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Announcing Astrology as Art: Representation and Practice

The following is an excerpt of the foreword to Astrology As Art: Representation and Practice, edited by Nicholas Campion and Jennifer Zahrt. This volume was recently launched at the 4th annual
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On ‘Mars and the Mediums’

Today Mars turns retrograde, appearing to carve a backwards path against the backdrop of the zodiac. This is reason enough to turn our attention to the Red Planet. Now scholar
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‘Passages between Worlds’ in the Andean Cosmos

An Excerpt from the Marriage of Heaven and Earth We are pleased to announce that the latest volume of Culture and Cosmos is now available. This special double issue contains selected papers
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The Time Has Come: First Ever European Dark Sky Places Conference

Across the world the desire to see an unpolluted night sky is growing to the extent that we can now legitimately talk about a ‘dark sky movement’. The first ever European
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Astral Ascent in the Occult Revival

An Excerpt from Celestial Magic: Joscelyn Godwin, ‘Astral Ascent in the Occult Revival’ The following is an extract from Joscelyn Godwin’s paper in ‘Celestial Magic’, the latest issue of Culture and
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In Memoriam – Luis Rodolfo Vilhena, author of The World of Astrology

Author of The World of Astrology Last week, May 29, 2017 marked the 20th anniversary of the death of Luis Rodolfo Vilhena at the age of 33 in a motorcycle accident. O Mundo
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Mundane Astrology Key Concept

Webinar with Nicholas Campion at the On Monday, May 8, BBC presenter Andrew Marr began his regular Monday radio show with the statement, ‘These feel like wild and disorientating times’. One way
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Defining Skyscape

An Excerpt from Celestial Magic: Joscelyn Godwin, ‘Astral Ascent in the Occult Revival’ The term skyscape was first used within the remit of cultural astronomy in 2006 by Jan Harding and collaborators
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Review of ‘The World of Astrology, by Luís Rodolfo Vilhena’

The World of Astrology by Luís Rodolfo Vilhena This book review first appeared in Culture and Cosmos Volume 18, no. 2 (Spring/Summer 2014), available here. by Patrick Curry University of Wales Trinity Saint
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Gillian Clarke Speaks at Sophia Centre Press Book Launch

Gillian Clarke former National Poet of Wales The Press was delighted to host the former National Poet of Wales, Gillian Clarke, at the launch of Ada Blair’s book, Sark in the
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Announcing: Sark in the Dark, by Ada Blair

The following is an excerpt of the foreword to Astrology As Art: Representation and Practice, edited by Nicholas Campion and Jennifer Zahrt. This volume was recently launched at the 4th annual
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