Matrix Software Home
Your Shopping Cart  |          
Matrix Software Home
Professional
Software
Blue*Star Pro
Web Service
Win*Star V6.0
NEW Sirius 2.0
NEW Kepler 8.0
Forecasts
Astro*Search
Calendars
Report Pro.
Personal
Software
Blue*Star
Win*Star Express
NEW Pegasus
Biorhythms
KNOW Series
Tarot Personal
Report Personal
Reportes Español
Starter Pack
Report Writers
Software
Jupiter Report
Togetherness
Time Together
Birthday
Astro*Talk
Relationships
Forecasting
Solar Return
Lunar Return
Midpoint Keys
Make Money
Home Business
Pro Package
Home Business


Books
Paperbacks
FREE E-Books
Single Reports
Personal Readings
Natal Report
Forecast
Relocation
Child Report
Timeline
Just for Women
Solar Return
Relationship
Past Lives
Solar Arc
Free Oracle
The Matrix Oracle
Tarot
Natal Astrology
Relationships
Runes
Fortune Cookie
Electric Almanac
Numerology
I-Ching
Yes/No Oracle
Word Oracle
Community
Press to view all ^
Astrology Blogs
Interviews
Ask Astrology
Astro Dialogues
Find an Astrologer
Astro Links
Book Reviews
Articles
Celebrity Search
Astro*Talk Bulletin
Free Stuff
Fun Things to Do
NEW Sky Reader
Celebrity Search
Free Desktops
Learn Astrology
Astro Links
Monthly Planets
Today's Chart
Registered User
Matrix Customers
Quick Fixes


On Sale Now
Matrix Software List
Cosmic Patterns Software List

  Home   |   Articles   |   Book Reviews   |   Star Gazing   |   Astro*Weather   |   Everyday Astrology   






  Richard Nolle
Richard Nolle

Links:

Visit Richard’s site: www.astropro.com

phone/fax = 480-753-6261
consultations/orders = 800-527-8761


TimeLine  (by Richard Nolle and Michael Erlewine)

Astrologer Richard Nolle is one of the Web’s greatest resources, and has been since astrology on the Web began, though he’s usually too modest to claim it. His AstroPro (www.astropro.com) has long featured reference tables of astrological phenomena you couldn’t get elsewhere, particularly about SuperMoons (a concept he introduced to the astrological community in 1979), an article on which will be out in the Oct-Nov issue of The Mountain Astrologer. There is more on his site than you can shake a stick at – news, articles, forecasts, reports, and more – but perhaps the greatest resource is his “Website of the Week” (WOW) award, which each week uncovers fascinating, often out-of-the-way sites both astrological and near-astrological with nary a Sun-sign in sight (except, occasionally, in jest). There are hundreds of them on tap, as he’s been doing it since the mid-‘90s. If you want to launch yourself into a true astrological odyssey on the Web, his site is the place to start.

A third-generation 1950-vintage native Floridian and a 1971 U of Florida alumnus, who emigrated to Arizona in 1984, he became interested in astrology when he was ten years old, studied it starting at 17, and has been a full-time practicing astrologer since 1973 (he was formerly an urban planner). The American Federation of Astrologers published several of his books in the 1980s, and he’s written for most of the popular astrology magazines at one time or another; including being a feature writer and columnist for Dell Horoscope from the mid-‘70s to the early 1990s.

A technical astrologer with a distinctively historical bent, large-scale and long-term sky patterns have always been his specialty, although they’re only now just becoming all the rage as an entry point into studying astrology. What’s he up to in that realm lately— He reveals:

I am exploring planetary alignments (conjunctions/oppositions) to the lunar nodes. We've got a couple of these coming up (e.g. to Saturn in October), and we just had one to Uranus (last March). The intriguing thing about these, to me, is that they tie in with eclipses: a kind of eclipse flavor, perhaps. Also, because the north lunar node near 0 Aries coincides with lunar declination cycle peak, planetary alignments with the nodes at 0 Aries/Libra point to those planets being prominent during extreme (high declination) eclipses. There’s more to it than that — for example, the Saturn-node opposition in October is part of the same cycle last seen in 536 CE, in which a Jupiter in Scorpio T-square to Saturn in Leo opposing Neptune in Aquarius is followed in short order by a Saturn opposition to the node in Pisces. A tapestry of cycles, Saros upon Saros perhaps . . . I’m still looking at this, so I really can’t be definitive. But I am curious. And the historical parallels between our own time and 536 (and the dozen or so years before and after) are intriguing: climate change, a reshuffling of the global civilization deck, etc.”

As the sky tumbles through a series of unique and somewhat scary historic permutations over the next couple of years, keep your eye on Richard for more on this particular set!

He’s available for consultation by phone at his home in Arizona — check it out on his website, where you’ll find an ever-changing, growing palette of astrological knowledge and wisdom.


Home  |  Software  |  Learn Astrology  |  Free Stuff  |  Privacy Policy  |  Security  |  About Us  |  Contact Us  |  Site Map  |  F.A.Q.

Matrix SoftwareMatrix Software License Agreement