National Council for Geocosmic Research

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The National Council for Geocosmic Research (N.C.G.R) is a non-profit educational organization formed to promote and raise the standards of education and research in astrology. It was founded in Brewster, Massachusetts, United States, on March 6, 1971.[1]

N.C.G.R. has a membership of over 3000 and has established 40 Chapters worldwide in 26 countries.[2][failed verification][3] It also sponsors several Special Interest Groups, which organize monthly lectures or informal study sessions, usually led by a well known astrologer. The N.C.G.R. administers its own education and testing program based on four levels of proficiency. The organization provides a Code Of Ethics with guidelines for prospective astrologers and publishes the Geocosmic Journal.[1]


  1. ^ a b Walker, James K. (2007). The complete reference guide to cults and religions. Eugene, Or.: Harvest House Publishers. p. 231. ISBN 0736920110.
  2. ^ Chapters
  3. ^ Lewis, James (2003). The astrology book: the encyclopedia of heavenly influences. p. 483. ISBN 978-1-57859-144-2. Retrieved 29 July 2011.

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