Astrology & Travel

Once people navigated by the positions of the stars. Today, astrology can serve as a kind of spiritual travel agent, telling you, for example, about destinations likely to be good & less good matches for your temperament & personality. Give it a try!

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About Astrology & Travel

Have you ever traveled somewhere and felt oddly uncomfortable (beyond battling nasty bugs and even nastier desk clerks)? Conversely, you've probably visited a strange destination and unaccountably felt at home.

With travel astrology you can look up a destination, read the analysis, then check your sun sign (and your mate’s, lover’s, friends’, kids’, business partners’) and see how they fit with your trip’s purpose: business, romance, family, recreation.

In addition to this forum for asking questions and discussing astrological issues as they relate to travel, I'm happy to draw up astrological charts and even itineraries upon request; simply email me.

For more about astrology and travel, click here.

Discussion Forum

Using astrology to plan travel this holiday season


Started by Jordan Simon Nov 5, 2021.

Who you should travel with, based on your sign

Well, this particular astrologer got me, an Aries, partly right, though my partner in travel is a Cancer: "You’re a born leader, a pioneer, and a discoverer, which means you like being active on…Continue

Started by David Paul Appell Jun 22, 2019.

Where to travel in 2018 according to your sign

AFAR just came out with this, written by an astrologer (whom, oddly, they refuse to name lol): …Continue

Started by David Paul Appell Jan 10, 2018.

Horary question - anyone able to help?

No, I don't want homework help - but I've lost something and would really appreciate horary help in finding it.It's an inexpensive WI-FI detector gizmo that I've just sold on Amazon, but I cannot…Continue

Started by Jill Wood Mar 15, 2012.

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Comment by Kat Morgenstern on September 16, 2019 at 8:47am

Is this group still active?

Comment by Sante Caribe on July 12, 2013 at 6:12am
WHAT IT IS:  Saturn, the planet of karma, responsibility, duty, and destiny, which has been retrograding for five months, will "hit a major station" (in other words, stand still from our point of view, greatly increasing its power) at 10:12
Comment by Jordan Simon on March 15, 2012 at 3:45pm

Astrocartography is quite useful in terms of overarching trends (the famous example, if I recall correctly, is JFK's Pluto midpoint went right through Dallas). My concept for astrotravel involves doing charts for destinations (they have personalities, too!), thencomparing to your own... And yes, 3/9 houses are excellent indicators. Traditionally the 3rd house rules short trips, 9th (which broadly is foreign affairs, as well as higher education, philooshy, etc) longer trips...


Jill, it IS problematic. Since most people are skeptics I suppose you could ask a prospective employee jokingly (then construct a chart or the sly). I don't think it's actionable.............

Comment by Jill Wood on March 15, 2012 at 12:53pm

The biggest problem with using astrology to 'profile' people at work, is getting the place of birth, and, more specifically, the exact time.  This is not on your average application form - and can/should an employer ask for it?  Don't get me wrong - I'm an astrology nut, but I can see this as a problem...

Comment by Kat Morgenstern on March 15, 2012 at 12:43pm

Not exactly. I use this great site:

When you register you enter your personal data, and then you can use this section (travel) to look at the distribution of your planetary lines on the astrocartography map. Then you can ponder things like current aspects to a particular planet and how that might manifest when you are actually spending time anywhere along the planet's line that is receiving the transitory aspect.

Comment by Cass Silver on March 15, 2012 at 12:25pm

I see, so you'd plug in the geographical location of your prospective destination at the prospective time of travel and compare it to the time and location of your own birth? 

Comment by Kat Morgenstern on March 13, 2012 at 5:29pm

I think house placement as well as signs play an important role - though as Jordan says, it is best to look at the whole chart. For travel, the 3rd and 9th houses are particularly relevant - 3rd house for short trips or business trips, 9th house for long distance trips. The planetary rulers of these houses and their aspects and positions would shed some light on your travel preferences and what kind of places may suit you. astrocartography may be of interest, though I can't say I have a lot of experience with it. I just like looking at where the planetary lines run through and how I have experienced those places.

Comment by Jordan Simon on March 13, 2012 at 4:56pm

Hey Cass. Absolutely, astrology relates to every aspect of life. Relationships, finances, travel. It's best to have your entire chart analyzed (the sun sign is just your basic personality blueprint, a skeletal schematic; for example your moon rules your emotional life, and that can explain why you're drawn to certain places). But even the sun sign can suggest destinations that will complement your life and lifestyle. You can even break it down according to the kind of travel: business, romantic, family, etc. Ideally, you do a chart for the destination, then compare it to yours. I'd been doing a travel horoscope for Tripatini, but got swept up in other work the past year. I'll probably revive it soon.

Comment by Cass Silver on March 13, 2012 at 4:47pm

I am beginning to be very interested in astrology, especially after the company I work for hired an astrologer as part of our new business management consulting at the start of 2012... he knew things about the dynamic between the employees that I don't think we even knew ourselves. Anyway, it was so accurate that it's aroused my curiosity to learn more about astrology... How does travel astrology work? For example I am a Scorpio... are there certain geographical locations that compliment or clash with my sign?

Comment by Kat Morgenstern on February 9, 2011 at 4:51pm
I agree that we can't look at planets in isolation. There is always a pattern going on, dynamic and ever changing. And we haven't really touched at all on the local spirit of any place to see how it may be affected by the current aspect patterns. The moving planets seem to be more descriptive of the modi operandi describing the flavour of travel rather than the destination. So you might be rihgt - with all this volatile energy - unless we have a lot of very adventurous and daring attitude, close to home might be best.



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