About Alex Miller
Alex Miller is a professional writer and astrologer, author of The Black Hole Book, detailing deep space points in astrological interpretation, and the forthcoming Heaven on Earth, a comprehensive study of asteroids, both mythic and personal, due in 2018. Alex is a frequent contributor to “The Mountain Astrologer”, “Daykeeper Journal”, and NCGR’s Journals and “Enews Commentary”; his work has also appeared in “Aspects” magazine, “Dell Horoscope”, “Planetwaves”, “Neptune Café” and “Sasstrology.” He is a past president of Philadelphia Astrological Society, and currently a board member for the Philadelphia Chapter of NCGR.
Alex has always pushed the boundaries of the astrological universe. His pioneering work with black holes and other deep space points began in 1991, when his progressed Sun unwittingly fell into one. First chronicling their effects in Mark Lerner’s “Welcome To Planet Earth” magazine, and later invited to join Maya del Mar’s DaykeeperJournal.com website, since 1993 Alex has amassed a huge archive of documentation of the effect of deep space points in mundane events and individual lives. Much of that data is presented in The Black Hole Book, available from Amazon.com, in both print and eBook formats.
Always intrigued by new astronomical discoveries, since 2005 Alex has been working in-depth with minor planetary bodies in the outer regions of the solar system, as well as the myriad of asteroids much closer to home. Again, with a focus on understanding and documentation, Alex has researched both Mythic- and Personal-Named Asteroids, and has been consistently astounded by how closely they resonate to their terrestrial counterparts, as played out in current events and birth charts. It’s a fascinating emerging field for astrologers, bringing specificity and individualization to an art form.
Alex is also a 10-year veteran of cat rescue work in West Philly; his memoir of that experience, “Cat O’ Nine Tales”, is available in print and ebook from from Crossroad Press and Amazon.com. He lives in West Philadelphia with his cats Ashes and Samhain, a small garden, and more seasonal decorations than are good for him.