Would you like to learn Sun Sign astrology, the most popular kind of astrology in the world, trusted by millions? I’m very happy to open the waiting list to you now, for this exciting new online course, we will be in touch in June to see if you wish to go ahead. Numbers are limited so please waitlist now.
We will come back to you in May with a unique offer. For a one-off payment of US$100 you can access ten podcasts or videos covering key aspects of Sun Sign horoscopes, from some of the most trusted names in astrology. That’s around 100 minutes of wisdom which you won’t hear or see anywhere else – from Jessica Adams, Barbara Dunn, Maggie Hyde, Stephanie Johnson, Joanne Madeline Moore and Penny Thornton.
Between us, we’ve written for internationally known magazines and newspapers including Cosmopolitan, Elle, Family Circle, Glamour, The Guardian, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, Time Out, Vogue and Woman’s Own.
Better still, after you have your introductory 100 minutes of world-class audio or video lectures, discounts, an events diary and an eguide – you can choose to take up personal tuition. For example, Jessica Adams will be teaching Sun Sign Astrology in a six-month online course for US $600 designed to teach you everything you need to know for yourself, your friends and family. Plus – how to set up a Sun Sign horoscope website which will really work for you – and your readers.
The only way to gain access to this course by Jessica is by purchasing access to The Sun Sign School website, as she believes the first step in learning this kind of astrology, is to take advice from the best!
Jessica Adams B.A. is the author of the forthcoming book The Secret Language of the Stars (Penguin/Michael Joseph) to be published in January 2020 and the author of Essential Astrology for Women (HarperCollins). She began her career at Elle magazine in Australia and Asia and lives between two yachts, one in Brighton, England and the other near Hobart, Tasmania. She is a team editor on the Kids’ Night In and Girls’ Night In series in aid of the children’s charity War Child featuring Stella McCartney, Kate Moss, J.K. Rowling and many more, raising millions since 2000. She loves travelling between Australia and Great Britain and is the editor of The Holiday Goddess Guide to Paris, London, New York and Rome. In 2019 she created The Sun Sign School in order to join other professional sun sign astrologers in training the next generation in this very special kind of horoscope work.
Barbara Dunn is a graduate of the London School of Economics. She subsequently undertook independent research into classical, Arabic and mediaeval astrological practice, while pursuing a career as a freelance astrological consultant and columnist for European publications, such as the Sunday Mirror, Woman’s Own and Cosmopolitan.
Barbara received the Diploma from the Faculty of Astrological Studies in 1988 and the Qualifying Horary Practitioner (QHP) in 1990. She was later appointed QHP Head Tutor, teaching and mentoring students world-wide. Olivia Barclay bequeathed the QHP to her in 2001.
Barbara was awarded a grant from the Urania Trust for writing Horary Astrology Re-Examined: The Possibility or Impossibility of the Matter Propounded, published in 2009.
A further grant was awarded in 2014 for studying an MA in History at Exeter University, where she graduated with distinction in 2016. She is currently a second year PhD student in receipt of a doctoral studentship from the Wellcome Trust, supervised by Professor Jonathan Barry and Dr Peter Elmer. Her thesis is entitled: ‘Astrology is higher and nobler than medicine and every physician must be an astrologer’: Practitioners, Practices and the ‘Prognostical part of Physick’ c. 1580-1700.
Barbara has been a contributor to the Astrological Association Journal, the Astrology Quarterly, the Urania Trust website, Watkins Review, as well as a range of national and international newspapers and magazines.
Maggie Hyde is an astrologer and diviner, studying cosmology and divination at the University of Kent, where I am doing postgraduate research on divination for modern times. In 1983, she co-founded the Company of Astrologers, a London based teaching body, and was its director until 1999. She continues to teach regularly at the Company.
Maggie has always written astrology columns for the popular market and is the astrologer at Woman magazine and Harper’s Bazaar, Japan. In Japan, the Media Cosmics mobile site carries popular astrology forecasts and Tarot readings and its content also appears regularly on Yahoo.
Particularly interested in developing new astrology formats in the media, Maggie was the Media Medium for Media Guardian Online where she examined media companies and personalities from an astrological perspective. She also analysed company horoscopes using business astrology for the Company Futures column in The Business Observer. Maggie has presented a talk on business astrology to the Institute of Directors, and produced a study CD ROM on The Financial Winter with Jack Kenny (March 2008) which accurately described and dated the current economic climate.
Maggie currently works for Public Relationships companies promoting products and have produced thousands of ‘instant’ horoscope and tarot readings for festivals and events such as the Brit Awards.
Maggie is interested in psychoanalytic thought and she is an associate member of the Philadelphia Association, a psychoanalytic training organisation. She has studied Jung and the wider Jungian movement and has undertaken research into Jung’s intense engagement with paranormal phenomena and the occult, especially astrology, where his thought has had considerable influence.
Maggie’s book Jung and Astrology, written for astrologers, deals extensively with these themes. ‘Introducing Jung’ was the first new book in the highly successful Icon cartoon series, and she gave a platform presentation on Jung, and wrote the program notes, for Christopher Hampton’s play “The Talking Cure” at the National Theatre.
Stephanie specialises in personal and business readings. Stephanie conducts consultations around the world on the phone and via Skype. She has run her own astrology consultation and software business for more than 19 years and helps women and men achieve their personal and business goals. She is committed to astrology as a means of gaining greater understanding to live more effectively.
Stephanie is also experienced in the process of finding birth times through astrological means. This process if referred to as Rectification. Stephanie has an international clientele who have consulted her for this process, and is recognised and referred to by other astrologers.
Stephanie supports the concept of “individual choice”. In other words we can choose how to respond to events in our lives through the help of astrology and other means to live healthy lives, emotionally and physically. She can also be contacted for by anyone interested in licensing her astrology interpretations, or for other astrological writing projects.
Born with Uranus on the Midheaven and Jupiter rising, Joanne spent her teenage years working as an actress in Australian film, television and theatre. She was then bitten by the travel bug and decamped to foreign shores where she studied macrobiotics and shiatsu in London; meditated at Stonehenge; explored the medinas of Marrakech; lived with gypsy poets in the caves above Granada (in Spain); and was blessed by a Balian priest during a lunar eclipse at Kalibukbuk (in Indonesia). But the astrology muse kept calling…
“When I was 12, I read Sun Signs by Linda Goodman (we share the same birthday) and was immediately hooked. Then, when I was 21, I had a horoscope reading with the amazing Athena Starwoman, who predicted I would one day be a well-known astrologer. So I started studying astrology formally, and have never looked back … “
Joanne has been a professional astrologer and writer since 1994. She has a Practitioner’s Certificate (from the Federation of Australian Astrologers), a BA degree in journalism (from Deakin University) and a Diploma in Education (from La Trobe University). She has also studied with life coach leader Tony Robbins, soul coach teacher Denise Linn and women’s wellness pioneer Dr Christiane Northrup.
Joanne’s book ‘Love and Sex Signs’ was originally published by Simon and Schuster, and is now available as an eBook. Her daily, weekly and yearly horoscopes are currently published in over 40 newspapers and magazines (and on websites) in the USA, Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the South Pacific. (Sales and syndication are handled by her agents Auspac Media and Canadian Artists Syndicate.) Joanne also does personal consultations for celebrity clients around the world.
Joanne lives near the scenic Great Ocean Road (in southern Australia) with her Indonesian-speaking musician husband; two surfing Gemini sons; six chooks; two ducks; Dusty (the Diva Dog) and one blind magpie. She enjoys music, movies, meditation, reading, cooking vegetarian meals, travelling, walking barefoot on the beach and tending her two-acre permaculture garden.
Penny Thornton has been an astrologer and writer-broadcaster for over thirty years. Trained at the British Faculty of Astrological Studies and awarded its diploma, she has taught and lectured in Europe, Australia and the US, written eight books and works with clients across the globe. She became a subject of intense media interest in 1992 when her six-year association with Princess Diana came to light.
She combines her work as a serious astrologer with a popular role, writing columns for magazines in England, Poland and Australia and appearing on television. She presented a daily spot on astrology and food for the Food Network in the US in the mid-1990’s.
In the year 2000 she established Astrolutely.com, now one of the top astrology sites in the world.
In her former life, Penny was a member of the Royal Ballet Company.