The Internet provides a wealth of resources for the student of astrology and metaphysics. Here are just a few…
Meetup Groups in Austin
Astrologers 24-Hour Diner — Take a seat in the Restaurant at the End of the Universe, where all the views are heavenly. A place to hang out with other star lovers after hours
The AstroDivas — For women who love astrology. Powerful women supporting women — astrology by women, for women.
Local & Global Organizations
Getting involved in an astrological community is a great way to meet other people interested in astrology. My favorite organizations include:
- Astrological Society of Austin (ASA)
- San Antonio Astrological Society (SAAS)
- Astrological Society of North Texas (ASNT)
- Houston Astrological Society
- El Paso Astrological Society
- International Society for Astrological Research (ISAR)
- National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR)
- Association for Astrological Networking (AFAN)
Astrology Hub — Engaging online magazine offering astrology forecasts, reflections and trainings from the world’s leading astrologers.
Astrodiest — Astrodiest offers free natal chart services and a number of fee-based astrological services.
The Mountain Astrologer — Published six times a year, The Mountain Astrologer an excellent source for in-depth articles on astrology.
SpaceWeather — Information on the astronomy of the solar system, including reports on solar flare activity.
Stellarium — Fantastic free planetarium software. Definitely five stars!
SolarSystemScope — Bird’s eye view of our place in the universe. Click and explore.
Skymaps — Download free maps of the night sky for your nocturnal starwatching.
Google Earth — Google Earth has a sky view feature that lets you view the night sky from any point on Earth.
Sky and Telescope — A wealth of information for the amateur astronomer.