The new astrology finds its origin in three sources. The first is classical Astrology, here expressed by its finest contemporary voice, Dane Rudhyar, in previously unavailable articles on progressed life cycles. The second, Astrosophy, is represented by several authors, including its pioneer, Willi Sucher; it taps the cosmic sources of all astrologies. The third, suggested here by William Lonsdale’s studies of planetary aspects and asteroids, is an inward attunement to the star script and our own place in the stars. Astrology moves in the depths of the unknown cosmos, always in touch with fundamental correspondences of creation. Any given astrology forms itself from an image of this timeless movement.