Chaos Astrology

Articles on Astrology and Chaos

Chaos Astrology is an exploration into the fractal geometry of nature and the varied ways this principle operates within both psychological and physical levels of experience. We are witnessing a remarkable convergence of discoveries on the frontier of science that supports astrology's model of a living, evolving Universe and our place in it.

Chaos Astrology seeks to understand:

  • The interconnected nature of the Universe
  • The specific qualities that characterise moments in time
  • Living consciously and creatively with fractal cycles

If you're seeking to learn more, these articles and books will raise your chaos consciousness:

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Worlds within Worlds
the link between fractals and astrology - we're coming around to seeing the interconnection of planets and people as compatible with quantum physics and the holographic principle

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Bringing it Down to Earth
the reality of chaos theory, prediction and astrology - the concept of 'the one above becomes many below' is the sine qua non of astrological prediction, and until the sceptics get this, they will fail to see the point

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The Perils of Erasing Astrology from the Past
the fall-out from this modern anti-astrological situation is that, in large measure, no scientist, historian, or archeologist has studied astrology

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The Problem of Consciousness
consciousness is a major problem in psychology and in philosophy of mind, a branch of philosophy that studies the nature of consciousness and the relationship of mind to body

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Is Matter Conscious?
why the central problem in neuroscience is mirrored in physics

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Toward a Physical Basis of Astrology
linking astrology and modern science - why and how do the planets have effect on events on earth?

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The Joyous Cosmology
more and more it seems that the ordering of nature is an art akin to music - fugues in shell and cartilage, counterpoint in fibers and capillaries, throbbing rhythm in waves of sound, light, and nerve - and oneself is connected with it quite inextricably

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The Seven Traditional Planets
do they correspond to mathematical principles?

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General Systems and Astrology: A Statistical Test
suppose astrology as we know it from the newspapers is but the rags, ruin, and remnant of an ancient intuitive 'world system', which is in fact an example of a general system

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Astrology: A Rational Chao/Dynamic Appraisal
astrology makes no call for any dramatic modification to the axioms of mathematics or the existing laws of physics, as these are understood in the light of the most recent work deriving from chaos theory

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Were They Astrologers? Big League Scientists and Astrology
from a social perspective, science is a belief system that interprets the world according to a certain set of expectations, much like a religion

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Freewill Astrology
we have shown ourselves these symbols in order to do something - we are bidding omens and we then take on the responsibility of acting in relation to the omens we have bidden

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Astrology
the art and science of astrology, which bridges the ancient and modern worlds, is a very problematic subject

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Synchronicity
from Jung and Astrology, by Maggie Hyde, this extract explores the development of Jung's theories on symbolism and his lifelong struggle with the theory of astrological synchronicity

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Making Time out of Space
an introduction to fractal astrological predictive techniques and an exercise in astrological fractology

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Holographic Astrology
a few ideas - astrology is a nonlinear system of thought, perhaps the oldest and most enduring example of nonlinear thought in western culture

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Fractal World of Time and Space
as above, so below - of all the work done in contemporary physics, the concept of fractals is the most directly usable in astrology

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Time-Slice: Testing Elwell's Multicongruence
Robin Heath discusses a way in which astrologers can put their skills to the test

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The Researchers Researched
Dennis Elwell replies to the cynics - in which the author of Cosmic Loom provides a critique of chapters 9 and 10 of Astrology in the Year Zero

 

Recommended Reading

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The Astrologer's Guide: Being the One Hundred and Forty-Six Considerations of the Famous Astrologer Guido Bonatus
Guido Bonatus

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Astrology in Ancient Mesopotamia: The Science of Omens and the Knowledge of the Heavens
Michael Baigent

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The Astrology of Fate
Liz Greene

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Beyond Physicalism: Toward Reconciliation of Science and Spirituality
Edward F. Kelly et al

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Birthtimes: A Scientific Investigation of the Secrets of Astrology
Michel Gauquelin

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Chaos: Making a New Science
James Gleick

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Christian Astrology: Books I, II & III
William Lilly

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Cosmic Loom: The New Science of Astrology
Dennis Elwell

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Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World
Richard Tarnas

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Harmonics in Astrology: An Introductory Textbook to the New Understanding of an Old Science
John M. Addey, M.A.

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The Heavens Declare: Astrological Ages and the Evolution of Consciousness
Alice O. Howell

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The Houses: Temples of the Sky
Deborah Houlding

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The Interpretation of Nature and the Psyche
C.G. Jung, Wolfgang Pauli

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Irreducible Mind: Toward a Psychology for the 21st Century
Edward Kelly & Emily Williams Kelly

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Jung and Astrology
Maggie Hyde

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Magicians of the Gods: The Forgotten Wisdom of Earth's Lost Civilization
Graham Hancock

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Man and His Symbols
C.G. Jung et al

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The Mars-Redhead Files: A Scientific Test of Astrological Tradition
Judith A. Hill

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The Measure of Albion: The Lost Science of Prehistoric Britain
Robin Heath & John Michell

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Memories, Dreams, Reflections
C.G. Jung

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Number and Time: Reflections Leading Toward a Unification of Depth Psychology and Physics
Marie Louise von Franz

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On Divination and Synchronicity: The Psychology of Meaningful Chance
Marie Louise von Franz

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The Planets Within: The Astrological Psychology of Marsilio Ficino
Thomas Moore

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Psyche and Matter
Marie Louise von Franz

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The Real Astrology
John Frawley

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The Roots of Coincidence - Koestler's attempt to provide extrasensory perception with a basis in quantum physics.
Arthur Koestler

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Seven Life Lessons of Chaos: Spiritual Wisdom from the Science of Change
John Briggs and F. David Peat

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Synchronicity: an Acausal Connecting Principle
Carl Gustav Jung

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Synchronicity: Through the Eyes of Science, Myth and the Trickster
Allan Combs and Mark Holland

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The Tao of Physics
Fritjof Capra

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Tetrabiblos
Claudius Ptolemy

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The Waking Dream: Unlocking the Symbolic Language of Our Lives
Ray Grasse

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Wholeness and the Implicate Order
David Bohm

 

'Energy is the origin of all matter. Reality, true existence, is not matter, which is visible and perishable, but the invisible, immortal energy - that is truth.' ~ Max Planck