Madalyn Hillis-Dineen

 

dineen2Madalyn Hillis-Dineen is an internationally-known astrologer, with nearly 30 years of experience in astrology.  She is certified as a Consulting Astrologer by the National Council for Geocosmic Research and is a certified astro*carto*graphy interpreter.  Madalyn has lectured at major astrological conferences in the United States and Canada and has been featured on radio and cable TV.  She is a contributing author to the Llewellyn anthology entitled Astrology for Women: Roles and Relationships.  Ken Irving, editor of “American Astrology” magazine gave the book rave reviews and especially noted that “…  Hillis-Dineen manages to single out some very important themes that signal a woman’s basic attitude toward relationships, dependence and independence, and her chapter is probably the most instructive example of how a modern astrologer works.”  Her writing has also been published in various astrological magazines and journals and she wrote a monthly column in Horoscope Guide magazine from 1991-1993.  She is a featured author for www.stariq.com where she has contributed articles on both celebrities and politicians.

Since August 1994, Madalyn has been the Marketing Director of Astrolabe, Inc.  Headquartered in Brewster MA on Cape Cod, Astrolabe is the world’s largest independently-owned astrological software company.  Madalyn is active in a number of astrological organizations and is the winner of the United Astrology Congress’ 1995 Regulus Award for Community Service.

She is the former Chair of the National Council for Geocosmic Research, Inc.  She is also a member of the Association for Astrological NetworkingAstrological Association of Great Britain, and the International Society for Astrological Research.  Madalyn is listed in Who’s Who in America and is a Past President of the Lower Cape Cod local chapter of Business and Professional Women/USA.

She invites you to visit her website, Cape Cod Astrologer.

You can find Madalyn’s posts under the Concordance Blog Theme: Spirit at the Crossings

The 2015 Autumnal Equinox
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