Here are few of my favourite websites that have provided me with valuable information and resources on my astrological journey. I hope they will do the same for you. Enjoy!
I think astrologers around the world owe a huge debt of gratitude to Susan Miller. Susan Miller and her website Astrology Zone have done more for bringing astrology into the mainstream than anyone else in this industry, over the last two decades. This is hands down, one of my favourite astrology websites. Susan Miller is a veteran in the astrology industry and knows her stuff. Her forecasts are not silly fortune-cookie-type predictions that would be seen in newspaper or magazine columns. Ms. Miller’s forecast are based on true astrology principles that take transits and aspects into account. Her writing style is upbeat and whimsical, yet accessible. It feels like she is your chum and she is part of your coffee klatch. Well worth checking out her monthly forecasts posted at the beginning of each month. She also has a TV show that goes over the monthly transits. This woman is not only a great astrologer and writer, she is a knockout marketer and we should all bow down to her. Or at the very least take notes.
Michael McClain’s website is a treasure. For the novice astrologer or numerologist, it is chocked full of useful information. The site navigation could use improvement. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you can go to the different sections. His expertise on the topic of astrology shines through.
Eric Francis is a journalist turned astrologer. His blog is probably one of the most informative and evocative astrology blogs out there. He is like the Starship Enterprise and will go where no one else has gone before. Like a good journalist, his observations of current events and their astrological signatures, are poignant and frightfully accurate. He adds a certain depth and gravitas to the content, that I have not seen in any other astrology website. There are many different guest columnists to round out this blog, from Len Wallick to Amanda Painter. Also, there is breath-taking photography. The one drawback is, that every so often, Mr. Francis will climb onto his soapbox and spew his ideas about polyamory. He should stick to astrology and leave his editorial musings about polyamory for another blog. Overlooking that, this an exceptional blog. A real gem in the worldwide web and in the astrology world.
I like to refer to this site as the Perez Hilton of astrology websites and I hope I am not being unfair in this characterization. Michael Wolfstar takes a look at mainstream figures and celebrities and current transits to their delineating their charts. This includes political figures, celebrities and very often how they fit into US natal chart. The analysis of the charts are always spot-on. Michael Wolfstar always brings a fresh perspective to his subjects. Great resource during primary season which is coming up next year. It is safe to predict that “the Donald” will not be the next president of the United States of America, although it would make hours of late night comedy.
This is the granddaddy of astrological websites. Astrodienst is a favourite site for both novice and expert astrologers. It provides many free tools such as free natal charts, reports, articles and a free swiss ephemeris that spans over 700 years. Some of the most respected astrologers such as Robert Hand and Liz Greene are regular columnists on this astrology website. Navigating through this site is like being a kid in a candy store. A wealth of information. The high quality has remained consistent throughout the years.
This website is the brainchild of Montreal duo, Adam and Annie. This is a wonderful website to go to if you are novice or veteran astrologer. What I like about Cafe Astrology is that the site is easy to get around. Esthetically, it is a clean and attractive looking site. It has easy, end-user-friendly navigation that makes sense plus it is top quality information that deals with every topic in astrology. Even though Cafe Astrology is there to monetize their site, they do so in a uncluttered way that does not interfere with the content.