What is Cosmobiology?
The roots of Cosmobiology stretch back to a German Astrologer named Alfred Witte who was born in 1878. Mr. Witte wrote dozens of articles about planetary interactions and founded the Hamburg School of Astrology, which formed what is the basis for Uranian Astrology.
Tragically, just as he was refining his system of houses and trans-neptunian planets, the Nazi's began threatening he and his disciples with internment in a concentration camp. Ultimately, Mr. Witte committed suicide in 1941 in part to spare his family from a certain fate at the hands of Adolf Hitler's monstrous regime.
Reinhold Ebertin, a European scholar and physician, is generally regarded as
the founder of the scientific discipline of Cosmobiology, which is heavily based on Alfred Witte's foundation. Mr. Ebertin's
innovation and scientific approach, developed in the early 20th
century, greatly transformed traditional astrological interpretation.
PDF (Adobe) E-book Format: Printing allowed, 240 pages, 4.8 MB, 14 Illustrations ISBN 978-0979412905
How does Cosmobiology differ from Astrology?
Cosmobiology is a scientific discipline based on midpoints that
has its origin in traditional astrology. Astrology is the science of
planetary and star interpretation related to human experience.
believes that the principles of the planets will manifest in any
aspect whether effective or ineffective.
In other words, Saturn
can mean discipline and the Sun can represent basic self-expression,
so there will be emphasis of both of these principles
whether the aspect is an effective aspect or an ineffective aspect.
In the case of Mars and Uranus, Mars represents energy and
Uranus represents suddenness. Both of these principles will
in any aspect.
Cosmobiology also believes that the easy aspects bring a state or
condition only and the difficult aspects are the most important
aspects because they bring the energy that creates the events
in our lives. The difficult aspects are those aspects that we can
work with and progressively change our lives. This theory is
discussed in the cosmobiology section.
Click to read more excerpts from Midpoint Interpretation Simplified: Chapter 1, Chapter 3 or Chapter 6.
(Note: If you need to install the Adobe reader. Click to download.)