Since Chiron’s discovery forty years ago, astrologers have posed countless theories on the irrefutable impact of the “dark horse” planet. Going a step further, Martin Lass presents a groundbreaking new interpretation of the Chiron paradigm, demonstrating the comet’s healing influence on present and past-life wounds.
From its mythology, birth, and discovery to its astrological impact, Lass offers a comprehensive understanding of Chiron and its place in the New Age movement. Highlighting its essential role in the horoscope, the author details Chiron’s planetary characteristics: cycles, patterns, transits, and its influence in each of the signs, houses, and aspects. Chiron provides all the tools necessary to embark on a healing journey toward well-being and evolutionary consciousness.
About the Author
Martin Lass has studied astrology since the age of twelve and has been a professional practicing and consulting astrologer since the late 1980s. He is well-known in the area of spiritual astrology across the globe. His specialty for the last 14 years has been Chiron, Planet of Healing. He is one of the world’s leading authorities on Chiron astrology.
As an astrological/new-age writer and author, Martin has been a regular feature-article writer for “Well Being,” “The Golden Age,” and “Woman Spirit” magazines in the Asia-Pacfic region (Australia, in particular), as well as having written one-off feature articles for various other journals. He has also written a number of books.
As a healer and teacher, Martin has been a consulting astrologer for many years, giving personal astrological counseling and healing to innumerable clients. He has given numerous seminars, workshops, and lectures in Australia, New Zealand, the USA, and Germany. He has been a regular presenter at the AFA’s (American Federation of Astrologers) conventions in the USA.
In addition to his astrology work, Martin is a sought after violinist with multiple CD releases that have reached gold and platinum status. He’s made more than 200 television appearances and performed in three Royal Command Galas for the British Royal Family.