Jane Charles A., Associate( prominent astrologer of the United States.)
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Biography Jane Charles A., Associate
(9/10/1911), Dzhenkintaun, Pennsylvania - 31.12.1985, Goshen, New York)
He has written several books on astrology, taught, lectured. D. emphasized the importance of mathematics and astronomy for astrological purposes.
He began studying astrology in the mid 1930. After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II he plunged into astrological work. At the end of 1946. D. began to work on astrological metaphysical faculty of the American Foundation of Arts and Sciences in New York City. He was the author of technical materials (such as data on eclipses) in the "Astrological Encyclopedia N. Deborah, wrote many articles for astrological magazines (" Horoscope ", etc.). D. was a member of many astrological organizations, and several have established himself. The most famous of his creations - a society "Astrological Research Associates" ( "Colleagues in astrological research"), established in 1958. and published by the International Journal of astrological research "In Search" ( "In Search"; 1958 - 1961). D. was one of the founders of the National Council of Geospace Science, board member of Astrological Research Foundation and president Deborah Astrological Guild (1958 - 1960). He joined the American Federation of astrology in May 1956. and was chairman of the Resolutions Committee at the Congress 1972.
D. - Author of "Plan interpreting a horoscope," Technique rectification "," Introduction to the local astrology "," Unknown World "," Progress and Sectors "," A new dimension in astrology, etc.. Among his most original developments are promoting the use of hypothetical planets (inframerkurianskogo Vulcan, Rex, Sigma, Isis, Moria and Lyon) and the related system of prenatal and postnatal charts. D. believed that in addition to studying natal chart, valuable information can provide prenatal ages 16 cards (each associated with one of the planets, including the 6 hypothetical), as well as 32 maps of post-natal periods (two for each planet). He also promoted the use of multilevel system of parallels and kontraparalleley.
After the death of AD, since 1986. every two years is awarded named in honor of Dr.. and Edward D. Johndroe Prize Johndroe-Jane (Johndro-Jayne Award) for outstanding achievements in astrology.