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Hamburg School [ ]

The Hamburg School of Astrology originated in Hamburg, Germany, and revolved around the research and teachings of surveyor/astrologer/amateur astronomer Alfred Witte. The term Hamburg School as an astrological method originated in 1923 at the Second German Astrological Congress in Leipzig, Germany.

The Hamburg School was established as an Association as "Astrologenverein Hamburger Schule" on October 31, 1925 at 9h45'51" PM (-1 = GMT), in Hamburg/Germany. In 1932 the first partner group was established in Düsseldorf/Germany by Theodor Keysers.

In the 1930s the American Richard Svehla became official advocate of “Hamburg School” and created the term “Uranian Astrology” for the USA in 1936.

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