The Elephant in the Room
Most of the astrologers that I know have either no interest in, nor understanding of, past life research, especially when it involves comparing birth and death charts of different individuals.
Why is that?
It’s not as if it has never been done before: Rudolf Steiner, for example, inspired a whole generation of astrologers to look at past lives. But that was at the beginning of the 20th century. It wasn’t until the late 70’s that astrology became ‘fashionable’ again. And since then, it has become the butt of late night talk show hosts, mainly due to the newspaper daily horoscopes. A couple of UK astrologers, Patric Walker and Jonathan Cainer took that basic look at our daily lives and elevated the format to a more spiritual interpretation. But reincarnation?
Have we all become too jaded to believe such a concept?
Or are we actually afraid of what we might find?
Even some Vedic (Hindu) astrologers that I know have no interest in it, and yet I would have thought that an Eastern version of astrology would embrace the whole Circle Art of A.T. Mann.
The scientific consensus is that astrology is a pseudoscience, and there is no evidence that astrologers are doing anything more than storytelling or playing confidence tricksWikipedia
I have done four years of research, now, and posted my findings here on these pages. It seems that individually people are amazed and grateful when I work on their past life history, but in general no one really cares (outside of a few WordPress followers: you know who you are).