J.Lee Lehman, Ph.D.,

Triple Virgo J. Lee Lehman holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Rutgers University in Botany. Her astrological interests have included new asteroids, historical methods, heliocentric astrology, horary and homosexuality. She authored the first ephemeris of the asteroids Sappho, Eros, Toro, Amor, Pandora, Diana, Icarus, Urania, Hidalgo and Lilith.

She has published four books to date:

The books above were published by Whitford Press. Her translation of Papus' Astrology for Initiates is in press with Weiser. She has published chapters in two Llewelyn anthologies, Intimate Relationships and Sexuality in the Horoscope.
Her historical research began in 1987 through a study of the essential dignities and expanded in two ways: through an examination of classical horary technique and through a process of recovering obscured methods of Ptolemy and others. She has published many articles on classical methods.

She has founded three correspondence courses:

She was the recipient of the 1995 Marc Edmund Jones Award, the first horary astrologer so honored. For most of her astrological career, she has been an activist. She has been Research Director of the National Council for Geocosmic Research, and has been involved with the internationally acclaimed United Astrology Congress, on which she serves as Program Chair as well as Corporate Treasurer for UAC'98 and the UAC, Inc.

In 1996 Lee took out time to create her own website, put together the Election-A-Day Planner for 1997 and provide seminars in various areas around the US. In January she will be in Australia speaking at their conference.

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