Astrological
Lodge of London

est. 1915

Welcome to the Astrological Lodge of London!

The Astrological Lodge of London is the foremost learning institution for the study of astrology in all its cultural, astronomical and historical use in divination. Founded in 1915 by Alan Leo for the study of astrology, the Astrological Lodge of London is an educational charity since 1987.

Monday Lectures

Lectures from emerging and established astrologers every Monday evening from 7pm.

Free Classes

Beginner classes in astrology free for members and non-members. At 6pm on Mondays.

Seminars

Full day and half day seminars on targeted themes throughout the year.
9th April 2022
Love and Relationships

History

We are the oldest continuously running astrological organisation in the Western world.

Further your studies in astrology with our regularly updated educational programme.

Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011

Free astrology classes and weekly lectures
resumed ONLINE on 11th January.

Open to Members and Non-Members.

Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011

How to Join...

London's foremost learning institution for the study of astrology.

By joining the Lodge as a Member, you are eligible for receiving discounts on the regular Monday evening lectures and the Day Seminars, as well as for receiving free copies of the Astrology Quarterly magazine.

You will also gain access to our new members only website area.

Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011

Further your knowledge

Programme

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June 2022
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September 2022

Heliocentrism: The Life of Nicolaus Copernicus – Wanda Sellar

Nicolaus Copernicus, Polish cleric and astronomer published his groundbreaking ‘On the Revolution of the Spheres’ in 1543 and rocked the world. He introduced the concept of Heliocentrism, that is placing the Sun at the centre of the universe, which heralded the beginning of modern astronomy. Or so it is regarded. ...
17 Sep
10:00 am - 11:45 am
Online

Kepler: Pioneer of Science or the Last Pythagorean? – Bernard Eccles

Johannes Kepler (1591-1630), like Nicolaus Copernicus and Isaac Newton, is often regarded as one of the founding fathers of modern science, particularly astronomy. But, just as with Newton, his scientific discoveries were a by-product of his philosophical interests, shaped by a very Pythagorean cosmology where geometry, music, number and astronomy were all expressions of the same reality. ...
17 Sep
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Online

Longitude: John Flamsteed’s Challenge – Gill Dorren

In 1675 Charles II commanded John Flamsteed to 'the rectifying of the tables of the heavens and the places of the fixed stars, so as to find out the so much desired longitude of places for the perfecting of the art of navigation'. ...
17 Sep
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Online

A Shift in Time – Chris Mitchell

Pope Gregory XIII introduced calendar change in the 16th century, but Eurosceptic England wasn't having any truck with that sort of foreign nonsense, and waited nearly two centuries before begrudgingly following suit (1752), skipping 11 days in the process. ...
17 Sep
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Online
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News

Lodge news

History Day 2022

ZOOM SEMINAR HISTORY DAY 2022 THEME: COSMIC SHIFTS DATE: 17th September 2022 Time: 10:00 – 16:30 Members £20 Non Members £25                                    £5 off Early Bird applies until end August     Heliocentrism: The Life of Nicolaus Copernicus  –   Wanda Sellar Nicolaus Copernicus, Polish cleric and astronomer published his groundbreaking ‘On the Revolution of the…

Astrology Quarterly Vol. 87 No. 1, Spring 2022

Quarterly Spring 2022 print version Astrology Quartely Vol 87 Vol 1 Spring 2022 Content: From the Editor , by Gill Dorren Lodge News, by Trish Marin Uranus the Awakener  by Patricia Godden Year of the Tiger  by Linda Louisa Dell Using Astrology to clarify the importance of NFTs    by Naomi Martin  Did Putin use an Astrologer to…

Astrology Quarterly Vol. 86 No. 4, Winter 2021

    Astrology Quarterly Vol. 86 No. 4, Winter 2021 Content: From the Editor , by Kim Farnell Lodge News, by Trish Marin Horary: Will I get the Book Contract  by Rhys Chatham Hiding in Plain Sight  by Kim Farnell Out of Bounds Planets    by Monica Escalante-Ochoa  Obituary@ Frank Pichoski  by Kim Farnell Review Postcards to the Future by…

Testimonals

What Students Say

I feel very fortunate to have joined the astrology course with Sonal. She is a very knowledgeable and generous teacher and she is able to make this profound subject easy to understand and very enjoyable I have learned a lot from her and I hope she will continue to teach us. I am very grateful she is sharing her knowledge with us.
Margherita
It felt as a blessing when the Jyotish course came out. Sonal delivers it with so much depth and inspiration whilst subject is so well structured and organised. It is a privilege to learn this precious knowledge Also I am very grateful to the Astrological lodge to put out this pearl of knowldge available to everyone. Kind Regards.
Maria

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