Historically, the term Cosmobiology has generally been used to describe a branch of astrology that works on a scientific basis and is keyed to the natural sciences.

This term was first used by German medical astrologer Friedrich Feerhow and Swiss statistician Karl Krafft.

The term became more frequently used in English following the translation of Reinhold Ebertin’s work, which was largely based on previous work on midpoint astrology.

An important point in both Cosmobiology and Uranian Astrology, even though they differ in their techniques, is the emphasis on critical analysis and testing through measurable and observable astrological connections, This contrasts to using simple and continuous observations and predictions from historical astrological sources, such as in classical astrology, which critics commonly say is a problem for the de facto rules and traditions.

This is why Cosmobiology and Uranian Astrology are considered the most scientific branches of astrology. The use of the Aries Point with midpoints lies within these branches.

Midpoints

A midpoint is the “middle” point between two celestial bodies in the Zodiac. For example, say the Sun is at 1 degree in Aquarius and the Moon is at 23 degrees in Aquarius. This means that 12 degrees in Aquarius will be the midpoint between these two bodies. It is written like this usually: Sun/Moon = 12 dgr. Aquarius.

The Aries Point (AP)

The start of spring (the spring equinox), which astrologers call the 0-degree Aries point, is important. It is an important transition point for “the person” and “the public,” just like Moon Knots, ASC, and MC. The midpoint where the Aries point falls is the field where the energy between us and the public flows most easily. Any celestial body that falls here is therefore important.

You can also determine the subjects that are transitioning most between you and the public by calculating the midpoint for your Aries point. The Hamburg School uses a 3.5 orb, and we, as an astrology academy, also recommend this tolerance value.

Some Key Words

The Sun: Performance arts, masculine principles, leadership, openness, and independence.

The Moon: Feminine principles, mystery, and instinct.

Mercury: Mind, communication, and practicality.

Venus: Aesthetics, strategy, pleasure, and desires.

Mars: Courage, impetuous energy, sports, and masculine energy.

Jupiter: Growth, spirituality, and popularization.

Saturn: Stability, decisiveness, discipline, technology, and planning.

Uranus: Extraordinary paths, chaos, and alternatives.

Neptune: Nothingness, space, vision, and the unknown.

Pluto: Passion and control.

Chiron: Wisdom and war.

Some Examples

Diana Ross: AP =Mercury/Venus

W.D. Gann: AP =Mercury/Jupiter

Gary Kasparov: AP = Mercury/Saturn

Richard P. Feynman: AP = Mercury/Uranus

Stephen Hawking: AP = Mercury/Uranus

Hugh Hefner: AP = Mercury/Uranus

Johannes Kepler: AP = Mercury/Neptune

Socrates: AP = Mercury/Neptune

P.D. Ouspensky: AP = Mercury/Neptune

Sigmund Freud: AP = Mercury/Chiron

William Shakespeare: AP = Venus/Chiron

Rasputin: AP = Mercury/Pluto

Audrey Hepburn: AP = Moon/Venus

John Lennon: AP = Moon/Uranus

Leopold von Sacher-Masoch: AP = Mars/Chiron

Frida Kahlo: AP = Venus/Uranus

Uma Thurman: AP = Moon/Saturn

Washington D.C: AP = Mars/Saturn ve Sun/Saturn

Sean Connery: AP = Mars/Saturn

Fidel Castro: AP = Jupiter/Uranus

Albert Einstein: AP = Sun/Saturn and Jupiter/Chiron

Hugh Laurie: AP = Sun/Saturn

Kevin Richardson: AP = Jupiter/Chiron

Jan Dark: AP = Venus/Pluto

Marilyn Monroe: AP = Venus/Jupiter

Princess Diana: AP = Venus/Jupiter