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10th May 1924 - 13th January 2016 Louise Huber was a Swiss astrologer and esotericist. In 1968, with her husband, Bruno Huber, she founded Astrological Psychology Institute, which became an internationally-renowned school of Astrology. It was run according to humanist and psychological principles, based on Dr. Roberto Assagioli's theory of Psychosynthesis. The school initially offered personal teaching, and then professional Diploma training from 1973. Huber schools were subsequently established in UK and Spain. The Hubers' teachings were gradually crystallised into books, which have subsequently been translated into many languages. Their holistic method of Astrological Psychology has a worldwide following. The young Louise R gave astrological interpretations in Stuttgart and was involved in the Arcane School at the time in 1952 when she met Bruno, discovering an immediate common bond. They married a year later and lived in the lively intellectual environment of Zurich. In 1956 they were involved for two years with setting up a branch of the Arcane School in Geneva, giving a strong spiritual grounding to their subsequent work. In 1958, Bruno was invited to Roberto Assagioli's Psychosynthesis Institute in Florence, which led to the pair spending three years there assisting with running of the Institute and the documentation of Assagioli's psychosynthesis. During this period Bruno was able to perform extensive research into the horoscopes and psychological profiles of Assagioli's patients, and eventually he developed the revolutionary theories on horoscope interpretation that became the basis for Astrological Psychology, or Huber Astrology. In 1963 Bruno & Louise returned to Zurich. Louise began offering horoscope interpretations, but it was not until 1968 that Bruno & Louise began to give seminars on the results of their researches, and the Astrological Psychology Institute was founded. A lively following soon developed in Zurich, and the teaching activities developed apace, going further afield in Switzerland and Germany, and then at international conferences, and in USA, UK, Spain and Brazil. By the early 2000s tens of thousands of students had been through the courses, and equivalent courses were available in Spain and in UK. By 1974 the need to crystallise the Huber teachings in books had become evident, a publishing company was formed, and a series of books gradually emerged; most have subsequently been published in English and in Spanish. The astrological psychology magazine Astrolog was established in 1981 and continues to this day. The Hubers were also heavily involved in organising and presenting at three-yearly World Astrology Conferences in Switzerland. In 1991 Bruno had a heart attack, which forced him to slow down somewhat. Although Bruno was still involved in teaching, their son Michael took on some of the load. In 1999 Bruno died, and the work was subsequently taken forward by Louise, Michael and a strong cohort of teachers who had been involved with API for many years. The fruitful partnership between Bruno and Louise can be characterised astrologically: Bruno was the creative inventor of new astrological structures (Uranus) whereas Louise was the elemental force that created the forms and structures of the Institute that brought them to fruition in the world (Saturn). After Bruno's death Louise continued to lead the Institute until 2009, when, at the age of 85, she had to take a back seat. API closed down shortly thereafter, but the teachings seeded by Bruno & Louise go on in courses and books. November 29, 1930 - November 3, 1999 Bruno Huber was a Swiss astrologer and psychologist. In 1968, with his wife, Louise Huber, he founded Astrological Psychology Institute, which became an internationally-renowned school of Astrology. It was run according to humanist and psychological principles, based on Dr. Roberto Assagioli's theory of Psychosynthesis. The school initially offered personal teaching, and then professional Diploma training from 1973. Huber schools were subsequently established in UK and Spain. The Hubers' teachings were gradually crystallised into books, which have subsequently been translated into many languages. Their holistic method of Astrological Psychology has a worldwide following. The young Bruno Huber had a voracious interest in astrology, psychology and philosophy, but became disillusioned with the practice of astrology at that time. In 1952 he met astrologer and esotericist Louise, discovering an immediate common bond. They married a year later and lived in the lively intellectual environment of Zurich. In 1956 they were involved for two years with setting up a branch of the Arcane School in Geneva, giving a strong spiritual grounding to their subsequent work. In 1958, Bruno was invited to Roberto Assagioli's Psychosynthesis Institute in Florence, which led to the pair spending three years there assisting with running of the Institute and the documentation of Assagioli's psychosynthesis. During this period Bruno was able to perform extensive research into the horoscopes and psychological profiles of Assagioli's patients, and eventually he developed the revolutionary theories on horoscope interpretation that became the basis for Astrological Psychology, or Huber Astrology. Of particular note is the use of colour in the chart, the separation of the five levels of the chart, the significance of the aspect pattern as an indicator of motivation, the psychological interpretation of the houses, the energy intensity curve in the houses, the levels of operation of the planets and aspects, the Life Clock, the use of three charts including the House and Moon Node charts, the dynamic calculations, the use of spiritual indicators in the chart... In 1963 Bruno & Louise returned to Zurich. After a further period of exploration, in 1968, Bruno & Louise began to give seminars on the results of their researches, and the Astrological Psychology Institute was founded. A lively following soon developed in Zurich, and the teaching activities developed apace, going further afield in Switzerland and Germany, and then at international conferences, and in USA, UK, Spain and Brazil. By the early 2000s tens of thousands of students had been through the courses, and equivalent courses were available in Spain and in UK. By 1974 the need to crystallise the Huber teachings in books had become evident, a publishing company was formed, and a series of books gradually emerged; most have subsequently been published in English and in Spanish. The astrological psychology magazine Astrolog was established in 1981 and continues to this day. The Hubers were also heavily involved in organising and presenting at three-yearly World Astrology Conferences in Switzerland. In 1991 Bruno had a heart attack, which forced him to slow down somewhat. Although Bruno was still involved in teaching, their son Michael took on some of the load. In 1999 Bruno died, and the work was subsequently taken forward by Louise, Michael and a strong cohort of teachers who had been involved with API for many years. The fruitful partnership between Bruno and Louise can be characterised astrologically: Bruno was the creative inventor of new astrological structures (Uranus) whereas Louise was the elemental force that created the forms and structures of the Institute that brought them to fruition in the world (Saturn). 10th May 1924 - 13th January 2016 Louise Huber was a Swiss astrologer and esotericist. In 1968, with her husband, Bruno Huber, she founded Astrological Psychology Institute, which became an internationally-renowned school of Astrology. It was run according to humanist and psychological principles, based on Dr. Roberto Assagioli's theory of Psychosynthesis. The school initially offered personal teaching, and then professional Diploma training from 1973. Huber schools were subsequently established in UK and Spain. The Hubers' teachings were gradually crystallised into books, which have subsequently been translated into many languages. Their holistic method of Astrological Psychology has a worldwide following. The young Louise R gave astrological interpretations in Stuttgart and was involved in the Arcane School at the time in 1952 when she met Bruno, discovering an immediate common bond. They married a year later and lived in the lively intellectual environment of Zurich. In 1956 they were involved for two years with setting up a branch of the Arcane School in Geneva, giving a strong spiritual grounding to their subsequent work. In 1958, Bruno was invited to Roberto Assagioli's Psychosynthesis Institute in Florence, which led to the pair spending three years there assisting with running of the Institute and the documentation of Assagioli's psychosynthesis. During this period Bruno was able to perform extensive research into the horoscopes and psychological profiles of Assagioli's patients, and eventually he developed the revolutionary theories on horoscope interpretation that became the basis for Astrological Psychology, or Huber Astrology. In 1963 Bruno & Louise returned to Zurich. Louise began offering horoscope interpretations, but it was not until 1968 that Bruno & Louise began to give seminars on the results of their researches, and the Astrological Psychology Institute was founded. A lively following soon developed in Zurich, and the teaching activities developed apace, going further afield in Switzerland and Germany, and then at international conferences, and in USA, UK, Spain and Brazil. By the early 2000s tens of thousands of students had been through the courses, and equivalent courses were available in Spain and in UK. By 1974 the need to crystallise the Huber teachings in books had become evident, a publishing company was formed, and a series of books gradually emerged; most have subsequently been published in English and in Spanish. The astrological psychology magazine Astrolog was established in 1981 and continues to this day. The Hubers were also heavily involved in organising and presenting at three-yearly World Astrology Conferences in Switzerland. In 1991 Bruno had a heart attack, which forced him to slow down somewhat. Although Bruno was still involved in teaching, their son Michael took on some of the load. In 1999 Bruno died, and the work was subsequently taken forward by Louise, Michael and a strong cohort of teachers who had been involved with API for many years. The fruitful partnership between Bruno and Louise can be characterised astrologically: Bruno was the creative inventor of new astrological structures (Uranus) whereas Louise was the elemental force that created the forms and structures of the Institute that brought them to fruition in the world (Saturn). After Bruno's death Louise continued to lead the Institute until 2009, when, at the age of 85, she had to take a back seat. API closed down shortly thereafter, but the teachings seeded by Bruno & Louise go on in courses and books.

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Extract from a review of the first edition, by Sue Lewis: Whether you have just finished reading Joyce Hopewell's and Richard Llewellyn's delightful introduction, The Cosmic Egg Timer, or have been using the Huber method for consultations for many years, you will find rich insights into motivation in Aspect Pattern Astrology that add to your understanding of the whole person and what drives each individual forward on his or her unique journey.This dense volume goes into great detail to explain where aspect patterns lie in the five level interpretation of the horoscope, which aspects are used and why, how the effectiveness of the operation can depend on the sympathy or antipathy of planet and aspect, the reasoning behind half-way aspects, and how all aspects and their patterns can be expressed at physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels...Like many key references this book extends what we know and also raises questions. We all need it to develop our understanding of aspect patterns and it will stimulate us to ask more questions and explore more charts. I recommend it wholeheartedly and thank HopeWell publications for making it available

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