THE URANIAN INSTITUTE

ASTROLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND

Astrological

 Society

of New

 Zealand

The Society published the quarterly Journal of the Seasons (JOST), containing articles on astrology from writers around our globe.  The journal periodically included articles on Uranian Astrology and Cosmobiology.

THE ASTROLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND was formed on 26 July 1973, and the society was incorporated on 8 May 1974 at 10.50am in Wellington.  A committee of eleven, elected annually by the members, carried out the day to day activities.

Benefits to members included:

  • The quarterly magazine Journal of the Seasons, is mailed to all members. This tool for both learning and communication reproduces articles published by professional astrologers from overseas, as well as promoting New Zealand astrological writers and researchers.  Included are advertising and reports relating to national, local and international conferences.  Some recent articles:

The Vertex and Antivertex: Ana Ruiz

Doyle and the Detective: Wanda Sellar

Interview with Hamish Saunders: Bernard Honey

Astrology on the Internet: Alan Scott

The Case of the Missing Ruby: Gary Price

The Twelfth House: David A Peterson

Neptune in Aquarius: Lynn Bell

Uranian Astrology in the 21st Century: Blake Finley

Underwater Births: Gary Noel

The Fourth House: Geoffrey Bishop

  • National conferences and local mini-conferences, details of which were published in the Journal;

  • Discounts on astrological books from several New Zealand bookshops, and member discounts at conferences were available;

  • Paid access to tapes of guest speakers, and national & international conferences were available;

  • Access to astrological books at local ASNZ network libraries was available.

The Astrological Society of New Zealand appears to have been absorbed into other regional organizations.

THE URANIAN INSTITUTE FOR ASTROLOGICAL STUDY & RESEARCH