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Alison Chester-Lambert

Alison Chester-Lambert is the new regular columnist for the Astrological Journal, a contributor to ISAR magazine and a regular writer for the American Aquarius magazine. She is the founder of the Midlands School of Astrology and specialises in research on the Kuiper belt and Dwarf planets. Alison Chester-Lambert has been passionate about astrology ever since she read Linda Goodman`s `Sunsigns`in the 1970`s. She finally took the plunge and became a professional astrologer in 1998. Alison trained at the Faculty of Astrology in London for a year, and then for a further year at the Centre for Psychological Astrology in Regents College, London. She then worked for the astrology telephone lines of The Sun, News of the World and Sunday Times newspapers for over 2 years before moving from London to Tamworth in 2002. She continues to study psychological astrology, astropsychology, astrophysics, astronomy, cosmology, quantum physics and mythology.

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Topic: Lightways Part 2 Alison Chester Lambert


Alison Chester-Lambert has been passionate about astrology ever since she read Linda Goodman`s `Sunsigns`in the 1970`s. She finally took the plunge and became a professional astrologer in 1998. Alison trained at the Faculty of Astrology in London for a year, and then for a further year at the Centre for Psychological Astrology in Regents College, London. She then worked for the astrology telephone lines of The Sun, News of the World and Sunday Times newspapers for over 2 years before moving from London to Tamworth in 2002. She continues to study psychological astrology, astropsychology, astrophysics, astronomy, cosmology, quantum physics and mythology.
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Topic: Lightways Part 3 Alison Chester Lambert

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Topic: Lightways Part 3 Alison Chester-Lambert

Alison Chester-Lambert chats to Ana Isabel about the way in which the Moon affects the Earth. What is gravity? Alison explains that no-one really knows, but it is the only one of Nature’s four forces that `pulls` but doesn’t push. As the Moon goes over the Earth’s surface it pulls all the water in the ocean up towards it in a big hump, which causes our tides. There is also scientific evidence to prove that the Moon affects rainfall and the path of snails! Alison talks of how the Moon affects the human nervous system, but also bends the electro magnetic force lines around the Earth, causing a pressure bulge ahead of it. The Moon’s astrological phases are also discussed, with an explanation of why it feels different to have a New Moon and Full Moon.

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