Sedgwick, Philip(religion, spiritualism, and occult)
Philip Sedgwick, born November 8, 1950, 2:36 p.m. E.S.T., began his study of astrology in 1969 while serving in the U.S. Navy. Since that time astrology has become a main focus of his life. He has been consulting professionally since 1975, and established his career as a full-time astrologer in 1981.
Sedgwick wrote a weekly column for the Science Fiction Channel online entitled “Space Scopes” from May 1998 to October 2001. He has also contributed regularly to www.StarIq.com as a writer of articles and e-mail transit reports. He now works on a continuing series of articles on the centaurs for Mountain Astrologer and comprehensive reports for Cosmic Patterns Software.
A researcher by nature, Sedgwick investigated the astrological signatures of aviation disasters, intensively explored the effects of galactic phenomena on astrology, and is an astrological authority on Comet Halley. Currently, he is working on research relating to planetary cycles affecting commercial aviation and aerospace. He monitors and researches radiation disturbances from not only the Sun, but the newly encountered Soft Gamma Ray repeaters. His latest research passion involves the investigation of the unusual centaur and trans-Neptunian objects found invading our solar system from the depths of space.
He authored three books now in print: The Astrology of Transcendence, The Astrology of Deep Space, and The Sun at the Center—A Primer of Heliocentric Astrology. He was a contributing writer for Llewellyn’s Sun Sign Guide in 1986, 1988 and 1989, and Spiritual, Metaphysical & New Trends in Modern Astrology. His Galactic Ephemeris of over 8,700 deep-space objects leads astrologers on discoveries of potent sources profoundly affecting our natal horoscopes. Sedgwick additionally produced a galactic software add-on for the popular Solar Fire program, entitled Galastro. He compiled and published ephemerides for the Centaur objects. He also complied an ephemeris for newly named Kuiper Belt Object, Varuna, the noteworthy KBO 13790 (of great interest as the possible Trans-Pluto), 15874 and 2001KX76. He maintains two taped correspondence courses: one on galactic astrology, the other on the centaurs and Kuiper belt objects.