Swiss Astrologers


  • Astrodienst
  • Astrodienst AG is located in Zollikon near Zürich in a romantic Villa close to the lake of Zürich. A team of currently eight hard working people manages the daily service and the development of new projects, together with some external partners.
    For almost 30 years, the small Swiss company Astrodienst has been developing and selling horoscopes. Astrodienst is German, meaning "Astro Service", and this is exactly what the people in this enterprise consider to be their most important task. In addition to products which can be ordered, there are many free charts and interpretations available in several languages on their website


  • Christopher Cattan
  • Christophe de Cattan (also Christofe Cattan, Christopher Cattan) was a reputed astrologer of the sixteenth century. The title page of one of his books gives him as Swiss, from Geneva.[1]
    He is known in connection with geomancy, through the 1558 La Géomancie du Seigneur Christofe de Cattan, translated as The Geomancie of Maister Christopher Cattan Gentleman.[2] This was successful also in a 1591 English translation, by Francis Sparry.


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  • Karl Ernst Krafft
  • After graduating from university in mathematics, for the best part of ten years he worked on a massive book entitled Traits of Astro-Biology. This expounded his own theory of "Typocosmy": the prediction of the future based on the study of an individual's personality, or type.[1] By the early 1930s, when Hitler had come to power, Krafft enjoyed a unique status among occultists and prophets in Germany. The National Socialists, later to become his patrons, at first posed a threat to him. Occultists, like Freemasons, were among those harassed and vilified by most National Socialists.


  • Paracelsus
  • Paracelsus (/ˌpærəˈsɛlsəs/; late 1493 – September 24, 1541), born Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim, was a Swiss German[5] philosopher, physician, botanist, astrologer, and general occultist.[6] He is credited as the founder of toxicology.[7] He is also a famous revolutionary for utilizing observations of nature, rather than referring to ancient texts, something of radical defiance during his time.[7] He is credited for giving zinc its name, calling it zincum.[8][9] Modern psychology often also credits him for being the first to note that some diseases are rooted in psychological conditions.[10]


  • Petrus Ryff
  • He was the author of several books of mathematics, astronomy, and astrology. Among the last is a prognostication for 1594.[4] However, Petrus Ryff is best remembered for continuing and publishing the Basler Chronicles his granduncle Fridolin Ryff maintained between 1514 and 1541.[5][6] After Fridolin died the chronicles were bequeathed to his daughter Magdalena, who passed them on to Petrus Ryff. He continued the chronicles from 1543–1585, and in 1585 he published the chronicles. The Basler Chroniken were edited and re-published in 1872 by the Historische und Antiquarische Gesellschaft zu Basel. They provide an invaluable source of information about the history of Basel, and that part of Europe in the 16th century.

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