the "Astral Portrait," the best computer horoscope in the world (claimed by some to still hold that position in the 1990s).

The modernization of astrology begins. Astrology starts to transform under the general pressure from changes occurring in the field of psychology. Carl Jung's philosophy, gestalt, group and primal therapy, encounter sessions, retreats and workshops, all have an effect on astrology. Astrologers react by interpreting chart factors in terms of behavioral influences. The old-fashioned terms "evil" aspects, "malefic" planets, "unfavorable" factors begin to fade from astrological literature. More and more, astrologers refer to the new term "Humanistic Astrology" as invented by Dane Rudhyar.

Aquarius Workshops is founded by Marion D. March and Joan McEvers, an astrology school centered in Los Angeles.

The Astrologer's Manual by Landis Knight Green

Astrology, Psychology and the Four Elements by Stephen Arroyo

The Astrology of America's Destiny

An Astrological Key To Biblical Symbolism by Ellen McCaffery

Planetary Patterns by Carl Jansky

Planets in Composite by Robert Hand


Robert Hand becomes one of the first astrologers to acquire a microcomputer and conceives an astrological computer service.

Planets In Transit by Robert Hand

Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil by Liz Greene

United States: Wheel of Destiny by Diana Bills Stone

Astrology: Evolution and Revolution by Alan Oken

Harmonics in Astrology by John Addey

Harmonics Anthology by J. Addey

Astrological Warnings and the Stock Market by Thomas Rieder


Robert Hand launches Astro-Graphic Services (which eventually becomes the world famous Astrolabe astrological computing service) with the help of Arthur Blackwell, Steven Blake, Gary Christen and Michael Munkassey.

Recent Advances in Natal Astrology compiled by Geoffrey Dean and assisted by Arthur Mather with collaborators: John Addey, Baldur Ebertin, Charles Harvey, Frank Hyde, Chester Kemp, Nona Press, James Williamsen, Henri de Marre, with further assistance from Pamela Bennett, Ronald Davison, Doris C. Doane, Mark Feldman, Robert Hand, Charles A. Jayne, Jeff Mayo, Neil Michelsen, Michael Munkasey, Zipporah Dobyns, Julia Lupton, Eugene Moore, Thomas Reider, Edith Wangemann

Predictive Astrology by Frances Sakoian and Louis Acker

Larousse Encyclopedia of Astrology by Brau, Jean-Louis, Werner and Edmunds

Astrology and The Modern Psyche by Dane Rudhyar

Astrological Cycles by John Townley

Astrology, Nutrition & Health by Robert Carl Jansky

Astrophysical Directions by M. Erlewine

Planets in Youth by Robert Hand

Gospel of the Stars by Peter Lemesurier


Cycles of Becoming by Alexander Ruperti

Astrology, Karma and Transformation by Stephen Arroyo

Modern Transits by Lois M. Rodden

Relating by Liz Greene

Encounter Astrology by Maritha Pottenger

Looking at Astrology by Liz Greene (written specifically for children)

Astrology and Numbers by Count Louis Cheiro


Astrological Insights by Dane Rudhyar

Relationships and Life Cycles by Stephen Arroyo

Interpreting The Eclipses by Robert Jansky

The Round Art by A.T. Mann

An Astrological Guide to Self-Awareness by Donna Cunningham

The Encyclopedia of Medical Astrology by Howard Corneel



1. The Antiquity
2. The Roman period
3. The Middle Ages
4. The Renaissance
5. Enlightenment Period
6. Modern times
7. First World War
8. Second World War
9. America
10. The postwar period
11. Information society
12. Professionalism
13. Globalization



Quoted from  Astro-Charts (1999)

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