Founded in 1938, the American Federation of Astrologers (AFA) has members in all 50 states and 56 countries around the globe. The AFA encourages the study of all scientific methods of astrology and promotes the dissemination of astrological knowledge and understanding worldwide. Equally important is the AFA’s Code of Ethics, which promotes professionalism in the field of astrology. Membership in AFA is open to everyone – professional astrologers, amateur astrologers and those who simply enjoy or are interested in astrology. AFA’s roster includes many of the world’s most prominent astrologers and authors. (Adapted) A.F.A.
The International Society of Astrological Research (ISAR) has long been in the forefront of astrological research and education.
The National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR) is one of the world’s largest astrological organizations and is especially dedicated to education and certification.
The Association for Astrological Networking (AFAN) performs the valuable function of helping to defend astrology and astrologers against the attacks leveled against by skeptic and religious fanatics. AFAN is one of the organizations which leads in the process of making astrology professional.
AYA is committed to providing educational opportunities for anyone interested in astrology, with a focus on outreach to young adults. Embracing future generations of gifted astrologers is their passion.
The Astrological Association of Great Britain is one the premier organizations in the English-speaking astrological world. It publishes excellent journals and holds of one of the most important annual astrological conferences each year in the late summer. Although based in the UK, it is truly an international organization with membership from all over the world. Also its website is an entree into British astrology online.