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Dear reader,
In the 20thC, astrology came to be described as “pseudoscience”, a fate that it would eventually share with psychoanalysis. Although this term is useful in reminding astrologers that, in dealing with qualities (“qualia”), they are humanists, our links to “science” requires term, “pseudoscience”, to be superseded by the more accurate description, (not “metaphysics”, but) “meta-science”; click here for the details…

If you are (a.) familiar with Freud’s psychology yet relatively unfamiliar with psychological astrology, or (b.) familiar with psychological astrology yet relatively unfamiliar with Freud’s psychology, or (c.) unfamiliar with both Freudian psychology and psychological astrology, you can click here, to read an article that will help you to get your bearings…


Like the yin-yang “diagram of the supreme ultimate”, the zodiac-mandala is a symbol of “wholeness” and the “Self”. In turn, we see the various psychodynamics as expressions of one of the parts of the “whole” i.e. psychodynamics have affinities with particular “archetypes”. The more disconnected these are from the “whole” the more pathogenic they are, as we explain in this introductory survey (click here).     

Over the last 4 centuries, with a kind of “Freudian slip”, Western philosophers have ‘mis’- taken Rene Descartes as a “dualist”. Rather, in being a “triplist”, Descartes is the ‘grandfather’ of the philosophy of psychological health, “integrative pluralism”. To solve their “slip”, post-Cartesian philosophers need to explore their “unconscious” motivation for ‘over-reduction’ e.g. superego-power; insufficient ego-love (click here).