Uranian Astrology is a modern form of astrology based on teachings of the German Astrologer Alfred Witte (1878-1941), founder of the Hamburg School of Astrology.

This school of astrology relies heavily upon the interpretational emphasis of midpoints.

In addition to traditional astrological elements, it includes as symbolic indicators eight hypothetical planets: Cupido, Hades, Zeus, Kronos, Apollon, Admetos, Vulkanus and Poseidon.

Uranian Astrology

Uranian astrology is the school of astrology that uses the planets in our solar system plus a series of points in space called the transneptunians, originally thought to be planets but today called powerful energy points. The Uranian astrology system uses dials, a grouping of stellar factors called planetary pictures and six main factors: Earth, Node, Sun, Moon, Ascendant and Meridian. Uranian Astrology has the capacity to delineate and predict probabilities with precision. Its most seasoned practitioners have verified that other psychological, social, and genetic variables operate in tandem with astrological indicators.

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