Astrolearn Astrology Library
The official website of European astrological historian and archivist Philip M. Graves.
Home to an annotated single-collection astrology library catalogue – astrology bibliography.
See our astrology book digital image collection for highlights of our astrological library.
For our mission statement, history, and appeal for institutional funding, see About.
Read archived astrology articles by Philip Graves on topics including astrology books, the history of astrology techniques, the theory of planetary influence, and the practice of synastry.
For full details of the astrology DVDs, please click on the individual links from our DVD page.
To support Astrolearn Astrology Library and help it to grow in visibility, please link to it, or to particular articles you like, on your own web site, blog or social media page.
To donate funds for the purchase of books, please use the Paypal donations button on the bibliography page, or contact us to arrange a bank transfer.
This site will be further developed with educational resources on astrology.
For all enquiries, please use the Contact form.
 The DVD shop is presently temporarily closed owing to the supplies and equipment needed to fulfil orders being in storage during international relocation between September 2016 and the establishment of new premises, expected late 2017 / early 2018. Please await further announcements.
 The CDs are outsourced to on-demand manufacturing and direct distribution facilities in the United States. Production copies of the first eighteen titles have been received and tested by us, and images and product pages are linked from the CD page in this site.
 The memberships feature and forums were newly enabled on January 5th, 2016. Experienced English astrologer Andy Muchall has been appointed as forum moderator, and will also be on hand to respond to astrological reading requests from time to time. Note that this is a voluntary role and he is at liberty to decline requests too. You can follow Andy on Twitter @AstrolearnForu1. Please note:
a. Registered email addresses and user names that look like those of bots will be manually deleted without warning, and new registrations that appear to be those of bots will be automatically intercepted and prevented by software. Certain email address endings have proven in the three weeks since registration was enabled to account for disproportionately many fake registrations, and have therefore been disabled entirely. These include yahoo.com, mail.ru, rambler.ru, tw.org and tw.info addresses alongside some more obscure ones. If you normally use one of these, please sign up for a free email address offered by another provider that offers greater security against fake accounts. You may then use this alternative email account to register on the site. If however you really want to use your email address at one of the blocked domains, please send us a direct email on solger75 [at] gmail.com, asking for an exception (the contact form will be blocked if you attempt to specify an email address at one of the blocked domains when you use it). If you clearly demonstrate your genuine interest in joining the site with a personal message that shows this, we may agree to manually add your email at one of the blocked domains to an “allow” list that overrides the anti-spam software installed on the website. The same applies if for any other mistaken reason the anti-spam software prevents you from registering as a member.
b. There is presently a software incompatibility resulting in it being impossible to edit member profiles after registration. The edit button is automatically redirected to a page called “Groups” that has no function. This appears to be an issue that the developers of the relevant software have known about for some time but have not yet resolved. We ask for your patience since there is nothing we can do from here meanwhile. You can still use the forums and may be able to upload a photograph to your profile even without being able to edit it.
c. Since the forums are new, there is no established activity in them. You must expect to allow time for it to develop, and to contribute your own initial posts if you want to help the process along. You may start discussions on any relevant topic in an appropriate forum, and indeed we warmly encourage you to take the lead in initiating forum activity. As soon as you have registered with an account and confirmed your registration by email, you need only click Forums on the dashboard, and that will take you to the list of available forums.
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