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Welcome. This is my website.

It isn't a website where you'll find out about the basics of astrology, there are plenty of those already. And I'm not offering Sun sign predictions for the next few days or weeks, again there're more than enough sites available that do this already. Though at some point I may change my mind...

I'm an astrologer and writer living in London, UK. I began studying astrology in 1984 when I attended an evening class for no deeper reason than I was bored. No, I didn't learn astrology at my grandmother's knee, and I wasn't casting horoscopes at the age of eight. I had little interest in the subject until I began classes, although I'd been a tarot reader for some years.

After my classes were finished I went straight on to study with the Faculty of Astrological Studies and gained my Certificate, and in 1990 my Diploma. By then I had been teaching the class I'd originally joined for some time.

During the 1980s I was involved in a number of local astrology groups, and as well as teaching began to lecture. I became a Council Member of the Astrological Association of Great Britain, where I remained for nine years.

I continued to study astrology and in the late 1980s met Olivia Barclay and began to study horary astrology. Gradually, I learned more and more about traditional astrology, and nowadays I use traditional techniques almost exclusively.

In 2005 I gained a Masters degree in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology from Bath Spa University College.

I work as an astrological consultant, primarily doing natal interpretations, forecasting and electional charts. But I can turn my hand to most things astrological.

As well as being an astrologer, I'm also a writer. I also research early theosophical history and have been known to talk about it at great length at conferences.

On this website, you can find out about the services I offer - astrological and writing. I've made it easy for you to buy all my books if you haven't already. And I've put on a nice collection of articles you can read. There will be more articles to follow in the future, so do drop by again. As I also collect old astrology books and magazines, I'll also be putting up some old articles in the future.

Enjoy my website. Feel free to tell me if you did. Feel (maybe slightly less) free to tell me if you didn't. Once you've had enough of me, there are some links below for you to browse through.

I'm already looking forward to your next visit...




Skyscript Astrology Pages

This is Deborah Houlding's website, bursting at the seams with articles, lessons, a discussion forum and anything else you might want that can be associated with traditional astrology. It's about the best astrological website going and I'm not just saying that because she told me to. But take a look for yourself.

Astro Data Bank

Home to the largest data collection for astrologers.


A free service where you can calculate your birth chart in numerous different ways and read piles of astrological articles.

Faculty of Astrological Studies

Home to the Faculty, the most prestigious astrological school in the world.

Astrological Association of Great Britain

This is the main organisation for astrology in the UK. It publishes a bi-monthly journal and hosts an annual conference.

Astrological Lodge of London

The Lodge has been active since 1915. It meets every Monday in term time and offers free beginners classes, lectures, discussion groups and hosts regular weekend conferences and seminars.

Finally, here some websites belonging to some rather nice people I know. Do drop by when you have a moment.

Claire Chandler: Astrology for the Real World

Dorian Geiseler Greenbaum Classical Astrology

Yasmin Boland's Moonology.com

Garry Phillipson's Astrology in the Year Zero

Frank Piechoski

Branka Stamenkovic

Julian Venables


The cost of this website, and my astrological research is met by me. If you've enjoyed the site, and want to see if grow, it would be really nice if you'd consider making a donation. Obviously, you don't have to. You can just go "pah!" and go straight to someone else's website. I won't stop you. But it would be nice if you spared a few pennies in appreciation.





© Kim Farnell 2006.