Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson's Sick Boy Horary by Maggie Hyde
Maggie Hyde is a founding member of the Company of Astrologers and a tutor for its Katarche correspondence course in horary astrology.
also teaches the Company's Horary Diploma Class in Hampstead.
In this article, first published in the AA's Journal
in 1995, Maggie
takes a deeper look at the symbolism embedded in one of Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson's classic horaries, and calls for modern practitioners to enter into a spirit of constructive criticism when evaluating each others' methods.
'Psychological Horary', Maggie Hyde, (AA Journal, 35:6)
Maggie Hyde read English at the University of Ulster and is currently completing an MA in the Study of Mysticism and Religious Experience at the University of Kent, Canterbury.
In 1984, she
co-founded the Company of Astrologers , a London based teaching body, and acted as its director from 1984 to 1999.
consultancy work led to an interest in psychoanalytic thought.
She has been influenced mainly by the existential psychology of the Philadelphia Association and became an associate member in 1999.
interest in Jung culminated in the publication of two books on Jung: Jung and Astrology, where she
work on synchronicity and Jung For Beginners, which has been published in 10 languages.
In addition, she
has written astrology books for beginners and children.
Maggie is well known for writing astrology columns for the media and has been the astrologer for Cosmopolitan, The Media Guardian and the business section of the Sunday Observer, specialising in business astrology and property.
She is currently the astrologer for Woman's Own and getlippy.com, and continues to run a London based consultancy.
© Maggie Hyde
First published in The Astrological Journal of the Astrological Association
, Jan/Feb 1995; Vol.37, No.1, pp.39-41.
Published online July 2005
Maggie Hyde is a founder and one time Director of the Company of Astrologers.
The Company of Astrologers was founded in 1983 and promotes the practice of traditional astrology as a way of insight and self-knowledge.
It offers a full program from beginners to professional level, including a horary course which incorporates studies in psychological horary.
For details of horary courses and classes visit the Company website.
By Maggie Hyde