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November 2010 – BBC astrologer, author and founder of the Midlands School of Astrology, Alison Chester-Lambert is causing a stir in the astrological world. When the world’s astronomers made headlines relegating Pluto to a dwarf planet and announcing the discovery of a whole new family of dwarf planets, Lambert studied what this meant to astrology and in turn to the rest of us. She reveals her ground breaking analysis in her new book, The Future in the Stars - the astrological message for 2012 and beyond (Findhorn Press, December 2010, £9.99).

Scientists named these new dwarf planets after indigenous Gods, rather than the tradition of using Roman Gods. They became Ceres, Charon, Makemake, Haumea, Eris and Sedna. Lambert devotes many chapters to this new family of dwarf planets and she makes what could be complicated material, accessible and entertaining. Lambert has a profound knowledge of ancient myth and she convincingly demonstrates the significance of these name choices and what they may ultimately mean for the human race in the 21st century. While her inferences are revealing, it is what she says will be their impact on the new millennium, that has the potential to rock the astrological world and much of the predictive material around 2012.

"In her astonishing book, Alison Chester-Lambert brings together the opposing worlds of Science and Astrology as if they were two halves of a jigsaw and the completed image hits home with a raw and pertinent truth."

Kindred Spirit Magazine

The recent revolution in cosmology and scientific discoveries surrounding the subjects of astro and particle physics has set our world on the precipice of enormous transformation. Lambert shows a remarkable comprehension of this new science, and explains how both science and astrology are currently heading in the same direction.

Astrologers, and even those with little astrological knowledge, will find Lambert’s The Future in the Stars, insightful, thoughtful and revolutionary. She argues against the wild claims and bad astrology that have led to the doomsday predictions for 2012 and demonstrates how nothing could be further from the truth. Lambert is all about setting the astrological record straight. She provides a path to the future that shows us how to work with the coming change and how to make the most of the opportunities she claims will lie ahead.


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The Future in the Stars: The Astrological Message for 2012 and Beyond
By Alison Chester-Lambert, Findhorn Press, December 2010, £9.99
ISBN 978-1-84409-505-6

About the Author

Alison Chester-Lambert trained at the Faculty of Astrology and then completed a further year at the Centre for Psychological Astrology in Regents College, London. She then worked an astrological telephone consultant for The Sun, The News of the World and the Sunday Times before to the Midlands to open the Midlands School of Astrology and a private astrological consultancy practice in 2002.

Alison writes monthly horoscopes for three regional glossy magazines and is Webmaster for two websites. She is a regular columnist for the peer-reviewed professional Astrological Journal has published four of her papers on Multiverse and Dwarf Planet astrology. Alison has worked for Heart FM and BBC Radio Nottingham as a consulting astrologer/broadcaster.

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