Magi Society

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The Magi Society is an international association of astrologers.[1]

Based in New York City, the society has developed and uses its own system of astrology, called Magi Astrology,[2][3] that is based on “Planetary Geometry”[4] which it defines as “geometric patterns made by drawing connecting lines between the positions of the planets.” Hay House, Inc. has published three books teaching the principles of Magi Astrology[5] with the Magi Society as the author.

Through its books, the Magi Society advocates the use of declinations, heliocentric longitudes and latitudes in astrology as well as offering a methodology to interpret them.[6][7] The Magi Society’s third book claims that the position of Chiron (a planetoid) in a birth chart can be used to help predict romantic attraction.[8]

They use heliocentric charts as well. From their recent research, the Magi Society uses the major asteroids/planetoids of Chiron, Ceres, Juno, Pallas and Vesta. They also recently attributed Sedna to stock market crashes.


  1. ^ Traders World Magazine, Issue #46, p. 97
  2. ^ Welcome to Planet Earth Magazine, Vol. 15 No. 3, p. 5
  3. ^ American Astrology Magazine, March 2000, p 17
  4. ^ Magi Society, (1998). "Magi Astrology: The Key to Success in Love and Money" Hay House, Inc. ISBN 1-56170-128-9
  5. ^ Hay House, Inc. 2002 Catalogue
  6. ^ Welcome to Planet Earth Magazine, Vol. 15 No. 3, p. 5 and p. 58
  7. ^ Magi Society, (1995). "Astrology Really Works!" Hay House, Inc. ISBN 1-56170-134-3
  8. ^ American Astrology Magazine, July 1999, pp. 24-29

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