Founder of conditionalist astrology, Jean-Pierre Nicola is one of the greatest discoverers and thinkers of 20th-century astrology, in the tradition of Ptolemy and Johannes Kepler. And like all discoverers, he disturbs… Entering the neptunian age (over 85 years old), Jean-Pierre Nicola gave a fascinating interview that you can find here. He talks about his long journey as a discoverer, pioneer and decipherer of conditionalist astrology.
“At the end of Neptune’s half-loop in sector X (Representation of Object Repository, in conditionalist definition), moods are of little interest. The straw that breaks the camel’s back has merit but remains a drop of water. Continuator of the first conditionalists, Ptolemy, Cardan, Kepler, and even Morin de Villefranche, by returning to observational astronomy, I put astrology back on its feet, in contact with the Earth and its gravity linked to that of all the planets; increased the span of its wings to travel (with a wing stroke to the University of Hawaii for example.), to free itself from confinement in an exclusive repository, in particular from a compartmentalized Subject in the center of a horoscope of ideograms and paper, as if the sky and the human sciences were foreign to all physics. Wings to go ahead of other knowledge (biophysics, neurobiology in particular) regain their place in universities free of any dogmatism.”