Integrative and Traditional Astrology


We proposed to use Haumea as the first transplutonian planet in astrology and to rename it Proserpine as proposed by our predecessors (Eugene Caslant, Dane Rudyard). These authors had placed Proserpine as ruler of Taurus, our research adds that she is the diurnal ruler  of Taurus and  nocturnal ruler of Libra.  The exaltation is in Gemini.

The key words are: woman, life, desire, evolution, development, growth, multiplication, lineage, organization, cohesion, form, phallus, pregnancy, possession, materiality, conservation, sensuality.

The Uranus/Proserpine cycle shows a striking parallel with the timeline of feminism and its 4 waves.

  • Uranus: liberation, emancipation
  • Proserpine: woman
  • Uranus/Proserpine – woman’s liberation

We can only do a very brief overview here.

The conjunction of 1835 corresponds to the birth of feminism (the first wave), the opposition of 1905 to the global emergence of feminist organizations and the emergence of feminist activism (see picture below).

The conjunction of 1962 with the birth of the 2nd wave of feminism, with for example FDA approval of the contraceptive pill among others.

The 1987 square corresponds to the birth of the 3rd feminist wave with the emphasis placed on diversity within groups  and the uniqueness of each woman, in particular by a better visibility occupied by women considered to be doubly marginalized or stigmatized — women of color, Aboriginal, lesbian, prostitutes, transgender, or even fat, to name but a few.

The opposition Uranus 21 Aries and Proserpine 21 of Libra from 2016 to 2018 correspond to the beginning of the 4th wave of feminism and all the campaigns to denounce sexual abuse and harassment as well as against femicide.

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In traditional technique, establishing the prominent temperament in an individual served two major purposes. Firstly, it gave an understanding of the person’s demeanour, …Secondly, it gave the Astrologer a basis from which he could understand what imbalances were prevalent in his patient’s body and prescribe accordingly (Scott Whitters).

Our research work on somatic constitutions and temperaments has led us from enneagram to astrology. In this route the crucial step was the placement of the Bach Flowers (36) in the 36 decans. It really was the sesame that allowed to revisit the traditional astrological model from the bottom up.
Enneagram, we had already revisited it and this led to the Systemic Typology Model. The application of this model to homeopathy has allowed a considerable advancement in the diagnosis of homeopathic therapeutics.
However, the decoding of the constitution is a difficult art to practice and to teach, that is why the contribution of astrology may well be fundamental. What for?
Because the statistics we are driving allow us to have a very high probability of making a connection between the type of enneagram and the planetary dominant. We have established a rather complex algorithm to determine the planetary dominant, and the established linkages have been as follows:

• Type 1 : Mars
• Type 2 : Neptune
• Type 3 : Mercure
• Type 4 : Proserpine (Haumea)
• Type 5 : Venus
• Type 6 : Bacchus (Makemake)
• Type 7 : Jupiter
• Type 8 : Pluto
• Type 9 : Saturne et Uranus.


For now we are working on the establishment of statistical correlations. Thereafter, it will be possible from the natal theme to obtain a quotation by planet allowing to orient quickly with the help of software that we develop towards the diagnosis of the dominant types. Of course this will never be 100%, but that no method allows. On the other hand, by coupling our already well-established method of psycho-energy decoding and the planetary dominant, this will allow a great ease and reliability.