Astrology is one of the world’s most fascinating science, and skywatching is an art form that has made it a passion of mine.
It was a love affair that has been the subject of multiple books, TV shows and podcasts.
I was fortunate to be able to get to know both Astrology and Skywatch co-creators, Sarah Lutz and Scott Wiedeman, as they helped me to build my own personal astrology deck and sky watch.
I’m not sure if you’re familiar with Astrology or Skywatch yet, but if you do, I highly recommend you check them out because they have been inspiring and have changed my life.
Astrology: The Art of Seeing and The Science of the Universe: Astrology 101, which was first published in the US in 2010, is one my favourite books on the topic.
Astrologers are the first in the world to use modern techniques to teach astrology, and the books is an invaluable reference for anyone interested in the subject.
The authors also write about their own astrological practices, which is something I’ve never done, and are very helpful to anyone who is interested in what astrology is all about.
Astrological Gifts: I’ve written a whole book about what I consider the best gifts for anyone wanting to improve their astrology or skywatch, but there are plenty of other books that could be read too.
I’ve been reading up on astrology for more than five years, so I have a pretty good idea what works for me and what doesn’t.
The Astrologie: Astrologies, the science of astrology has been around for a long time, but it has only been in recent years that a bunch of scientists and mathematicians have worked on the subject, and there’s an increasing number of scientific papers and articles about astrology.
Astralogies is the most comprehensive book I’ve read on astrology and is a great read for people interested in learning more about astrology.
Skywatch: Skywatch is a very unique gift for anyone who wants to see the stars in all their glory, as well as for those who want to look for them, which I’ve found to be a really rewarding activity.
The Skywatch app is available on Apple iOS, Android and Windows Phone, and is available for Android and iPhone.
SkyWatch SkyWatch app.
Sky Watch SkyWatch: Sky Watch is available as an app for both Windows Phone and Android.
The app is an excellent app that allows you to explore the night sky and learn about astro-geography.
Skywatch Skywatch guide.
Skywatcher is a free and open source app for astrologers to share their knowledge, which means it’s a great tool for people to discover more about the science behind astrology as well.
The Basics of Astrology Skywatch Astrology guide.
Astrodiction Astrology eBook.
Astrology: the Art of seeing and the Science of of the Planet The Astrology Companion: An Essential Guide for Astrologists and Skywatchers.
The Astrology Companion: A Complete Guide to Astrology.
Biology and Psychology of Astrolognomy: Astrologer’s Handbook.
Guide to the Astrology of Your Universe: SkyWatch Astrology app.
Easter: The Science Behind Astrology in the World of Astrophysics.
My Astrology Deck: Skywatching Guide.
How to See the Stars: Astrophysicists Guide to Skywatching.
Oath Keepers: Astroparticle.com/articles/20150213/obligatory-obligation-observation-sky-watch-advice.
Podcast of Astrologian Scott Wieseman, Astrologiographer, Skywatch and Astrology podcast.
What’s your favorite Astrologue, Skywatching or Astrologia?
Let me know in the comments below.
This post originally appeared on My Astrology Blog