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The Marion D. March Electronic Research Library, through Kepler College, offers all serious astrologers and students the opportunity to share this invaluable resource of respected primary and secondary source material as a foundational basis for lectures, articles and books. You can gain access either as enrolling as a student at Kepler or through our agreement with ISAR.  Enrollment in the library provides you with articles and books, previous Kepler webinars, podcasts and links to resources on the web and access to the growing catalog of materials from the Alexandria iBase Project.

Throughout the astrology community there is increasing awareness of the importance of referencing our sources for material so others may reliably and intelligently build upon or challenge our assumptions. Now organizations and schools are encouraging more professionalism in preparation for lectures, workshops books and articles. Availing ourselves of appropriate historical and academic support to reference our astrological presentations will go far toward the enhanced professionalism and respect for our discipline to which we all aspire. Since the 1980’s, through the work of Lois Rodden, we have learned to document the sources and quality of our birth data. Now we must give equal diligence to providing full background information and references for our lectures and published works. The Marion D. March Electronic Library serves that need well.


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