This section contains links to websites that have educational and astrological resources.
Astro.com. For more than three decades, the small Swiss company Astrodienst, located in Zollikon near ZÃ¼rich, has been developing astrological resources, including the ability to calulate your own chart for free.
- Astrodienst Time Zone Atlas (for birth place query and horoscope of the moment)
- Free horoscopes (to create your own horoscope – you can even store several charts for future use)
- Links to articles and other resources
- Astrodatabank. a wonderful resource begun by Lois Rodden that contains verified birth times and other information for astrological research
- Astrowiki. AstroWiki by Astrodienst is a free encyclopedia of astrology. It collects the knowledge of the astrological community and makes it available to everybody. Everyone can read Astrowiki without the need to register.
The Astrology Dictionary. This website is designed to be a comprehensive online glossary for people who need to look up the meaning of a specific astrological term or concept.
Astrology News Service: In 2010, major astrology organizations including the International Society for Astrological Research (ISAR), the National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR), the Association for Astrological Networking (AFAN), and the American Federation of Astrologers (AFA) began a discussion about the need to proactively improve astrologyâ€™s image by educating the public about astrologyâ€™s believability and value to society. The organizations agreed to work together to create the Astrology News Service (ANS), a non-profit news and information agency for the astrological community. In 2011, the Organization for Professional Astrology (OPA) joined the ANS.
Skyscript. A massive website of articles and other excellent information about astrology collated by Deborah Houlding
CURA: International Astrology Research Centre